Over-hanging and cantilever beam - support reaction , Mechanical Engineering

Over-Hanging and Cantilever Beam:

Over-Hanging Beam: The beams on which one end or both ends are overhang are called as overhanging beam.

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3. Cantilever Beam: If a beam is fixed at one end and is free at the other end, it is called cantilever beam, In the cantilever beam at the fixed point(end), there are three support reaction horizontal (RH), vertical reaction(RV), and moment(M)

 

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