June 11, 2020 at 1:51 pmRamonRecinosSubscriber
I'm performing a "Random Vibration Analysis" and the results of the sigma 1,2,3 don't change as I a change the load in the structural analysis.
I mean, if I impose a force of 2 kN I got some sigma 1, 2 and 3 results, and when I change the force to 0.2 N I got the same results as the previous analysis.
My question is the following: If I want to know the total stress of the body under a load and under vibrations, Should I need to add both stresses: structural static + random vibration in order to get the total stress of the body?
Thanks in advance
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