# Question 13.8: A bending moment Mo is applied as shown in a rolled-steel be...

A bending moment M_{ o } is applied as shown in a rolled-steel beam, the section details of which are given in Figure 13.24. The web of the section forms an angle θ with the vertical. If \sigma_{ o } be the maximum bending stress developed in the beam, then calculate the angle θ for which the maximum flexural stress developed in the beam is 2 \sigma_{ o } .

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