assignment , Civil Engineering

A cantilever beam is loaded with a concentrated. Force of 5kN at the free end. The length of the cantilever beam is 1m having cross section of 50×50mm. determine the equation for bending moment and using this equation find the deflection and slope equations for the beam.
Take E=200Gpa.
Posted Date: 1/23/2013 1:00:27 AM | Location : Qatar







Related Discussions:- assignment , Assignment Help, Ask Question on assignment , Get Answer, Expert's Help, assignment Discussions

Write discussion on assignment
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Explain about Bentonite slurry and polymeric slurry? For the construction of diaphragm walls, bentonite slurry is generally used to form a filter cake on walls of trenches t

A capital improvement project requires the installation of a property line fence along the 250-ft Northern boundary line.The decorative aluminum fence is constructed of posts space

Question What is key mechanism of defence by hot dip galvanizing ? Answer Hot dip galvanizing protects steel or iron from corrosion by- (i) It figures a metallic z

Design of the Aeration Basin Based on Solids Retention Time - sewer construction: You are provided the following information about a municipal wastewater treatment plant. That

what is taping

Explain the Coordinate System 1. A Benchmark provides only elevation data. 2. Coordinate System provides northing and easting coordinates within a defined system. 3. Coor

Define the Types of Transmission in Ultrasonic System? Types of Transmission Three Types of Transmission through the testing element is possible, namely: - Direct transmi

Light-weight Aggregate Prestressed Concrete The use of  light-weight aggregate concrete for prestressed concrete construction is well established. The main advantage of  light-

Define Radiography - Underwater Inspection of Bridge? Radiographic non-destructive examination of components is based on the phenomenon that materials absorb radiation energy a

Determine the term- Shrinkage of Concrete Shrinkage of concrete is primarily due to gradual loss of moisture which results in change in volume. The shrinkage of concrete depend