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4-5 and 4-6), the net vertical unbalance (which is equal but oppositely directed to

the resisting

components. We define this net vertical unbalance as the

4-5 and 4-6), the net vertical unbalance (which is equal but oppositely directed to

the resisting

**shearing force**) would be found from the summation of their verticalcomponents. We define this net vertical unbalance as the

**shearing force**in the ...Page 151

Maximum

is 3 m from R2 when C is over R2; it is 5 m from R, when A is over R1. Evidently

the maximum reaction, and consequently the maximum

Maximum

**Shearing Force**. If all three loads are on the span, the resultant load Ris 3 m from R2 when C is over R2; it is 5 m from R, when A is over R1. Evidently

the maximum reaction, and consequently the maximum

**shearing force**, is at R2, ...Page 541

I I RV I (9) The procedure for a Z section is the same as for a channel section; the

shear flow is shown in Fig. 13-25a, and the resultant

The resultant of the two flange forces is 2H acting through the centroid of the ...

I I RV I (9) The procedure for a Z section is the same as for a channel section; the

shear flow is shown in Fig. 13-25a, and the resultant

**shear forces**in Fig. 13-25b.The resultant of the two flange forces is 2H acting through the centroid of the ...

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