By E. F. Bruhn
In my sixteen years within the Aerospace i've got infrequently come upon a extra quoted or renowned textual content with the potential exception of Roark's formulation for pressure and pressure. Bruhn is the root for many Aerospace corporation power manuals. it truly is actually the Bible of flight car research. even if, there's no index, just a cursory desk of contents. a good reference for loads of sensible formulation yet abrupt on theoretical rationalization quite often. Many instance difficulties yet back very abrupt on clarification. may have larger illustrations. For the entire above purposes Bruhn will get excessive marks as a reference yet as a textual content for studying it truly is missing; even for somebody with a history and schooling in easy rigidity research. it's nonetheless essentially the most accomplished and sensible plane structural textual content round and nonetheless a needs to learn for any flight car structural engineer.
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In what follows we apply the statements and comments introduced thus far. Let us emphasize that the net result of a couple relies on the production of a moment M (couple vector). Since M is independent of the point about which it takes place (free vector), then in practice it should be computed about a most convenient point for analysis. One may add two or more couples in a geometric way. One may also replace a force with (a) an equivalent force couple at a specified point; (b) a single equivalent force provided that F ?
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Since the polygon ABCDA is closed, points A and E are coincident, that is, A Á E. Such a situation is depicted in Fig. 12a, and the corresponding force polygon is shown in Fig. 12b. 2 Geometrical Conditions (Planar System) 39 Fig. 12 A closed polygon of four forces F1 , F2 , F3 , F4 (a) and the corresponding funicular polygon (b) (vector r is not a part of the funicular polygon but was drawn only for interpretation of a moment of force vector M D r P perpendicular to the drawing’s plane) ! ! From the figure it follows that the vectors of forces A0 B 0 D AO and E 0 O 0 D OE possess the same magnitudes and opposite senses, so they produce the moment of !
Analysis and Design of Flight Vehicles Structures by E. F. Bruhn