Example of pure bending, Civil Engineering

• The bar carries equal weights at equal distances from the weight lifter's hands

• The reactions (R) at the hands must be equal and opposite to the weights

• The pair of forces at each end of the bar (couple) can be replaced by an equivalent moment (M)

• The middle portion of the bar is in pure bending 

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