Concentrated or point load on beam, Mechanical Engineering

Concentrated or Point Load:

How many types of load are acting on the beam?

A beam is usually horizontal and the loads acting on beams are usually vertical. The following are important types of load acting on beam.

 

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Concentrated or Point Load

A concentrated load is one that is considered to act at the point, although in practical it should really be distributed over small area.

 

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