Qf99a - Name Please believe me if I cannot follow your work at a glance if I cannot read your writing if your work is not legible or if it is not

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Unformatted text preview: Name ____________________________________________ Please believe me - if I cannot follow your work at a glance, if I cannot read your writing, if your work is not legible or if it is not presented in a logical and easy to follow manner, it will be assigned a grade of zero. Please take this warning seriously. It is one way I get the papers graded quickly. NOTE: DO NOT WORK ON THIS EXAM. Do all work on separate pages, and attach them to this exam for submission. Problem 1) Write a singularity function for the moment, slope, and deflection of the beam loaded as shown below. You do not have to solve for C1 and C2, but you MUST tell me EXACTLY how it will be done. 2) Solve for the reaction at the roller for the beam shown, using the method of superposition. 3) Calculate the maximum shear, tension and compressive stresses acting in the block shown: 4) The support brace shown was used in Washington D.C. on the Fort Meyer Shield Project. The diagonal members were a pair of 6" x 1/2" steel plates, welded top and bottom to horizontal and vertical angles. These members were a pair of 6" x 1/2" steel plates, welded top and bottom to horizontal and vertical angles....
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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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Qf99a - Name Please believe me if I cannot follow your work at a glance if I cannot read your writing if your work is not legible or if it is not

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