Calculating the maximum moment, Mechanical Engineering

Select a standard rolled steel I-section for the simply supported beam shown in figure below.  Select an appropriate factor of safety and material strength.  Include references for all source information employed. The self-weight of the beam itself may be neglected when calculating the maximum moment.

 

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Justification, with references, for choice of steel grade and factor of safety required, plus incorporation of material selfweight into analysis required for M/D criteria.

 

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