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Bending moment is INTERNAL, moment is EXTERNAL. BM for RHS of beam: M = Fr = -(6*3) = -18 kNm. Procedure to find BM at any cross-section in the beam: Cut beam thru that section, then add moments for the Q1: If distance a=7.8m and Force b=9.3kN, find the maximum bending moment.

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Calculate the reactions at the supports of a beam, automatically plot the Bending Moment, Shear Force and Axial Force Diagrams. ... Start Magnitude (kN/m):

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The maximum bending moment is 525 Nm at 3 m from the left end. The bending stress is given by the formula σ = My/I The beam dimensions are B = 50 mm D = 100 mm Remember to work in metres. Calculate the second moment of area I = BD3/12 = 4.167 x 10-6 m4 The maximum value of y is the distance from the middle to the top y = D/2 = 0.05 m

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December 25, 2016 in Mechanics: Statics tagged Cartesian Vector Form / Engineering Mechanics: Statics / Forces The beam is subjected to the two forces shown. Express each force in Cartesian vector form and determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles of the resultant force. 25% 0% 15% ⇒ The modulus of elasticity for mild steel is approximately equal to 10 kN/mm2 80 kN/mm2 100 kN/mm2 210 kN/mm2 ⇒ A body is subjected to a tensile stress of 1200 MPa on one plane and another tensile stress of 600 MPa on a plane at right angles to the former. It is also subjected to a shear stress of 400 MPa on the same planes.

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For example, to find out how many meters per second is 25 miles per hour, divide (25 * 1609.344) by 3600, that makes 11.176 meters per second equals to 25 miles per hour. 1 knot is equal to one nautical mile (1.852 km/h) per hour. It is symbolized as kn.