|Aug7-12, 10:35 AM||#1|
Bending moment for curve and straight beam
Itís clear that bending moment for a curve beam is less than straight one
And you can attribute this to moment of inertia, but there is something i donít understand
Which is if i have straight beam with small moment of inertia or huge moment of inertia simple supported beam), the moment will not differ, so why it will differ in curve beam.
|Aug9-12, 06:02 AM||#2|
some help please
|Aug11-12, 10:45 AM||#3|
Are you confusing bending stress with bending moment? Bending moment is a function of load and distance and has nothing to do with moment of inertia. Bending stress is dependent on the moment of inertia.
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