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Prof. Stephen M. Mutuli, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering,

University of Nairobi (e
-
mail : mutulis1@gmail.com)


EXERCISE 4

Tutorials

FME 202


Solid & Structural Mechanics
-

Tutorial No. 3


( Deflection of Beams

)


Q1.














Fig Q1 shows a cantilever beam of length

meters fixed at the left
-
hand end
and supporting a point load of magnitude

Newtons, a clockwise couple of
magnitude

and a di
stributed load varying linearly in magnitude from zero
to

over a span length of

meters.


Derive expressions for the deflection and slope of the beam at the free end in terms of
the indicated parameters


Q2.














Fig Q2 shows a beam of length

meters and simply supported over a span of length

meters and supporting a point load of magnitude

Newtons, an anticlockwise
couple o
f magnitude

and a distributed load varying in magnitude from zero
at the left
-
hand support to

at the right
-
hand end.








Fig Q1








Fig Q2


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Prof. Stephen M. Mutuli, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering,

University of

Nairobi (e
-
mail : mutulis1@gmail.com)


(i)

Derive expressions for the deflection and slope at the point in
-
between the
supports

(ii)

Derive expressions for the slope at the left
-
hand support and at the right
-
hand
support


Q3.












Fig Q3 shows a bea
m of length

and simply supported at the ends. The beam
supports a distributed load varying linearly in magnitude from

at the left end to

at the right
-
hand end.


Derive expressions

for the slope and deflection at the center of the beam


Q4.














Fig Q4 shows a cantilever beam

long and supporting an anti
-
clockwise couple of
magnitude

and a point load of magnitude

, all applied at the center.

The beam also supports a distributed load varying in magnitude linearly from zero to

over a span of
. Calculate

(i)

the deflection at the free end

(ii)

the slope of the beam

at a point

from the constrained end.




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Fig Q3







Fig Q4


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Prof. Stephen M. Mutuli, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering,

University of Nairobi (e
-
mail : mutulis1@gmail.com)


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Fig Q5 shows a simply supported beam

long and carrying an anti
-
clockwise
couple of magnitude

as well as a distributed load varying in magnitude
from zero to
.

(a)

If

the ratio of the deflection at point A

to that at point B

can be

Expressed as :



, find

(b)

Calculate the magnitude of the deflection at the m
id
-
point of the beam




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Q6.















Fig Q6 shows a beam

long and simply supported at its ends. The beam supports
a distributed load varying in magnitude li
nearly from zero to

as well as a
point load of magnitude

and an anti
-
clockwise couple of magnitude
, all applied at the center










Fig Q5











Fig Q6


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Prof. Stephen M. Mutuli, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufact
uring Engineering,

University of Nairobi (e
-
mail : mutulis1@gmail.com)


(a)

Calculate the magnitude of the deflection at the center of the beam

(b)

Calculate the magnitude of the deflection at section

of the beam




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