Uniformly varying load - support reaction, Mechanical Engineering

Uniformly Varying Load - support reaction:

Uniformly Varying Load: In the diagram load varying from Point A to point C. The intensity of it is zero at A and 900N/M at C. Here total load can be represented by area of triangle and the centroid of triangle represents the center of gravity.

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