# Mechanics of materials

The topics of mechanics of materials

## 5a-Part 2 of Practice problem-7-38 Discontinuity Functions

part 2 of Practice problem-7-38-Discontinuity Functions. How to draw shear and moment diagrams and use excel if then function?

## 5-Part 1 of Practice problem-7-38 Discontinuity Functions

part 1 of Practice problem-7-38-Discontinuity Functions. How to get the expressions for W(x),V(x) and M(x) for a beam?Shear values and momernt values are estimated for various locations.

## 4a-Part 2 of Practice problem-7-35 Discontinuity Functions

part 2 of Practice problem-7-35-Discontinuity Functions. How to draw shear and moment diagrams and use excel if then function?

## 4-Part 1 of Practice problem-7-35 Discontinuity Functions

part 1 of Practice problem-7-35-Discontinuity Functions. How to get the expressions for W(x),V(x) and M(x) for a beam?

## 3a-Part 2 of Practice problem-7-32 Discontinuity Functions

part 2 of Practice problem-7-32-Discontinuity Functions. How to draw shear and moment diagrams and use excel if then function?

## 3-Part 1 of Practice problem-7-32 Discontinuity Functions

part 1 of Practice problem-7-32-Discontinuity Functions. How to get the expressions for W(x),V(x) and M(x) for a beam?

## 2-Discontinuity Functions Table.

Discontinuity Functions table, how to use these tables to derive an expression for load, shear and moment functions?

## Video for practice problem P7-38-Use discontinuity Function.

A Video for practice problem P7-38-Use discontinuity Function.to develop expressions for load ,shear and moment functions and draw shear and moment diagrams.

## Video for practice problem P7-35-Use discontinuity Function

A Video for practice problem P7-35-Use discontinuity Function.to develop expressions for load ,shear and moment functions and draw shear and moment diagrams.

## Video for practice problem P7-32-Use discontinuity Function

A Video for practice problem P7-32-Use discontinuity Function.to develop expressions for load ,shear and moment functions and draw shear and moment diagrams.

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