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Lesson 6 - Solving problems of statics
Internal and external loads
Regarding to the specific mechanical system, all loads can be divided into two groups: internal and external. As mentioned in lesson 3, solving of mechanical problem starts from mentally isolating mechanical system from the outer world, and replacing impacts from the surrounding bodies on our system with forces and torques. By "mechanical system" are meant a single body or a group of bodies, which are somehow interacting with the outer world.
Lesson 5 - Equilibrium and reactions
Equilibrium is a core concept of statics. Equilibrium of the body means that body is in the rest state relative to surrounding bodies. In other words, the body is static in some desired coordinate system. For instance, your house is in rest state (in equilibrium state) relative to the earth. The house isn't moving anywhere despite a set of forces is applied to him: gravity, background friction force, pressure of the fallen tree above the roof:
Lesson 4 - adding forces, reducing a system of forces to a center
Now you know that force is a vector quantity (as well as Torque). Several forces can be applied to mechanical system and it's usually a good step to simplify the system of forces, reducing them to one resulting force and one resulting torque. In order to do that we have to find a geometrical sum of force vectors.
The system of four forces applied to the airplane:
- Thrust force Ft
- Gravity force Fg
- air Drag force Fd
- air Lift force Fl
Lesson 3 - Force and Torque
As you already know, the subject of mechanics is mechanical interaction between bodies. This interaction needs to be evaluated and measured somehow, since it has some intensity, area of application, direction. For this purpose the concept of "Force" is introduced. Force is a measure of power interaction between the bodies. This interaction occurs when bodies come in contact with each other.
Force is represented with a vector. This means, it has a magnitude (length), direction, line of impact and application point.
Lesson 2 - Material Point and Rigid Body
In order to simplify calculations in classical mechanics, real bodies are being substituted with their simplified models. Such models are Material Point and Rigid Body. All equations are based on these models. When you have a real object you need to simulate, you have to choose an appropriate model for it. There are no strict rules on how to do that, you just need to desire what model is most suitable for your case.