## Mechanics of Materials |

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In order to obtain the internal loadings acting on a specific region within the body,

it is necessary to use the method of sections. This requires ... The two parts of the

body are then separated, and a

In order to obtain the internal loadings acting on a specific region within the body,

it is necessary to use the method of sections. This requires ... The two parts of the

body are then separated, and a

**free**-**body diagram**of one of the parts is drawn.Page 9

The method of sections is used to determine the internal loadings at a point

located on the section of a body. ... This is done by drawing the

the ...

The method of sections is used to determine the internal loadings at a point

located on the section of a body. ... This is done by drawing the

**free**-**body****diagram**for the entire body, establishing a coordinate system, and then applyingthe ...

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•18a. (a) J ^ ' 18kNm Fig. 6-1 8(a) SOLUTION Support Reactions. The reactions

are calculated and indicated on the

Diagram. The values of the shear at the end points A and E are plotted first. At x =

0, VA ...

•18a. (a) J ^ ' 18kNm Fig. 6-1 8(a) SOLUTION Support Reactions. The reactions

are calculated and indicated on the

**free**-**body diagram**, Fig. 6- 186. ShearDiagram. The values of the shear at the end points A and E are plotted first. At x =

0, VA ...

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Strain | 67 |

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