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The compression flanges of beams tend to buckle horizontally sideways if the

beam is too long. This buckling is a column effect. (Columns will be discussed in

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**Illustrative Problem**528 demonstrates the necessary procedure and cautions.The compression flanges of beams tend to buckle horizontally sideways if the

beam is too long. This buckling is a column effect. (Columns will be discussed in

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The figures in the following

show how to construct the loading diagrams for the various beams.

G-l, B-2, and ...

The figures in the following

**illustrative problem**represent a small building andshow how to construct the loading diagrams for the various beams.

**ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEM**537. Determine the loading diagrams for beams B-l,G-l, B-2, and ...

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(»2-7) The use of these equations is shown in the following

15, the load P = 48 kips passes through the center of rivet B and has a slope of 4

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(»2-7) The use of these equations is shown in the following

**illustrative problem**.**ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEM**1229. On the connection of 12 rivets shown in Fig. 12-15, the load P = 48 kips passes through the center of rivet B and has a slope of 4

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allowable stresses aluminum angle area-moment assumed axes axial load beam in Fig beam loaded beam shown bending bolts cantilever beam caused centroid column components compressive stress Compute the maximum concentrated load connector cross section deformations Determine the maximum diameter elastic curve element end moments equal equivalent Euler's formula factor of safety fibers Figure flange flexure formula free-body diagram Hence Hooke's law horizontal Illustrative Problem kips lb/ft length loaded as shown main plate maximum shearing stress maximum stress method midspan deflection Mohr's circle moments of inertia neutral axis obtain plane plastic positive product of inertia proportional limit radius reaction rectangular resisting resultant rivet rotation segment shaft shear center shear diagram shearing force shown in Fig slope Solution span static steel strain tensile stress thickness three-moment equation torque torsional U.S. Customary Units uniformly distributed load vertical shear weld zero