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1 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 400-mm-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 6 kN-m and MB = 8 kN-m.

Solution

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

IC

dA

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

top flange

1,333,333.3

60

36,000,000.0

left web

853,333.3

0

0.0

right web

853,333.3

0

0.0

bottom flange

1,333,333.3

60

36,000,000.0

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

37,333,333.3

853,333.3

853,333.3

37,333,333.3

76,373,333.3

On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

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1

FA = (6.2849 MPa + 3.1425 MPa)(250 mm)(40 mm) = 47,136.9 N = 47.1 kN (T)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (8.3799 MPa + 4.1899 MPa)(250 mm)(40 mm) = 62,849.2 N = 62.8 kN (T)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 47,136.9 N + 62,849.2 N = 15,712.3 N 0

FH = 15.71 kN

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section B toward section A at the interface between area (1)

and the web elements.

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9.2 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 20-in.-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 24 kip-ft and MB = 28 kip-ft.

Solution

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

left web

864.000

0.000

0.000

top flange

12.505

10.250

1,287.016

bottom flange

12.505

10.250

1,287.016

right web

864.000

0.000

0.000

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

864.000

1,299.521

1,299.521

864.000

4,327.042

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (798.699 psi + 565.745 psi)(3.5 in.)(3.5 in.) = 8,357.227 lb = 8.36 kips (C)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (931.816 psi + 660.036 psi)(3.5 in.)(3.5 in.) = 9,750.098 lb = 9.75 kips (C)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 8,357.227 lb 9, 750.098 lb = 1,392.871 lb 0

FH = 1.393 kips

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section A toward section B at the interface between area (1)

and the web elements.

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9.3 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 12-in.-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 700 lb-ft and MB = 400 lb-ft.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of tee shape)

Shape

top flange

stem

Width b

(in.)

4.5

1.0

Height h

(in.)

1.0

6.0

Area Ai

(in.2)

4.50

6.00

10.50

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

6.50

3.00

yi Ai

(in.3)

29.25

18.00

47.25

yi Ai

47.25 in.3

y=

=

= 4.50 in. (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

10.50 in.2

A i

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

top flange

0.375

2.000

18.000

stem

18.000

1.500

13.500

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

18.375

31.500

49.875

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (421.053 psi + 252.632 psi)(4.5 in.)(1 in.) = 1,515.792 lb = 1,516 lb (C)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (240.602 psi + 144.361 psi)(4.5 in.)(1 in.) = 866.167 lb = 866 lb (C)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 1,515.792 lb 866.167 lb = 649.625 lb 0

FH = 650 lb

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section B toward section A at the interface between area (1)

and the stem.

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9.4 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 500-mm-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 5.8 kN-m and MB = 3.2 kN-m.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

top flange

left stem

right stem

Width b

(mm)

160

20

20

Height h

(mm)

30

270

270

Area Ai

(mm2)

4,800

5,400

5,400

15,600

yi

(from bottom)

(mm)

285

135

135

yi Ai

(mm3)

1,368,000

729,000

729,000

2,826,000

yi Ai

2,826,000 mm3

y=

=

= 181.154 mm (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

15,600 mm 2

A i

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

top flange

360,000

103.846

51,763,160.3

left stem

32,805,000

46.154

11,503,035.3

right stem

32,805,000

46.154

11,503,035.3

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

52,123,160.3

44,308,035.3

44,308,035.3

140,739,231

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (4.898 MPa + 3.661 MPa)(160 mm)(30 mm) = 20,542 N = 20.5 kN (T)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (2.702 MPa + 2.020 MPa)(160 mm)(30 mm) = 11,334 N = 11.33 kN (T)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 20,542 N + 11,334 N = 9, 209 N 0

FH = 9.21 kN

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section A toward section B at the interface between area (1)

and the stems.

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9.5 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 600-mm-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 1.6 kN-m and MB = 4.2 kN-m.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

left stem

bottom flange

right stem

Width b

(mm)

40

170

40

Height h

(mm)

250

40

250

Area Ai

(mm2)

10,000

6,800

10,000

26,800

yi

(from bottom)

(mm)

125

20

125

yi Ai

(mm3)

1,250,000

136,000

1,250,000

2,636,000

yi A i

2,636,000 mm3

y=

=

= 98.358 mm (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

A i

26,800 mm 2

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

left stem

52,083,333.3

26.6

7,097,850.3

bottom flange

906,666.7

78.4

41,752,060.6

right stem

52,083,333.3

26.6

7,097,850.3

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

59,181,183.6

42,658,727.3

59,181,183.6

161,021,094.5

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (0.977 MPa + 0.580 MPa)(170 mm)(40 mm) = 5, 294.6 N = 5.29 kN (T)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (2.566 MPa + 1.522 MPa)(170 mm)(40 mm) = 13,898.2 N = 13.90 kN (T)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 5,294.6 N + 13,898.2 N = 8,603.6 N 0

FH = 8.60 kN

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section B toward section A at the interface between area (1)

and the upright elements.

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9.6 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 16-in.-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 3,300 lb-ft and MB = 4,700 lb-ft.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

left flange (1)

right flange (2)

central stem

y=

yi A i

A i

Width b

(in.)

1.50

1.50

1.50

Height h

(in.)

3.50

3.50

12.00

Area Ai

(in.2)

5.25

5.25

18.00

28.50

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

10.25

10.25

6.00

yi Ai

(in.3)

53.8125

53.8125

108.0000

215.6250

215.625 in.3

= 7.5658 in. (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

28.50 in.2

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

left flange (1)

5.3594

2.6842

37.8262

right flange (2)

5.3594

2.6842

37.8262

central stem

216.0000

1.5658

44.1305

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

43.1856

43.1856

260.1305

346.5016

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (506.765 psi + 106.767 psi)(1.5 in.)(3.5 in.) = 1,610.522 lb = 1,611 lb (T)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (721.756 psi + 152.061 psi)(1.5 in.)(3.5 in.) = 2, 293.773 lb = 2, 290 lb (T)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 1,610.522 lb + 2, 293.773 lb = 683.252 lb 0

FH = 683 lb

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section B toward section A at the interface between area (1)

and the stem.

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9.7 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 18-in.-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 42 kip-in. and MB = 36 kip-in.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

top flange (1)

bottom flange (2)

web

y=

yi Ai

A i

Width b

(in.)

6

10

2

Height h

(in.)

2

2

8

Area Ai

(in.2)

12

20

16

48

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

11

1

6

yi Ai

(in.3)

132

20

96

248

248 in.3

= 5.1667 in. (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

48 in.2

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

top flange (1)

4.0000

5.8333

408.3333

bottom flange (2)

6.6667

4.1667

347.2222

web

85.3333

0.8333

11.1111

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

412.3333

353.8889

96.4444

862.6667

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (332.690 psi + 235.317 psi)(6 in.)(2 in.) = 3, 408.043 lb = 3.41 kips (T)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (251.546 psi + 154.173 psi)(6 in.)(2 in.) = 2,921.180 lb = 2.92 kips (T)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 3, 408.043 lb + 2,921.180 lb = 486.863 lb 0

FH = 0.487 kips

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section A toward section B at the interface between area (1)

and the web.

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9.8 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

top flange (1)

bottom flange (2)

web

y=

yi Ai

A i

Width b

(in.)

6

10

2

Height h

(in.)

2

2

8

Area Ai

(in.2)

12

20

16

48

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

11

1

6

yi Ai

(in.3)

132

20

96

248

248 in.3

= 5.1667 in. (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

48 in.2

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

top flange (1)

4.0000

5.8333

408.3333

bottom flange (2)

6.6667

4.1667

347.2222

web

85.3333

0.8333

11.1111

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

412.3333

353.8889

96.4444

862.6667

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On section A, the resultant force on area (2) in the x direction is

1

FA = (251.546 psi + 154.173 psi)(10 in.)(2 in.) = 4,057.195 lb = 4.06 kips (C)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (2) is

1

FB = (215.611 psi + 132.149 psi)(10 in.)(2 in.) = 3, 477.595 lb = 3.48 kips (C)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 4,057.195 lb 3, 477.595 lb = 579.599 lb 0

FH = 0.580 kips

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section B toward section A at the interface between area (2)

and the web.

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9.9 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Consider area (1) of the 300-mm-long beam segment, which is subjected to internal bending moments of

MA = 7.5 kN-m and MB = 8.0 kN-m.

Solution

Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

Width b

(mm)

40

150

40

40

flange (2)

right stiff (3)

stem

y=

yi A i

A i

Height h

(mm)

90

40

90

280

Area Ai

(mm2)

3,600

6,000

3,600

11,200

24,400

yi

(from bottom)

(mm)

275

300

275

140

yi Ai

(mm3)

990,000

1,800,000

990,000

1,568,000

5,348,000

5,348,000 mm3

= 219.180 mm (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

24,400 mm 2

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d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

left stiff (1)

2,430,000.00

55.8197

11,217,008.87

flange (2)

800,000.00

80.8197

39,190,916.42

right stiff (3)

2,430,000.00

55.8197

11,217,008.87

stem

73,173,333.33

79.1803

70,218,672.40

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

13,647,008.87

39,990,916.42

13,647,008.87

143,392,005.73

210,676,939.89

On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (3.589 MPa + 0.385 MPa)(40 mm)(90 mm) = 7,153.755 N = 7.15 kN (C)

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (3.828 MPa + 0.411 MPa)(40 mm)(90 mm) = 7,630.672 N = 7.63 kN (C)

2

Ans.

Ans.

Fx = 7,153.755 N 7,630.672 N = 476.917 N 0

FH = 0.477 kN

Ans.

The horizontal shear force is directed from section A toward section B at the interface between area (1)

and area (2).

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9.10 For the following problems, a beam segment subjected to internal bending moments at sections A

and B is shown along with a sketch of the cross-sectional dimensions. For each problem:

(a) Sketch a side view of the beam segment and plot the distribution of bending stresses acting at

sections A and B. Indicate the magnitude of key bending stresses on the sketch.

(b) Determine the resultant forces acting in the x direction on the specified area at sections A and B and

show these resultant forces on the sketch.

(c) Is the specified area in equilibrium with respect to forces acting in the x direction? If not, determine

the horizontal force required to satisfy equilibrium for the specified area and show the location and

direction of this force on the sketch.

Combine areas (1), (2), and (3) of the beam segment shown in Problem 9.9.

Solution

(a) Centroid location in y direction: (reference axis at bottom of shape)

Shape

Width b

(mm)

40

150

40

40

flange (2)

right stiff (3)

stem

y=

yi A i

A i

Height h

(mm)

90

40

90

280

Area Ai

(mm2)

3,600

6,000

3,600

11,200

24,400

yi

(from bottom)

(mm)

275

300

275

140

yi Ai

(mm3)

990,000

1,800,000

990,000

1,568,000

5,348,000

5,348,000 mm3

= 219.180 mm (measured upward from bottom edge of shape)

24,400 mm 2

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

left stiff (1)

2,430,000.00

55.8197

11,217,008.87

flange (2)

800,000.00

80.8197

39,190,916.42

right stiff (3)

2,430,000.00

55.8197

11,217,008.87

stem

73,173,333.33

-79.1803

70,218,672.40

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

13,647,008.87

39,990,916.42

13,647,008.87

143,392,005.73

210,676,939.89

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On section A, the resultant force on area (1) in the x direction is

1

FA = (3.589 MPa + 0.385 MPa)(40 mm)(90 mm) = 7,153.755 N

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (1) is

1

FB = (3.828 MPa + 0.411 MPa)(40 mm)(90 mm) = 7,630.672 N

2

Resultant forces acting on area (3)

The forces acting on area (3) are identical to those acting on area (1).

Resultant forces acting on area (2)

On section A, the resultant force on area (2) in the x direction is

1

FA = (3.589 MPa + 2.165 MPa)(150 mm)(40 mm) = 17, 262.855 N

2

and on section B, the horizontal resultant force on area (2) is

1

FB = (3.828 MPa + 2.309 MPa)(150 mm)(40 mm) = 18, 413.697 N

2

Resultant forces acting on combined areas (1), (2), and (3)

On section A, the resultant force on combined areas (1), (2), and (3) is

FA = 2(7,153.755 N) + 17, 262.855 N = 31,570.363 N = 31.6 kN (C)

Ans.

FB = 2(7,630.672 N) + 18, 413.697 N = 33,675.054 N = 33.7 kN (C)

Ans.

Fx = 31,570.363 N 33,675.054 N = 2,104.691 N 0

Ans.

FH = 2.10 kN

The horizontal shear force is directed from section A toward section B at the interface between area (2)

and the stem of the tee.

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