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Bending moment and shear force diagrams of beams with different support conditions and different loading conditions. Civil Engineering Design, Civil Engineering Construction, Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Notes, Chemical Engineering, Engineering Girls, Physical Science

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Shear Load and Bending Moment Diagrams

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams: This website is useful because it explains point loads and point moments. It also explains step by step equilibrium moments and forces, and it gives you a brief example of them and how to derive/draw shear forces and bending moment diagrams.

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Simply Supported UDL Beam Formulas | Bending Moment Equations

A simply supported beam is the most simple arrangement of the structure. The beam is supported at each end, and the load is distributed along its length. A simply supported beam cannot have any translational displacements at its support points, but no restriction is placed on rotations at the supports. Fig:1 Formulas for Design of Simply Supported Beam having