(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I have to calculate Airy's stress function for a cantilever beam made of two different material along its length.

The young's modulus of the first half is E1 and E2 for second half. The beam is made such that these materials are joined to each other one after other along its length.

At the interface, there will be a force balance and same displacement for both the beams.

How will I calculate the forces at the interface?

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# Airy's stress function for a cantilever beam

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