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1183_Mechanics Homework Mechanics of Materials Solution

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Unformatted text preview: PROBLEM 9.Cl 9.01 Several concentrated loads can be applied to the cantilever beam AB. Write a computer program to calculate the slope and deﬂection of beam AB from x = 0 to x = L, using given increments Ax. Apply this program with increments Ax = 50 mm to the beam and loading of Probs. 9.79 and 9.80. SOLUTION FOR EACH LOAD) ENTER P£)Cg COMPUTE REACTION AT Pt FOR E = I' TO NUMBER Loans RthA+ Pf MA EMA '- Pi C“ COMPUTE SLOPE AND DEFLECTION USE METHOD OF mrrskhrm; STARTING WITH 1:0 AND UPDATING Mn THROUGH INCREMENTSJ SUPERPOSE: A (DDUE T0 REACTION AT A: ESL—:— 2 1 6=(I/EI)(RAx/2.O+MAX) 3 2 “ RAH—~—1-*I '3 = (1/151)an /¢,.o +MAx/2.o] (2] DUE To EACH LOAD WITH q < m: e =-(|/EI\ (Pr/101M“ ma ’9 =_(\/EI\(ﬁ-/6.0)(1-—q33 .', ‘fHF cows-m tors of: fN'TEGRﬁ‘TION EQUAL ZERO CONTINUED ...
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