## Strength of Materials |

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to the elastic curve at

such beams, the deviation at either support from the

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**Midspan**Deflections In a symmetrically loaded simple beam, the tangent drawnto the elastic curve at

**midspan**is horizontal and parallel to the unloaded beam. Insuch beams, the deviation at either support from the

**midspan**tangent is equal to...

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The deviation at C from the

the actual

deviation of C from the

diagram of ...

The deviation at C from the

**midspan**tangent drawn at B is equal to 25, or twicethe actual

**midspan**deflection in Fig. 6-27a. Since we are considering thedeviation of C from the

**midspan**tangent drawn at B, we need the momentdiagram of ...

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Determine the

120 60 lb / ft w lb / ft w lb / ft 6 4 21 - 12 'R2 Ri Fig . P - 677 . Fig . P - 678 . 678 .

Determine the

Determine the

**midspan**deflection for the beam loaded as shown in Fig . P - 677 .120 60 lb / ft w lb / ft w lb / ft 6 4 21 - 12 'R2 Ri Fig . P - 677 . Fig . P - 678 . 678 .

Determine the

**midspan**value of Eld for the beam shown in Fig . P - 678 which ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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