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ENGINEERING SCIENCE 13 LECTURE Analysis of Flexure Action

Sample Problem 1 (Refer to Sx1 for Symmetrical beams)


From sample problem 1 for symmetrical beams, we found that
at a location 1m from the wall = 1 and 20 mm from the
top, the negative bending moment = 13.5 causes a
flexural stress

= 129.6 . Using these values, determine


a) the total compressive and tensile forces acting on the
section and b) the moment of the couple.
Soln
Solve for
,
and
,

by similar s,

,
25
=
129.6
5

,
= 648
Since beam is symmetrical (

) then,

,
=
,
= 648
Solve for

and

=
1
2
=
1
2

,
50 25

=
1
2
648

2
50 25
2
= 405,000
Since beam is symmetrical,

= 405,000
Solve for moment of force couple
=

2
3
25 +

2
3
25
= 13.506 13.5




ENGINEERING SCIENCE 13 LECTURE Analysis of Flexure Action
Sample Problem 2 (Refer to Sx2 for Unsymmetrical beams)
From sample problem 2 for unsymmetrical beams, we found that

= 1,662.86 when the maximum tensile bending stress is


30 . Using these values, determine the resultant forces at the
location of the maximum negative bending moment using the concept of
flexure action. Also, show that the moment of the force couple is equal
to

= 4 = 6651.43 .
Soln
Solve for
,

By similar

,
110
=
30
70

,
= 47.14
Solve for

and

=
1
2
=
1
2
30

2
70 80
2
= 84,000

50
=
30
70

= 21.43

=
1
2
21.43

2
50 60
2
= 32,142.86

= 84,000 32,142.86 = 51,857.14


=
1
2
47.14

2
20 110
2
= 51,857.14


Solve for moment of force couple

=

2
3
70

2
3
50 +

2
3
110
= 6,651,428.57 6,651.43

ENGINEERING SCIENCE 13 LECTURE Analysis of Flexure Action
Sample Problem 1 (Refer to Sx1 for Symmetrical beams)
From sample problem 1 for symmetrical beams, we found that
at a location 1m from the wall = 1 and 20 mm from the
top, the negative bending moment = 13.5 causes
a flexural stress

= 129.6 . Using these values,


determine a) the total compressive and tensile forces acting on
the section and b) the moment of the couple.
Soln
Solve for
,
and
,

by similar s,

,
25
=
129.6
5

,
= 648
Since beam is symmetrical (

) then,

,
=
,
= 648
Solve for

and

=
1
2
=
1
2

,
50 25

=
1
2
648

2
50 25
2
= 405,000
Since beam is symmetrical,

= 405,000
Solve for moment of force couple
=

2
3
25 +

2
3
25
= 13.506 13.5




ENGINEERING SCIENCE 13 LECTURE Analysis of Flexure Action
Sample Problem 2 (Refer to Sx2 for Unsymmetrical beams)
From sample problem 2 for unsymmetrical beams, we found that

= 1,662.86 when the maximum tensile bending stress is


30 . Using these values, determine the resultant forces at the
location of the maximum negative bending moment using the concept of
flexure action. Also, show that the moment of the force couple is equal
to

= 4 = 6651.43 .
Soln
Solve for
,

By similar

,
110
=
30
70

,
= 47.14
Solve for

and

=
1
2
=
1
2
30

2
70 80
2
= 84,000

50
=
30
70

= 21.43

=
1
2
21.43

2
50 60
2
= 32,142.86

= 84,000 32,142.86 = 51,857.14


=
1
2
47.14

2
20 110
2
= 51,857.14


Solve for moment of force couple

=

2
3
70

2
3
50 +

2
3
110
= 6,651,428.57 6,651.43