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Electric circuit analogies for elastic structures.

Richard H. MacNeal

Electric circuit analogies for elastic structures.

by Richard H. MacNeal

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Structural analysis (Engineering) -- Electromechanical analogies.,
  • Aeroelasticity -- Electromechanical analogies.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 252-255.

    SeriesAirplane, missile, and spacecraft structures,, v. 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTG260 .M173
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 262 p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5855881M
    LC Control Number62017465
    OCLC/WorldCa1624646

    Keywords: analogies, electric, gravity, field, potential, force. PACS codes: Gb, , Abstract: Familiar gravitational phenomena and conceptual analogies are useful in explaining those introductory electrical concepts associated with field theory since the electrical ideas are unfamiliar, abstract and difficult to visualize. Electricity is an analogy that provides a way of helping students develop a real understanding of simple electric circuits. This interactive resource is provided by the Association for Science Education (ASE). Aspects of simple electric circuits (such as cells, bulbs, charge, energy) are represented as parts of a bakery/supermarket analogy (bakery, supermarket, delivery van, .

    A water flow analogy is classic and quite good a long way into electric circuit understanding. Think of water flowing in a pipe system. This is somewhat hard to adjust into the AC-area, tough, but worth a mention for DC and a good starting point. Analogies for some definitions: Charge \$[\mathrm{C}]\$ \$\longrightarrow\$ Amount of water. Teaching and Learning with Analogies. This book contains much of what has been learnt through this research. Its of teachers to use it to explain all the features of an electric circuit.

    Anti-collapse schemes, including selective member removal (normally held to be detrimental to structural integrity), are then presented. In the second part of the paper, analogies are drawn between trusses and electrical circuits. It is shown that truss material stiffness is analogous to conductivity, not resistivity, in the circuit. n A circuit is a closed path in which a current can exist. o Circuit components may be connected in series or in parallel. Special Notes: Water Analogy to Electric Circuits is a kit available from the CIPT Equipment Lending Library, It is also available commercially from West Hill Biological Resources, Inc.,File Size: KB.


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