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The maximum shearing force occurs at, and is equal to, the maximum

The maximum

left

The maximum shearing force occurs at, and is equal to, the maximum

**reaction**.The maximum

**reaction**for a group of moving loads on a span occurs either at theleft

**reaction**when the leftmost load is over that**reaction**, or at the right**reaction**...Page 287

W-3001b (a) Free-body diagram of span 2 (b) Load on span 2 simply supported (

c) End moments and couple

Component loadings of span 2. Generalizing this discussion, we may state that

the ...

W-3001b (a) Free-body diagram of span 2 (b) Load on span 2 simply supported (

c) End moments and couple

**reactions**i?' = 13.7 lb R'- 13.7 lb Fig. 8-10. —Component loadings of span 2. Generalizing this discussion, we may state that

the ...

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1201b 1801b Simple beam

(b) -113.7 -99.5 Fig. 8-1 2. — Method II of computing

diagram. The couple

1201b 1801b Simple beam

**reaction**Couple**reaction**Vertical shear 135.9 -104.1(b) -113.7 -99.5 Fig. 8-1 2. — Method II of computing

**reactions**and drawing sheardiagram. The couple

**reaction**acts upward (or is given a positive sign) at the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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