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Thus the restrained

superposing the loadings in Figs. 7- 12b and 7- 12c. VA -b- muni r vA vB (a)

Restrained beam (b) Load simply supported -5 R F3 ) (c) End couple loading

Figure 7-12 ...

Thus the restrained

**beam in Fig**. 7- 12a may be considered equivalent tosuperposing the loadings in Figs. 7- 12b and 7- 12c. VA -b- muni r vA vB (a)

Restrained beam (b) Load simply supported -5 R F3 ) (c) End couple loading

Figure 7-12 ...

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For the

under P. 4kN/m Figure P-867 868. Determine the values of Elb at midspan and at

the ends of the beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-868. Ans. At ends, Elb = 3320 ...

For the

**beam in Fig**. P-867, compute the value of fthat will cause a zero deflectionunder P. 4kN/m Figure P-867 868. Determine the values of Elb at midspan and at

the ends of the beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-868. Ans. At ends, Elb = 3320 ...

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produce unit rotation of that end, the ... 8- 18a is found from the first theorem of

the area- moment method and is expressed in terms of the moment diagram in

**Beam**stiffness is the moment required at the simply supported end of a**beam**toproduce unit rotation of that end, the ... 8- 18a is found from the first theorem of

the area- moment method and is expressed in terms of the moment diagram in

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