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Truss Analysis with multiple moments creates linear combinations

So in my engineering statics course we have been doing a great deal of work with trusses and machines, and a part of the physics behind it has really been confusing me. Just as a note, I also have ...
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Elongation of a beam [closed]

I am trying to figure out the following question while I am studying for an exam that I have tomorrow. Given is a hanging aluminium beam with a cross section $A = 100 mm^2, \rho = 2780 kg/m^3, E = 72 ...
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Can somebody explain the graphical integration method in a better way?

After hours of research all what I can find is this: http://www.public.iastate.edu/~fanous/ce332/virtualwork/homepage.html can somebody explain this method in a better way. If the moment diagram ...
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Deriving the curve of a cantilever

Essentially, there is a beam of length L and negligible mass sticking out of a wall with a mass Mg hanging at the end of it. We are given an equation for elastic energy (which I don't think needs to ...