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component triangular and rectangular loadings and these loadings are then

replaced by their resultant forces. The reactions have been computed as shown

on the ...

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**kip**/**ft**SOLUTION Support Reactions. The distributed load is divided intocomponent triangular and rectangular loadings and these loadings are then

replaced by their resultant forces. The reactions have been computed as shown

on the ...

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And, lastly, from C to D, w is constant, so the slope of the shear diagram will be

constant yet negative, Fig. 6- 19c. Use the appropriate areas under the load

diagram (w curve) to find the change in shear. For example, AVBC = -(l/2)(6 ft)(2

And, lastly, from C to D, w is constant, so the slope of the shear diagram will be

constant yet negative, Fig. 6- 19c. Use the appropriate areas under the load

diagram (w curve) to find the change in shear. For example, AVBC = -(l/2)(6 ft)(2

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Figures 12-476 and 12-47c show application of the principle of superposition.

Here we have assumed that Bv acts upward on the beam. (b) 2

Compatibility Equation. Taking positive displacement as downward, the \"vb

compatibility ...

Figures 12-476 and 12-47c show application of the principle of superposition.

Here we have assumed that Bv acts upward on the beam. (b) 2

**kip**/**ft**Compatibility Equation. Taking positive displacement as downward, the \"vb

compatibility ...

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Strain | 67 |

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