14.6p_Internal_Forces

14.6p_Internal_Forces - ENGR 211 Lecture 14 ENGR 211...

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ENGR 211 Lecture 14 Fall 2007 Civil Engineering Internal Forces Internal Forces (Will it Break?) (Will it Break?) Midterm #2 Tuesday, Nov.13 No New HW set Until next Tuesday Nov. 11 th Head of the Lake Seattle Going through the Montlake Cut ENGR 211 Jumping back to Chapter 7 Civil Engineering If the whole is in equilibrium then If the whole is in equilibrium then any piece is in equilibrium. any piece is in equilibrium. Typical _____________ student with imaginary saw.
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ENGR 211 Lecture 14 Fall 2007 Civil Engineering If the whole is in equilibrium then If the whole is in equilibrium then any piece is in equilibrium. any piece is in equilibrium. Civil Engineering
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ENGR 211 Lecture 14 Fall 2007 Civil Engineering Civil Engineering
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Fall 2007 Civil Engineering Positive shear forces tend to rotate the axis of the beam clockwise. Positive bending moments tend to bend the axis of the beam upward. Sign Convention
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14.6p_Internal_Forces - ENGR 211 Lecture 14 ENGR 211...

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