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Engineering Mechanics | Distribution | Statical Moment Sy | Manual Calculation | z-t Distribution
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This video discusses the distribution of the statical moment.
First, we draw the z-t distribution, then integrate the individual surfaces, which leads to determination of the statical moment Sy.
The s-coordinates help here. The sensible orientation of these coordinates has a great effect on this distribution.
This video shows the difference between calculation by the central axes and a more precise calculation.
Since, in the simplified system, the height goes from the web to the central axes of the flanges, a higher value of the governing statical moment will result.
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