
Program Description
 Calculate beam deflection for four different support/loading systems
 Use RungeKutta method to solve a LRC circuit or equivalent damped massspring problem
 Response of a 1 dof MassSpring System with damping to a sinusoidal input force
 Response of a 1dof MassSpring System with viscous damping to a periodic input force:
M X" + C X' + K X = F(t)
 Frequencies and Modes of Massspring Systems without Damping By Transfer Method
 Response of a N d.o.f. MassSpring System with Damping to a sinusoidal Force
By Transfer Matrices Method
 Frequencies and eigenmodes, masses and modal stiffnesses of a MassSpring undamped system
represented by Motion Equation: [M] . [X]" + [K] . [X] = [0].
 Response of a N d.o.f. MassSpring System with Damping to a sinusoidal Force By a Direct Method
 Step by step solution of system [M] X" + [C] X' + [K] X = F(t) By the "WilsonTheta" Method
 Resonance Frequencies of a bending beam, Modal Mass and Stiffness, Deformation modes
and Maximum Strain
 Differential equations with p variables of order 1 by RungeKutta method of order 4
(used by program pendulum)
 Calculate angular motion of an elementary Mass Pendulum
 The Bouncing Ball NEW
 EF3D: small finite elements demonstration program
 Calculate the stresses in a unidirectional layer of a composite material, knowing deformations
exx, eyy, gxy, and angle theta of fibers in x direction
 Calculate the matrix linking the stresses to deformamations in a laminated material made of
n unidirectional composite layers
 Calculate the deformations and stresses in a laminated material made of n unidirectional composite
layers, knowing the resulting imposed efforts
