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  1. Hey,

     

    sorry for the late response.

     

    On 30.11.2017 at 1:47 AM, ppraf said:

    Somehow, I am not able to see the files that you have attached (if at all they are attached)

     

    Something went wrong I uploaded it again. (1mass-oscillator)

     

    On 30.11.2017 at 1:47 AM, ppraf said:

    Attached here is an example model that should help you understand how this works. You may chose to turn off the damper part by setting it to Linear = 0.0

     

    Thank you for your example it helped a lot.

     

    On 30.11.2017 at 1:47 AM, ppraf said:

    This results in the function DM(i, j) which tracks the magnitude of the distance of the 2 end markers of the spring. Note that this function does not give you the exact  deflection in the spring. To get that one has to subtract the initial length of the spring.

     

    This advice also helped a lot.

     

    On 30.11.2017 at 1:47 AM, ppraf said:

    When the spring damper is linear, one provides a constant value as stiffness which is the slope of the Force - Deflection curve.

     

    I think I got this right.The right picture desrcibes the slope of the force-deflection curve. 

     

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    On 30.11.2017 at 1:47 AM, ppraf said:

    When defining it as a non-linear entity, now the spring damper actually works as a action reaction force (single component). So the curve should represent Force deflection curve.

     

    I didn't understand this part for the non-linear case. How do I need to define my curve for the non-linear case? Same as the linear case?

     

    I have attached my current files. (Nicht_linear_Steifigkeit3.rar)

     

    Thank you 

    1mass_oscillator.rar

    Nicht_linear_Steifigkeit3.rar


  2. Hello there,

     

    I need some advice for defining the stiffness of a spring damper element with a curve. My task is to model a 1 mass oscillator with a non-linear stiffness. But first of all I want to understand how to define a stiffness through a curve. So I tried to model a linear stiffness through the curve and verify it with the regular linear simulation.

     

    My questions are:

    1. Can anybody tell me what I have done wrong with my curve definition?
    2. I defined a sinusodial force with +/- 10kN but the mass is just swinging in the negative area?
    3. Can anybody specify what the independent variable is? What do I have to put there when my curve is defined as force over displacement?

     

    I have attached my files.

     

    I appreciate every help :)

     

     

     

     

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