## Strength of Materials |

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and become increasingly larger negatively , the moment

correspondingly more steeply down to the right . These conditions establish a

maximum moment at the ordinate of zero

moment ...

and become increasingly larger negatively , the moment

**diagram**slopescorrespondingly more steeply down to the right . These conditions establish a

maximum moment at the ordinate of zero

**shear**. The changes in**shear**( AV ) andmoment ...

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useful check on the accuracy of all intermediate values of bending moments

computed from the area of a

plotted as ordinates , the shape of the moment diagram connecting them is

determined ...

useful check on the accuracy of all intermediate values of bending moments

computed from the area of a

**shear diagram**. After these bending moments areplotted as ordinates , the shape of the moment diagram connecting them is

determined ...

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... i . e . , the change in bending moment between any two sections equals the

corresponding area of the

area of the

... i . e . , the change in bending moment between any two sections equals the

corresponding area of the

**shear diagram**. For example , between B and C , thearea of the

**shear diagram**is a rectangle and equals AM = - 300 X 1 = - 300 ft - lb .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

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