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  University of Sydney  –  Structures BEAMS Peter Smith & Mike Rosenman   Extremely common structural element  In buildings majority of loads are vertical and majority of useable surfaces are horizontal   1/39   University of Sydney  –  Structures BEAMS Peter Smith & Mike Rosenman  devices for transferring vertical loads horizontally   action of beams involves combination of   bending and shear    2/39   University of Sydney  –  Structures BEAMS Peter Smith & Mike Rosenman    Be strong enough for the loads   Not deflect too much   Suit the building for size, material, finish, fixing etc 3/39  University of Sydney  –  Structures BEAMS Peter Smith & Mike Rosenman  Checking a Beam   what we are trying to check (test)    adequate  strength - will not break   stability - will not fall over    adequate  functionality - will not deflect too much   what do we need to know   loads on the beam   span - how supported   material, shape & dimensions of beam   allowable strength & allowable deflection 4/39
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