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... 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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...enough to resist overturning moments. As shown in the above figure, the passive zone should be adequate in order to prevent lateral deflection and rotation at the lower end of the wall. However, the main principle behind the modified free earth support method of analysis is the assumption that the embedment of the wall is allowed to move and this will be to a certain distance under the action of the applied lateral earth pressure; this will cause the occurrence of negative **bending** moments at the considered location. This results in a statically determinate structure, only stable under certain conditions. Therefore, if a **cantilever** wall is to be designed based on this analysis, only the external passive...

8 Pages(2000 words)Coursework

...Deflection of a Loaded **Cantilever** Theory: Calculating theoretical deflection y: Theoretical deflection is given by: y = F (x3 - Lx2) EI (6 2 )
I = Second moment of area = bd3/12
Where b = 32mm, d = 6.25mm
Therefore I = 651mm4
E - Modulus of elasticity for aluminium = 0.745 * 105 N/mm2
x3/6 - Lx2/2 = - 4154333 mm3
Where x = 220 mm. L = 245 mm
Hence we get:
y = 8.6 * 10-2 * F in mm
Calculating Theoretical latitudinal and Longitudinal Strain:
**Bending** Moment M at pt A is given by:
M = F * ( L - x) = F * ( 245 - 17) = 228 * F in Nmm.
Z = bd2/6 = 32 * 6.252/ 6 = 208.3 mm3
Stress = M/Z = 1.09 * F/ 208.3 = 1.09F in N/mm2
Longitudinal strain o = /E
E = 0.745 * 105 N/mm2
Hence o = 1.46 * 10-5 F
Latitudinal strain...

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...-in girders to the **cantilever** was achieved by cast-in-place closure joints and external post-tensioning. The remaining spans were rested with drop-in girders that are simply supported on the **cantilever** ends.
Depending on the triggering accidental event, initial failure might occur in the vertical plane through the bridge axis or in transverse direction. Because of the joints in the bridge deck, a transverse failure would not give rise to substantial horizontal forces in the adjacent bridge sections (which are separated by joints). It would produce, however, large vertical forces and could eventually continue as a failure in the vertical plane.
The girder fails in **bending** under its...

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...are subject to **bending** stresses when loads are applied and experience compressive, shear and tensile forces. A simply supported beam is fixed on two ends. When loading the maximum tensile stress occurs at the midpoint of the bottom edge of the beam and the maximum compressive stress occurs at the midpoint of the top edge. A **cantilever** beam is supported on one end only and must be built into the wall that supports it. Two forces act on **cantilever** beams – firstly, a vertical upward force which supports the weight of the beam and any downward loads and secondly ‘the fixing moment’ which prevents the unsupported beam from falling (Eric William Nelson et all, 1997). A beam may be strong...

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...expressions:
F + W.δx = F + δF
Or δF/δx = W,
These expressions illustrates that shear force rate is equivalent to the pressure of the load. Hence, moments at point S can be taken as:
M – F.δx – Wδx2/2 = M + δM.
The above expression illustrates that the rate of **bending** moment change is equivalent to shear force, which is attained in section RS.
**Cantilever** beam
When a beam is secured on one end and is freely hanging, it is regarded as a **cantilever** beam. As such, application of the load on the free end of the **cantilever** beam is not the same as application of the load on the central or entire uniform distribution on the beam.
Figure 5: **Cantilever**...

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...Effect of Material and Section Shape in **Bending** by s s Contents 1Introduction 3 1Aim 3 2Objectives 3
2Theory 4
3Apparatus 7
4Experimental Procedure 9
5Results 10
5.1Table 1: Results 12
5.2Graph of load against the 12
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5.3Table 2: Youngs modulus for each beam 16
5.4Graph of load against deflection 16
5.5 Table 3: Stiffness and Second moment of area 20
6Discussion 22
7Conclusion 23
1 Introduction
1.1 Aim
The purpose of this experiment was to understand the effect of material and section shape on the stiffness of beams in **bending**.
1.2 Objectives
The objectives of this experiment were:
To determine the Youngs modulus and its effect on **bending** stiffness for various materials
To compare the...

9 Pages(2250 words)Lab Report

...Laboratory Report of Institute Laboratory Report Objective The experiment aims to investigate how a reinforced concrete beam would behave in **bending**. The objective is to observe how the applied load relates to deflection relationships in the theoretical and scope experimental. It also aims to make observations on the beam mode of failure.
Apparatus
The first requirement is a controllable loading machine that allows addition of the load. A gauge is then attached to the machine. The gauge gives a reading of the added load’s deflection. Each student, especially those monitoring the beam closely, must have safety glasses.
Procedure
The setup of the apparatus involved a beam that was in the machine with the gauge across...

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