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Unformatted text preview: 1) [15 points] Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam shown below: 70 RN 20 kN gm 2) [15 points] Compute and draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the system shown below: w/unit length The uniformly distributed load (111 per unit length) is placed over the portion 1). \I 1 é—Epﬁu) r VF : ill"; (m 2% B _ ,. 190w : \/ : LCW gum [\A‘C f __” Pg; Ed'le K C F LL ( w 'E . M: k_—T3>MC +_’_E_Mb +iW%(ba%> M i A 33? PL (“4””) “W “"3 3) [20 points] A beam with overhanging ends rests freely on two supports A and B, and is loaded as shown below. What must be the intensity of loading, iri kN per unit meter on the beam between C and B if the shearing force is to be zero at a cross—section 1.5m to the left of support B? Calculate the point(s) of contra-ﬂexure. MN ...
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