## Engineering Mechanics of Materials4. 2 Solid Circular Shafts-Angle of Twist and Shearing Stresses 159 4. 3 Hollow Circular Shafts-Angle of Twist and Shearing Stresses 166 4. 4 Principal Stresses and Strains Associated with Torsion 173 4. 5 Analytical and Experimental Solutions for Torsion of Members of Noncircular Cross Sections 179 4. 6 Shearing Stress-Strain Properties 188 *4. 7 Computer Applications 195 5 Stresses in Beams 198 5. 1 Introduction 198 5. 2 Review of Properties of Areas 198 5. 3 Flexural Stresses due to Symmetric Bending of Beams 211 5. 4 Shear Stresses in Symmetrically Loaded Beams 230 *5. 5 Flexural Stresses due to Unsymmetric Bending of Beams 248 *5. 6 Computer Applications 258 Deflections of Beams 265 I 6. 1 Introduction 265 6. 2 Moment-Curvature Relationship 266 6. 3 Beam Deflections-Two Successive Integrations 268 6. 4 Derivatives of the Elastic Curve Equation and Their Physical Significance 280 6. 5 Beam Deflections-The Method of Superposition 290 6. 6 Construction of Moment Diagrams by Cantilever Parts 299 6. 7 Beam Deflections-The Area-Moment Method 302 *6. 8 Beam Deflections-Singularity Functions 319 *6. 9 Beam Deflections-Castigliano's Second Theorem 324 *6. 10 Computer Applications 332 7 Combined Stresses and Theories of Failure 336 7. 1 Introduction 336 7. 2 Axial and Torsional Stresses 336 Axial and Flexural Stresses 342 7. 3 Torsional and Flexural Stresses 352 7. 4 7. 5 Torsional, Flexural, and Axial Stresses 358 *7. 6 Theories of Failure 365 Computer Applications 378 *7. |

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24 An airplane wing may be analyzed as a

P6 . 24 . The upward loading is regarded as negative and is given by x 1 / 2 W = -

Wil Use the method of this section to find the deflection of the free end B of this ...

24 An airplane wing may be analyzed as a

**cantilever beam**as indicated in Fig .P6 . 24 . The upward loading is regarded as negative and is given by x 1 / 2 W = -

Wil Use the method of this section to find the deflection of the free end B of this ...

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This method for construction of moment diagrams considers the original beam to

be replaced by a series of

applied forces and reactions of the original beam . Each cantilever is loaded by a

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This method for construction of moment diagrams considers the original beam to

be replaced by a series of

**cantilever beams**that are loaded by the system ofapplied forces and reactions of the original beam . Each cantilever is loaded by a

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3 ) A

fixed at its right end . It is subjected to a linearly varying downward load that

varies from an intensity of zero at its left end to an intensity w at its right end .

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3 ) A

**cantilever beam**of length L and flexural rigidity El is free at its left end andfixed at its right end . It is subjected to a linearly varying downward load that

varies from an intensity of zero at its left end to an intensity w at its right end .

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