Simply-supported beam, Civil Engineering

A simply-supported beam (AB) with an overhang (BC) is illustrated in Figure 1(a), with the cross-sectional details given in Figure 1(b). The dead load comprises self weight only; fc' = 20 MPa. Compute the maximum allowable concentrated live load q (kN) acting at the tip of the overhang, C.

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