Mechanics of Materials (10th Edition)
Mechanics of Materials (10th Edition)
10th Edition
ISBN: 9780134319650
Author: Russell C. Hibbeler
Publisher: PEARSON
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Chapter 12.2, Problem 12.6P

Determine the elastic curve for the cantilevered beam, which is subjected to the couple moment M0. Also calculate the maximum slope and maximum deflection of the beam. El is constant.

Chapter 12.2, Problem 12.6P, Determine the elastic curve for the cantilevered beam, which is subjected to the couple moment M0.

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If it is...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the equation of the elastic curve, the...Ch. 12.3 - The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the equation of the elastic curve, the...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the equation of the elastic curve and...Ch. 12.3 - The shaft supports the two pulley loads. Determine...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the maximum deflection of the...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the slope at A and the deflection of end...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the maximum deflection in region AB of...Ch. 12.3 - Prob. 12.42PCh. 12.3 - Prob. 12.43PCh. 12.3 - Prob. 12.44PCh. 12.3 - Prob. 12.45PCh. 12.3 - Prob. 12.46PCh. 12.3 - Prob. 12.47PCh. 12.3 - Determine the value of a so that the displacement...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the displacement at C and the slope at...Ch. 12.3 - Determine the equations of the slope and elastic...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection of end A of the...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection of end A of the...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection of end A of the...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection at A of the...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.11FPCh. 12.4 - Determine the maximum deflection of the simply...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection at C. El is...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope and deflection at C. El is...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the deflection of end B of the...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.54PCh. 12.4 - The composite simply supported steel shaft is...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.56PCh. 12.4 - Prob. 12.57PCh. 12.4 - Determine the deflection at C and the slope of the...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the maximum deflection of the...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.60PCh. 12.4 - Determine the position a of the roller support B...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.62PCh. 12.4 - Determine the slope and the deflection of end B of...Ch. 12.4 - The two A-36 steel bars have a thickness of 1 in....Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope at A and the displacement at...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the deflection at C and the slopes at...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the maximum deflection within region AB....Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope at A and the maximum...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope at C and the deflection at B....Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope at A and the maximum...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the displacement of the 20-mm-diameter...Ch. 12.4 - The two force components act on the tire of the...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.73PCh. 12.4 - The rod is constructed from two shafts for which...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.75PCh. 12.4 - Determine the slope at point A and the maximum...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the position a of roller support B in...Ch. 12.4 - Determine the slope at B and deflection at C. El...Ch. 12.4 - Prob. 12.79PCh. 12.4 - Prob. 12.80PCh. 12.4 - Prob. 12.81PCh. 12.4 - Determine the maximum deflection of the beam. El...Ch. 12.5 - The W10 15 cantilevered beam is made of A-36...Ch. 12.5 - The W10 15 cantilevered beam is made of A-36...Ch. 12.5 - The W14 43 simply supported beam is made of A992...Ch. 12.5 - The W14 43 simply supported beam is made of A992...Ch. 12.5 - The W14 43 simply supported beam is made of A-36...Ch. 12.5 - The W14 43 simply supported beam is made of A-36...Ch. 12.5 - The W8 48 cantilevered beam is made of A-36 steel...Ch. 12.5 - The beam supports the loading shown. Code...Ch. 12.5 - The W24 104 A-36 steel beam is used to support...Ch. 12.5 - The W8 48 cantilevered beam is made of A-36 steel...Ch. 12.5 - The rod is pinned at its end A and attached to a...Ch. 12.5 - Prob. 12.94PCh. 12.5 - The pipe assembly consists of three equal-sized...Ch. 12.5 - The assembly consists of a cantilevered beam CS...Ch. 12.5 - Determine the smallest force F required to attract...Ch. 12.5 - Prob. 12.98PCh. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B,...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports, then draw...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports A, B, and...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B,...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B,...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the moment reactions at the supports A...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B,...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at the support A and B. EI...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the reactions at roller support A and...Ch. 12.7 - Determine the moment reactions at the supports A...Ch. 12.7 - The beam has a constant E1I1 and is supported by...Ch. 12.7 - The beam is supported by a pin at A, a roller at...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the moment reactions at the supports A...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the reaction at the supports, then draw...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the vertical reaction at the journal...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B,...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the reactions at the supports. EI is...Ch. 12.8 - Determine the vertical reaction at the journal...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the fixed support A and...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the fixed support A and...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the fixed support A and...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reaction at the roller B. EI is...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reaction at the roller B. EI is...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reaction at the roller support B if...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the journal bearing...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the supports, then draw...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the supports, then draw...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B....Ch. 12.9 - The beam is used to support the 20-kip load....Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B....Ch. 12.9 - Determine the reactions at the supports A and B....Ch. 12.9 - Before the uniform distributed load is applied to...Ch. 12.9 - The fixed supported beam AB is strengthened using...Ch. 12.9 - The beam has a constant E1I1, and is supported by...Ch. 12.9 - The beam is supported by the bolted supports at...Ch. 12.9 - Each of the two members is made from 6061-T6...Ch. 12.9 - The beam is made from a soft linear elastic...Ch. 12.9 - The beam AB has a moment of inertia I = 475 in4...Ch. 12.9 - The rim on the flywheel has a thickness t, width...Ch. 12.9 - Determine the moment developed in each corner....Ch. 12 - Determine the equation of the elastic curve. Use...Ch. 12 - Draw the bending-moment diagram for the shaft and...Ch. 12 - Determine the moment reactions at the supports A...Ch. 12 - Specify the slope at A and the maximum deflection....Ch. 12 - Determine the maximum deflection between the...Ch. 12 - Determine the slope at B and the deflection at C....Ch. 12 - Determine the reactions, then draw the shear and...Ch. 12 - El is constant.Ch. 12 - Using the method of superposition, determine the...
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