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Determine the maximum deflection δ in a simply supported beam of length L carrying a concentrated load P at mid span.

Solution 605

At x = 0, y = 0, therefore, C2 = 0 At x = L, y = 0

Thus,

Maximum deflection will occur at x = ½ L (mid s an!

The ne"ati#e si"n indicates that the deflection is below the un deformed neutral axis$ herefore, answer

Problem 606

Determine the maximum deflection δ in a simply supported beam of length L carrying a uniformly distributed load of intensity !o applied o"er its entire length.

Solution 606

#rom the figure sho!n

At x = 0, y = 0, therefore C2 = 0 At x = L, y = 0

Therefore,

Maximum deflection will occur at x = ½ L (mid s an!

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Ta%in" & = woL'

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therefore .. = 0 Therefore.Problem 60( Determine the maximum "alue of $%y for the cantile"er beam loaded as sho!n in #ig.. P&'0(. a)e the origin at the !all. therefore . The maximum #alue of /0 * is at x = L (free end! answer . * = 0. Solution 60( )t x = 0.= 0 )t x = 0. *+ = 0.

P&'0+. a)e the origin at the !all.. therefore . the e3uation of the elastic cur#e is answer . Solution 601 2* ratio and ro ortion )t x = 0. therefore . *+ = 0. = 0 Therefore. it carries a load that "aries from -ero at the !all to !o at the free end. * = 0..Problem 601 #ind the e*uation of the elastic cur"e for the cantile"er beam sho!n in #ig.= 0 )t x = 0.

. y0 = 0 Therefore. therefore C2 = 0 At x = a / b.0 carries a uniform load of intensity !o symmetrically distributed o"er part of its length. y = 0.Problem 6-0 he simply supported beam sho!n in #ig. thus b = ½ L .b = L. Solution 6-0 2* s*mmetr* At x = 0. Determine the maximum deflection δ and chec) your result by letting a = 0 and comparing !ith the ans!er to Problem '0'. Maximum deflection will occur at x = a 4 b (mid s an! Therefore.hec%in"' &hen a = 0. P&'. answer .

34'0 of the span5 Solution 6-- )t x = 0. * = 0 Therefore. .0 2Pa.. %f $ = .. P&'. !hat "alue of % is re*uired to limit the mid span deflection to . m (mid s an6 Maximum mid s an deflection Thus..Problem 6-Compute the "alue of $% 1 at mid span for the beam loaded as sho!n in #ig. therefore . = 0 )t x = 5 m. )t x = . * = 0.

Problem 6-. answer Problem 6-6 . therefore . = 0 )t x = 6 m. x = 6 m Thus.. Compute the mid span "alue of EI δ for the beam loaded as sho!n in #ig. P&'. Solution 6-.2. )t x = 0. * = 0. * = 0 Therefore. )t mid s an.

7 8 -06 si L = -. therefore .45 Solution 6-6 )t x = 0. x = 6 ft * = 9-:660 (-. * = 0.! = 9-:60 ft = 9. answer .:5 in Thus.%f $ = 27 8 .. ft. !hat "alue of % is re*uired to limit the mid span deflection to . P&'. ft at mid s an. = 0 )t x = -.0' psi.34'0 of the span for the beam in #ig. * = 0 Therefore / = .

= 9560 lb.5:6!(15! 4 (.. Solution 6-5 )t x = 0. * = 0 0 = 50(16! 9 (. calculate the slope of the elastic cur"e o"er the right support.5:6!(55! 4 1. Thus. * = 0.9.. therefore . = 0 )t x = 1 ft.ft..Problem 6-5 #or the beam loaded as sho!n in #ig. P&'. )t the ri"ht su ort. x = 1 ft answer .

* = 0 0 = (--0:6!(-06! 9 (500:6!(56! 4 -0.ft. therefore .:. P&'. x = -6 ft answer Problem 6-6 .. * = 0.Problem 6-5 Compute the "alue of $% y at the right end of the o"erhanging beam sho!n in #ig. )t the ri"ht end of the beam.. = 0 )t x = -0 ft. Solution 6-5 )t x = 0.= 9.600 lb.. Therefore.

Solution 6-6 )t x = 0.note x = a / b = L6 . Part (a!' <lope and deflection under the load P Slope under the load P: .a6 the deflection and slope under the load P and .#or the beam loaded as sho!n in #ig. * = 0 0 = 9< b : (6a! = Pa6 4 a.. P&'. therefore . determine .'..b6 the maximum deflection bet!een the supports. * = 0.= (ab:6! P Therefore.. = 0 )t x = a.

)t *+ = 0.answer Deflection under the load P: . .note x = a / b = L6 answer Part (b!' =aximum deflection bet!een the supports he maximum deflection bet!een the supports !ill occur at the point !here y0 = 0. Problem 6-( >eplace the load P in Prob. '. )t . 〈 x 9 a 〈 do not exist thus.' by a cloc)!ise couple = applied at the right end and determine the slope and deflection at the right end.

therefore .= Ma : 6 Therefore... * = 0. Slo e at x = a 4 b answer >eflection at x = a 4 b .Solution 6-( )t x = 0. = 0 )t x = a.. * = 0 0 = 9 (M : 6a! (a6! 4 a.

answer Problem 6-1 .

. answer )t x = a answer . compare your solution of the elastic cur"e !ith cases . = 0 )t x = L.. Determine the e*uation of the elastic cur"e and the deflection at the point of application of the couple. hen letting a = L and a = 0. therefore . and . P&'.+. * = 0.2 in the <ummary of ?eam Loadings. * = 0 Therefore. Solution 6-1 )t x = 0.A simply supported beam carries a couple = applied as sho!n in #ig.

.&hen a = 0 (moment load is at the left su ort!' answer &hen a = L (moment load is at the ri"ht su ort!' answer Problem 6-7 Determine the "alue of $%y the beam loaded as sho!n mid!ay bet!een the supports for in #ig. P&'.7.

5:6!(. * = 0 0 = 50(66! 9 700(5. P&'20. carrying t!o triangularly distributed loads..5! 4 6.Solution 6-7 )t x = 0. select the origin of the axes at the mid span position of the elastic cur"e.6 ..! 9 (.0 #ind the mid span deflection δ for the beam sho!n in #ig. * = 0.Hint: #or con"enience. . = 0 )t x = 6 m.m6 Therefore. )t x = 6 m answer Problem 6. therefore .= 5600:7 ?..

. * = 0 0 = (-:51! woL. 9 (wo60L!(½L!5 4 ..0 2* ratio and ro ortion' 2* s*mmetr*' )t x = 0. therefore .! wo L5 9 (-:-7.0! wo L5 4 ..= 0 )t x = ½L. (½L!. *+ = 0..Solution 6. 0 = (-:-7.

. '0'.Determine the "alue of $%δ mid!ay bet!een the supports for the beam sho!n in #ig. ...Apply the hint gi"en in Prob. Chec) your result by letting a = 0 and comparing !ith Prob. )t x = 0 (mid s an! hus. '20. = 9 (6:650! wo L5 Therefore.6 . answer Problem 6. P&'2.

Solution 6.-' 2* s*mmetr* )t x = 0. * = 0 Therefore. *+ = 0.= 0 )t x = ½L.. therefore . .

)t x = 0 (mid s an! answer )t x = 0 when a = 0 Thus. answer .

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