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PROBLEMS. 11-33. Determine the variation in the depth of a cantilevered beam

that supports a concentrated force P at its end so that it has a

bending stress aMow throughout its length. The beam has a

PROBLEMS. 11-33. Determine the variation in the depth of a cantilevered beam

that supports a concentrated force P at its end so that it has a

**constant**maximumbending stress aMow throughout its length. The beam has a

**constant**width b0.Page 608

The shaft is supported at A by a journal bearing that exerts only vertical reactions

on the shaft, and at C by a thrust bearing that exerts horizontal and vertical

reactions on the shaft. Determine the equation of the elastic curve. EI is

rk **' ...

The shaft is supported at A by a journal bearing that exerts only vertical reactions

on the shaft, and at C by a thrust bearing that exerts horizontal and vertical

reactions on the shaft. Determine the equation of the elastic curve. EI is

**constant**.rk **' ...

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R. C. Hibbeler. 12-130. Determine the reactions at the supports A and B. EI is 12-

134. Determine the reactions at the supports A and B, then

shear and moment diagrams. EI is

...

R. C. Hibbeler. 12-130. Determine the reactions at the supports A and B. EI is 12-

134. Determine the reactions at the supports A and B, then

**constant**. draw theshear and moment diagrams. EI is

**constant**. 12-143. The beam AB has a moment...

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