## Strength of Materials |

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A restrained beam 20

the left end, and another concentrated load of 12 kips at 8 ft from the right end.

Select the lightest WF beam that will support these loads without exceeding a

flexural ...

A restrained beam 20

**ft long**supports a concentrated load of 8 kips at 6 ft fromthe left end, and another concentrated load of 12 kips at 8 ft from the right end.

Select the lightest WF beam that will support these loads without exceeding a

flexural ...

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The first span of a simply supported continuous beam is 20

span is 16

uniformly distributed load of 180 lb/ft, and over the third span there is a uniformly

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The first span of a simply supported continuous beam is 20

**ft long**, the secondspan is 16

**ft long**, and the third span is 20**ft long**. Over the first span there is auniformly distributed load of 180 lb/ft, and over the third span there is a uniformly

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A steel pipe 8

sign whose center of gravity is 2 ft from the axis of the pipe. Determine the

maximum weight of the sign; use the AISC formula and Eq. (11-22), with Sb =

18,000 ...

A steel pipe 8

**ft long**, built in at its lower end and free at its upper end, supports asign whose center of gravity is 2 ft from the axis of the pipe. Determine the

maximum weight of the sign; use the AISC formula and Eq. (11-22), with Sb =

18,000 ...

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