## Strength of materials |

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In parts (a) and (b), external vertical shear V is down; in parts (c) and (d), external

V is up. ... 13-8

members that have only one axis of symmetry, the loading being such as to ...

In parts (a) and (b), external vertical shear V is down; in parts (c) and (d), external

V is up. ... 13-8

**SHEAR CENTER**We are now ready to consider the bending ofmembers that have only one axis of symmetry, the loading being such as to ...

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We conclude that the

section. In general, the

symmetry, if they exist. For an unequal flanged H section with relatively thin ...

We conclude that the

**shear center**coincides with the centroid of the wide-flangesection. In general, the

**shear center**is located at the intersection of two axes ofsymmetry, if they exist. For an unequal flanged H section with relatively thin ...

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If the vertical shear on the section shown in Fig. P-1326 is 3600 lb, construct a

shear flow diagram and locate the

8 in. Figure P-1326 1327. If the vertical shear on the section shown in Fig. P-1327

...

If the vertical shear on the section shown in Fig. P-1326 is 3600 lb, construct a

shear flow diagram and locate the

**shear center**. 2 in. — l| L —4 in. H -( = 0.10 in.8 in. Figure P-1326 1327. If the vertical shear on the section shown in Fig. P-1327

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