Vereschagin's rule
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Vereschagin's rule enables to easily calculate the integral
that is needed to solve statically indeterminate structures using the flexibility method.
The integral can be calculated as follows:
where
- is the area under the curve M
- is value of at the location of center of gravity of the area
The value of must be determined for a constant or linear function.
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