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Lecture 5

LECTURE 5 TOPICS

I. Beam Deflections

Introduction

Method of Superposition

Virtual Work Principle for Rigid Bodies

Virtual Work Method for Deflections

Castiglianos Theorem for Deflections

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Lecture 5

Beam Deflections

Recall in ES 13

2. Area Moment Method

In CE 14

1. Method of Superposition

2. Method of Virtual Work

3. Castiglianos Theorem for Beam Deflections

4. Conjugate Beam Method

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Lecture 5-1

Consider the beam shown below,

FBD:

w

3L/2

M=

5wL2/18

L/3

y

x

V = wL/3

Due to M

Due to V

Due to w

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Note that the deflection is the algebraic sum of the

Therefore, the

deflection of a beam is the sum of the deflections produced

by the individual loads. This makes the superposition

method very useful when solving deflections.

Due to M

Due to V

Due to w

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Example 1

4wL/25

free end given the following:

w = 800 lb/ft,

L = 6 ft,

E = 30 x 106 psi and

I = 100 in4.

A

3L/2

C

L

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Example 1

Beam 1

Solution:

Given Beam

4wL/25

C

A1

A

C

A

A

Beam 2

B

3L/2

4wL/25

L

A2

Required: A = A1 + A 2

Example 1

Beam 1

Solution:

For Beam 1:

1. Get B and B

A1

Formulas: Case 2

A

4

B =

wL

8 EI

wL3

B =

6 EI

3L/2

(zero internal moment)

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Example 1

Beam 1

Solution:

For Beam 1:

1. Get B and B

Formulas: Case 2

wL3

wL4

B =

B =

6 EI

8EI

A1 d

A

3L/2

2. Compute for d

tan B B =

(zero internal moment)

d

(small angles)

3L 2

wL4

wL3 3L

d = ( B )(3L 2) =

=

4 EI

6 EI 2

Example 1

Beam 1

Solution:

For Beam 1:

3. Solve for A1

A1 = B + d

wL4 wL4

=

+

8 EI 4 EI

=

3 wL4

8 EI

A1 d

A

3L/2

(zero internal moment)

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Example 1

Beam 2

Solution:

4wL/25

For Beam 2:

A2

Formula: Case 1

max =

PL3

3EI

A

3L/2

But

4wL

25

3L

=

+ L = 2 .5 L

2

Pactual =

Lactual

A2 =

(4 wL 25)(2.5L )3

3EI

4

5 wL

6 EI

Example 1

Given Beam

Solution:

4wL/25

Total Deflection:

A = A1 + A 2

3 wL4 5 wL4

=

+

8 EI 6 EI

4

3 5 (800 (1 12 ))(6 12)

=

6

(30 x10 )(100)

8 6

= 0.722"

A = 0.722"

A

A

B

3L/2

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Example 2

w

wL2/2

left end C. EI is constant.

C

L/2

L/2

Given Beam

B

A

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

C

A

M=

wL2/2

wL2/2

C

V=0

A

of Roller A

L/2

B

V=

wL/2

A

M=

wL2/2

V=0

A

B

B

M=

wL2/8

L

A

L/2

B

B

V=

wL/2

M=

wL2/8

B

of Hinge B

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Given Beam

B

A

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

C

L/2

L/2

A

wL2/2

M=

wL2/2

V=

wL/2

A

D

M=

wL2/8

Beam 1

Beam 4

Beam AB

with Fixed Support

due to M

with Fixed Support

due to M

Given Beam

B

A

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

M=

wL2/2

Beam 2

L/2

L

A

L/2

B

w

wL2/2

V=

wL/2

Beam 1

Beam 4

Beam 3

M=

wL2/8

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Given Beam

B

A

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

Only beams 1, 2 and 3

will have an effect on

left end deflection.

M=

wL2/2

Beam 2

L/2

L/2

A

A

wL2/2

V=

wL/2

Beam 1

Beam 4

B

M=

wL2/8

Beam 3

to the deflection of left end

due to fixed support.

Given Beam

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

C

L/2

wL2/2

1

C

2

C

M=

wL2/2

z

Beam 1

Therefore, deflection at C:

L/2

V=

wL/2

A

Beam 2

C = 1 + 2 + 3

3

C

z

A

M=

wL2/8

Beam 3

NOTE: Shear force V will not

contribute to left end deflection.

V goes directly to hinge B.

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Example 2

Solution:

Step 2: Apply Superposition

For Beam 1

Formula: Case 4

max =

L/2

wL2/2

1

ML2

2 EI

But

wL2

2

L

=

2

Beam 1

Lactual

(wL 2)(L 2)

M actual =

1 =

2 EI

4

1 =

wL

16 EI

wL4

16 EI

Example 2

Solution:

Step 2: Apply Superposition

Formula: Case 8

For Beam 2

=

M = L/2

wL2/2

z

2

But

A

L

(wL 2)(L )

2

2 =

tan 2 2 = 2

L2

2 = 2 (L 2)

wL2

2

=L

M actual =

Lactual

Beam 2

ML

3EI

3EI

wL3

6 EI

= (wL3 6 EI )( L 2 )

wL4

2 =

12 EI

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Example 2

Solution:

Step 2: Apply Superposition

Formula: Case 8

For Beam 3

L/2

3

C

V=

wL/2

But

A

Lactual

(wL 8)(L ) =

2

3 =

Beam 3

tan 3 3 = 3

L2

3 = 3 ( L 2 )

wL2

8

=L

M actual =

M=

wL2/8

ML

6 EI

6 EI

= (wL3 48EI )( L 2 )

wL4

3 =

96 EI

wL3

48EI

Given Beam

Example 2

Solution:

wL2/2

C

Compute deflection at C

C = 1 + 2 + 3

1 =

C =

wL4

16 EI

C

L/2

2 =

wL4

12 EI

3 =

A

L

L/2

wL4

96 EI

wL4

wL4

wL4

+

+

16 EI 12 EI 96 EI

C =

5 wL4

32 EI

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Example 3

w

point midway between the

supports of the beam in terms

of w, L, E and I.

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

Given Beam

A

w

Example 3

Solution:

Step 1: Breakdown Given Beam

Applying Method of Sections at

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

A-A

A

A

V=0

V=0

wL2/16

A

B

M=

A wL2/16

M=

wL2/16 A

of Roller B

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Given Beam

A

w

Example 3

Solution:

Step 1: Breakdown Given Beam

Simplify all beam segments

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

L

A

w

wL2/16

A

B

M=

wL2/16

Beam 3

Left End replaced

with Fixed Support

due to M

Given Beam

A

w

Example 3

Solution:

Step 1: Breakdown Given Beam

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

Beam 1

B

wL2/16

C

Beam 2

Beam 3

M=

wL2/16

with Fixed Support

due to M

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Given Beam

A

w

Example 3

Solution:

Step 1: Breakdown Given Beam

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

Beam 1

B

wL2/16

C

Beam 2

Beam 3

Beam 3 will not contribute to

the deflection at a point

midway between supports.

M=

wL2/16

Given Beam

A

w

Example 3

Solution:

Step 1: Breakdown Given Beam

wL2/16

A

C

L/3

L

A

w

A

Beam 1

Therefore, at mid-supports:

Beam 2

B

M=

wL2/16

mid = 1 + 2

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Example 3

Solution:

Step 2: Apply Superposition

For Beam 1

Formula: Case 7

center =

w

A

B

1

5wL4

384 EI

So

1 =

5wL4

384 EI

5wL4

384 EI

Beam 1

Example 3

Solution:

Step 2: Apply Superposition

For Beam 2

Formula: Case 8

center = +

A

B

M=

wL2/16

ML2

16 EI

So

(wL

16)L2

wL4

=

16 EI

256 EI

2

2 = +

Beam 2

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Given Beam

Example 3

Solution:

wL2/16

Compute deflection at mid-supports

mid = 1 + 2

1 =

mid =

5wL4

384 EI

2 =

mid

L

C

L/3

wL4

256 EI

7 wL4

5wL4

wL4

=

+

768 EI

384 EI 256 EI

mid =

7 wL4

768EI

Deflection at Mid-Supports

Lecture 5-2

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Consider a body in equilibrium,

Work Done Virtual Work

P3

P2

From the principle of conservation

of energy, the virtual change in

external work is equal to the virtual

change in the internal elements of a

body.

P1

(for elastic systems)

Application: Deformation at Point A

Steps:

1. Apply virtual force P

at the point in

consideration and

along the required

direction.

2. Apply the real loads.

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From the figure,

Therefore,

From the figure,

where,

- real deflection of a

point in the direction of

the applied virtual unit

force

u - internal forces

caused by virtual unit

force

dL - real deformation

of a body

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For beams,

VIRTUAL

REAL

M

dx

dx

Procedure for Analysis:

STEP 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Place a virtual unit load on the beam at the point and directed along

the deflection.

If the slope is to be determined, place a virtual unit couple moment

at the point.

Establish appropriate x coordinate/s.

With the virtual load in place and all the real loads removed from

the beam, calculate the internal moment, m, as a function of x.

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Procedure for Analysis:

STEP 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

Using the same x coordinate/s, determine the internal moment M

The moment function M should have the same positive direction

as the moment function m.

Apply the equation of virtual work to determine the desired

deflection or slope.

respectively. Negative value means opposite direction.

Example 1

w

Uniform Load w and Length L.

EI is constant.

B

L

Determine:

The deflection at point B of the

beam shown.

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Example 1

Actual Beam

w

Solution:

Step 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Required is B. Place a unit load at B.

B

L

Set-up moment function, m

Virtual Loads

m = 1 x 0

1

m = 1 x = 1( x ) = x

B

L

Example 1

Actual Beam

w

Solution:

Step 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Required is B. Place a unit load at B.

B

L

Set-up moment function, m

Virtual Loads

M = 0

m = x

0 = 1x + m

v

m

B

x

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Example 1

Actual Beam

w

Solution:

Step 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

Use the same coordinate axis, x

B

L

2. Using Method of Sections

Real Loads

M =

M =

w

x0

2

w 2

w 2

wx 2

x = (x) =

2

2

2

B

L

Example 1

Actual Beam

w

Solution:

Step 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

Use the same coordinate axis, x

B

L

2. Using Method of Sections

Using Method of Sections:

x

0 = wx + M

2 2

wx

M =

2

Real Loads

M = 0

x

w

M

B

x

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Example 1

Actual Beam

w

Solution:

Step 3: Virtual Work Equation

B

A

mM

B

dx

L

EI

L

( x )( wx 2 2)

B =

dx

EI

0

L

L

wx 3

wx 4

=

dx =

8EI 0

0 2 EI

4

Deflection is positive. Therefore, the assumed

wL

=

downwards virtual unit load is correct. Deflection

8EI

is in the same direction as the virtual unit load.

B =

Example 2

P

Concentrated Load P and

Length L. EI is constant.

B

L/2

L/2

Determine:

The slope at point B of the beam

shown.

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Example 2

Actual Beam

P

Solution:

Step 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Required is B. Place a unit moment

at B.

Define coordinate axis, x

Set-up moment function, m

m = +1 x

L

2

= x

L/2

L/2

Virtual Loads

L

2

Singularity cannot be removed.

1

C

B

L/2

L/2

Example 2

Actual Beam

P

Solution:

Step 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

Use the same coordinate axis, x

M = P x 0

L/2

L/2

Real Loads

P

M = P x = P( x ) = Px

1

x is always positive.

Singularity can be removed.

B

L/2

L/2

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Example 2

Actual Beam

Solution:

Step 3: Virtual Work Equation

C

mM

dx

B =

B

EI

L/2

0

L

x L 2 ( Px )

1

dx

B =

B

EI

0

L2

L

(0 )( Px )

(1)( Px )

=

dx +

dx

EI

EI

0

L2

L

2

PL2 P( L 2)

Px 2

3PL2

=

+

=

=

2 EI

2 EI

2 EI L 2

8 EI

A

L/2

B

Negative sign

indicates that the

computed slope is

opposite to the

direction of the

virtual moment.

Example 3

3 kip/ft

with overhang. E = 29(103) ksi,

I = 450 in4.

B

10 ft

20 ft

Determine:

The displacement at point A of

the beam shown.

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Example 3

Actual Beam

3 kip/ft

Solution:

Step 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Required is A. Place a unit load at A.

Two (2) x-coordinate axes will be

RC = 0.5 kip

Fy = 0

RB = 1.5 kip

20 ft

10 ft

moment function: x1 and x2 axes

Determine Reactions (if needed)

MB = 0

x1

Virtual Loads

x2

1

A

B

10 ft

RB

20 ft

RC

Example 3

Actual Beam

3 kip/ft

Solution:

Step 1: Set-up Virtual Moment, m

Set-up moment function, m1 and m2

A-B:

C-B:

m1 = 1 x1 0

m1 = x1

m2 = 0.5 x2

20 ft

10 ft

m2 = 0.5 x2 0

x1

Virtual Loads

x2

1

A

B

10 ft

1.5

20 ft

0.5

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Example 3

Actual Beam

3 kip/ft

Solution:

Step 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

A

Determine Reactions (if needed)

MB = 0

Fy = 0

20 ft

10 ft

RC = 27.5 kip

RB = 47.5 kip

Real Loads

3 kip/ft

x1

A

x2

B

10 ft

RB

20 ft

RC

Example 3

Actual Beam

3 kip/ft

Solution:

Step 2: Set-up Real Moment, M

Set-up moment function, M1 and M2

A-B:

C-B:

M1 =

(3 10)

6 3

M 1 = 0.05x1

20 ft

10 ft

x1 0

x1

Real Loads

3 kip/ft

x2

M 2 = +27.5 x2 0

3

2

x2 0

2

2

M 2 = 27.5 x2 1.5 x2

B

10 ft

47.5

20 ft

27.5

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Example 3

Actual Beam

3 kip/ft

Solution:

Step 3: Virtual Work Equation

A

A

C

mM

dx

B

EI

B

B

20 ft

10 ft

m1M 1

mM

=

dx1 + 2 2 dx2

EI

A EI

C

10

20

( x1 )( 0.05x13 )

( 0.5 x2 )(27.5 x2 1.5 x2 2 )

=

dx1 +

dx2

EI

EI

0

0

3

5666.7 kip ft 3 5666.7 kip ft 3 (12 in ft )

=

= 0.750 in

=

EI

[29(103 )kip in 2 ]450 in 4

A =

= 0.750 in

the opposite direction as the virtual unit load.

Lecture 5-3

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Consider the beam shown below,

P1

1

1

P1 y 1 +

P2 y 2

2

2

Eq. 1

After increasing P1 by P1 ,

1

U = P1y1 + P1y1 + P2 y2

2

P2

P1

U =

Theorem

y1

y2

y1

Eq. 2

y2

of the loads, i.e. P1 first followed by

P1 and P2 ,

P1

P1

1

1

1

U + U = P1y1 + P1 y1 + P1 y1 + P2 y2

2

2

2

y1

Eq. 3

Since the strain energy is

independent of the order of loading,

equating 3 to the sum of 1 & 2:

P1 y 1 = P1 y 1 + P2 y 2

Eq. 4

1

P1 y 1 + P1 y 1

2

U

1

=

y1 + y1

P1

2

U

=

P1

lim

P1 0

U

= y1

P1

y 1 0 when

P1 0

U =

y1

Theorem

1

1

P1 y 1 +

P2 y 2

2

2

Eq. 1

1

P1y1 + P1y1 + P2 y2 Eq. 2

2

U + U =

U =

U =

1

1

1

P1y1 + P1 y1 + P1 y1 + P2 y2

2

2

2

Eq. 3

Eq. 5

or in general case,

U

= yi

Pi

Eq. 6

Castiglianos Thm.

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Theorem

strain energy wrt a concentrated external load is the deflection of

a structure at the point of application and in the direction of that

load.

U

M

and resulting rotations,

= i

i

load, a dummy load is introduced at the desired point acting in the

proper direction.

Strain Energy U:

Wk = Pd

P2

change in energy of the material

2

U = Wk = Pd

P = A

= A L d

= AL d

0

U=

AL 2

d

E 0

= E

d = d

P2

2

U = AL

2E

P

P1

= L

0

2

0

Theorem

Elastic Strain

Energy

Volume

E

Therefore,

U =

2E

dV

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=

For a beam,

1

U =

2E

U =

1

2E

My

I

Theorem

U =

Note,

1

U =

2E

M2

2

I

M

I

2E

dV

My

V I dV

L

dV = dAdx

axis of the beam

y 2 dA dx

yi =

dx

Using equation 6:

1

U

=

Pi

2E

yi =

U

= yi

Pi

U

1

=

Pi

E

2 M M

dx

I

Pi

L

0

M M

dx

I Pi

Theorem

1

E

M M

dx

I M '

slope is being determined

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Theorem

STEP 1: External Force P or Couple Moment M

Place a force P on the beam at the point and directed along the line

If the slope of the tangent is to be determined, place a couple

moment M at the point.

Assume that both P and M have a variable magnitude.

Theorem

STEP 2: Internal Moments, M

Establish appropriate x coordinate/s.

Calculate the internal moments M as a function of P or M and the

moment. Otherwise, set P and M equal to zero.

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Theorem

STEP 3: Castiglianos Theorem

Apply Castiglianos Theorem to determine the desired deflection

or slope .

If the resultant sum of all the definite integrals is positive, or is

is opposite to P and M.

Theorem

Example 1

P

concentrated load P in terms

of P, L, E and I.

C

L/5

4L/5

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Example 1

Theorem

Actual Beam

Solution:

Deflection)

need to add additional P.

C

4L/5

L/5

Example 1

Theorem

Actual Beam

Solution:

A

Get reactions (if necessary)

MB = 0

4L/5

L/5

4

4L

RA = P

RA ( L ) P = 0

RB

RA

5

5

Moment Function, M

1

L

1

L

4

4

M = + P x 0 P x

= P x P x

5

5

5

5

M 4

L

= x x

P 5

5

NOTE: Do not set P = 0 since there is a force acting at point C where

deflection is required.

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Example 1

Theorem

Actual Beam

Solution:

C =

1 L M

M P dx

EI 0

C

C

4L/5

L/5

L 4

L

1 L4

C =

Px P x x x dx

EI 0 5

5 5

5

2

2

2

P L4

L

4

P L 4

L

L

=

x

x

dx

=

x

x

x

x

dx

EI 0 5

5

5

5

5

EI 0 5

2

2

P L4

P L8

L

P L

L

16 PL3

=

x

dx

x

x

dx

+

x

dx

C =

EI 0 5

EI 0 5

5

EI 0

5

1875 EI

2

P L 16 2

P L8

L

P L

L

Deflection is in the

=

x dx

x x dx +

x dx

same direction as P.

EI 0 25

EI L 5 5

5

EI L 5

5

Theorem

Example 2

3200 lb/ft

left end when E = 10(106) psi,

I = 100 in4.

A

4

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Example 2

Theorem

Actual Beam

3200 lb/ft

Solution:

Step 1: External Force P (Required:

Deflection)

P

C

direction as downwards.

Theorem

Actual Beam

x

Solution:

3200 lb/ft

Establish x coordinate axis.

Example 2

MB = 0

4

4

8

RB

RA

4

RA (12) P(16) 3200(4) = 0

2

4

6400

RA = P +

3

3

Moment Function, M

3200

2

6400

1

1

4

x 12

M = P x 0 + P +

x4

2

3

3

M

4

2

6400

4

= x + x 4

M = Px + P +

x 4 1600 x 12

P

3

3

3

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Example 2

Theorem

Actual Beam

x

Solution:

3200 lb/ft

P=0

Set P = 0

6400

4

M = Px + P +

x4

3

3

A

4

RA

RB

1600 x 12

6400

M =

x 4 1600 x 12

3

M

4

= x + x 4

P

3

x

Example 2

3200 lb/ft

P=0

Solution:

Step 3: Castiglianos Theorem

Theorem

1 L M

4

8

M P dx

RA

EI 0

1 16 6400

4

2

C =

x 4 1600 x 12 x + x 4 dx

EI 0 3

3

C =

1 16 6400

6400 4

4

2

2

3 x x 4 + 1600 x x 12 + 3 3 x 4 1600 3 x 12

EI 0

RB

x 4 dx

1 16 6400

1 16

2

x( x 4 )dx +

1600 x( x 12) dx

EI 4

3

EI 12

193422.222

1 16 6400 4

1 16

4

2

2

+

( x 4) dx

1600 ( x 12 ) ( x 4 )dx =

EI 4 3

3

EI 12

3

EI

39

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x

Example 2

193422.222

EI

193422.222 (12 in ft )

2

lb 12in

1 ft

10 x10 2

100in 4

in 1 ft

12in

1 L M

M P dx

EI 0

3200 lb/ft

Solution:

C =

Theorem

RA

RB

= 0.334 in = 0.334 in

Deflection is upwards.

Computed deflection is

negative which means it

is opposite the direction

of P.

Theorem

Example 3

P

Concentrated Load P and

Length L. EI is constant.

B

L/2

L/2

Determine:

The slope at point B of the beam

shown.

40

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Example 3

Theorem

Actual Beam

P

Solution:

Step 1: External Couple Moment M

(Required: Slope)

M

C

counterclockwise.

L/2

L/2

Example 3

Theorem

Actual Beam

x

P

Solution:

M

C

L/2

Moment Function, M

1

M = P x 0 + M ' x

L

L

= Px + M ' x

2

2

L/2

M

L

= x

M '

2

Set M = 0

M = Px

M

L

= x

M '

2

41

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Example 3

Theorem

Actual Beam

x

P

Solution:

Step 3: Castiglianos Theorem

1 L M

B =

dx

M

EI 0 M '

0

1 L

L

(

)

B =

Px

x

dx

EI 0

2

A

B

L/2

L/2

1

1

Px 2

( Px ) x L dx = 1 ( Px ) dx = 1

EI L 2

2

EI 2 L 2

EI L 2

Always equal to 1.

1 PL2 P( L 2)

=

+

EI 2

2

= 3 PL

8 EI

that the slope is opposite to

the direction of the couple

moment M.

M

B

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