Stress distribution in beams, Mechanical Engineering

Stress Distribution in Beams:

1. learn the section modulus of beams of several cross section.

2. found the normal force for partial beam section & its moment around the neutral axis.

3. Achieved the moment of resistance of a flitched beam & its equivalent section.

4. explained regarding the beams of uniform strength.

5. calculated the shear stress distribution in beams of several cross-section.

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