Marine structures - Java applets

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Program: Ship girder applet

Location: Components ->Beams ->Ship Girder ->Ship Girder applet

Description: This applet lets you examine the global bending moment and shear force that arises in the ship girder when applying loads on a barge. Unsymmetrical loads makes the barge trim, and you can experiment with both point loads and linear distributed loads.


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Program: Plate Navier solution applet

Location: Components ->Plates ->First order plate theory ->First order plate solution methods ->Navier solution applet

Description: This applet lets you examine the analytical solution of a four edge pinned plate. Change the load to se how the displacement and the different moments change.


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Program: Plate buckling applet

Location: Components ->Plates ->Second order plate theory ->Plate Buckling ->Plate Buckling applet

Program: Plate buckling applet I

Location: Components ->Plates ->Second order plate theory ->Plate Buckling ->Plate Buckling applet I

Program: Plate buckling applet II

Location: Components ->Plates ->Second order plate theory ->Plate Buckling ->Plate Buckling applet II

Description: This applet lets you examine the analytical solution of a four edge pinned plate. Change dimensions to se how the buckling form and the critical stress changes.


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Program: 2D Finite element method applet

Location: Structural analysis ->Finite element methods ->2D Finite element method applet ->Applet

Description: This is a large applet where you can choose between several 2D models and do finite element analysis on them. Supports both triangular and quadrilateral elements. Nice plotting options give intuitive stress and displacement information, and the program has a lot of other functionality.


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Program: Pendulum dynamics programs

Location: Dynamics ->Pendulum dynamics applets

Description: A collection of applets where you can do dynamic studies of different pendulums.


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