Determine the values of EIδ at midspan and at the ends of the beam loaded as shown in Figure P-868.
Determine the end moment and maximum deflection for a perfectly restrained beam loaded as shown in Fig. P-730.
For the restrained beam shown in Fig. P-729, compute the end moment and maximum EIδ.
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.
For the propped beam shown in Fig. P-719, determine the propped reaction R and the midspan value of EIδ.
Determine the moment and maximum EIδ for the restrained beam shown in Fig. RB-012. (Hint: Let the redundants be the shear and moment at the midspan. Also note that the midspan shear is zero.)
Determine the end moment and midspan value of EIδ for the restrained beam shown in Fig. PB-010. (Hint: Because of symmetry, the end shears are equal and the slope is zero at midspan. Let the redundant be the moment at midspan.)
Two timber beams are mounted at right angles and in contact with each other at their midpoints. The upper beam A is 2 in wide by 4 in deep and simply supported on an 8-ft span; the lower beam B is 3 in wide by 8 in deep and simply supported on a 10-ft span. At their cross-over point, they jointly support a load P = 2000 lb. Determine the contact force between the beams.
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