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The supports at A and B exert

shear stress is Tanow = 10 ksi. The sup- wood beam. If the distributed load w = 4

kip/ft, determine the ports at A and B only exert

The supports at A and B exert

**vertical**reactions on the support if the allowableshear stress is Tanow = 10 ksi. The sup- wood beam. If the distributed load w = 4

kip/ft, determine the ports at A and B only exert

**vertical**reactions on the beam.Page 608

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

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

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

rk **' ...

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

**vertical**reactionson 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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14-28. The A-36 steel bars are pin-connected at C and D. If they each have the

same rectangular cross section, with a height of 200 mm and a width of 100 mm,

determine the

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14-28. The A-36 steel bars are pin-connected at C and D. If they each have the

same rectangular cross section, with a height of 200 mm and a width of 100 mm,

determine the

**vertical**displacement at B. Neglect the axial load in the bars. 14-31.

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