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obtain [M = (2M),_] M, = 24(6) - 24(§) = 96

x = 9 m is found to be [M = (2M),_] M, = 24(9) - s4(§) = 54

can also be computed from this basic definition, but whenever the shear ...

obtain [M = (2M),_] M, = 24(6) - 24(§) = 96

**kN**-**m**Similarly, the moment at B wherex = 9 m is found to be [M = (2M),_] M, = 24(9) - s4(§) = 54

**kN**-**m**The moment at Ccan also be computed from this basic definition, but whenever the shear ...

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Solution: The resultant of the three loads is R = 90

Fig. ... When only loads B and C are on the span, their resultant is R' = 75

Solution: The resultant of the three loads is R = 90

**kN**and is located as shown inFig. ... When only loads B and C are on the span, their resultant is R' = 75

**kN**at 2**m**from C. This position of the loads to cause maximum bending moment under ...Page 151

The maximum reaction in this case will be at R1, when B is over R, and the

resultant load R' = 75

The condition when only A and B are on the span need not be checked, because

their ...

The maximum reaction in this case will be at R1, when B is over R, and the

resultant load R' = 75

**kN**is 4**m**from RI. Its value will be R1 = §(12 -4) = 50**kN**.The condition when only A and B are on the span need not be checked, because

their ...

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