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Hi
I have issues trying to plot the Moment and Shear Force diagram of the following case. Any help is highly appreciated! 🙂
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Here is a simpler workaround which does not modify your definition of V(x).
Actually you don't have to split the integral at x=L/2. Any position lower than x=9.52m would work OK.
Maybe this will help:
Horst Werkle; Horst Werkle; Silke Michaelsen; Wolfgang Francke; Heiko Denk; Fabian Gerold; Günter Lumpe; Gunnar Möller; Günter Schulz:
Mathcad in structural engineering
2012, ISBN: 9783834882387
It is written in German and contains a CD.
Here is a worksheet that can help you.
Thank you, but I don't want to derive the moment and the shear force diagram since I already know the functions. I want help with the plot.
Then attach your Prime worksheet with a clear description of your problem, and state which version of Prime you are using.
success!
Luc
I have managed to plot the shear force diagram but still need help with the moment diagram.
I am using Prime version 7.0.
File attached. Thanks for any help.
Something like this?
Can't explain the strange effect for x > 9,52 m. Changing the value of the system variable TOL to get a more precise numerical integration did not help.
Here is a clumsy workaround which should not be necessary
Don't have P7 installed, attached worksheet is in P9 format
Here is a simpler workaround which does not modify your definition of V(x).
Actually you don't have to split the integral at x=L/2. Any position lower than x=9.52m would work OK.
Thank you! 😀 That was exactly what I was looking for!