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  1. I downloaded the NCEES Civil Structural Practice Exam Errata. For problem 509 there is no showing how they acquired the shear center of the L shape in order to solve the problem. This is in fact the KEY to solving this problem. Why wouldn't they show it? The original solution in the practice exam is based on the centroid of the member (x direction) and they show how they resolved. I realize getting the shear center is considerably more involved than the centroid, but shouldn't they have included the approach for that part of the problem? Below is a link to download the Jpeg of the Problem 509. I tried uploading but it says only 102 kb. Looking forward to responses. https://1drv.ms/f/s!AgdYdMOsCE0lgthTPKw4mCgoIMOqtA
  2. I am using the Kaplan book and it contradicts itself (among other errors throughout) Which power do I use for the Torque equation T=P/w the power at the shaft? or the power from IxE at the motor? (one Kaplan problem uses one, the very next uses the other power)
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