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Problem 847 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 847
Compute the moments over the supports and sketch the shear diagram for the continuous beam shown in Fig. P-847.
 

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Fixed-end moments of fully restrained beam

Summary for the value of end moments and deflection of perfectly restrained beam carrying various loadings. Note that for values of EIy, y is positive downward.
 

Case 1: Concentrated load anywhere on the span of fully restrained beam

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$M_A = -\dfrac{Pab^2}{L^2}$

$M_B = -\dfrac{Pa^2b}{L^2}$
 

Value of EIy
$\text{Midspan } EI\,y = \dfrac{Pb^2}{48}(3L - 4b)$

Note: only for b > a

 

Problem 736 | Shear and moment diagrams of fully restrained beam under triangular load

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.
 

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Problem 728 | Isosceles triangular load over the entire span of fully restrained beam

Problem 728
Determine the end moment and maximum deflection of a perfectly restrained beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-728.
 

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Chapter 07 - Restrained Beams

Restrained Beams
In addition to the equations of static equilibrium, relations from the geometry of elastic curve are essential to the study of indeterminate beams. Such relations can be obtained from the study of deflection and rotation of beam. This section will focus on two types of indeterminate beams; the propped beams and the fully restrained beams.
 

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