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Unformatted text preview: : Wm 18 mm 40 111}:(:>// ‘ Fig. P4102 45H)? Knowing that the magnitude of the vertical force P is 2 kN, dc”
termine the at (a) point A, ([2) point B. 4.1 2Q thmugh 4,131 The couple M is appiiﬁd to 21 beam of the cross
section shown in a plane forming an angle ,8 with the vertical. Determine the Stress at (a) point A7 (1)) point B, (c) point I) M 1: 250 kip  in. 4.133 and 41134 Th6 couple M acts in a vcrtica? plane and appliad ‘um oriented shown. Determine ((1)316 33gb that ma “antral axis forms 0833‘, A I . . .
{Vim me horizontal, (b) the maXImum tensﬂa stress m the beam: T? K M : kip ‘ 111/;
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/\k_ _ I if» “w an: 0“. 4,135 af‘ld 4.138 The coupie M acts in a vertical plane and is applied
go a beam orienth as shown, Determine (a) the angle that the mantra! axis forms with the horizontal, (b) the maxhnum tensile stress in the beam.  / 3,21» If” , 104“ {4f 9:; £142 The tube RhOWﬂ ha»: a uniform wail thisknesx of 12 mm. For me
(17) the point where (a) the guess at points A and ,8, loading given, determine
the neutra 1 axis intersects Kine A1313. ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2010 for the course CE 3400 taught by Professor Moorthy during the Spring '09 term at LSU.
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