Q2_CH4_loading function_solution

Q2_CH4_loading function_solution - solve. Load function...

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a L w F x EML 4501 Section 02 Machine Design Quiz 2, 9/18/03 Name: Student ID: Keep all equations in variable form. Hence, no values are necessary. For the beam in the figure write/determine: 1. The loading function using singularity functions 2. The shear function using singularity functions 3. The moment function using singularity functions 4. The slope function using singularity functions 5. The deflection function using singularity functions 6. What are the geometric boundary conditions? Specify constraint. Do NOT solve. 7. What are the load and moment boundary conditions? Specify constraint. Do NOT
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Unformatted text preview: solve. Load function q(x) = -M 1 < x- 0>-2 + R 1 < x- 0>-1- w < x- a >- F < x- L >-1 Shear function V(x) = -M 1 < x- 0>-1 + R 1 < x- 0>- w < x- a > 1- F < x- L > 0 Moment function M(x) = -M 1 < x- 0> + R 1 < x- 0> 1- w < x- a > 2 /2 -F < x-L > 1 ( x ) = [-M 1 < x-0> 1 + R 1 < x- 0> 2 /2 - w < x- a > 3 /6 - F < x- L > 2 /2 + C 3 ]/ EI y ( x ) = [-M 1 < x-0> 2 /2 + R 1 < x- 0> 3 /6 - w < x- a > 4 /24 - F < x-L > 3 /6 + C 3 x + C 4 ]/ EI Geometric Boundary Conditions: y(0) = 0 (0) = 0 Load and Moment Boundary Conditions: V(L) = 0 M(L) = 0...
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