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Chapter 6, Problem 6.63P
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The cable of the suspension bridge spans L = 140 m with a sag H = 20 m . The cable supports a uniformly distributed load of w 0

N/m along the horizontal. If the maximum allowable force in the cable is 4 MN, determine the largest permissible value of w 0 .

Chapter 6, Problem 6.63P, The cable of the suspension bridge spans L=140m with a sag H=20m. The cable supports a uniformly

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