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The horizontal beam is

shown. Determine the vertical reactions at the supports. Each support consists of

a wooden post having a diameter of 120 mm and an unloaded (original) length of

1 ...

The horizontal beam is

**assumed**to be rigid and supports the distributed loadshown. Determine the vertical reactions at the supports. Each support consists of

a wooden post having a diameter of 120 mm and an unloaded (original) length of

1 ...

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As shown in Fig. l-\9d, this component, like the shear stress, is approximately

zero throughout the thickness of the element since the walls are

thin and the top and bottom surfaces of the element are free of stress. To

summarize ...

As shown in Fig. l-\9d, this component, like the shear stress, is approximately

zero throughout the thickness of the element since the walls are

**assumed**to bethin and the top and bottom surfaces of the element are free of stress. To

summarize ...

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Determine the critical buckling load for the column. The material can be

rigid. Prob. 13-1 13-2. The leg in (a) acts as a column and can be modeled (b) by

the two pin-connected members that are attached to a torsional spring having a ...

Determine the critical buckling load for the column. The material can be

**assumed**rigid. Prob. 13-1 13-2. The leg in (a) acts as a column and can be modeled (b) by

the two pin-connected members that are attached to a torsional spring having a ...

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