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For the

the length x of the overhangs that will cause equal reactions. Ans, x = 0,441, 8-6

For the

**continuous beam**loaded as shown in Fig. P-815 on page 325 , determinethe length x of the overhangs that will cause equal reactions. Ans, x = 0,441, 8-6

**CONTINUOUS BEAMS**WITH FIXED ENDS For**continuous beams**with fixed ...Page 338

Compute the moments over the supports for the beam shown in Fig. P-845 and

then draw the shear diagram. 800 N 900 N ; A 600 N/m A l R1 R2 V3 Figure P-

845. 846. Sketch the shear diagram for the

846.

Compute the moments over the supports for the beam shown in Fig. P-845 and

then draw the shear diagram. 800 N 900 N ; A 600 N/m A l R1 R2 V3 Figure P-

845. 846. Sketch the shear diagram for the

**continuous beam**shown in Fig. P--846.

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This may be called relative beam stiffness and is expressed by hireiative K = — (

8-5) We are now ready to describe qualitatively the moment-distribution

procedure. The

and ...

This may be called relative beam stiffness and is expressed by hireiative K = — (

8-5) We are now ready to describe qualitatively the moment-distribution

procedure. The

**continuous beam**in Fig. 8-19a is perfectly restrained at A and Cand ...

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