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F2 f A N forces acting on the

equilibrium of a free-body diagram of either segment. In general, the intemal

forces reduce to a force and a couple which, for convenience, are resolved into ...

F2 f A N forces acting on the

**exploratory section**that are necessary to maintainequilibrium of a free-body diagram of either segment. In general, the intemal

forces reduce to a force and a couple which, for convenience, are resolved into ...

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From the preceding discussion, it is evident that the internal effect of a given

loading depends upon the selection and orientation of the

particular, if the loading acts in one plane, say the X Y plane as is frequently the

case ...

From the preceding discussion, it is evident that the internal effect of a given

loading depends upon the selection and orientation of the

**exploratory section**. Inparticular, if the loading acts in one plane, say the X Y plane as is frequently the

case ...

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Remember that the subscripts L and R refer to the beam segment lying

respectively to the left and right of the

PROBLEM 401. Write shear and moment equations for the beam loaded as

shown in Fig. 4-10a ...

Remember that the subscripts L and R refer to the beam segment lying

respectively to the left and right of the

**exploratory section**. ILLUSTRATIVEPROBLEM 401. Write shear and moment equations for the beam loaded as

shown in Fig. 4-10a ...

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