## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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7.30

4 except for the corner bars, which are ^ in.2 (Actual

PROBLEMS OF ACTUAL

ROTATION ...

7.30

**Beam**simulation by assemblage. All bars of the 13-bar assemblage are 1 in.4 except for the corner bars, which are ^ in.2 (Actual

**beam**A = 11 in.2) 7.8 /PROBLEMS OF ACTUAL

**BEAMS**IN PURE BENDING OR ENFORCEDROTATION ...

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The material of the

When the extreme fiber stress (the maximum stress) just reaches a0, find the

moments 1. Mj 2. My* about the coordinate axes. B. When the

fully ...

The material of the

**beam**is elastic-perfectly plastic, with yield stress <70. A.When the extreme fiber stress (the maximum stress) just reaches a0, find the

moments 1. Mj 2. My* about the coordinate axes. B. When the

**beam**is essentiallyfully ...

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348-352 propped cantilever, 342 sandwich, 356 simply supported, 331 slope,

332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate, 334, 341-345 ...

**Beam**, as one-dimensional continuum, 331 overhanging, 334 at plastic limit load,348-352 propped cantilever, 342 sandwich, 356 simply supported, 331 slope,

332 statically determinate, 334, 338-341 statically indeterminate, 334, 341-345 ...

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