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Members that are slender and support loadings that are applied perpendicular to

their longitudinal axis are called

having a constant cross-sectional area. Often they are classified as to how they ...

Members that are slender and support loadings that are applied perpendicular to

their longitudinal axis are called

**beams**. In general,**beams**are long, straight barshaving a constant cross-sectional area. Often they are classified as to how they ...

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bottom or top, Fig. 6-38a, or more commonly, concrete

steel ...

**Beams**constructed of two or more different materials are referred to as composite**beams**. Examples include those made of wood with straps of steel used at thebottom or top, Fig. 6-38a, or more commonly, concrete

**beams**reinforced withsteel ...

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11.3 we developed a method for determining the dimensions of the cross section

of a prismatic

Since the moment in the

11.3 we developed a method for determining the dimensions of the cross section

of a prismatic

**beam**so that it resists the maximum moment, Mmax, within its span.Since the moment in the

**beam**generally varies over the**beam's**length, the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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