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9th Edition

Barry J. Goodno + 1 other

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337093347

Chapter 6, Problem 6.3.11P

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A beam is constructed of two angle sections, each L5 x 3 x 1/2, that reinforce a 2 x g (actual dimensions) wood plank (see the cross section shown in the figure). The modulus of elasticity for the wood is £_{w} = L2 X 10^{6} psi and for the steel is * E_{s}= *30 x 10

Find the allowable bending moment * M_{3}]_{[}_{c}_{m}_{}*for the beam if the allowable stress in the wood is

To determine

The allowable bending momentumM_{a}_{l}_{l}_{o}_{w}for the beam

**Given:** .

**Calculation:** .

The modular ratio is,

The centroidal distances is,

Substitute 0 for

The transformed moment of inertia is,

Substitute h, 3.5246 in. for

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