Nature of shear force and bending moment - load variation, Mechanical Engineering

Define the nature of shear force and bending moment under load variation.

Sol.: The nature of SF and BM variation under two-load region is given in the table below

BETWEEN TWO POINTS, IF

S.F.D

B.M.D

No load UDL UVL

Constant Inclined Linear Parabolic

Linear Parabolic Cubic

 

 

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