CH7-Transverse_Shear

CH7-Transverse_Shear - Transverse Shear Ch 7 Important...

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Transverse Shear Ch 7
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Important Concepts Shear in Straight Member Shear Formula: Limitations/Assumptions
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Recall: Sign Convention Positive directions:   Distributed load acts downward on the beam  Internal shear force cases a clockwise  rotation of the beam  Internal moment  causes compression on the  top Axial Tension
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Shear in Straight Members Members are generally subject to both  Transverse and Longitudinal Shear stress This can be illustrated by sliding of non- bonded boards when load is applied
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Shear Formula The shear stress in a member of width t is:                         
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CH7-Transverse_Shear - Transverse Shear Ch 7 Important...

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