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This problem is similar to the previous

used to express the shear and moment in the beam throughout its length. For the

segment within region AB, Fig. 6-56, we have Mo +T 2F, = 0; 1+ ZMNA = 0; ...

This problem is similar to the previous

**example**, where two x coordinates must beused to express the shear and moment in the beam throughout its length. For the

segment within region AB, Fig. 6-56, we have Mo +T 2F, = 0; 1+ ZMNA = 0; ...

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Establish the V and x axes and plot the known values of the shear at the two ends

of the beam. Since dVldx = - w, the slope of the shear diagram at any point is

equal to the (negative) intensity of the distributed loading at the point; for

, ...

Establish the V and x axes and plot the known values of the shear at the two ends

of the beam. Since dVldx = - w, the slope of the shear diagram at any point is

equal to the (negative) intensity of the distributed loading at the point; for

**example**, ...

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For

strain energy than shear strain energy, so neglecting the shear strain energy

represents an error of about 3.5%. With this in mind, Eq. 1 can be simplified to 1 t

pV ...

For

**example**, beams for which L = 5/i have more than 28 times more bendingstrain energy than shear strain energy, so neglecting the shear strain energy

represents an error of about 3.5%. With this in mind, Eq. 1 can be simplified to 1 t

pV ...

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