05Structural & Beam Properties

05Structural & Beam Properties - Lecture 5 - Flexure...

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Lecture 5 - Flexure Lecture 5 - Flexure September 11, 2002 CVEN 444
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Lecture Goals Lecture Goals Structures Basic Concepts Rectangular Beams
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Class of Structures Class of Structures
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Class of Structures Class of Structures
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Class of Structures Class of Structures
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Class of Structures Class of Structures Retaining Wall Abutment
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Class of Structures Deformed Frame Reinforced Frame
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Flexural Stress Flexural Stress The beam is a structural member used to support the internal moments and shears. It would be called a beam- column if a compressive force existed. C = T M = C*(jd) = T*(jd)
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Flexural Stress Flexural Stress The stress in the block is defined as : σ = ( M*y) / I S xx = I / (y max ) The equation for S xx modulus for calculating maximum compressive stress.
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Flexural Stress Flexural Stress There are 5 stages the concrete through which the beam goes. Stage 1: No external loads self weight.
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Flexural Stress Flexural Stress There are 5 stages the concrete through which the beam goes. Stage 2:
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course CVEN 444 taught by Professor Ehsani during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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05Structural & Beam Properties - Lecture 5 - Flexure...

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