CES 3102 HW 5 Fall 2010

CES 3102 HW 5 Fall 2010 - CES 3102 HW #5 assigned 10/27/10...

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Unformatted text preview: CES 3102 HW #5 assigned 10/27/10 due 11/4/10 Deformations part 1) — geometric methods NAME Use the conjugate beam method to find the location and magnitude of the maximum deflection in the beam below. E and I are constant Use the double integration method to find a expression for deflection and rotation in the beam as a function of x. Draw the deflection and rotation. Find the deflection and rotation at the free end. W A L, E,l Use the conjugate beam method to find the location and magnitude of the maximum deflection in the beam below. E and I are constant (:fi—“_i___9__JL——— cooawMMrE gfgm r2? r9 l9P/Ej 5:9 n— “751 F 6? A i8? \ 619/51 F/ufl Racer/01W 15"" 1-0445” 6'6. 2 M52” =? El ZF/W 5) C7: 3sz '76? W/EI. r, 69/51. git”; m :0 Z “c M -756 P ‘7 ° EI Use the double integration method to find a expression for deflection and rotation in the beam as a function of x. Draw the deflection and rotation. Find the deflection and rotation at the free end. w _ , E, I A L W 2 (E MCUT="W(L’X) Z Man [L—xl W‘ 5—— dx ._ ... v\/ z 3 £1 —- ———- __ X 2f1 L X LX +7] +CI : [X ‘ —V\/ 2 z 3 [a " , LX~ X+_X...L/ +CIX TC? 2.5.1. 2 T (Z '- 9g) = 3L2x-3LX7+X3J \ _~ “W /cx) - may, qst + X4] ...
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CES 3102 HW 5 Fall 2010 - CES 3102 HW #5 assigned 10/27/10...

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