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below, derive an expression for the reactions

at supports A and B. Assume that EI is

constant for the beam.

Fig. P11.26

Solution

Choose the reaction force at A as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is a cantilever.

Consider downward deflection of cantilever beam at A due to concentrated load P.

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with concentrated load at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

5PL3

vA =

48 EI

Let L = 2 L

vA =

5 P(2 L)3

5 PL3

=

48 EI

6 EI

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with concentrated load at tip.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vA =

3EI

Let L = 2 L, P = RA

vA =

=

3EI

3EI

5PL3 8RA L3

5P

+

=0

RA =

6 EI

3EI

16

Ans.

Fy = RA + RB P = 0

5P 11P 11P

=

=

16 16

16

M B = M B RA (2 L) + P ( L) = 0

RB = P

M B = RA (2 L) P ( L) =

Ans.

5PL

3PL 3PL

PL =

=

(cw)

8

8

8

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the

reactions at supports A and C. Assume that

EI is constant for the beam.

Fig. P11.27

Solution

Choose the reaction force at C as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is a cantilever.

Consider downward deflection of cantilever beam at C due to concentrated moment M0.

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with concentrated moment.]

Relevant equations from Appendix C:

ML2

ML

vB =

and B =

EI

2 EI

2

M 0L M 0L

3M 0 L2

vC =

( L) =

2 EI

EI

2 EI

Consider upward deflection of cantilever beam at C due to concentrated load RC.

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with concentrated load at tip.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vC =

3EI

Let L = 2 L, P = RC

vC =

=

3EI

3EI

3M 0 L2 8RC L3

9M 0

+

=0

RC =

2 EI

3EI

16 L

Ans.

Fy = RA + RC = 0

9M 0 9M 0

=

16 L

16 L

M A = M A M 0 + RC (2 L) = 0

RA =

M A = RC (2 L) M 0 =

Ans.

9M 0

M

M

(2 L) M 0 = 0 = 0

16 L

8

8

(cw)

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the

reactions at supports A and C. Assume that

EI is constant for the beam.

Fig. P11.28

Solution

Choose the reaction force at C as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is a cantilever.

Consider downward deflection of cantilever beam at C due to uniformly distributed load.

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with uniformly distributed load.]

Relevant equations from Appendix C:

wL4

wL3

vB =

and B =

8EI

6 EI

4

3

wL wL

7 wL4

vC =

( L) =

8 EI 6 EI

24 EI

Consider upward deflection of cantilever beam at C due to concentrated load RC.

[Appendix C, Cantilever beam with concentrated load at tip.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vC =

3EI

Let L = 2 L, P = RC

vC =

=

3EI

3EI

7 wL4 8RC L3

7 wL

+

=0

RC =

24 EI

3EI

64

Ans.

Fy = RA + RC wL = 0

7 wL 57 wL

=

64

64

L

M A = M A wL + RC (2 L) = 0

2

RA = wL

Ans.

wL2 7 wL

wL2

18wL2

9wL2 9wL2

M A = RC (2 L)

=

(2 L)

=

=

=

2

64

2

64

32

32

(ccw)

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

forces at A, C, and D. Assume that EI is

constant for the beam. (Reminder: The

roller symbol implies that both upward and

downward displacement is restrained.)

Fig. P11.29

Solution

Choose the reaction force at C as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider downward deflection of simply supported beam at C due to P.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pbx 2

vC =

( L b2 x2 )

(elastic curve)

6 LEI

Let L = 3L, b = L, x = L

P( L)( L)

(3L) 2 ( L) 2 ( L) 2

6(3L) EI

vC =

=

PL

7 PL3

7 L2 =

18 EI

18 EI

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at C due to concentrated load RC.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pab 2

vC =

( L a 2 b2 )

6 LEI

Let L = 3L, a = 2 L, b = L, P = RC

vC =

=

( RC )(2 L)( L)

(3L) 2 (2 L) 2 ( L) 2

6(3L) EI

2 RC L

8 R L3

4 L2 = C

18 EI

18 EI

7 PL3 8RC L3

7P

+

=0

RC =

18 EI 18 EI

8

Ans.

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M A = PL + RC (2 L) + RD (3L) = 0

RD (3L) = PL RC (2 L) = PL

RD =

7P

3PL

(2 L) =

8

4

P P

=

4

4

Ans.

Fy = RA + RC + RD P = 0

RA = P RC RD = P

7P P

5 P 3P 3 P

= P

=

=

8 4

8

8

8

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

force at B. Assume that EI is constant for

the beam. (Reminder: The roller symbol

implies that both upward and downward

displacement is restrained.)

Fig. P11.30

Solution

Choose the reaction force at B as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to M0.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated moment at one end.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Mx

vB =

(2 L2 3Lx + x 2 )

(elastic curve)

6 LEI

Let L = 2 L, x = L, M = M 0

vB =

( M 0 )( L)

M0

M L2

2(2 L) 2 3(2 L)( L) + ( L) 2 =

3L2 = 0

6(2 L) EI

12 EI

4 EI

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to concentrated load RB.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vB =

48 EI

Let L = 2 L, P = RB

( RB )(2 L)3 RB L3

vB =

=

48EI

6 EI

Compatibility equation for deflection at B:

M 0 L2 RB L3

3M 0 3M 0

+

=0

RB =

=

4 EI

6 EI

2L

2L

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

force at B. Assume that EI is constant for

the beam.

Fig. P11.31

Solution

Choose the reaction force at B as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider downward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to uniformly distributed load.

[Appendix C, SS beam with uniformly distributed load over a portion of the span.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

wa 3

vB =

(4 L2 7aL + 3a 2 )

24 LEI

Let L = 3L, a = 2 L

vB =

w(2 L)3

wL2

2 wL4

4(3L) 2 7(2 L)(3L) + 3(2 L) 2 =

6 L2 =

24(3L) EI

9 EI

3EI

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to concentrated load RB.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pab 2

vB =

( L a2 b2 )

6 LEI

Let L = 3L, a = L, b = 2 L, P = RB

vB =

R L

( RB )( L)(2 L)

4 R L3

(3L) 2 ( L) 2 (2 L) 2 = B 4 L2 = B

6(3L) EI

9 EI

9 EI

2wL4 4 RB L3

3wL 3wL

+

=0

RB =

=

3EI

9 EI

2

2

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

force at B. Assume that EI is constant for

the beam. (Reminder: The roller symbol

implies that both upward and downward

displacement is restrained.)

Fig. P11.32

Solution

Choose the reaction force at B as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to uniformly distributed load.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated moment at one end.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Mx

vB =

(2 L2 3Lx + x 2 )

(elastic curve)

6 LEI

wL

L L

Let L = 2 L, x = L, M = w =

8

2 4

wL2

( L)

8

wL2

wL4

2

2

2

2(2 L) 3(2 L)( L) + ( L) =

3 L =

vB =

6(2 L) EI

96 EI 32 EI

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to concentrated load RB.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vB =

48 EI

Let L = 2 L, P = RB

vB =

( RB )(2 L)3 RB L3

=

48EI

6 EI

wL4

RB L3

3wL 3wL

+

=0

RB =

=

32 EI 6 EI

16

16

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

force at B. Assume that EI is constant for

the beam.

Fig. P11.33

Solution

Choose the reaction force at B as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider downward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to one concentrated load P.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pbx 2

vB =

( L b2 x 2 )

(elastic curve)

6 LEI

Let L = 4 L, b = L, x = 2 L

P( L)(2 L)

PL

11PL3

2

2

2

2

(4 L) ( L) (2 L) =

11L =

vB =

6(4 L) EI

12 EI

12 EI

The second concentrated load will cause an additional deflection at B of the same magnitude.

Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to concentrated load RB.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

PL3

vB =

48 EI

Let L = 4 L, P = RB

vB =

( RB )(4 L)3 64 RB L3 16 RB L3

=

=

48EI

48EI

12 EI

11PL3 11PL3 16 RB L3

11P

+

=0

RB =

12 EI 12 EI

12 EI

8

Ans.

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below, derive an expression for the reaction

force at B. Assume that EI is constant for

the beam.

Fig. P11.34

Solution

Choose the reaction force at B as the redundant; therefore, the released beam is simply supported.

Consider downward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to uniformly distributed load.

[Appendix C, SS beam with uniformly distributed load over a portion of the span.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

wa 3

vB =

(4 L2 7aL + 3a 2 )

24 LEI

Let L = 5 L, a = 3L

vB =

w(3L)3

27 wL2

99 wL4

4(5 L) 2 7(3L)(5 L) + 3(3L) 2 =

22 L2 =

24(5 L) EI

120 EI

20 EI

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pbx 2

vB =

( L b2 x 2 )

(elastic curve)

6 LEI

Let L = 5 L, b = L, x = 3L, P =

wL

3

wL

( L)(3L)

wL2

wL4

3

(5L) 2 ( L) 2 (3L) 2 =

15L2 =

vB =

6(5L) EI

30 EI

2 EI

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Consider upward deflection of simply supported beam at B due to concentrated load RB.

[Appendix C, SS beam with concentrated load not at midspan.]

Relevant equation from Appendix C:

Pab 2

vB =

( L a2 b2 )

6 LEI

vB =

R L

( RB )(3L)(2 L)

12 RB L3

(5 L) 2 (3L) 2 (2 L) 2 = B 12 L2 =

6(5L) EI

5 EI

5EI

99wL4 wL4 12 RB L3

109 wL

+

=0

RB =

= 2.270833wL

20 EI 2 EI

5 EI

48

Ans.

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