When you want to plot the graph of deformation or compulsion, by
example of a square beam, it is easy to designate a stop on which
will be traced the curve.
But when the beam is cylindrical and there is not to stop, how
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To complete my question I have attached two images for the tube square with the
making a stop to trace the curve.
And a picture for the cylindrical tube, how can we take one stop
on a cylinder or what is the way to get the same result.
Sorry, I'm not understanding. Perhaps you could post in French so that I can attempt to translate from there, and choose my own alternative meanings?
I can't choose one stop to draw a curve.
Sur un cylindre il n'y a pas d'arrête à choisir pour faire le tracé de la courbe des déformations ou contraintes.
Google gives me "On a cylinder there is no edge to choose to draw the curve of the deformations or stresses." 'Edge' makes more sense to me than 'stop'... why doesn't my surface region idea work to split the surface, and create an edge?
Yes, it's an idea I will try this soon.
Edge is better, but I do not speak English, so I go through a translator
Automatic to read and write and I trust the results a bit too.