Influence lines for the force, Mechanical Engineering

Solve the following two questions of the truss. Note that A and G are pin supports. 

1)  Sketch the influence lines for the force in bar DG (the load is moving on the top chord only). 

2)  If  the  truss  is  loaded by a uniform dead  load of 4  kN/m over  the whole  length of  the  top 

chord, verify the magnitude of the bar forces in members DG. 

 

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