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Explanation: flexure, which means the same thing, could also be used in this context, but definitely not flexion.
Robb's diccionario para ingenieros gives flexión pura as pure bending, the following is from the Eurodicautom:
Reference Conv.Europ.de la Construct.Métallique
Definition: bending unaccompanied by shear forces which therefore develops under constant bending moment
TERM pure bending
flexión compuesta, compound bending, is also in the Eurodicautom.
simple bending is described in the civil engineering dictionary (by Scott) as "the bending of a beam which is freely supported and has no fixed end"
as for the last one, I would say behaviour of reinforced concrete beam in bending, as in this example:
Quiz Number 7
... M u M u /2 2M u. 3) Due to the behaviour of a reinforced concrete
beam in bending we can redistribute moments. However the limits ... www.staff.ncl.ac.uk/m.p.m.newman/quizpage7.html - 7k - Cached