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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.24

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

M A = ( 4.5 kips/ft )( 7 ft )( 7 ft )

Ey = 18.36 kip

= Ay + 18.36 kips + ( 4.5 kips/ft )( 7 ft ) 38 kips = 0

Ay = 11.86 kips

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.25

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

+ Dy ( 9 m) = 0

Dy = 55.83 kN

Fy = Ay + Dy 55 kN (15 kN/m)( 3 m)

= Ay + 55.83 kN 55 kN (15 kN/m)( 3 m) = 0

Ay = 44.17 kN

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.26

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = 10 kips + Cy = 0

Cy = 10 kips

M C = (10 kips )(10 ft ) 60 kip-ft + M C = 0

M C = 40 kip-ft

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.27

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = Ay 2 kN 11 kN = 0

Ay = 13 kN

M C = M C + 50 kN-m ( 2 kN )( 3.5 m)

(11 kN )( 6 m) = 0

M C = 23 kN-m

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.28

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Dy = 14 kN

Fy = Ay + Dy = Ay + 14 kN = 0

Ay = 14 kN

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.29

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

10 kN-m + By ( 6 m) = 0

By = 12.5 kN

Fy = Ay + By ( 5 kN/m)( 6 m)

= Ay + 12.5 kN ( 5 kN/m)( 6 m) = 0

Ay = 17.5 kN

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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shear-force and bending-moment diagrams for the

beams shown. Label all significant points on each

diagram and identify the maximum moments (both

positive and negative) along with their respective

locations. Clearly differentiate straight-line and

curved portions of the diagrams.

Fig. P7.30

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

M A = 25 kN-m (15 kN )( 8 m)

Dy = 31.54 kN

Fy = Ay + Dy 15 kN ( 7 kN/m)( 3 m)

= Ay + 31.54 kN 15 kN ( 7 kN/m)( 3 m) = 0

Ay = 4.46 kN

Shear-force and bending-moment diagrams:

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