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Beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-403. See the instruction.

Solution 403

From the load diagram:

Segment AB:

Segment BC:

Segment CD:

**To draw the Shear Diagram:
**

1. In segment AB, the shear is uniformly distributed over the segment at a magnitude of -30 kN. 2. In segment BC, the shear is uniformly distributed at a magnitude of 26 kN. 3. In segment CD, the shear is uniformly distributed at a magnitude of -24 kN.

**To draw the Moment Diagram:
**

1. The equation MAB = -30x is linear, at x = 0, MAB = 0 and at x = 1 m, MAB = -30 kN·m. 2. MBC = 26x - 56 is also linear. At x = 1 m, MBC = -30 kN·m; at x = 4 m, MBC = 48 kN·m. When MBC = 0, x = 2.154 m, thus the moment is zero at 1.154 m from B. 3. MCD = -24x + 144 is again linear. At x = 4 m, MCD = 48 kN·m; at x = 6 m, MCD = 0.

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Problem 690

The beam shown in Fig. P-690 has a rectangular cross section 50 mm wide. Determine the proper depth d of the beam if the midspan deflection of the beam is not to exceed 20 mm and the flexural stress is limited to 10 MPa. Use E = 10 GPa.

Solution 690

Based on allowable flexural stress

Based on allowable midspan deflection. Use Case No. 7, the midspan deflection of simple beam under concentrated load is given by

For the given beam, the midspan deflection is the sum of the midspan deflection of each load acting separately.

Use d = 135.36 mm

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See the instruction.Problem 404 Beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-404. Solution 404 Segment AB: Segment BC: .

MBC = 100x + 6000 is linear. MCD = -100x + 1200 is again linear. A shear of -100 lb is uniformly distributed over segments BC and CD. MCD = 0. 3. MBC = 5100 lb·ft. MAB = 0. at x = 3 ft. at x = 9 ft. at x = 9 ft.mathalino. 2. 2. at x = 3 ft.Segment CD: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. MAB = 5700 lb·ft. the shear is uniformly distributed at 1900 lb. MCD = 300 lb·ft. at x = 12 ft. For segment BC. MAB = 1900x is linear.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem404-shear-and-moment-diagrams . MBC = 5700 lb·ft. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. LINK http://www. at x = 0. At segment AB.

P-405. See the instruction.Problem 405 Beam loaded as shown in Fig. Solution 405 Segment AB: Segment BC: .

at x = 10 m. MBC = 0. 2.5x2 is a second degree curve for segment AB. at x = 2 m.To draw the Shear Diagram: 1.10x is linear. VAB = 14 kN. at x = 3. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1.4 m from B. The moment diagram is also a second degree curve for segment BC given by MBC = 160 + 34x . MAB = 208 kN·m. MBC = 217.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem405-shear-and-moment-diagrams . VBC = 34 . MAB = 114x . at x = 2 m. at x = 2 m.4 m thus VBC = 0 at 1. MAB = 0. Thus. VAB = 94 kN. at x = 2 m.5x2. at x = 0. 3. Note that the maximum moment occurs at point of zero shear. LINK http://www. VBC = -66 kN. x = 3. VAB = 114 .mathalino. 3. at x = 0.4 m. MBC = 208 kN·m.10x for segment BC is linear. For segment AB.8 kN·m. When VBC = 0. 2. at x = 10 m. VBC = 14 kN.

See the instruction.Problem 406 Beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-406. Solution 406 Segment AB: Segment BC: .

MAB = 0. at x = 12.Segment CD: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. MCD = -16920 + 1480x .30x2 for segment AB is a second degree curve. VCD = 760 lb. MBC = -3480 lb·ft. at x = 12 ft. at x = 12 ft. at x = 4 ft. VAB = 430 lb.60x for segment CD is again linear. 2. the moment is zero at 3. MAB = 2200 lb·ft. VCD = 1480 . LINK http://www. at x = 4 ft. MBC = 3600 . MCD = -3480 lb·ft. VBC = -470 lb.230x .30x2 is a second degree curve. MCD = 0. For segment BC. at x = 18 ft. VAB = 670 . MAB = 670x . MBC = 2200 lb·ft.30x2 = 0. For BC.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem406-shear-and-moment-diagrams . VAB= 670 lb. at x= 4 ft. at x = 18 ft. 3. thus.mathalino. VCD = 400 lb.60x is also linear. 2.772 ft from B. at x = 0. at x = 12 ft. x = -15. is a second degree curve. at x = 0. When MBC = 0. VBC = -950 lb. VBC = -230 .60x for segment AB is linear.439 ft and 7.230x 30x2. at x = 4 ft.772 ft. Take x = 7. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1.772 ft. For segment CD. 3. 3600 .

Solution 407 Segment AB: Segment BC: Segment CD: . See the instruction. P-407.Problem 407 Beam loaded as shown in Fig.

MCD = 0. LINK http://www. MBC = 66.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem407-shear-and-moment-diagrams . VBC = 20 kN.To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. MAB = 0.30x for segment BC. For VBC = 0. at x = 5 m.3)2 for segment BC is second degree curve. MBC = 20x .60(x . at x = 5 m. MBC = 60 kN·m. 2.67 m or 0. VBC = 110 . MBC = 40 kN·m. Note: that maximum moment occurred at zero shear. 2. at x = 3 m. VBC = -40 kN. For AB. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. MAB = 60 kN·m. MCD = 20x . x = 3. at x = 6 m. MCD = 40 kN·m. at x = 5 m. MAB = 20x. at x = 3 m. For segment AB.15(x . at x = 3. the shear is uniformly distributed at 20 kN.mathalino.67 kN·m.67 m. at x = 3 m.4) for segment BC is linear. 3.67 m from B. at x = 0. The shear for segment CD is uniformly distributed at 40 kN. 3.

See the instruction. P-408.Problem 408 Beam loaded as shown in Fig. Solution 408 Segment AB: Segment BC: Segment CD: .

MAB = 0. MCD = 0. at x = 4 m. MBC = 60 kN·m. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. VCD = -50 kN. at x = 0. MAB = 80 kN·m.25x2 is second degree. at x = 0. MAB = 90x . MBC = 80 kN·m. MBC = -10x + 100 is linear.8 m. VAB = 90 . 2. MCD = -10x2 + 70x .mathalino. VBC = 90 kN.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem408-shear-and-moment-diagrams .To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. VCD = -20x + 70 is linear. VCD = -10 kN. at x = 6 m. LINK http://www. MCD = 60 kN·m. VBC = -10 kN.60. x = 1. 2. at x = 1. at x = 6 m. When VAB = 0.50x is linear. MAB = 81 kN·m. at x = 4 m. at x = 4 m. at x = 2 m.8 m. at x = 2 m. at x = 2 m. 3. VBC = -10 kN along segment BC. 3.

At BC. VAB = -½woL. To draw the Moment Diagram: . at x = 0. See the instruction. VAB = 0. the shear is uniformly distributed by -½woL. 2. P-409. Solution 409 Segment AB: Segment BC: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. at x = L/2. VAB = -wox for segment AB is linear.Problem 409 Cantilever beam loaded as shown in Fig.

MBC = -½woLx + 1/8 woL2 is a second degree. at x = L. MAB = 0.1. MAB = -½wox2 is a second degree curve. at x = L/2. at x = L/2. MAB = -1/8 woL2. LINK http://www. at x = 0. MBC = -3/8 woL2.mathalino.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem409-shear-and-moment-diagrams . 2. MBC = -1/8 woL2.

Solution 410 Shear equation: Moment equation: . See the instruction. P-410.Problem 410 Cantilever beam carrying the uniformly varying load shown in Fig.

at x = L. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1.com/reviewer/mechanics-andstrength-of-materials/solution-to-problem-410-shearand-moment-diagrams .mathalino. at x = 0. M = 0. LINK http://www. M = . at x = 0. V = .To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. M = . V = 0.wo x3 / 6L is a third degree curve. V = -½ woL.wo x2 / 2L is a second degree curve. at x = L.1/6 woL2.

See the instruction. as shown in Fig. P-411.Problem 411 Cantilever beam carrying a distributed load with intensity varying from wo at the free end to zero at the wall. Solution 411 Shear equation: .

M = -1/3 woL2.mathalino.com/reviewer/mechanics-andstrength-of-materials/solution-to-problem-411-shear-andmoment-diagrams . at x = 0.Moment equation: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. M = -wox2/2 + wox3/6L is in third degree. LINK http://www.wox is a concave upward second degree curve. at x = 0. To draw the Moment diagram: 1. at x = L. V = wox2/2L . V = -1/2 woL. M = 0. at x = L. V = 0.

See the instruction. Solution 412 Segment AB: Segment BC: Segment CD: . P-412.Problem 412 Beam loaded as shown in Fig.

com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem412-shear-and-moment-diagrams .400(x .6) . VBC = -2400 lb.800x is linear. 2.2)2 is also a second degree curve. at x = 3 ft.To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. 2. at x = 8 ft. MCD = 0. VCD = 1600 lb. at x = 2 ft. VBC = 0. VBC = 2400 . 3. MBC = -1600 lb·ft. thus x = 3 ft or VBC = 0 at 1 ft from B. at x = 6 ft. 3. 2400 800x = 0. VBC = 800 lb. at x = 0. When VBC = 0. at x = 8 ft. MBC = 2000 lb·ft. 800 lb of shear force is uniformly distributed along segment AB. at x = 2 ft. at x = 6 ft. MAB = 0. at x = 6 ft. MCD = -1600 lb·ft.800x is also linear.mathalino. at x = 2 ft. MBC = 800x . VCD = 6400 . at x = 6 ft. MBC = 1600 lb·ft. LINK http://www.2)2 is second degree curve. MAB = 800x is linear.400(x . To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. MCD = 800x + 4000(x . MAB = 1600 lb·ft.

P-413. Solution 413 Segment AB: Segment BC: Segment CD: . See the instruction.Problem 413 Beam loaded as shown in Fig.

600 is also second degree. at x = 4 ft.Segment DE: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. MBC = -50x2 + 300x . at x = 6 ft. MAB = -200 lb·ft. or VBC =0 at 1 ft from B. at x = 2 ft. MCD = -600 lb·ft. 2.100x is also linear. 4. at x = 7 ft. at x = 2 ft. at x = 3 ft. MDE = 300 lb·ft. MBC = -150 lb·ft. MBC = -600 lb·ft. at x = 2 ft. The shear is uniformly distributed at -300 lb along segments CD and DE. When VBC = 0. at x = 0. 3. MAB = -50x2 is a second degree curve. . VAB = -100x is linear. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. at x = 8 ft. VBC = 300 . MDE = 0. MBC = -200 lb·ft. 3. at x= 0. VAB = 0. MAB = 0. at x = ft. at x = 6 ft. MDE = -300x + 2400 is again linear. x = 3 ft. VAB = 200 lb. VBC = -300 lb. MCD = -300x + 1200 is linear. VBC = 100 lb. at x = 7 ft. 2. MCD = -900 lb·ft.

com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem413-shear-and-moment-diagrams Problem 414 Cantilever beam carrying the load shown in Fig. P-414.LINK http://www. Solution 414 Segment AB: Segment BC: .mathalino. See the instruction.

MAB = -4 kN·m. VAB = -4 kN. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. at x = 2 m. at x = 2 m. MAB = -x2 is a second degree curve. VBC = -4 kN. at x = 2 m.1/3 (x . at x = 5 m.To draw the Shear Diagram: 1.mathalino. LINK http://www. VAB = 0. VAB = -2x is linear. MBC = -x2 -1/9 (x .2)3 is a third degree curve. MBC = -4 kN·m. VBC = -2x . 2. VBC = -13 kN.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem414-shear-and-moment-diagrams . at x = 0. MBC = -28 kN·m. at x = 2 m. at x = 0. 2. MAB = 0. at x = 5 m.2)2 is a second degree curve.

Problem 415 Cantilever beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-415. See the instruction. Solution 415 Segment AB: Segment BC: Segment CD: .

at x = 3 m. 2.5) + 40(x . V = -60 kN. LINK http://www. 3. at x = 3 m. Shear is uniform along segment CD at -20 kN. at x = 3 m.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem415-shear-and-moment-diagrams .1.5) for segment CD is also linear. at x = 0.1. 3. MAB = 0. VAB = -20x for segment AB is linear.To draw the Shear Diagram 1. VBC = -60 kN is uniformly distributed along segment BC. at x = 0. V = 0. MAB = -90 kN·m. MCD = -60(x . 2. To draw the Moment Diagram 1. MCD = 210 kN·m. MCD = -250 kN·m. MAB = -10x2 for segment AB is second degree curve.5) for segment BC is linear. at x = 5 m. at x = 5 m. MBC = -210 kN·m.mathalino. at x = 7 m. MBC = -90 kN·m. MBC = -60(x .

Solution 416 . P-416.Problem 416 Beam carrying uniformly varying load shown in Fig. See the instruction.

M = 0. M = Mmax.5774L) .com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem416-shear-and-moment-diagrams . 0 = 1/6 Lwo .wox2/2L.To draw the Shear Diagram: V = 1/6 Lwo . at x = a = 0. to check. If a is the location of zero shear from left end. at x = 0.0641L2wo LINK http://www.wox3/6L is a third degree curve. V = -1/3 Lwo = -R2.5774L = a.5774L To draw the Moment Diagram: M = 1/6 Lwox .0962L2wo . at x = L.0321L2wo Mmax = 0. Mmax = 1/6 Lwo(0. M = 0.mathalino. use the squared property of parabola: a2/R1 = L2/(R1 + R2) a2/(1/6 Lwo) = L2/(1/6 Lwo + 1/3 Lwo) a2 = (1/6 L3wo)/(1/2 Lwo) = 1/3 L2 a = 0.5774L)3/6L Mmax = 0.5774L.wo(0. V = 1/6 Lwo = R1.0. x = 0. at x = 0. at x = L.wox2/2L is a second degree curve.

Problem 417 Beam carrying the triangular loading shown in Fig. Solution 417 By symmetry: . See the instruction. P-417.

The other half of the diagram can be drawn by the concept of symmetry. The other half of the diagram can be drawn by the concept of symmetry. at x = 0. To draw the Moment Diagram M = Lwox/4 . at x = L/2. LINK http://www. V = Lwo/4.To draw the Shear Diagram: V = Lwo/4 .mathalino. Solution 418 Segment AB: .wox2/L is a second degree curve. P-418. at x = 0. M = 0. at x = L/2.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem417-shear-and-moment-diagrams Problem 418 Cantilever beam loaded as shown in Fig. V = 0. M = L2wo/12. See the instruction.wox3/3L is a third degree curve.

MAB = -80 kN·m. when x = 4 m.mathalino. when x = 4 m. MAB = 0. 2. when x = 0. MBC = 0. MAB = -20x is linear. MBC = -60 kN·m LINK http://www.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem418-shear-and-moment-diagrams . To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. when x = 6 m. MBC = -20x + 80 is also linear.Segment BC: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. VAB and VBC are equal and constant at -20 kN.

P-419.Problem 419 Beam loaded as shown in Fig. See the instruction. Solution .

VAB = -360 lb.22. at x = 0.5x2 is a second degree curve. VAB = 450 lb. VAB = 450 .Segment AB: Segment BC: To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. at x = 6 ft. At x = a. . VAB = 0. 2.

MAB = 1080 lb·ft. at x = 6 ft. at x = 9 ft. MBC = 0.450 . MAB = 450x .com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem419-shear-and-moment-diagrams . a2/450 = 62/(450 + 360) a2 = 20 a = ¥20 3.5x2 = 0 22. at x = 0. 2. VBC = -360 lb is constant. MAB = 0.5x3 for segment AB is third degree curve. MBC = 3240 . MBC = 1080 lb·ft.22. at x = 6 ft. LINK http://www. MAB = 1341.64 lb·ft.mathalino. use the squared property of parabola.5x2 = 450 x2 = 20 x = ¥20 To check.360x for segment BC is linear.7. at x = ¥20. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1.

Solution 420 First segment (from 0 to 4 ft from left): . P-420.Problem 420 A total distributed load of 30 kips supported by a uniformly distributed reaction as shown in Fig. See the instruction.

3. M2 = 12000 lb·ft. The next half of the diagram. at mid-span. at x = 0. M2 = 750x2 . at x = 4 ft. To draw the Moment Diagram: 1. M2 = 30000 lb·ft. from x = 10 ft to x = 20 ft. M1 = 750x2 is a second degree curve. For the first segment. the shear diagram can be accomplished by the concept of symmetry. V2 = 10000 . an downward parabola.Second segment (from 4 ft to mid-span): To draw the Shear Diagram: 1. 2. For the next half of the beam. V1 = 1500x is linear. For the second segment. V1 = 0. V1 = 0. 2. at x = 4 ft. M1 = 12000 lb·ft. can be drawn by using the concept of symmetry. V1 = 6000 lb. For the second segment. at x = 0. at x = 4 ft. x = 10 ft. V1 = 6000 lb. For the first segment.1000x is also linear. 3. M1 = 0.1250(x . an open upward parabola. at x = 4 ft. at mid-span.4)2 is a second degree curve. . x = 10 ft.

com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem420-shear-and-moment-diagrams Problem 421 Write the shear and moment equations as functions of the angle shown in Fig. for the built-in arch Solution 421 For that is less than 90° Components of Q and P: .LINK http://www. P-421.mathalino.

Shear: answer Moment arms: Moment: answer For that is greater than 90° Components of Q and P: .

Shear: answer Moment arms: Moment: answer LINK http://www.com/reviewer/mechanics-and-strength-of-materials/solution-to-problem421-shear-and-moment-equations .mathalino.

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