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Unformatted text preview: Tutorial, ONE 317, 24 Nov 2009 1) Draw the inﬂuence line for (a) the vertical reaction at B, (b) the moment at C, (c) the
shear at C. Assume A is a pin and b is a roller. Solve this problem using Muller
Breslau’s Principle (Problem 610, Hibbeler) 2) Draw the influence line for (a) the vertical reaction at B, (b) the moment at C, (c) the
shear at C. Solve this problem using MullerBreslau’s Principle. (Problem 612, Hibbeler) 3) Draw the influence line for (a) the moment at A, (b) the moment at B, Assume the
support at A is fixed Solve this problem using MullerBreslau’s Principle. (Problem 6 14, Hibbeler) 10 ft # MW 10 n 4) Draw the influence line for (a) the moment at C,(b) the vertical reaction at A (c)the
vertical reaction at B. There is a short link at E. Solve this problem using Muller
Breslau’s Principle. (Problem 615, Hibbeler) 5) Draw the inﬂuence line for (a) the shear at C, (b) the moment at C, (0) vertical
reaction at D. There is a short vertical link at B, and A is a pin support. .Solve this
problem using MullerBreslau’s Principle. (Problem 618, Hibbeler) 6) The beam supports a uniform dead load of 500 N/M and single live concentrated
force of 3000 N. Determine (a) the maximum positive moment that can be developed
at point C, and (b)the maximum positive shear that can be developed at point C.
Assume the support at A is a pin and B is a roller. (Problem 619, Hibbeler) 4,, _ l” m WWW“ ,, 10 m A; 7) A Uniform live load of 0.5 K/ft and a single concentrated force of 20 K are to be
placed on the beam. Determine (a) the maximum positive live vertical reaction at
support B, (b) the maximum positive live shear at point C and (c)the maximum
positive live moment at point C. Assume the support at A is a pin and B is a roller.
(Problem 625, Hibbeler) 1 as ', I 8) Draw the inﬂuence line for the tension in cable BC. Neglect the thickness of the beam. What is the maximum tension in the cable due to the 6K loading? (Problem
626, Hibbeler) 9) The beam supports a uniform live load of 60 lb/ft and a live concentrated force of
ZOOlb. Determine (a) the maximum positive live moment that can be developed at B,
and (b) the maximum positive live vertical reaction at D. Assume C is a pin support
and D is a roller. (Problem 627, Hibbeler) 10) The compound beam is subjected to a uniform dead load of 1.5 KN/m and single
live load of 10 KN. Determine (a) the maximum negative moment created by these
loads at A, and (b) the maximum positive shear at B. Assume A is a fixed support, 8
is a pin, and C is a roller. (Problem 628, Hibbeler) 11) Where should the beam ABC be loaded with a 300lb/ft uniform distributed live load
so it causes (a) the largest live moment at point A and (b) the largest live shear at
D? Calculate the values of the moment and shear. Assume the support at A is fixed,
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