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Calculation Examples

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Allowable shear force of the girderAverage shear stress in pressure vesselBeams: maximum momentCalculate angular velocity, angular accelerationCalculate the Axial Forces of the Truss MembersCalculate the Maximum Shear StressCalculate the location of point loadCalculate the variation in length of the rodCalculate the vertical deflection of a beamCalculation Example - Annular cross section, Stress.Calculation Example - Calculate the Axial Forces of the Truss Members.Calculation Example - Calculate the Axial Forces on the Truss MembersCalculation Example - Calculate the deflection. Castigliano Theorem.Calculation Example - Calculate the equation of the elastic curve.Calculation Example - Calculate the location of support.Calculation Example - Calculate the member diagramsCalculation Example - Calculate the member diagrams for the beamCalculation Example - Calculate the member diagrams.Calculation Example - Calculate the member diagrams.Calculation Example – Allowable shear force for the girder.Calculation Example – Angular acceleration, angular velocity.Calculation Example – Angular acceleration, angular velocity.Calculation Example – Beam with inner hinge (Part A). Find the ReactionsCalculation Example – Beam with inner hinge (Part B). Calculate the member diagrams.Calculation Example – Buckling of Column (EC3).Calculation Example – Buckling of Column (EC3).Calculation Example – Calculate shear stress for temperature load.Calculation Example – Calculate tension force using virtual work.Calculation Example – Calculate the moments of inertia Ix and Iy.Calculation Example – Cantilever BeamCalculation Example – Cantilever Beam with point loads.Calculation Example – Cantilever Beam with uniform loading.Calculation Example – Cantilever Beam, Temperature changeCalculation Example – Critical load.Calculation Example – Design bolted connection of tension plates (EC3)Calculation Example – Determine the magnitudes of F1,F2.Calculation Example – Determine the shear force and moment.Calculation Example – Evaluation of Structural Property Matrices.Calculation Example – Find the Center of Gravity (Surface)Calculation Example – Frame analysis – Uniform LoadCalculation Example – Frame analysis.Calculation Example – FrictionCalculation Example – Internal forces.Calculation Example – Maximum DeflectionCalculation Example – Member Diagram.Calculation Example – Member Diagram. Triangular load.Calculation Example – Minimum allowable Diameter.Calculation Example – Plane stress.Calculation Example – Plastic Neutral Axis.Calculation Example – Reinforced Concrete Column at Stress.Calculation Example – Rod loadingCalculation Example – Section Modulus SCalculation Example – Shear bolt connection EC3.Calculation Example – Shear bolt connection EC3.Calculation Example – Simple harmonic vibration part 2Calculation Example – Simple harmonic vibration part1Calculation Example – Torsional moment-Stress.Calculation Example – Torsional moment-Stress.Calculation Example – Undamped free Vibration (Part A).Calculation Example – Undamped free Vibration (Part B).Calculation Example: Axial Force On A ColumnCalculation Example: Calculate the Change in Length of a Rod loaded in extensionCalculation Example: Natural Periods of Vibration for SystemsCalculation Example: Overturning Moment for Shear panelCalculation Example: Shear force On A ColumnCalculation of the cross-sectional area and the position of centroidCalculation of the second moments of areaColumn in bucklingFlexular Crack in Concrete BeamHow to calculate yield strengthMaximum Factored Vertical ShearNominal flexural strength of a reinforced concrete beamShear bolt connection EC3Spring Assemblies in Series/Parallel: Two Springs in SeriesTemperature ChangeTorsional Moment-StressTruss vs Cable

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