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Doctor Nisith Bairagi

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From: Uttarpara, West Bengal, India
Registered: 3/2/13
Springs in Series: using Spring Function and Antimatrix Table
Posted: May 12, 2013 2:00 PM
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Dear Readers,
I am presenting the Spring Function and Antimatrix Table for determining the stiffnesses (K<1>, K<2>, K<3>,,,,K<n>), of a n-number of linear elastic springs (two or more), connected in series, as the replacement of a single spring of known stiffness K, in a very simple and easy way,using trial and error method, and thus eliminating any tediousness encountered in other methods. This is identified as Reverse problem.

The entire topic is in the ATTACHMENT.

Thanks to all.

Doctor Nisith Bairagi
Uttarpara,West Bengal, India
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