# Question 10.12: A simply supported beam with uniformly distributed loading a...

A simply supported beam with uniformly distributed loading and of rectangular cross-section has a maximum bending stress, \sigma_{\max } . Calculate the strain energy stored in the beam. Assume the beam length = L, section width = b, section depth = h and modulus of elasticity of material of beam to be E.

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