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In this video I take a look at five methods that can be used to predict how a beam will deform when loads are applied to it. These are the double integration method, Macaulay’s method, the principle of superposition, the moment-area method, and Castigliano’s theorem, which is based on strain energy.
00:00 – Introduction
01:58 – Double Integration Method
08:19 – Macaulay’s Method
12:07 – Superposition Method
13:20 – Moment-Area Method
17:24 – Castigliano’s Theorem
20:26 – Outro
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