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assume that a beam is an end span of a girder which is continuous over several support and is integral with its supports. the distance
Assumed that a beam is an end span of a girder which is continuous over several supports and is integral with its supports.
What is the theoretical determination of the support reactions to a 2 span continuous beam?
a beam ab length l is simply supported loaded as shown. moment of inertia I for left half and 2I for right half.calculate slope at ends and deflection at midspan and under the point loads
a beam AB is freely supported at its ends and carries a un formaly distributed load over the entire span. it is propped at its middle point C
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A overhanginging beam( equal overhang on both side(a) ) is subjected to udl over its entire length(L). to get equal bending moment at support and at mid span, what should be the overhanging length with respect to L (i.e. xL, what is the value of x)
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both side equal overhang ( a)
length L ( including overhang)
distance between support = (L-2a)
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