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.



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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