cantilever beam


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can·ti·le·ver beam

in dentistry, a beam that is supported by only one fixed support at only one of its ends.

can·ti·le·ver beam

(kanti-lē-vĕr bēm)
In dentistry, beam supported by only one fixed support at only one of its ends.
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Vibration analysis of a cracked cantilever beam under moving mass loads has been investigated in the present paper.
ii) Satisfying the boundary conditions W(0) = W'(0) = W"(1) = W'"(1) = 0 for the cantilever beam, we get
Assuming that a cantilever beam is subject to uniform loads by empty weight, Young's modulus (E) is obtained from the following formula.
Both the cantilever beam and the CD tip deflect under bending moments.
An inertial shaker placed on the excitation table is used to excite the cantilever beam in vertical direction.
the DWNT is constrained in the same manner as in axial loading, forming a cantilever beam and loaded with torsional moment M = 5 nNnm (Fig.
The major failures of D-log walls subjected to lateral loads are shown to occur at the lower portion of the wall on the same side as the load application and act as a deformed cantilever beam.
A snap joint [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] between two plastic parts is a common type of lock pair, which consists of a cantilever beam with a projecting bead at its free end as a locking feature.
Uni Patch's military-grade switching mechanism features gold-plated long cantilever beam springs and grade FR-4 printed circuit boards for reliability.
A mechatronic device used as tuneable passive viscous damper was designed, manufactured and evaluated in experimental terms by means of a computer assisted bench-test based on a cantilever beam.