## Strength of Materials |

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Thus between A and B , the load intensity is

) ; hence the slope of the shear diagram in this interval is

the right . Similarly , between B and C , the load intensity is

Thus between A and B , the load intensity is

**constant**and downward ( or negative) ; hence the slope of the shear diagram in this interval is

**constant**and down tothe right . Similarly , between B and C , the load intensity is

**constant**and ...Page 115

... become increasingly steeper downward to the right until the steepest slope is

reached at section B . Between B and C , the shear stays

slope of the moment curve is

...

... become increasingly steeper downward to the right until the steepest slope is

reached at section B . Between B and C , the shear stays

**constant**; therefore theslope of the moment curve is

**constant**, being represented by the straight line that...

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The product El , called the flexural rigidity of the beam , is usually

the beam . The approximations we have made do not seriously invalidate Eq . ( 6

- 1 ) , for if we replace – by its exact value as found in any calculus text , we ...

The product El , called the flexural rigidity of the beam , is usually

**constant**alongthe beam . The approximations we have made do not seriously invalidate Eq . ( 6

- 1 ) , for if we replace – by its exact value as found in any calculus text , we ...

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

Copyright | |

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