Solids: Lesson 23 – Shear Moment Diagram, Graphic Method

July 26, 2019 posted by

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22 Replies to “Solids: Lesson 23 – Shear Moment Diagram, Graphic Method”

  1. clash royale says:

    Thanks for the video Mr Jeff…your videos help a lot…but I can't understand why you take moment reaction in the point A…

  2. Ehsanul haque Hashib says:

    I love your presentation and you have an outstanding sence of humour. You are simply a living legend and keep up the good work. Thanks millions and appreciated!!!

  3. chami roy says:

    Thanks you! Your videos are always very helpful👌🏻

  4. Koba Sauce says:

    If I took the moment at C instead of B, the numbers would be reversed. Then if I were to take the moment at C, I'd have for By 5.83. How would I know which to use?

  5. Samer M. says:

    Thank you, Jeff for these great videos

  6. ilham adilogo says:

    hello mr.jeff or profesor jeff or sir jeff or up to you. im indonesian and i want to say and i want to shout "THANK YOU VERY MUCH" to you. hopefully useful for us and the engineer

  7. Davut Balci says:

    i can't understand why we decide the clockwise moment as positive at graph? doesn't clockwise mean negative?

  8. Edrees Aldrees says:

    good lesson 22, but missing lots of graphical method rules such as slope of shear digram where x=0 , and other things I still have not learn ..

  9. Chidoka Emeka says:

    greatful

  10. Ömer Faruk TEKİN says:

    Bu adama dislike atanın babaannesi kaşardır moruk

  11. Cody Nichoson says:

    I appreciate the Van Halen joke

  12. om says:

    Hello.Why is b,x equal to zero?

  13. Rahman Rahmani says:

    I love your presentation and you have an outstanding sence of humour. You are simply a living legend and keep up the good work. Thanks millions and appreciated!!! Rahman

  14. jammin yammin says:

    7:43 that was amazing

  15. Muro Ami says:

    very helpful, i think it'll save me 🤣

  16. Matt Nguyen says:

    It is pretty satisfying when you do it right.

  17. Ömer Acıoğlu says:

    hocam çok sefil duruyorsunuz ama ders anlatışınızdan belli ki yakarsa dünyayı garipler yakar. durmak yok yola devam garip reis

  18. Bwin says:

    Thank you, Mr. Hanson.

  19. EDY LIVE says:

    İs moment has to alwyas go to zero at the end?

  20. pappoo yadav yadav says:

    thanks.. specialy for convexity and concavity of bmd or sfd in case of variable loading
    ..

  21. Uygar Solmuş says:

    At 18.30 it should be increase as slow than fast because the first shear(14.833) makes us a relativistic axis i guess.

  22. PwNaGeHuRtZ says:

    at 18:35, shouldn't it be slow to fast???

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