## Strength of Materials |

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The

qualitatively to determine where tension and compression are in a beam.

Exaggerated

normal stresses ...

The

**deflections**of beams are of interest for two reasons. They can be usedqualitatively to determine where tension and compression are in a beam.

Exaggerated

**deflection**curves can be used to visualize the locations of thesenormal stresses ...

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y> and y'm = /> at i = o In words, approaching the point x = a from the left or from

the right, one finds the same

The new boundary conditions are sufficient to evaluate the remaining constants.

y> and y'm = /> at i = o In words, approaching the point x = a from the left or from

the right, one finds the same

**deflection**and the same slope in both approaches.The new boundary conditions are sufficient to evaluate the remaining constants.

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STATICALLY INDETERMINATE BEAMS EXAMPLE 10-4 A cantilever beam

under uniformly distributed loading deflects as in Fig. 10-3a. This beam is

statically determinate. Next, the free end of the beam is jacked up so that its final

STATICALLY INDETERMINATE BEAMS EXAMPLE 10-4 A cantilever beam

under uniformly distributed loading deflects as in Fig. 10-3a. This beam is

statically determinate. Next, the free end of the beam is jacked up so that its final

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