# overhanging beam

## Solution to Problem 619 | Double Integration Method

**Problem 619**

Determine the value of EIy midway between the supports for the beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-619.

## Solution to Problem 617 | Double Integration Method

**Problem 617**

Replace the load P in Prob. 616 by a clockwise couple M applied at the right end and determine the slope and deflection at the right end.

## Solution to Problem 616 | Double Integration Method

**Problem 616**

For the beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-616, determine (a) the deflection and slope under the load P and (b) the maximum deflection between the supports.

## Solution to Problem 615 | Double Integration Method

**Problem 615**

Compute the value of EI y at the right end of the overhanging beam shown in Fig. P-615.

## Solution to Problem 589 | Design for Flexure and Shear

**Problem 589**

A channel section carries a concentrated loads W and a total distributed load of 4W as shown in Fig. P-589. Verify that the NA is 2.17 in. above the bottom and that I_{NA} = 62 in^{4}. Use these values to determine the maximum value of W that will not exceed allowable stresses in tension of 6,000 psi, in compression of 10,000 psi, or in shear of 8,000 psi.

## Solution to Problem 586 | Design for Flexure and Shear

**Problem 586**

The distributed load shown in Fig. P-586 is supported by a box beam having the same cross-section as that in Prob. 585. Determine the maximum value of w_{o} that will not exceed a flexural stress of 10 MPa or a shearing stress of 1.0 MPa.

## Solution to Problem 554 | Unsymmetrical Beams

**Problem 554**

Determine the maximum tensile and compressive stresses developed in the overhanging beam shown in Fig. P-554. The cross-section is an inverted T with the given properties.

## Solution to Problem 508 | Flexure Formula

## Solution to Problem 433 | Relationship Between Load, Shear, and Moment

**Problem 433**

Overhang beam loaded by a force and a couple as shown in Fig. P-433.