Basically, when we want to determine the forces and displacements in a certain structure using Finite Element Analysis (FEA), what we are doing is creating a system of equations that relates the stiffness of the elements to the displacements and forces in each node. 589 more words

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#### Theory of Elasticity - Filonenko-Borodich

In this post we will see *Theory of Elasticity* by *M. Filonenko-Borodich.*

The book was translated from the Russian by Marina Konyaeva and was first puublished by PEACE PUBLISHERS MOSCOW in 1963. 692 more words

#### Robert Hooke, Micrographia (1667), and Lectures and Collections (1678)

###### The works of Robert Hooke are well preserved at St John’s College Library with the library holding copies of 17th-century publications of Hooke’s work on microscopy, observations of comets, and the proposition of his eponymous law of elasticity. 1,063 more words

#### Simple harmonic motion

**A note to my readers**

I make a conscious effort to avoid arbitrary targets – it seems nonsensical to center your appreciation of a loved one on the 14th of February, to delay making a positive change because the Gregorian calendar has not reset or to be more charitable once a year due to a festival from a religion you are not a member of. 2,069 more words

#### How long would it take to fall through the center of the Earth?

We have a hole that leads straight through the center of the Earth. We neglect air resistance and assume that the Earth has uniform density ρ. 313 more words

#### Hooke's Law Experiment (Gan Yi Xien 28940385)

# Introduction to Hooke’s Law

Hooke’s Law states that the extension of an elastic object is directly proportional to the force applied to it up to the limit of proportionality (elastic limit). 923 more words

#### Hooke's Law

Hooke’s law is basically a rule that shows the relationship between the Force of a spring and the extension of a spring. All springs have a spring constant (measure in Newtons per Metre or N/M) which tells us how many Newtons (or how much force) is needed to extend that spring ( or whatever material it is) by 1 Metre. 212 more words