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I really confused in applying the following question

Asked by Abdullah on 25 Feb 2013

For a horizontal cantilever of length l, with load w per unit length, the equation for bending is:

d2y w
EI 2 = (l − x) 2
dx
2

terms of x.

L=10m, E=210x109, I=bd3/12, b=d=0.1m, w=2kN/m,

Hence find the value of y when x=l.

where E, I, w and l are constants. If y=0 and dy/dx=0 at x=0, find y in terms of x.

L=10m, E=210x109, I=bd3/12, b=d=0.1m, w=2kN/m,

Hence find the value of y when x=l.

5 Comments

Mohan on 26 Feb 2013

Could you please give the link to the some web page where in which the formula is clearly given...

bym on 27 Feb 2013

This is the Euler-Bernoulli beam equation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%E2%80%93Bernoulli_beam_theory

The OP is trying to solve

   D2y = -(L - x)^2/(2*E*I)
Jan Simon on 27 Feb 2013

It does not look like the OP is interested in answering the questions for clarifications.

Abdullah

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