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    Curved bars, maximum load calculation

    Hey guys I have a question for you.

    I got this task to do but i have to idea where to start. Could anybody helf me out? thx PP2 Task 1.jpg
    Forget about point B since it is not given in this task. I only need to know Fmax.

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    Welcome to EE!

    Try the following document:

    Deflections.pdf

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    Since this is obviously homework, you will get very limited help here. I will tell you this - I have learned that when I am faced with a lot of stuff I do not know, it is usually best to start listing the things I do know in detail. For example you know a lot about that diagram just from the rules of trigonometry. You know about the relationships between distances and angles, etc.

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    Well than this is no help for me. Homework or not. It does not metter. I was looking for help. That's why i have registered on this web side. If no body wants to help me because it is so obviously is a Homework like Jboggs sad than i am sorry but this web side is no help for me.

    But thax you Kelly Bramble for the pdf file. it was very interesting.
    Last edited by Kelly Bramble; 10-26-2013 at 08:45 AM. Reason: Language

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemming22 View Post
    Well than this is no help for me. Homework or not. It does not metter. I was looking for help.
    Nobody is here to do your home work for you.... You need to use whatever authorized resources your school specifies...

    Here is an educational video that should help you with the static part...

    http://www.engineersedge.com/video/S...Problems_v1145

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