## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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point of maximum

the maximum (really minimum) point xm. If the 0 < x < a set is used, n RAxJ , , 2cl

U - b2 0 = _ 4- cl or x.'=-s- = L / 62V'2 L (14.4:13) Xm ~ V3 This answer is valid ...

point of maximum

**deflection**and for \v\mtx itself. The slope of the beam is zero atthe maximum (really minimum) point xm. If the 0 < x < a set is used, n RAxJ , , 2cl

U - b2 0 = _ 4- cl or x.'=-s- = L / 62V'2 L (14.4:13) Xm ~ V3 This answer is valid ...

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Use the double integration procedure, d-v/dx2 = M /EI, to find the left-hand

reaction and the

Fig. P14.8 14.9 A homogeneous, simply supported beam AB of span length L is ...

Use the double integration procedure, d-v/dx2 = M /EI, to find the left-hand

reaction and the

**deflection**curve of the beam. Draw free-body sketches to find M.Fig. P14.8 14.9 A homogeneous, simply supported beam AB of span length L is ...

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When the material is nonlinear, the orientation and the position of the neutral axis

usually will alter from one cross section to the next; the direction of the

and the pattern of stress and strain distribution will change as the load is ...

When the material is nonlinear, the orientation and the position of the neutral axis

usually will alter from one cross section to the next; the direction of the

**deflection**and the pattern of stress and strain distribution will change as the load is ...

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