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4.1. Introduction The basic procedure for constructing inﬂuence lines for indeterminate structures is the same as that for determinate structures. The procedure essentially involves computing the values of the response function of interest for various positions of a unit load on the structure and plotting the response function values as ordinates against the position of the unit load as abscissa to obtain the inﬂuence line. The inﬂuence lines for indeterminate structures, however, are generally curved lines. Thus the construction of inﬂuence lines for indeterminate structures requires computation of many more ordinates than necessary in the case of determinate structures. 4.2. Influence Lines for Beams and Trusses Consider the continuous beam shown in Fig. 15.1(a). Suppose that we wish to draw the inﬂuence line for the vertical reaction at the interior support B of the beam. The beam is subjected to a downward-moving concentrated load of unit magnitude, the position of which is deﬁned by the coordinate x measured from the left end A of the beam, as shown in the ﬁgure. To develop the inﬂuence line for the reaction By, we need to determine the expression for By in terms of the variable position x of the unit load. Noting that the beam is statically indeterminate to the ﬁrst degree, we select the reaction By to be the redundant. The roller support at B is then removed from the actual indeterminate beam to obtain the statically determinate primary beam shown in Fig. 15.1(b). Next, the primary beam is subjected, separately, to the unit load positioned at an arbitrary point X at a distance x from the left end, and the redundant By, as shown in Fig. 15.1(b) and (c), respectively. The expression for By can now be determined by using the compatibility condition that the defection of the primary beam at B due to the combined effect of the external unit load and the unknown redundant By must be equal to zero. Thus

f BX f BB B y 0

from which

f By BX (4.1) f BB

15. in the positive direction of the redundant By). note from Fig. . which represents the position of point X. (4.2) f BB which represents the equation of the inﬂuence line for By. according to which the deflection at B due to a unit load at X must be equal to the deflection at X due to a unit load B. unlike the case of statically determinate structures.in which the flexibility coefficient f BX denotes the deflection of the primary beam at B due to the unit load at X (Fig.1) can be rewritten as f By XB (4. this equation indicates that the influence line for By can be obtained by multiplying the deflected shape of the primary beam due to the unit load at B by the scaling factor 1 f BB . therefore.2) for the influence line for By that since f BB is a constant. the influence lines for the remaining reactions and the shears and bending moments of the beam can be obtained through equilibrium considerations. The unit load needs to be placed on the primary beam only at B. Thus Eq. the influence line for its reaction By is a curved line. and the deflections f XB at a number of points X along the beam are to be computed. as shown in Fig. Note that this scaling yields a deflected shape. the removal of support B from the indeterminate beam does not render it statically unstable. 15. the ordinate of the influence line at any point X is proportional to the deflection f XB of the primary beam at that point due to the unit load at B. 15. The foregoing observation shows the validity of Muller-Breslau’s principle for indeterminate structures. Furthermore. 15. as abscissa.e..1(c)). (4.1(d) that. f BX f XB . The inﬂuence line f can then be constructed by plotting the values of the ratio XB as ordinates against the f BB distance x. the influence line for By can be obtained by removing the support B from the original beam and by giving the released beam a unit displacement in the direction of By.1(d).1(b)). Once the influence line for the redundant By has been determined. Also. with a unit displacement at B. that is. whereas the flexibility coefficient f BB denotes the deflection at B due to the unit value of the redundant By (Fig. It can be seen from Eq. According to this principle. Note that the deflections f XB and f BB are considered to be positive when in the upward direction (i. Construction of the influence line for By is accomplished by applying Maxwell’s law of reciprocal deflections.

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