In the propped beam shown in Fig. P-844, determine the prop reaction.
Use the three-moment equation to determine the wall moment and solve for the prop reaction for the beam in Fig. P-843.
Determine the end moments for the restrained beams shown in Fig. P-734.
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.
The midpoint of the steel in Fig. P-732 is connected to the vertical aluminum rod. Determine the maximum value of P if the stress in the rod is not to exceed 120 MPa.
Determine the end moment and maximum deflection for a perfectly restrained beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-730.
Determine the end moment and maximum deflection of a perfectly restrained beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-728.
Repeat Problem 726 assuming that the concentrated load is replaced by a uniformly distributed load of intensity wo over the entire length.
A beam of length L, perfectly restrained at both ends, supports a concentrated load P at midspan. Determine the end moment and maximum deflection.
If the support under the propped beam in Problem 724 settles an amount $\delta$, show that the propped reaction decreases by $3EI\delta / L^3$.
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