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4-11, from which we

M)L] MCD = 63* - 100(jc - 2.5) + 67(x - 10) = (30x-420)kN-m (/) A simpler method

of

4-11, from which we

**obtain**[V = (2 Fy)L] VCD = 63 - 100 + 67 = +30 kN (e) [M = (2M)L] MCD = 63* - 100(jc - 2.5) + 67(x - 10) = (30x-420)kN-m (/) A simpler method

of

**obtaining**MCD is to consider the forces lying to the right of section c-c as ...Page 188

Solution: This is the same beam for which we determined the general moment

equation on page 185. Applying the differential equation of the elastic curve, and

integrating twice, we

Solution: This is the same beam for which we determined the general moment

equation on page 185. Applying the differential equation of the elastic curve, and

integrating twice, we

**obtain**EI^2 = M = (500* - *?(x - 1>2 + *?(x - 4>2 + 1300<* ...Page 451

Hence we

applied to segments of length dx and integrated over the length of the bar to

cross section ...

Hence we

**obtain**1 P2L If the bar varies in cross section, this result may beapplied to segments of length dx and integrated over the length of the bar to

**obtain**Jo 2 A ** A (13-1a) Torsional Loading AE For a circular bar of constantcross section ...

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