# concentrated load

## Solution to Problem 521 | Flexure Formula

## Solution to Problem 513 | Flexure Formula

**Problem 513**

A rectangular steel beam, 2 in wide by 3 in deep, is loaded as shown in Fig. P-513. Determine the magnitude and the location of the maximum flexural stress.

## Solution to Problem 508 | Flexure Formula

**Problem 508**

Determine the minimum height h of the beam shown in Fig. P-508 if the flexural stress is not to exceed 20 MPa.

## Solution to Problem 504 | Flexure Formula

**Problem 504**

A simply supported beam, 2 in wide by 4 in high and 12 ft long is subjected to a concentrated load of 2000 lb at a point 3 ft from one of the supports. Determine the maximum fiber stress and the stress in a fiber located 0.5 in from the top of the beam at midspan.

## Solution to Problem 446 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 446**

Beam loaded and supported as shown in Fig. P-446.

## Solution to Problem 441 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

## Solution to Problem 440 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 440**

A frame ABCD, with rigid corners at B and C, supports the concentrated load as shown in Fig. P-440. (Draw shear and moment diagrams for each of the three parts of the frame.)

## Solution to Problem 439 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 439**

A beam supported on three reactions as shown in Fig. P-439 consists of two segments joined by frictionless hinge at which the bending moment is zero.

## Solution to Problem 437 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 437**

Cantilever beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-437.

## Solution to Problem 435 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 435**

Beam loaded and supported as shown in Fig. P-435.