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Page 35 - Since the resultant moment of several forces about any point is equal to the moment of the resultant of the forces about...
Page 18 - Rt and the resultant of the wind loads, the three external forces must meet in a point if produced. This furnishes a method for determining the reactions, where the direction and line of action of one and a point in the line of action of the other are known, providing the point of intersection of the three forces comes within the limits of the drawing board.
Page 17 - V is equal to the algebraic sum of the vertical components of the stresses in ab and Ab.
Page 18 - These floors have not been in use for a sufficient length of time to establish their suitability for this purpose.
Page 4 - A' through the truss and consider the forces acting on the part of the truss to the left of the section.
Page 15 - The maximum moment in a beam supporting two equal loads will occur under either load when the two loads are on opposite sides of the center and one of the loads is at a distance from the center equal to one-fourth the distance between the loads. 3.
Page 84 - ... the sum of the horizontal components of the stresses in the web members intersecting at that point. The results for g or h or k may be easily verified by the method of moments. Let / be the span in feet, and d the depth of a flanged beam, in feet also ; then if w is the load per foot, the flange stress at the centre, as is well known, will...
Page 32 - ... make an angle of about 45° with the axis of the member...