a statically indeterminate system - like a beam fixed comletely on both ends - can be thought of as the sum of a statically determinate system with the original loads and the same system with sets of self equilibrating loads which…"
Your explanation seems logical but it gives rise to another question. In case the issue was really the effect shear deformations, then why doesn't the Maximum bending moment change with the diameter, when both ends are fixed?…"
you are right, the shear deformations cause the change in the maximum bending moment.
In the attached example the shear area in Y-direction Ay is set in a fixed relation to the moment of inertia Izz about the beams z-axis (Ay =…"
Does the beam element include the effect of shear deformations? If so, then the distribution of moments could vary with the cross section, since the stiffness depends on both moment of inertia and shear area, which will not change in the same…"
I really like your study about the hair field sway,could you share your definition of it?Or maybe you could explain it a little bit more?I want to model some something similar but I'm not a grasshopper guru as you are,so may you do me the favor? Thanks so much!