 ## Statics

#### Calculates loads and torques for a number of different load cases.

Input Result
Static case
Length L=
Distance a=
Elasticity module E=
Moment of inertia I=
Support force RA= N
Support force RB= N
Support torque MA= Nm
Support torque MB= Nm
Field torque Mmax= Nm
Deflections γmax= m

### Static case with point load

Input Result
Statik case
Length L=
Distance a=
Elasticity module E=
Moment of inertia I=
Support force RA= N
Support force RB= N
Support torque MA= Nm
Support torque MB= Nm
Field torque Mmax= Nm
Deflections γmax= m

### Static case with torque

Input Result
Statik case
Torque M=
Length L=
Distance a=
Elasticity module E=
Moment of inertia I=
Support force RA= N
Support force RB= N
Support torque MA= Nm
Support torque MB= Nm
Field torque Mmax= Nm
Deflections γmax= m

### Explanations

Case 1: Case 2: Case 3:        Case 1: Case 2: Case 3:     ### Torque case

Case 1: Case 2: Case 3:    ### Elasticity module

The modulus of elasticity is a material-dependent variable that shows the relationship between mechanical stress and deformation. Also goes by the name Young's module.

Refers to an evenly distributed load of the beam.

### Length

The length of the current beam.

### Distance

Refers to the distance on the beam where the calculation is performed.

If a load which affects the beam at a point.

### Deflections

Refers to how much the beam bend down at the load.

### Field torque

The maximum torque occurring on the beam.

### Support torque

The moment resulting by the respective support.

### Moment of inertia

The moment of inertia is a measure of how much the size of the torque required to turn the body around an axis.

### Formula

RA RB MA MB Mmax ymax
Widespread 1:    Widespread 2:    Widespread 3:    Widespread 4:   Widespread 5:     Widespread 6:      Widespread 7:    Widespread 8:     Point 1:    Point 2:    Point 3:    Point 4:      Point 5:      Torque 1:   Torque 2:      Torque 3:    Torque 4:    