The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E= 200 GPa. %3D


The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine
for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of
curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E = 200 GPa.
%3D
2 kN
4 kN
3 kN
1 kN
1m 2 m
2.5 m
1.5 m
4 m
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Transcribed Image Text:The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine
for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of
curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E = 200 GPa.
%3D
2 kN
4 kN
3 kN
1 kN
1m 2 m
2.5 m
1.5 m
4 m
The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E= 200 GPa. %3D


The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine
for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of
curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E = 200 GPa.
%3D
2 kN
4 kN
3 kN
1 kN
1m 2 m
2.5 m
1.5 m
4 m
expand button
Transcribed Image Text:The arched beam in the following figure carries the concentrated vertical forces shown. Determine
for the point of greatest bending moment the maximum stress in the material and the radius of
curvature for a uniform cross-section 100 mm wide x 20 mm deep. Take E = 200 GPa.
%3D
2 kN
4 kN
3 kN
1 kN
1m 2 m
2.5 m
1.5 m
4 m

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