The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Mohr Theorem and some Extensions Applied to the Determination of Reactions Fixing Couples, Slope
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The Mohr Theorem and some Extensions Applied to the Determination of Reactions Fixing Couples, Slopes and Deflections

For some structural designs certain necessary preliminary calculations have to be made for loaded beams or columns in order to determine reactions, end fixing couples, maximum deflections, etc. C.E. Larard

Author(s): Larard, C E

Keywords: mohr;formulae;design theories;worked examples;deflecting