The ratio of deflection at the centre of a simply supported beam to a fixed (at both ends) beam under uniformly distributed load w kg/m will be (assuming the length and flexural rigidity of the beam is same for both case )
An increase in load at the free end of a cantilever is likely to cause failure _________.
Maximum deflection in a cantilever beam of length l carrying a load P at its end will be
Maximum deflection in a cantilever beam due to pure bending moment M at its end is
The deflection at the centre of a simply supported beam of length l carrying a uniformly distributed load w kg/m will be
A simply supported beam of length l is loaded by a uniformly distributed load w over the entire span. It is propped at the mid span so that the deflection at the centre is zero. The reaction at the prop is:
According to which theorem when a number of loads rest upon a beam, the deflection at any point is equal to the sum of the deflections at this point due to each of the loads taken separately?
elongation of a cylindrical bar due to self weight is directly proportional to ,
(where d is the diameter)
A simply supported 500mm X 180 mm rolled steel beam of 5m. A load of 25KN is applied at middle from height of 15mm. Determine the maximum instantaneous deflection(mm)?
The flexural rigidity (EI) of a cantilever beam is assumed to be constant over the length of the beam shown in figure. If a load P and bending moment PL/2 are applied at the free end of the beam then value of the slope at the free end is