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# EAS 209 - Mechanics of Solids HW #10 Due Date: 04/13/2016 1. Use superposition to determine the supports at A, B, and C. Draw the shear and moment...

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EAS 209 – Mechanics of Solids HW #10 Due Date: 04/13/2016 1. Use superposition to determine the supports at A, B, and C. Draw the shear and moment diagrams (EI is constant). Check your calculations using discontinuity functions or direct integration. 2. The beam shown is fixed at both ends. Determine the moment reactions at the supports A and B (EI is constant) and the deflection when x=L/2 3. The 1 in diameter A 36 steel shaft is supported by unyielding bearings at A and C. The bearing at B rests on a simply supported steel wide flange beam having a moment of inertia of I=500 in4. If the belt loads on the pulley are 400 lbs each, determine the vertical reactions at A, B, and C.

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Draw the free body diagram as in Figure (1). Calculate the reaction at A in the x direction using Equilibrium condition.\ Fx 0
Ax 0 Take all vertical force using Equilibrium condition....

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