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Re: Cambering Beams

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Method of reciprocal displacements.  Prescribe the deflection and solve for
the load using the applicable deflection equation.  This is typical for
elastic analysis.  For plastic analysis you will have to modify it depending
on the material properties of the steel and section properties of the beam.

Greg
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From: Blakely, Bernie <blakely.bernie(--nospam--at)yorksteel.com>
To: steel-fab(--nospam--at)steel-link.com <steel-fab(--nospam--at)steel-link.com>; seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
<seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Date: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 9:35 AM
Subject: Cambering Beams


>I am reviewing the design of a cambering table used to "jack" camber into
>steel beams.
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>Rather than determine the allowable load to limit a specified deflection I
>want to determine the pseudo-static load required to impose a specific
>deflection (deformation) after the load is released.
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>Any thoughts or references on this approach ?
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>Thanks in advance.
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