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# Solution: Two forces P1 and P2 are applied as shown in

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Problem 8.58

Two forces P1 and P2 are applied as shown in directions perpendicularto the longitudinal axis of a W310 3 60 beam. Knowingthat P1 5 25 kN and P2 5 24 kN, determine the principal stressesand the maximum shearing stress at point b

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