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The isolated span can then be resolved into a simply supported beam carrying

the given loads , plus another beam loaded only by the end moments and

reactions . Span 2 of Fig . 8 - 9 is thus resolved into its component parts in Fig .

The isolated span can then be resolved into a simply supported beam carrying

the given loads , plus another beam loaded only by the end moments and

**couple**reactions . Span 2 of Fig . 8 - 9 is thus resolved into its component parts in Fig .

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Generalizing this discussion , we may state that the

span is given by ( 8 - 2 ) L where M , is the larger absolute value of end moment

on the span , M , is the smaller absolute value of end moment , and L is the length

...

Generalizing this discussion , we may state that the

**couple**reaction R ' on anyspan is given by ( 8 - 2 ) L where M , is the larger absolute value of end moment

on the span , M , is the smaller absolute value of end moment , and L is the length

...

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Reduction of applied this

and a bending

: a shearing force V in the plane of the cross section , and a normal force N ...

Reduction of applied this

**couple**are found as in pure forces to a single force Rand a bending

**couple**M . bending . The force R is resolved into two components: a shearing force V in the plane of the cross section , and a normal force N ...

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List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

Copyright | |

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