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The

cautions . Lateral Deflection of Beams . The compression flanges of beams tend

to buckle horizontally sideways if the beam is too long . This buckling is a column

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The

**illustrative**example below will demonstrate the necessary procedure andcautions . Lateral Deflection of Beams . The compression flanges of beams tend

to buckle horizontally sideways if the beam is too long . This buckling is a column

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In steel construction , the same general plan is followed except that the floor

beams are usually riveted to the webs of the girders as shown in Fig . 1 - 10 (

page 15 ) . The figures in the

show ...

In steel construction , the same general plan is followed except that the floor

beams are usually riveted to the webs of the girders as shown in Fig . 1 - 10 (

page 15 ) . The figures in the

**illustrative**problem represent a small building andshow ...

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In the

geometric elements can be taken from the results of the problems in Art . A - 5 ;

these are summarized in Table A - 1 . The properties of a geometric shape that is

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In the

**illustrative**problems which follow , the values of the moments of inertia forgeometric elements can be taken from the results of the problems in Art . A - 5 ;

these are summarized in Table A - 1 . The properties of a geometric shape that is

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List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

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