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After you have used the

select the proper size of a beam and are thoroughly familiar with them , you may

find it convenient to use

...

After you have used the

**tables**of properties of structural shapes several times toselect the proper size of a beam and are thoroughly familiar with them , you may

find it convenient to use

**Table**5 – 2 . This**table**enables you to select rapidly the...

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. , that the moment effect of any load is some variation of the equation y = kx " .

This

**Table**6 - 1 demonstrates the truth of the second basic principle stated above , viz. , that the moment effect of any load is some variation of the equation y = kx " .

This

**table**gives data on four cantilever beams , each loaded differently with ...Page 247

at wall Loading EIO EIS MI ML2 w lb / ft ML2 w lb / ft M2 and deflection at the free

end of cantilevers under various loadings that is given in

**Table**7 - 1 . Slope and Deflection at Free End E18 - M ! ; EIA - M / Ž ; M - momentat wall Loading EIO EIS MI ML2 w lb / ft ML2 w lb / ft M2 and deflection at the free

end of cantilevers under various loadings that is given in

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List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

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TORSION | 60 |

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