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Three-dimensional vibration analysis of a uniform beam with offset inertial masses at the ends
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|Other titles||Three dimensional vibration analysis of a uniform beam with offset inertial masses at the ends|
|Statement||Daniel K. Robertson.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 86393|
|Contributions||Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
The torsion balance consisted of two proof masses hung at different heights from a horizontal beam suspended by a fine filament. If the force of gravity, acting on the proof masses, is not the same (which means there is a gravity gradient around), this . shear forces due to distributed load between the offset ends M1, M2: moments due to distributed load between the offset ends V3, V4: shear forces due to distributed load between the offset ends and the nodal points (a) Beam member ANALYSIS FOR CIVIL STRUCTURES Story Level LR zone in which load is converted into shear force only at the top.
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