Deflection An increase in temperature on the top fiber of a beam will cause -

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An increase in temperature on the top fiber of a beam will cause -

(a) Upward deflection

(b) Downward deflection

(c) No deflection

(d) Upward or downward deflection.

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i think the answer should be downward deflection ,due to temerature increse in upper portion in beam
 

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An increase in temperature on the top fiber of a beam will cause -

(a) Upward deflection

(b) Downward deflection

(c) No deflection

(d) Upward or downward deflection.

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(a) Upward Deflection
Reason: Increase in top fibre will cause expansion it will cause upward deflection