526CHAPTER 6Stresses in Beams (Advanced Topics)Problem 6.4-10Solve the preceding problem using the following data: W 310±129 section, L²1.8 m, P²9.5 kN, anda²60°. (Note: See Table E-1b of Appendix E for the dimensions and properties of the beam.)Solution 6.4-10P²9.5 kNL²1.8 ma²60°W 310±129Iy²100±106mm4Iz²308±106mm4d²318 mmb²307 mmBENDING MOMENTSMy²Pcos(a)LMy²8550 N mMz²Psin(a)z²14809 N mNEUTRAL AXISnnb²60.6°;b²atanaIzIytan(90°³a)bb²60.6°##MAXIMUM TENSILE STRESS(AT POINTA)smax²20.8 MPa;smax²Myab2bIy³Mza³d2bIzProblem 6.4-11A cantilever beam of W 12±14 section and length L²
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