menu
bartleby
search
close search
Hit Return to see all results
close solutoin list

A compound beam (see figure) has an internal moment release just to the left of B and a shear release just to the right of C Reactions have been computed at A, C, and D and are shown in the figure. First, confirm the reaction expressions using statics; then plot shear (V) and moment (W) diagrams. Label all critical Fand M values and also the distance to points where either V and/or M are zero.

BuyFindarrow_forward

Mechanics of Materials (MindTap Co...

9th Edition
Barry J. Goodno + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337093347
BuyFindarrow_forward

Mechanics of Materials (MindTap Co...

9th Edition
Barry J. Goodno + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337093347
Chapter 4, Problem 4.5.34P
Textbook Problem
315 views

A compound beam (see figure) has an internal moment release just to the left of B and a shear release just to the right of C Reactions have been computed at A, C, and D and are shown in the figure.

First, confirm the reaction expressions using statics; then plot shear (V) and moment (W) diagrams. Label all critical Fand M values and also the distance to points where either V and/or M are zero.

  Chapter 4, Problem 4.5.34P, A compound beam (see figure) has an internal moment release just to the left of B and a shear

To determine

To draw : All supports for the given beam ABC and a rod CD and along with it diagrams of axial force, shear and moment for AB with the distance points where any critical ordinates is zero.

Explanation of Solution

Given Information:

We have the compound beam with internal moment release just to the left of point B and a shear release just to the right of point C shown in below diagrams.

The compound beam has a shear and moment release as below:

Below is the figure representing the segment portion AB of beam.

  Fy=0w0L6VB=0VB=w0L6

In the same manner for segment BC,

At point C, taking a moment,

  MC=0MC+w0(L2)(L4)=0MC=w0L2w0L6(L2)MC=w0L2(18112)MC=w0L224

For the segment CD of the beam,

At point C, taking the moment,

  MC=0MCw0L4(L2)+12w0(L2)(23×L2)=0MC=w0L28w0L212MC=w0L224

Now let us consider point E which is a point at distance b from point B where shear force is zero and the shear-force diagram is as shown below:

Still sussing out bartleby?

Check out a sample textbook solution.

See a sample solution

The Solution to Your Study Problems

Bartleby provides explanations to thousands of textbook problems written by our experts, many with advanced degrees!

Get Started

Chapter 4 Solutions

Mechanics of Materials (MindTap Course List)
Show all chapter solutions
add
Ch. 4 - A beam ABCD with a vertical arm CE is supported as...Ch. 4 - A simply supported beam AB supports a trapezoid...Ch. 4 - Beam ABCD represents a reinforced-concrete...Ch. 4 - Find shear (V) and moment (M) at x = 3L/4 for the...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment M at...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment Mat...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment Mat...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment M at...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment M at...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment M at...Ch. 4 - A cable with force P is attached to a frame at A...Ch. 4 - Find expressions for shear force V and moment M at...Ch. 4 - A cable with force P is attached to a frame at D...Ch. 4 - Frame ABCD carries two concentrated loads (2P at T...Ch. 4 - Frame ABC has a moment release just left of joint...Ch. 4 - The simply supported beam ABCD is loaded by a...Ch. 4 - The centrifuge shown in the figure rotates in a...Ch. 4 - Draw the shear-Force and bending-moment diagrams...Ch. 4 - A simple beam AB is subjected to a counter...Ch. 4 - Draw the shear-force and bending-moment diagrams...Ch. 4 - The cantilever beam AB shown in the figure is...Ch. 4 - Cantilever beam AB carries an upward uniform load...Ch. 4 - The simple beam AB shown in the figure is...Ch. 4 - A simple beam AB subjected to couples M1and 3M2...Ch. 4 - A simply supported beam ABC is loaded by a...Ch. 4 - A simply supported beam ABC is loaded at the end...Ch. 4 - A beam ABC is simply supported at A and B and has...Ch. 4 - Beam ABCD is simply supported at B and C and has...Ch. 4 - Draw the shear-force and bending-moment diagrams...Ch. 4 - The simple beam AB supports a triangular load of...Ch. 4 - The beam AB shown in the figure supports a uniform...Ch. 4 - A cantilever beam AB supports a couple and a...Ch. 4 - The cantilever beam A B shown in the figure is...Ch. 4 - Beam ABC has simple supports at .A and B. an...Ch. 4 - Beam ABC with an overhang at one end supports a...Ch. 4 - Consider the two beams shown in the figures. Which...Ch. 4 - The three beams in the figure have the same...Ch. 4 - The beam ABC shown in the figure is simply...Ch. 4 - A simple beam AB is loaded by two segments of...Ch. 4 - Two beams (see figure) are loaded the same and...Ch. 4 - The beam A BCD shown in the figure has overhangs...Ch. 4 - A beam ABCD with a vertical arm CE is supported as...Ch. 4 - Beams ABC and CD are supported at A,C, and D and...Ch. 4 - The simple beam ACE shown in the figure is...Ch. 4 - A beam with simple supports is subjected to a...Ch. 4 - A beam of length L is designed to support a...Ch. 4 - The compound beam ABCDE shown in the figure...Ch. 4 - Draw the shear-force and bending-moment diagrams...Ch. 4 - The shear-force diagram for a simple beam is shown...Ch. 4 - The shear-force diagram for a beam is shown in the...Ch. 4 - A compound beam (see figure) has an internal...Ch. 4 - A compound beam (see figure) has an shear release...Ch. 4 - A simple beam AB supports two connected wheel...Ch. 4 - The inclined beam represents a ladder with the...Ch. 4 - Beam ABC is supported by a tie rod CD as shown....Ch. 4 - A plane frame (see figure) consists of column AB...Ch. 4 - The plane frame shown in the figure is part of an...

Additional Engineering Textbook Solutions

Find more solutions based on key concepts
Show solutions add
List three safety precautions to observe when operating a vertical band saw.

Precision Machining Technology (MindTap Course List)

What are some of the characteristics of a virtual team?

Principles of Information Systems (MindTap Course List)

How do you translate business rules into data model components?

Database Systems: Design, Implementation, & Management

How many ft3 and pounds of natural gas could be saved if we were to increase the average efficiency of power pl...

Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Engineering (MindTap Course List)

Explain pulse with modulation.

Electric Motor Control

List examples of programmer/developer certifications. List jobs that may require, or jobholders who may benefit...

Enhanced Discovering Computers 2017 (Shelly Cashman Series) (MindTap Course List)

What is the purpose of using ceramic backup tapes on groove welds?

Welding: Principles and Applications (MindTap Course List)

If your motherboard supports ECC DDR3 memory, can you substitute non-ECC DDR3 memory?

A+ Guide to Hardware (Standalone Book) (MindTap Course List)

What is the fundamental distinction between a node and a host?

Network+ Guide to Networks (MindTap Course List)