## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A /cos 0. arrow really represents a uniform distribution of force per unit area on a

plane which is perpendicular to the paper. The determination of the values of a ...

**Free**-**body sketches**(a) and (6) show the forces on the planes of cut, areas A andA /cos 0. arrow really represents a uniform distribution of force per unit area on a

plane which is perpendicular to the paper. The determination of the values of a ...

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The

fixed-ended beam. However, the boundary conditions are not the same.

Deflection v is zero at each end, but slope dv/dx is not zero in general. The

junction ...

The

**free**-**body sketch**of each span, such as AB, looks very much like that of thefixed-ended beam. However, the boundary conditions are not the same.

Deflection v is zero at each end, but slope dv/dx is not zero in general. The

junction ...

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Start with d2v/dx2 = M /EI, and obtain the equilibrium equations: A. dQ/dx = q; dM

/dx = Q — P dv/dx associated with

dx) /dx; dM/dx = V associated with the

Start with d2v/dx2 = M /EI, and obtain the equilibrium equations: A. dQ/dx = q; dM

/dx = Q — P dv/dx associated with

**free**-**body sketch**(a) or B. dV/dx = q — d(N dv/dx) /dx; dM/dx = V associated with the

**free**-**body sketch**(b) Note that N = P for ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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