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In the case of a straight  Beam-column: the member subjected to axial compression and bending. Axial load induces additional moment, called secondary moment that must be  2.2 Axial Deformation;Stress-Strain Diagram. ❑ The strength of a material Calculate the elongation of the bar due to the 100 kN axial load. Use E = 200 GPa. A column carrying a central axial compressive force. TYPICAL CASES OF AXIAL LOADING. (a) Circular tapering bar subjected to an axial pull (figure 2).

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Axial load is either contraction (compression) or expansion (tension) force occurring on the member. If the axial load or force passes through neutral axis, it is  Chapter 3. AXIALLY LOADED MEMBERS • 48. 3.4.1. Example 3.

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Examples:  wide‐flange beam supported by a cable (combined bending and axial load),  cylindrical pressure vessel supported as a beam, and shaft in combined torsion and bending. A force with its resultant passing through the centroid of a particular section and being perpendicular to the plane of the section.

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Axial loading examples

Examples include: load- bearing exterior walls (subject to wind and/or seismic loads), tall non load-bearing exterior walls (where the self-weight of the wall decreases wall capacity), and walls with an eccentric vertical load.

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Axial loading examples

This chapter deals with the deformation of axially loaded members (i.e. loading in normal direction). We'll be looking at  Problem Solving Software for Mechanics of Materials: Axial Loading, Torsion Loading, Beam Bending, Hooke's Law, Mohr's Circle, Stress and Strain  See 15.4 for members subjected to combined bend- ing and axial compression due to eccentric loading, or eccentric loading in combination with other loads. (a) General flexural stress distribution (b) Example of shear and moment diagram Figure 2 (c) shows the effects of combining the bending and axial loading. subjected to bending in addition to axial loads, are designed using Universal beams (UB).

Assuming that the material is isotropic (no directional dependence), y z 0 • Poisson’s ratio is defined as. x z x y axial strain lateral strain E 2 1 G • E, G Axial = along the axis, typically referring to structures that are longer than they are wide, where the axis is the longest direction.
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Example 2.04. Thermal Stresses. Poisson's Ratio. Generalized  An example of such diagrams is given in Fig. 9. It is recognized that the application of such a stress-strain relation in a flexural analysis has been questioned.