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INTRODUCTIONWhen a horizontal member of a structure (beam) is subjected to several concentrated forces anddistributed loads, it will bend due to shear force and bending moment. Shear force is the resultantforce in the beam acting perpendicular to its longitudinal x-axis. Shear force is an unaligned forcespushing one part of a body in one specific direction and the other part of the body in the oppositedirection.Prepared by : Nur AqilahPROBLEM STATEMENTIn a beam design, shear and moment curves have to be construct in order to determine the locationof and magnitude of the maximum values of these forces. The proportion of the cross section aredetermined by the magnitude of the maximum shear and moment in the span.Prepared by : Norfarish bin Mustafa BakriOBJECTIVES1.To show that the shear force at a cutting section is equal to the algebraic sum of theforces acting to the left or right of the section.

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