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HOMEWORK 9
Beams, Beams, and More Beams
Due 1 Week after Assigned
1. The schematics above show two common mechanical testing geometries a 3 point
loaded specimen and 4 point loaded specimen. The samples you would test in these
geometries would be called f
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Practice with drawing and solving moments in 2D and 3D.
1. Hibbeler Problem 4-2
2. Hibbeler Problem 4-6
3. Hibbeler Problem 4-11
4. Hibbeler Problem 4-19
5. Hibbeler Problem 4-25
6. Hibbeler Problem 4-29
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