1. Homework Statement
In the notes , I don't understand that flange is thin , and the top and bottom surface are free of stress , can someone help to explain please?
Secondly , why the q' is assumed to be q ' throughout the flange is assumed to be 0 ? why are they stress free ? We could see that , the shear force V is applied to the top of the beam right ?
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution
why are they stress free ? We could see that , the shear force V is applied to the top of the beam right ... So , there must be some magnitude of stress acting on top or bottom or the beam
In the notes , I don't understand that flange is thin , and the top and bottom surface are free of stress , can someone help to explain please?
Secondly , why the q' is assumed to be q ' throughout the flange is assumed to be 0 ? why are they stress free ? We could see that , the shear force V is applied to the top of the beam right ?
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution
why are they stress free ? We could see that , the shear force V is applied to the top of the beam right ... So , there must be some magnitude of stress acting on top or bottom or the beam
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