net.cercis.jstruct.input
Class MateCalc

java.lang.Object
  extended bynet.cercis.jstruct.input.MateCalc

public class MateCalc
extends java.lang.Object

MateCalc Object. This object stores the information of the materials of the model that is going to be calculated


Constructor Summary
MateCalc(int id, float E, float A, float I)
          Class Constructor where the final values are stored
 
Method Summary
 float A()
          Returns the value of the Area
 float E()
          Returns the value of the Elastic modulus
 float EA()
          Returns the value of the product Elastic modulus x Area
 float EI()
          Returns the value of the product Elastic modulus x Inertia
 float I()
          Returns the value of the Inertia
 int id()
          Returns the value of the identifier
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

MateCalc

public MateCalc(int id,
                float E,
                float A,
                float I)
Class Constructor where the final values are stored

Parameters:
id - Integer number identifier of the node
E - Float number storing the Elastic Modulus value
A - Float number storing the Area value
I - Float number storing the Inertia value
Method Detail

id

public int id()
Returns the value of the identifier

Returns:
Integer number with the value of the identifier

E

public float E()
Returns the value of the Elastic modulus

Returns:
Float number with the value of the elastic modulus

A

public float A()
Returns the value of the Area

Returns:
Float number with the value of the area

I

public float I()
Returns the value of the Inertia

Returns:
Float number with the value of the Inertia

EA

public float EA()
Returns the value of the product Elastic modulus x Area

Returns:
Float number with the value of the product Elastic modulus x Area

EI

public float EI()
Returns the value of the product Elastic modulus x Inertia

Returns:
Float number with the value of the product Elastic modulus x Inertia