Clamping moment

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A clamping moment is the moment that is exerted by the environment on the mounted component via a bearing when the bearing prevents the component from rotating relative to the environment.

The clamping of a component prevents not only the rotation but also the displacement of the component in relation to the environment. Then there is a bearing force . The generic term for support force and restraint moment is the support reaction .

The support reactions on a bearing are determined using the equilibrium conditions .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Harte, Meskouris: Structures 1 . Springer ( limited preview in Google Book Search).
  2. ^ Wilhelm Kulisch: Technical mechanics for dummies . ( limited preview in Google Book search).