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The beam is made of a ceramic material. If it is subjected to the elastic loading shown

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Problem 16-33

The beam is made of a ceramic material. If it is subjected to the elastic loading shown, and the moment of inertia is I and the beam has a measured maximum deflection ti. at its center, determine the modulus of elasticity, E. The supports at A and D exert only vertical reactions on the beam.

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Fluid Statics 1  Matter = Solid and fluids  Fluids = Liquids and gases Characteristics Solid Fluid Shape Definite Takes the shape of container Behavior under Offer permanent resistanceOffers no permanent applied load Deforms but deformation resistance disappears when load is removed 2 Liquid Gas Incompressible [density constant]: Compressible [density changes]: Given mass of liquid will occupy a fixed volume. Given mass of gas has no fixed volume. Forms free surface: if volume of liquid is less than Fills the entire volume of container i.e. no free container surface. 3 * Note : The abov4 properties ainter-relatedand are important for all calculation throughout this course module. 4 m kg Density is given by,   m 3 V Where : m = mass (kg) 3 V = Volume (m ) 3  Mercury 13,600 kg/m  Steel 7,800 kg/m3  Water

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Textbook: Statics and Mechanics of Materials
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Author: Russell C. Hibbeler
ISBN: 9780134382593

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