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concentrated load P and is held in ... 4-5 and 4-6), the net

which is equal but oppositely directed to the resisting

found ...

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**SHEAR**AND MOMENT Figure 4-3a shows a simple beam that carries aconcentrated load P and is held in ... 4-5 and 4-6), the net

**vertical**unbalance (which is equal but oppositely directed to the resisting

**shearing**force) would befound ...

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Shear Flow If the shearing stress t is multiplied by the width b, we obtain a

quantity q, known as shear flow, which ... Relation Between Horizontal and

Shear Flow If the shearing stress t is multiplied by the width b, we obtain a

quantity q, known as shear flow, which ... Relation Between Horizontal and

**Vertical Shearing**Stresses Most students are surprised to find the term**vertical****shear**(V) ...Page 169

The average shear stress in the web therefore is rm = 1240 + 233 = 1473 psi The

shearing force in the web is [P ... If it is assumed that the total

carried by the web alone, the average shearing stress in the web will be very

close ...

The average shear stress in the web therefore is rm = 1240 + 233 = 1473 psi The

shearing force in the web is [P ... If it is assumed that the total

**vertical shear**iscarried by the web alone, the average shearing stress in the web will be very

close ...

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