Continuous And Indeterminate Beams Apparatus


Continuous And Indeterminate Beams Apparatus .

Description of Continuous and Indeterminate Beams Apparatus

Three piers measure vertical reaction forces with their integral load cell which connect directly to the Interface. Each pier caters for simply supported, or Continuous and Indeterminate Beams Apparatus and their beam attachments allow for rotation but no vertical movement during testing.

Sinking supports can be studied due to the fact that each reaction pier has a height adjustment system and integral dial gauge attached. Continuous and Indeterminate Beams Apparatus a fourth pier clamps a cantilever or the fixed end of a beam. A double pulley assembly provides vertical loading of the beam. Point loads and uniformly distributed loads can be applied to the beams using the set of calibrated weights and hangers supplied.

Experimental Capabilities of Continuous and Indeterminate Beams Apparatus

 

  1. Study of the general formula for beam deflections in bending in the form y= c. WL3 / EI
  2. Verification of the effect of changing the length of the beams
  3. Study the way the ‘constant’ c is affected by the type and position of the load
  4. The principle of superposition
  5. Indeterminate Beams
  6. Cantilevers and Propped Cantilever
  7. Single Point Loading and Uniformly Distributed Loads
  8. Continuous Beams
  9. To compare the measured and theoretical values
  10. Sinking Supports

 

Specification of Continuous and Indeterminate Beams Apparatus

 

  1. To consist of three movable reaction supports, three test beams, load hangers, calibrated test weights
  2. Beam deflection to be measured using a deflection indicator
  3. To have multiple load positions
  4. Reactions and deflections monitored using Interface
  5. Must be used with universal Frame and Stand Must be used with Interface
  6. Comprehensive instruction manual provided

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