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Several

on the same principles, they differ in technique and in their immediate objective.

We consider first a variation of the double-integration

Several

**methods**are available for determining beam deflections. Although basedon the same principles, they differ in technique and in their immediate objective.

We consider first a variation of the double-integration

**method**that greatly ...Page 194

r St Figure P-621 6-3 THEOREMS OF AREA-MOMENT

simple

of the moment diagram and also the moment of that area — the area-moment ...

r St Figure P-621 6-3 THEOREMS OF AREA-MOMENT

**METHOD**A useful andsimple

**method**of determining slopes and deflections in beams involves the areaof the moment diagram and also the moment of that area — the area-moment ...

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PROBLEMS Problems 653 to 665 inclusive and cases 6 through 12 in Table 6-2 (

page 233) may be assigned for solution by the conjugate-beam

DEFLECTIONS BY THE

PROBLEMS Problems 653 to 665 inclusive and cases 6 through 12 in Table 6-2 (

page 233) may be assigned for solution by the conjugate-beam

**method**. 6-9DEFLECTIONS BY THE

**METHOD**OF SUPERPOSITION In a supplementary ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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