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Shear Flow The formula developed in Art. 5-7 (page 162) for determining the

shearing stress induced by flexure can also be used to determine the shearing

stress across the

Shear Flow The formula developed in Art. 5-7 (page 162) for determining the

shearing stress induced by flexure can also be used to determine the shearing

stress across the

**flanges**of wide**flange**beams or channels or other sections.Page 477

upper

stresses are here directed leftward. Because of tension in the upper

upper

**flange**. Similarly, the compressive forces C2 and C\ developed in the lower**flange**segment required a leftward lateral shear H2, and hence the shearingstresses are here directed leftward. Because of tension in the upper

**flange**and ...Page 480

13-20, we set a moment summation about 0 equal to zero and obtain [2M0 = 0]

Ve = Hh (a) The value of the

flow- in the

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13-20, we set a moment summation about 0 equal to zero and obtain [2M0 = 0]

Ve = Hh (a) The value of the

**flange**force H is the product of the average shearflow- in the

**flange**multiplied by the length of the**flange**. Using Eq. (a) of Art. 13-7,...

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