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How do you calculate theoretical deflections for an experiment on unsymmetrical bending of a cantilever beam & what are the units to be used for young's modulus, length, force and 2nd moment area of used for the equation used to calculate deflection?

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Answered Jan 19Physics
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All this depends on the cross section of the cantilever and how it is supported then you build the theoretical model. Units of Young’s Modulus are Pa ie pressure N/m^2 And 2nd moment of area is m^4 again depends on the X-sectional area. Your question is too general so you need to be more specific