# Problem 737 | Fully restrained beam with one support settling

**Problem 737**

In the perfectly restrained beam shown in Fig. P-737, support B has settled a distance Δ below support A. Show that M_{B} = -M_{A} = 6EIΔ/L^{2}.

**Problem 737**

In the perfectly restrained beam shown in Fig. P-737, support B has settled a distance Δ below support A. Show that M_{B} = -M_{A} = 6EIΔ/L^{2}.

**Problem 736**

Determine the end shears and end moments for the restrained beam shown in Fig. P-736 and sketch the shear and moment diagrams.

**Problem 735**

The beam shown in Fig. P-735 is perfectly restrained at A but only partially restrained at B, where the slope is w_{o}L^{3}/48EI directed up to the right. Solve for the end moments.

**Problem 734**

Determine the end moments for the restrained beams shown in Fig. P-734.

**Problem 733**

The load P in Prob. 732 is replaced by a counterclockwise couple M. Determine the maximum value of M if the stress in the vertical rod is not to exceed 150 MPa.

**Problem 731**

The beam shown in Fig. P-731 is connected to a vertical rod. If the beam is horizontal at a certain temperature, determine the increase in stress in the rod if the temperature of the rod drops 90°F. Both the beam and the rod are made of steel with E = 29 × 10^{6} psi. For the beam, use I = 154 in.^{4}

**Problem 703**

Determine the end moment and maximum deflection for a perfectly restrained beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-730.

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