I need a formula to calculate force required to lift/pivot a beam.
The formula should be based on weight, distances and angles.
I uploaded a sketch to illustrate the task.
Lac = Length of arm
Lab = Distance from "anker-point" to mounting point for cylinder/aktuator.
Lad = Distance from "anker-point" to mounting point for cylinder/aktuator.
F1 = Force in kN, distributed equally across the entire length of the beam.
Da = Angle #1
Db = angle #2
Dd = Angle #3
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I can do it for $20. You can add beam weight if you want. Make milestone before start of work. The work doesn't demand CAD and any other software. It's simple physics of solids. Best regards, Ivan Siahlo.
Hi. Here is the formula: F_Actuator = 1/2*F1*(Lac/Lab)/( sin(Dd)*cos(Da) + cos(Dd)*sin(Da) ) I derived it using equilibrium of moments about point A. Please message me for further discussion. Thanks.
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