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All problems* (except Problems 3.1 and 3.2), are to be done in accordance with the ACI Code; all loads given are service loads, unless otherwise indicated. Wherever possible, basic principles are to be used for solutions, avoiding the direct use of formulas. All design problems require a clear statement of the final choice at the end of the calculations, along with a design sketch drawn to scale.
Review Problems in Mechanics of Materials
3.1 An elastic homogeneous beam of material capable of carrying both tension and corn-pression, has the dimensions shown in the figure for Problem 3.1; it is simply supported over a span of 20 ft (6 m) center-to-center
of supports. The beam carries a uniformly distributed load of 2 klf( kips per linear ft) (30 kN/m) in addition to a concentrated load of 10 kips (45 kN) located at 5 ft( 1.5 m) from the right end of the span.
* Most problems may be solved as problems stated in Inch-Pound units, or as problems in SI units using quantities in paren-theses. The metric conversions areapproximate to avoid implying higher precision for the given information in metric units than that for the Inch-Pound units.



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