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and Vz to identify their directions. M„ Torque. This component measures the

resistance to twisting the member and is commonly given the symbol T. Mxy, Mxz

...

The

**resultant**shear force is usually designated by V, and its components by Vyand Vz to identify their directions. M„ Torque. This component measures the

resistance to twisting the member and is commonly given the symbol T. Mxy, Mxz

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Equation (4-7) may be expressed in terms of the following rule: The bending

moment under a particular load is a maximum when the center of the beam is

midway between that load and the

this rule ...

Equation (4-7) may be expressed in terms of the following rule: The bending

moment under a particular load is a maximum when the center of the beam is

midway between that load and the

**resultant**of all loads then on the span. Withthis rule ...

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A comparison of the preceding results shows that the most dangerous bending

moment is 1 56 kN • m, occurring under C when only loads B and C are on the

span. Maximum Shearing Force. If all three loads are on the span, the

load ...

A comparison of the preceding results shows that the most dangerous bending

moment is 1 56 kN • m, occurring under C when only loads B and C are on the

span. Maximum Shearing Force. If all three loads are on the span, the

**resultant**load ...

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