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To satisfy 2F = 0, the

section a-a to create a resisting force. This is shown as Vr, and is called the

resisting

if ...

To satisfy 2F = 0, the

**vertical**unbalance caused by Ri requires the fibers insection a-a to create a resisting force. This is shown as Vr, and is called the

resisting

**shearing**force. For the loading shown, VT is numerically equal to Ri; butif ...

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Hence, as is shown in the composite figure (e), the effect of the loads at one side

of an exploratory section reduces to a system of forces whose vertical summation

is the

Hence, as is shown in the composite figure (e), the effect of the loads at one side

of an exploratory section reduces to a system of forces whose vertical summation

is the

**vertical shear**and a system of couples whose algebraic summation is the ...Page 164

that forms the resisting

deriving ...

**vertical shearing**stress. It is this**vertical shearing**stress S,v, shown in Fig. 5-23,that forms the resisting

**vertical shear**Vr = fS, dA which balances the**vertical****shear**V. Since it is not feasible to determine S,v directly, we have resorted toderiving ...

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