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Limitations The equation σ ϭ P/A is valid only if the stress is uniformly distributed over the cross section of the bar. This condition is realized if the axial force P acts through the centroid of the cross-sectional area, as demonstrated later in this section. 5). However, in this book (as in common practice) it is understood that axial forces are applied at the centroids of the cross sections unless specifically stated otherwise. The uniform stress condition pictured in Fig. 1-20d exists throughout the length of the bar except near the ends.

To visualize the right-hand rule, imagine that you grasp an axis of coordinates with your right hand so that your fingers fold around the axis and your thumb points in the positive direction of the axis. Then a moment is positive if it acts about the axis in the same direction as your fingers. Copyright 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s).

Use properly drawn free-body diagrams in your solution. Fig. 1-10 4 3 Example 1-2: Beam static analysis for support reactions FB MA q1 A C B x a b Numerical data (Newtons and meters): a ϭ 3m b ϭ 2m MA ϭ 380 N # m FB ϭ 200 N q1 ϭ 160 N/m Solution (1) Draw the FBD of the overall beam. The solution for reaction forces at A and C must begin with a proper drawing of the FBD of the overall beam (Fig. 1-11). The FBD shows all applied and reactive forces. Fig. 1-11 b/2 Example 1-2: FBD of beam MA FB A (4/5)FB Fq1 (3/5)FB q1 C Ax B Ay a Cy b (2) Determine statically equivalent concentrated forces.

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