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allowable stresses angle area-moment method assumed axes Beam loaded beam shown bending bolt cantilever beam caused centroidal axis CM CM column compressive stress Compute the maximum concentrated load continuous beam cross-section deflection deformation Determine the maximum diameter elastic curve end moments equal equivalent Euler's formula factor of safety fibers flange flexural stress flexure formula free-body diagram ft long ft-lb Hence Hooke's law horizontal ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEMS lb/ft length loaded as shown main plate maximum shearing stress maximum stress midspan modulus Mohr's circle moments of inertia neutral axis obtain plane positive Prob product of inertia proportional limit radius radius of gyration reaction resisting restrained beam resultant shaft shear center shear diagram shearing force shown in Fig simply supported slope Solution span static steel strain tensile stress three-moment equation torque torsional uniformly distributed load vertical shear weld whence
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