2010 BRAE 433 HW1

2010 BRAE 433 HW1 - 499.2 lb/ft assumed max non-uniform...

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BRAE 433 Lab 1 Problems (HW1) 1) Lab 3 Beam Given: 25 ft length for simple beam (pin and roller assumed) 85 lb/ft assumed uniform load (w) for wt of beam 100 lb/ft assumed uniform load (w) for wt of students across beam Find: a) Max shear in beam (V) b) Max bearing load for footing (psf) assuming 1 ft wide footing c) Max bearing load for footing (psf) assuming 2 ft wide footing d) State your conclusion on the adequate footing width Assume: UBC Limits bedrock 4000 psf gravel 2000 psf sand 1500 psf clay 1000 psf 2) Cal Poly Water Resources Facility Given: 8 ft length for cantilevered beam
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Unformatted text preview: 499.2 lb/ft assumed max non-uniform load (w) (62.4pcf x 8ft) 0 lb/ft assumed uniform load (w) for wt of beam Assume: Water loading from one side only Find: a) Max shear in beam (V) b) Max Moment 3) Parking Structure Given: 75 ft length for simple beam (pin and roller assumed) 3 sq ft assumed cross section for beam of beam 150 lb/ft assumed uniform load (w) for wt of students and concrete across beam 5 vehicles parked along the beam 5000 lbs per vehicle Find: a) Max shear in beam (V) b) Max Moment...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2011 for the course BRAE 433 taught by Professor Styles during the Fall '10 term at Cal Poly.

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