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(a) Derive equations for the shear force V and the

bending moment M for any location in the beam.

(Place the origin at point A.)

(b) Plot the shear-force and bending-moment

diagrams for the beam using the derived functions.

Fig. P7.13

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = Cy ( 5 kips/ft )( 6 ft ) = 0

Cy = 30 kips

MC = 120 kip-ft + ( 5 kips/ft )( 6 ft )( 3 ft ) + MC = 0

M C = 210 kip-ft

Section a-a:

For the interval 0 x < 8 ft:

Fy = V = 0

V = 0 kips

M a -a = 120 kip-ft + M = 0

M = 120 kip-ft

Section b-b:

For the interval 8 ft x < 14 ft:

Fy = ( 5 kips/ft )( x 8 ft ) V = 0

V = 5x + 40 kips

x 8 ft

M b-b = 120 kip-ft + ( 5 kips/ft )( x 8 ft )

+ M =0

2

M = 2.5x2 + 40x 280 kip-ft

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(a) Derive equations for the shear force V and the

bending moment M for any location in the beam.

(Place the origin at point A.)

(b) Plot the shear-force and bending-moment

diagrams for the beam using the derived functions.

Fig. P7.14

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

1

Fy = Ay ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft ) 17 kips = 0

2

Ay = 44 kips

1

M A = M A ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft )( 6 ft )

2

(17 kips )(14 ft ) = 0

M A = 400 kip-ft

Section a-a:

For the interval 0 x < 9 ft:

1 6 x

1 6 x

Fy = Ay x V = 44 kips x V = 0

2 9

2 9

V =

x2

+ 44 kips

3

1 6 x x

M a a = M A Ay x + x + M

2 9 3

1 6 x x

= 400 kip-ft ( 44 kips ) x + x + M = 0

2 9 3

M =

x3

+ 44x 400 kip-ft

9

Section b-b:

For the interval 9 ft x < 14 ft:

1

Fy = Ay ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft ) V

2

1

= 44 kips ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft ) V = 0

2

V = 17 kips

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1

M b -b = M A Ay x + ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft )( x 6 ft ) + M

2

1

= 400 kip-ft ( 44 kips ) x + ( 6 kips/ft )( 9 ft )( x 6 ft ) + M = 0

2

M = 17x 238 kip-ft

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loading shown,

(a) Derive equations for the shear force V and the

bending moment M for any location in the beam.

(Place the origin at point A.)

(b) Plot the shear-force and bending-moment

diagrams for the beam using the derived functions.

(c) Report the maximum positive bending moment,

the maximum negative bending moment, and their

respective locations.

Fig. P7.15

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

+C y (17 ft ) = 0

C y = 113.97 kips

Fy = Ay + C y ( 7 kips/ft )( 25 ft )

= Ay + 113.97 kips ( 7 kips/ft )( 25 ft ) = 0

Ay = 61.03 kips

Section a-a:

For the interval 0 x < 13 ft:

V = 7 x + 61.03 kips

x

M a a = Ay x + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + M

2

x

= ( 61.03 kips ) x + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + M = 0

2

M = 3.5x 2 + 61.03x kip-ft

Section b-b:

For the interval 13 ft x < 17 ft:

Fy = Ay ( 7 kips/ft ) x V = 61.03 kips ( 7 kips/ft ) x V = 0

V = 7 x + 61.03 kips

x

M b b = Ay x + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + 250 kip-ft + M

2

x

= ( 61.03 kips ) x + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + 250 kip-ft + M = 0

2

M = 3.5x 2 + 61.03x 250 kip-ft

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Section c-c:

For the interval 17 ft x < 25 ft:

Fy = Ay + C y ( 7 kips/ft ) x V

= 61.03 kips + 113.97 kips ( 7 kips/ft ) x V = 0

V = 7 x + 175 kips

x

M c c = Ay x C y ( x 17 ft) + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + 250 kip-ft + M

2

x

= (175 kips ) x + (113.97 kips ) (17 ft) + ( 7 kips/ft ) x + 250 kip-ft + M = 0

2

M = 3.5x 2 + 175x 2,187.5 kip-ft

(c) Maximum bending moment and its

location

@ x = 8.72 ft

Mmax-nagative = 224.0 kip-ft

@ x = 17 ft

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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. P7.16

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Dy = 41.71 kips

Fy = Ay + Dy 34 kips 56 kips

= Ay + 41.71 kips 34 kips 56 kips = 0

Ay = 48.29 kips

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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. P7.17

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

M A = ( 20 kN )( 4 m ) ( 30 kN )( 8 m )

Dy = 46 kN

Fy = Ay + Dy 20 kN 30 kN 10 kN

= Ay + 46 kN 20 kN 30 kN 10 kN = 0

Ay = 14 kN

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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. P7.18

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = 8 kips + 18 kips + C y = 0

C y = 10 kips

M C = ( 8 kips )( 8 ft ) (18 kips )( 2 ft ) + M C = 0

M C = 28 kip-ft

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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. P7.19

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

C y = 40 kips

Fy = Ay + C y (10 kips/ft )(12 ft )

= Ay + 40 kips (10 kips/ft )(12 ft ) = 0

Ay = 80 kips

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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. P7.20

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

By = 36 kips

Fy = Ay + By ( 4.5 kips/ft )(12 ft )

= Ay + 36 kips ( 4.5 kips/ft )(12 ft ) = 0

Ay = 18 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. P7.21

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = Ay ( 4 kN/m )( 3 m ) = 0

Ay = 12 kN

M A = M A ( 4 kN/m )( 3 m )(1.5 m ) 10 kN-m = 0

M A = 28 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. P7.22

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Fy = 28 kips ( 9 kips/ft )( 5 ft ) + C y = 0

C y = 17 kips

M C = ( 28 kips )(8 ft ) + ( 9 kips/ft )( 5 ft )( 2.5 ft ) + M C = 0

M C = 111.5 kip-ft

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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. P7.23

Solution

Beam equilibrium:

Dy = 47.25 kips

Fy = Ay + Dy + (10 kips/ft )( 9 ft ) = 0

Ay = 42.75 kips

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