A simply supported 2 x 4 beam spans 10 feet. It is designed to handle two...
For the next two problems use the following information: A simply supported Douglas fir wood beam is designed to carry a concentrated load P of 1250 lbr in the center. The distance L between supports is 96 inches. For the beam cross sectional area given below, determine the moment of inertia and deflection. Douglas fir has the following properties: Modulus of Elasticity 1.76 x 100 psi, Density 34 lbm/ff3 Beam dimensions are: Web thickness tw 0.875 in, flange thickness t...
14.54 A simply supported rectangular beam with a span of 6 ft has a concentrated load of 4.1 kip at midspan. Se- lect the lightest rectangular wood beam that can safely support the loads (neglect the weight of the beam). The allowable stress in bending is 1200 psi and in shear parallel to the grain 100 psi 14.54 A simply supported rectangular beam with a span of 6 ft has a concentrated load of 4.1 kip at midspan. Se- lect...
A 5-m-long simply supported timber beam carries two concentrated loads as shown dimensions of the beam are shown a) At section a-a e the magnitude of the shear stress in the beam at point H. -7748 KNIm in the beam at point K the beam, at any location within the 5-m span length. V occurs in the beam at any location within the 5-m span length.)diagr. the magnitude of the shear stress (b) At section a-a, (e) Determine the maximum...
The W33 x221 steel simply supported beam is loaded with concentrated loads and uniform load as shown with the load P= 150kip and w = 10kip/ft. For this beam do the following; a) Draw the shear and bending moment diagram b) Calculate the maximum compressive and tensile stress c) Calculate the maximum shear stress P Р 3 ft 3 ft w 10 ft
A simply supported beam has a cross section of 2 in. wide by 6 in. tall. It is loaded by two vertical 8,000 lb forces acting at 4 ft from the ends of the beam. a.) Determine the maximum bending stress, psi, in the beam b.) Determine the maximum transverse shear stress, in psi, in the beam Cross section 8,000 lb 8,000 16 bh3 12 II 4 feet 6 feet 4 feet 2 inches
A simply supported beam with a length of 21 feet with loading is shown below. The uniform load has a magnitude of 420 pounds per foot (plf). The point loads each have a magnitude of 6 kips. The point loads are located at 1/3 points of the beam (i.e. 7 feet from each end of the beam). Determine: a. Location and magnitude of maximum moment b. Maximum shear c. Location and magnitude of maximum deflection. E = 1.8 x106 psi....
The flexural strength of a simply supported prismatic beam with depth ‘d’, width ‘b’ and span ‘L’ is determined using a four-point bending test. Two equal loads of value ‘P’ are placed at a distance of L/3 and 2L/3 from the support. a. Calculate the reaction forces at the supports. b. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam. c. What is the location of the maximum moment on the beam? What is the value of the maximum moment?...
(1 point) A simply supported steel beam shown below Click on the image to enlarge is 64 inches long is designed to carry a load of 500 pounds in the center. It has a solid box cross-section as shown b Click on the image to enlarge where b = 2.25 inches and h = 6 inches. Steel has the following material properties: Modulus of Elasticity = 30x10 psi and Density = 490 lbmlft. Determine the moment of inertia, deflection, volume,...
Q2. A simply supported beam AB (Figure 2) supports a uniformly distributed load of q = 18kN/m and a concentrated load of P = 23kN at the centre. Consider length of the beam, L = 3m, Young's modulus, E = 200GPa and moment of inertial, I = 30 x 10 mm-. Assume the deflection of the beam can be expressed by elastic curve equations of the form: y(x) = Ax4 + Bx3 + Cx2 + Dx + E. 1) Sketch...
Question 1 (6.7 points) AW12 x 50 steel beam is used as a simply supported beam on span of 24 feet. The beam supports a uniformly distributed load of 1000 lb/ft. Calculate the maximum bending stress. a) 9,560 psi Ob) 11,280 psi Oc) 13,460 psi d) none of the above Question 2 (6.7 points) Determine the number of 2 x 12's that need to be nailed together to build a beam that would support a uniform load of 500 lb/ft...