# Source code for gemseo_umdo.use_cases.beam_model.core.variables

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"""Some variables of the GEMSEO-free version of the beam use case."""
from __future__ import annotations
from typing import NamedTuple
[docs]class Variable(NamedTuple):
"""A variable of the beam use case."""
name: str
"""The name of the variable."""
value: float | None = None
"""The default value of the variable."""
b = Variable("b", 500.0)
"""The width of the beam."""
h = Variable("h", 800.0)
"""The height of the beam."""
t = Variable("t", 2.5)
"""The thickness of the beam."""
L = Variable("L", 5000.0)
"""The length of the beam."""
E = Variable("E", 73500.0)
"""The Young's modulus of the material."""
F = Variable("F", -200000.0)
"""The load applied to a point at the tip of the beam."""
alpha = Variable("alpha", 0.0)
r"""The angle between $-\vec{e}_z$ and $\vec{F}$ in $xy$-plane."""
beta = Variable("beta", 0.0)
r"""The angle between $-\vec{e}_z$ and $\vec{F}$ in $yz$-plane."""
dy = Variable("dy", 0.0)
r"""The $y$-coordinate of the point where the force is applied."""
dz = Variable("dz", 0.0)
r"""The $z$-coordinate of the point where the force is applied."""
rho = Variable("rho", 2.8e-6)
"""The density of the material."""
nu = Variable("nu", 0.33)
"""The Poisson's ratio."""
sigma_all = Variable("sigma_all", 300.0)
"""A constant used by the stress constraints."""