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Given information: The uniform cross section is (50×150) mm. Calculation: Sketch the free body...Given information: The unstretched length is 2l. The vertical load is P. Calculation: Sketch the...Given information: The outer diameter of the steel pipe (do) is 12 in. The thickness of the steel...Given information: The load P acting on the beam is 4 kN. Consider the radius of the semi-circular...Show the free-body diagram of the entire beam as in Figure 1. Determine the vertical reaction at...Given information: The spacing between the nails is s=75 mm. The allowable shearing in each nail is...Given information: The outer diameter of the steel pipe is do=12 in.. The thickness of the plate is...Given information: The allowable bending stress σall is 24 ksi. The shear stress τall is 14.5 ksi....Calculation: Show the free body diagram of the beam as in Figure 1. Calculate the reaction (RA) at...

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