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Solve for the

and moment diagrams. Ans. VA = 352 lb; = -1152 lb- ft Figure P-736 737.

Solve for the

**end moments**. Figure P-735 736. Determine the end shears and**end moments**for the restrained beam shown in Fig. P-736 and sketch the shearand moment diagrams. Ans. VA = 352 lb; = -1152 lb- ft Figure P-736 737.

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moments as the redundant supports. To do this, the restrained beam is

considered equivalent to a simple beam acted on not only by the given loading

but also by

at the ...

moments as the redundant supports. To do this, the restrained beam is

considered equivalent to a simple beam acted on not only by the given loading

but also by

**end moments**sufficient to rotate the ends of the beam until the slopesat the ...

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A second concept needed for the

Beam stiffness is the

produce unit rotation of that

A second concept needed for the

**moment**-distribution method is beam stiffness.Beam stiffness is the

**moment**required at the simply supported**end**of a beam toproduce unit rotation of that

**end**, the other**end**being rigidly fixed. Note that this ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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