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A comparison of the above results shows that the most dangerous bending

moment is 64.0 ton-ft, occurring under C when only loads B and C are on the

load R is ...

A comparison of the above results shows that the most dangerous bending

moment is 64.0 ton-ft, occurring under C when only loads B and C are on the

**span**. Maximum Shearing Force. If all three loads are on the**span**, the resultantload R is ...

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A continuous beam simply supported over three 10-ft

concentrated load of 400 lb at the center of the first

640 lb at the center of the third

over the ...

A continuous beam simply supported over three 10-ft

**spans**carries aconcentrated load of 400 lb at the center of the first

**span**, a concentrated load of640 lb at the center of the third

**span**, and a uniformly distributed load of 80 lb/ftover the ...

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20 lb/ft *1 (1) 10' (2) (

This problem can be solved by the basic area-moment method, but it can be

solved more easily and more quickly by considering the fixed end to be

equivalent to ...

20 lb/ft *1 (1) 10' (2) (

**Span**1) V2 Fig. 8-14. (**Span**2) (Imaginary) (3)-^ 1 SoltUion:This problem can be solved by the basic area-moment method, but it can be

solved more easily and more quickly by considering the fixed end to be

equivalent to ...

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