simple beam


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sim·ple beam

in dentistry, a straight beam that has only two supports, one at either end.

sim·ple beam

(simpĕl bēm)
In dentistry, a straight beam that has only two supports, one at either end.
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Biomechanics of the fractured femoral neck --the new bdsf--method of positioning the implant as a simple beam with an overhanging end.
Therefore, only the results according to the STM with the minimum web reinforcement and the main tie, the simple beam model and the NL-EPSF model will be compared.
22 show first three vibration modes and natural frequencies of simple beam model with clamped boundary condition.
Figures 4(a)-4(d) give the responses of the simple beam subjected to a moving constant load, a moving mass, and a moving sprung mass, respectively.
The author assumed that the two lap joint plates act like simple beam and the more elastic adhesive layer is an infinite number of shear and tension springs.
A good agreement is noticed between the fracture energy values from the area and compliance methods, but there is a poor agreement with those values obtained from the "load" and "displacement" methods based on simple beam theory.
He notes that evidence from testing shows that friction in rollers can cause a bias in the modulus of rupture obtained at first crack, so rollers covered by the proposed practice might also be applicable for use with ASTM C78, Test Method for Flexural Strength of Concrete (Using Simple Beam with Third-Point Loading).
The prestressed bridge plate (new span 15.20 m, width 4.00 m) is created as a finished item in two parts on site and connected as a simple beam with the abutments Bridge Eichhof (Mattstrasse): Demolition of the existing reinforced concrete bridge including abutments on flat foundation.
Shear strength prediction for separate categories of simple beam tests, ACI Journal Proceedings 68(2): 138-143.
In this era of technology, when the lamp is made of halogen or LCDs instead of wax or oil, and the tower is made of rods of steel, and the timing is handled by computer, there is still a simple beam of light.
C., Shear Strength Predictions for Separate Categories of Simple Beam Tests, ACI Journal Proceedings, 68(2), 1971, pp.
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