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Slope and Deflection of Trusses
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1-lb load amount assumed beam of Figure bending calculations carry-over factor caused center support centroid column computed condition of loading constant section cover plates dead load deflection of point deformation determinate direction displacement distance downward elastic curve end moments end reaction end tangent EXAMPLE expressed factor of safety Find the deflection Find the end find the reactions fixed ends fixed-end moments flange follows force force H frame ft-lb gj diagram Hardy Cross horizontal deflection horizontal reactions inertia influence line joint lever arms load acting load placed member BC ment modulus of elasticity Moment-Area moments and reactions neutral axis ordinates panel point plotted positive Problem produced relative stiffness required to find section beam shown in Figure simple Slope-Deflection solution Solution.—The span length statically indeterminate Strength of Materials symmetrical tion truss unit load unit stress unknown vertical deflection vertical load Williot diagram