Calculate the shear flow in wall - flange areas, Mechanical Engineering

Calculate the shear flow in each wall of the fuselage section below. The flange areas are 1 sq in and the web thicknesses are 0.05 in. The material has modulus E = 10 mpsi and G = 4 mpsi.

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