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Static

Load distribution determined by stiffness of individual structure load paths (statically

determinate or redundant)

Loads unaffected by mass (except self-weight) or repeated applications of external

loads.

Applicable for most maneuver cases.

Generally characterized by steady state or slowly varying loads. All these cases can be

balanced using a free body diagram.

Dynamic

Typically buffet store release, boundary layer noise (transient or rapidly repeated)

Load distribution may be affected by deformation of structure - flexible aircraft effects

Loads affected by masses of individual items of structure (or non-structural parts)

Rapidly repeated loads or transient (shock) loads may produce stresses > static

case. Amplitudes can build up with time (resonance)

Loads may be generated out of plane of applied forces due to inertia or displacement

effects.

Generally characterized by rapidly varying loads, with frequency > natural frequency of

structure.

Balance cases can only be derived by accounting for accelerations within the structure

(D'Alambert's principle of reverse effective force).

Dynamic Analysis

Host dynamic analysis is done using a simplified mathematical model representing mass,

stiffness and damping. Fundamental equation - Newton's Second Law of Motion

𝑃 =𝑚×𝑎

P= Force

M= mass

A = acceleration

In dynamic analysis it is important to use consistent units. These can be checked using

dimensional analysis with Newtons Law

𝐹𝑜𝑟𝑐𝑒 = [𝑀][𝐿][𝑇]−2

or Force (poundals) =Mass (lbs) x acceleration (feet/sec2)

or Force (lbf) = Mass (slugs)x acceleration (feet/sec2)

or Force (lbf) = Mass (mugs)x acceleration (inches/sec2)

NOTE 1. Many text book equations assume imperial units of force =lbf, weight = lbf,

time =sec, length = inches and have built in conversion factors.

unit and is equal to 1 lb. mass x the acceleration due to

gravity, g t which can vary with latitude and altitude.

3. Units of mass may be derived for any force/length/time

combination if necessary.

e.g. for force in Tons, length in inches, time in seconds.

Value of g for consistent units

Kg m sec N 9.81

Lbs ft sec pdls 32.17

Slugs ft sec lbf 32.17

mugs in sec lbf 386

Vibrating Systems

i. Free vibration i.e. F(t) = 0

ii. Forced vibration i.e. F(t) = externally applied force(steady state, step, random,

periodic)

For most structures damping (c) is small and except in the case of resonance or near (where

frequency of F(t) variation equals natural frequency of system) can be ignored.

Extra damping can be supplied to control the dynamic response.

- controls recoil

- friction, air, or elastomeric, damping controls response at resonance.

Free Vibration (with small or zero damping)

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