Influence line of shear for determinate structure : Determinate max/min shear due to moving load

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  • 2. 4.2 (A) Md. Al - Munim 08.01.03.068
  • 3. Objective Influence line of shear for determinate structure : Determinate max/min shear due to moving load.
  • 4. The structure which can be completely analyzed by static equilibrium equation are called determinate structure.
  • 5. Definition : An influence line is a plot of the magnitude of the resulting reaction/axial force/shear/moment generated in a beam or structure as a unit load travels across its length. Influence lines can be generated for any of these actions (reactions, axial forces, shears, or moments) in a structure.
  • 6. Influence lines are used to determine where to place moving loads on a structure to obtain maximum results (reactions, shears, moments, axial forces), and to compute these reactions or other actions (shears/moments/axial forces) once the loads are placed in critical positions.
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    • 1. .
  • 2. 4.2 (A) Md. Al - Munim 08.01.03.068
  • 3. Objective Influence line of shear for determinate structure : Determinate max/min shear due to moving load.
  • 4. The structure which can be completely analyzed by static equilibrium equation are called determinate structure.
  • 5. Definition : An influence line is a plot of the magnitude of the resulting reaction/axial force/shear/moment generated in a beam or structure as a unit load travels across its length. Influence lines can be generated for any of these actions (reactions, axial forces, shears, or moments) in a structure.
  • 6. Influence lines are used to determine where to place moving loads on a structure to obtain maximum results (reactions, shears, moments, axial forces), and to compute these reactions or other actions (shears/moments/axial forces) once the loads are placed in critical positions.
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