Qb96b - beam for x = 0. Problem 3) For the beam shown,...

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Name __________________________________ Seat Number ______________ Please note that if I cannot read your work and follow what you are trying to do at a glance, it will not be considered of engineering quality and will be given no credit. Work done with a number nine nail and with letters so small that my pet ant cannot read them will be ignored in grading. All problems have equal credit. Problem 1) For the beam shown, draw shear and bending moment diagrams. Problem 2) For the beam shown, write a singularity function for moment only. Use the left end of the
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Unformatted text preview: beam for x = 0. Problem 3) For the beam shown, state what boundary conditions exist on the beam. Problem 4) For the beam shown, design the lightest wide flange to carry the given load, using an allowed bending stress of 24 ksi. Problem 5) For the beam you select in Prob 4, determine the maximum horizontal shearing stress. Use a = 6’, b = 6’, c = 9’, d = 9’, M = 200kft, w = 2k/ft for problems 1 through 5. Problem 6) For the beam shown below, use singularity functions to solve for the reaction at the roller. Use P = 20 kN, a = 6m and b = 10m....
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2010 for the course CVEN 305 taught by Professor Gardoni during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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Qb96b - beam for x = 0. Problem 3) For the beam shown,...

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