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66 Shear Stresses in Bending and Shear Deflections [ch. 2 Now from vertical equilibrium considerations, the resisting shearing force in the web = F: 30kN. 23. Shearing forces on chaDnel section. 8 SHEAR CENTRE POSITION F'OR A THIN-WALLED CURYED SECTION Determine the shear centre position for the thin-walled curved section shown in Fig. A, which is of constant thickness t. lF I S Fig. 24. Thif,-walled curved section. 8 ch. e. 8) The shear flow in the section is shown in Fig. 25, where the magnitude and directions of the arrows are intended to give a measure of the magnitude and direction of the intemal resisting shearing stresses.
11. l1. 3 YERTICAL SHEARING STRESS DISTRIBUTION IN A TRIANGULAR SECTION Calculate and sketch the distribution of vertical shearing stress triangular section of Fig. 12. T I T 2$ H=3m -r I T IN 'tm I a=2m ____-____+1 Fig. 12. Triatrgular s€ction in the Ch. 2 At any distance y above NA in the triangular section of Fig. 12. d,.. )' -" ' r! s ' _ - tz_ ,.. 111y3)l 0. 7) has three roots, but for this case, the root of interest is the lowest positive root, which can be obtained by the Newton Raphson  iterative process, as follows: ttit f(v,,l - lti- rt - -7ill--l J Wi- l) Shear Stresses inBending and Shear Deflections 56 [ch.
Let, sub-sub-element z : shearing stress on the face ABCD Resolving horizontally, "*6*6*: f do * a,t :JldM*y*d,A 1 where, dA:Z*dy dMll but, ':E ' dM dx :f: 1n oo sneanng lorce at x 48 Shear Stresses in Bending and Shear Deflections [ch. 4 I- : hrst moment of area of the section aboue the plane ABCD, and about the neutral axis. NA. Owing to complementary shearing stresses , the shearing stress on the face ABCD will be accompanied by three other shearing stresses of the same magnitude, as shown in Fig.
Advanced Applied Stress Analysis by C.T.F. Ross