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Thus the new value of the dead-load

27\ \ 27 ) 4.94 in. Adding this value to the live-load

changing the original selection to a 14 WF 30 beam. Table 5-2. Beam Economy ...

Thus the new value of the dead-load

**modulus**is \Z'D zDw- w Z'D = 0.677 / 170 +27\ \ 27 ) 4.94 in. Adding this value to the live-load

**modulus**of 30 in.3 will requirechanging the original selection to a 14 WF 30 beam. Table 5-2. Beam Economy ...

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This table enables you to select rapidly the lightest shape of beam to support any

required section

lists the weight of a concrete encasement in lb/ft, and the product — for checking

...

This table enables you to select rapidly the lightest shape of beam to support any

required section

**modulus**. In addition to section**modulus**and shape, the tablelists the weight of a concrete encasement in lb/ft, and the product — for checking

...

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In one proposed method — that of the double-

formula is extended to intermediate columns stressed above the proportional limit

by replacing the constant

The ...

In one proposed method — that of the double-

**modulus**theory* — the Eulerformula is extended to intermediate columns stressed above the proportional limit

by replacing the constant

**modulus**£ by a reduced**modulus**Tj, viz., P Ev2 (11-6)The ...

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