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Solution to Problem 669 | Deflections in Simply Supported Beams | Strength of Materials Review

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Solution to Problem 669 | Deflections in Simply Supported Beams
Problem 669
Compute the value of EIδ midway between the supports of the beam shown in Fig. P-669.
Solution 669
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ΣM
= 0
R2
12R
+ 3(6)(120) = 9(6)(120)
1
R 1 = 360 lb
ΣM
= 0
R1
12R
= 3(6)(120) + 15(6)(120)
2
R
= 1080 lb
2
By ratio and proportion:
a
4320
=
6
12
a = 2160 lb ⋅ ft
By squared property of parabola:
b
−8640
=
2
2
6
12

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Solution to Problem 669 | Deflections in Simply Supported Beams | Strength of Materials Review

b

= −2160 lb ⋅ ft

 
b = −2160 lb ⋅ ft  
 

¯

EI t

C/A

= (Are

a AC

) X

C

EI t

 

1

3

(6)(2160)(

3

) +

1 2 (12)(4320)(4) −

1

(12)(8640)(3)

 

C/A

=

2

3

EI t

C/A

=

6480 lb ⋅

ft 3

 

¯

EI t

B/A

= (Are

a AB

) X

B

EI t

 

1 2 (6a)(2) −

1

(6b)(

3

)

 

B/A

=

3

2

EI t

B/A

= 6a − 3b

 

EI t

B/A

= 6(2160) − 3(2160)

 

EI t

B/A

=

6480 lb ⋅

ft 3

With the values of EI t C/A and EI t B/A , it is obvious that the elastic curve is above

point B. The deflection at B (up or down) can also be determined by comparing the values of t B/A and y B2 .

By ratio and proportion:

 

y

B2

t C/A

 
 

6

=

12

y

B2

=

1 2 t C/A

 

EI y

B2

=

1 2 EI

t C/A

EI y

B2

=

1 2 (6480)

EI y

B2

= 3240

lb ⋅ ft 3

 

Since t B/A is greater than y B2 , the elastic curve is above point B as concluded previously.

 

Therefore,

 

EI δ

B

= EI

t B/A

EI

y B2

 

EI δ

B

= 6480 − 3240

 

EI δ

B

= 3240

lb ⋅ ft 3

 

answer

 

You can also find the value EI δ B by finding t A/C , t B/C , and y B1 . I encourage you to do it yourself.

 
 

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