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# 1/30/2018 Example Problems

## Chapter 8 - Bending Members

© 2006, 2007, 2008 T. Bartlett Quimby
Introduction
Section 8.8
Flexure

Flexural Limit
Example Problem 8.2
State Behavior Given: A 40 ft long, simply support W 18x35 beam supports a uniformly distributed load, w, over
Applicable Limit
States Wanted: Ignoring the self weight of the beam, determine the maximum load, ws,eq, that the
Flexural Yielding
beam can support for the given conditions:
Limit State
Lateral Torsional a. The beam has full lateral support of the compression flange
Buckling Limit b. The beam has lateral support of the compression flange at ends as quarter points
State only.
Flange Local c. The beam has lateral support of the compression flange at ends and mid-point only.
Buckling Limit d. The beam has lateral support of the compression flange at ends only.
State
Solution: The solution to this problem is identical in approach to example problem 8.1, with the
Shear
The effect of changing the load is that different equations are used to compute shear, deflection,
Shear Behavior
and moment on the span. These equations can be found as case 1 on SCM pg 3-211. In each
Shear Strength
case, the capacity of the beam is set equal to the applicable equation. The resulting equation is
Limit State
solved for the distributed load that causes the internal force to equal the beam's capacity.

## Deflection Table 8.8.2.1

Behavior Example 8.2 Results Summary
Deflection Limit ws,eq (k/ft)
State
Flexure Shear Deflection Controlling Controlling Limit State
part LRFD ASD LRFD ASD TL LL Only LRFD ASD LRFD ASD
Misc. Limit States a 0.984 0.996 6.29 6.37 0.62 0.68 0.62 0.62 TL Defl TL Defl
b 0.755 0.763 6.29 6.37 0.62 0.68 0.62 0.62 TL Defl TL Defl
Web Local c 0.0743 0.0751 6.29 6.37 0.62 0.68 0.07 0.08 Flexure Flexure
d 0.0257 0.0260 6.29 6.37 0.62 0.68 0.03 0.03 Flexure Flexure
Yielding
Web Crippling
All the same observations made about the solution to example problem 8.1 can also be made to
this problem. In addition, note that the values of Cb in this version of the problem are different
Beam Design than those found in example problem 8.1. The difference stems from the change in shape of the
moment diagram.
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Beams

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