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Ideology and Politics: Views into Bending Principles... Psychology 11 December Ideology and Politics: Views into **Bending** Principles The complexities of humanity stand in his every workand the frailties was never seen as a hinder rather a driving **force** that pushed him forward towards every milestone or achievements. The true nature of man lies on the essence of his continuous search for righteousness in every aspect of his existence. What we have reached now is not a major leap but a prudent process of going through mistakes, adapting to the improvements needed and learning from the crucial stage until we finally reach victorious recovery. Ideology is defined as a systematic body of concepts especially about human and culture and also as the integrated assertions, theories and aims... and laws of...

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Kairos moment...and deserted. I took time to relook at my career aspirations and consider the implications they would have in future. This period coincided the school schedule set to **determine** the future career as a pupil. That became my defining **moment** in career. I opted to change my career with an expectation to spend adequate time with my family. This explains why am in this class. It later turned out that my actual flair was in linguistics and oratory skills. I almost succumb to my father’s pressure to join his profession. My reaction was urgent and opportune although it was triggered by metal anguish. I was in an ideal place to **determine** my career and did it in the right time. Ancient thinkers...

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Shear box.../she must understand the type of soil considering their variations in **Shear** Strength.In soil mechanics, **Shear** Strength is given by the formula ?f = c + ?n tan?----------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) c stands for cohesion, ? as an effective normal **stress**, ? as the angle of friction, ?f as the **shear** strength, and the **shear** box test, is defined by BS 1337: This experiment deals with **shear** resistance of a soil sample. The aim was to use a direct **shear** box test and a granular soil sample to **determine** its volumetric displacement and its **shear** resistance....

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Methods for Simply Supported Beams and Columns in Steel...connection, one can simplify as only a **simply** **supported** **beam** by means of 'constant cross-sections' that are deemed to consideration of an evenly dispersed loading or of one concentrated load, but cannot be both.
One can define two terms, the 'critical cross-section' and the 'critical length'.
"critical cross-section" of the **beam** is the cross-section of maximum **bending** **moment**. (There is zero **bending** **moment** at the **supports**).
"critical length" of the **beam** is the length between two adjacent critical cross-sections." (Lecture 10.6.2: **Shear** Connection...

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Shear Force Report...**SHEAR** **FORCE** REPORT Number: Module **due**: Objectives Experiment **Determine** the difference between permanent and variable action
• Demonstrate basic **shear** theory
• Analyse how structures **support** load, and the **shear** effect expected
• **Determine** the relationship between variable loading and **shear** **force**
Experiment 2
• Understand the basic **shear** **force** theory
• Visualize and distinguish the meaning of negative **shear** **force**
• Understanding the effect of combinational loading and how structures react to such...

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Bending moment in a beam...external **forces** rather than by pure **bending** experienced in the experiment. The **bending** **moments** in theory is assumed to occur purely which might not be the cause in real life **due** to other **forces** like **shearing** and so on.
Conclusion
**Bending** **moments** in **beams** is a phenomenon encountered frequently in practices. This experiment was undertaken to **determine** how loading of weights on a **simply** **supported** **beam** will affect the **bending** **moments** of the **beam**. The...

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Effect of Material and section shape in bending... without failure. A **beam** under **bending** **stress** experiences a negative strain on the side whereby **force** is applied, and a positive strain on the opposite side (Dupen, 2012, p.68). This results in the change of size on either side. The stiffness of **beam** under **stress** depends on the product of modulus of elasticity () and the second **moment** of area (), that is (Krenik, 2001, p.27). For a **simply** **supported** **beam**, the deflection () of **beam** is **determined** by the following equation, that is
When the load () is increased, the defection () also increases and if the length is increased, greater deflections are obtained as a result of the cubed term. An increase in the modulus of elasticity and the second **moment** of area results in a decrease... Effect of...

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Unsymmetrical Bending of a Cantilever...calculated for the experiment and compared to the theoretical calculation. Further, the graph of U and V (mm) against the pulling mass was used to **determine** the influence of the readings on load’s eccentricity. This graph was useful in finding the position at which the readings of the two indicators were equal. From this, the **shear** center was established by **determining** the intersection point. In which case, whenever the load is placed at the intersection point (**shear** center), the **beam** does not twist, since the two indicators’ readings are equal (Ross, 2009, 198).
In order to verify the completeness of the results, hand calculations were done and then...

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Shear Strength Tests...**Shear** Strength Tests
Introduction
The primary aim of **shear** box test is to find the consolidated drained **shear** strength of a soil sample such as sand soil. **Shear** strength is the primary property of the soil since the structure is normally dependent upon the soils **shearing** resistance. The **shear** box test entails diverse component for **determining** diverse kind of soil and rock. The test procedure is employed to firm the cohesive soil to soft the vane and to **determine** the angle of **shear** resistance of cohesion less soil, the small **shear** box processes is normally employed and...

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Reinforced Concrete Beam Behavior in Bending...**force** on the **beam** from the top. That leads to tension at the bottom. As a result, the **beam** experiences more strain at the bottom comparative to the top. As you approach maximum neutral axis, the cracks seem to stop. Failure of the **beam** was **due** to the inability of the **beam** to take any additional strain. The ratio of the degree of elasticity of the concrete to that of steel could not allow further strain.
IV. The **stresses** in the steel and concrete are composite
Concrete is an inelastic material with good compression. However, it is weaker in tension and about 10% weaker than steel. With reinforced concrete...

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