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Practice problem-7-32-Use discontinuity function for load,shear and moment functions-English

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Practice problem-7-32, from Prof. Timothy Philpot's book, An Integrated Learning System, Mechanics of Materials. Use the discontinuity function for load, shear, and moment functions. A step-by-step guide to driving the expressions for W(x), V(x), and M(x) for a given beam acted upon by two concentrated loads, using the discontinuity function. Use the information from V(x) and M(x) to draw the shear and moment diagrams. An Excel sheet is used to derive the same values using if, then, and command. The video has a closed caption in English. Timestamps: 0:00- Introduction to practice problem- 7-32. 4:03 – Expressions for W(x),V(x) and M(x). 7:45 – Expressions for V(x) and find values for x=2 to x=5 feet. 13:37 – Expressions for V(x) and find values for x=6 to x=9 feet. 17:11 – Expressions for M(x) and find values for x=0 to x=6 feet. 20:02 - Expressions for M(x) and find values for x=7 to x=9 feet. 21:44- A sketch for the Shear force and moment diagram. 22:25 - Using Excel to develop values for shear and Moment. 26:05 - How to create a step for shear value at x=2 Ft. 28:04- How to create step for shear value for x=6 ft. 30:22- Plot for shear diagram by using Excel. 30:40 - How to derive an expression for a moment by using Excel? #mechanicsofmaterials
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