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PROBLEM 5.

67

For the beam and loading shown, determine (a) the


magnitude and location of the resultant of the
distributed load, (b) the reactions at the beam supports.

SOLUTION

1
(a) RI (1100 N/m) (6 m) 2200 N
3
RII (900 N/m) (6 m) 5400 N
R RI RII 2200 5400 7600 N

XR xR : X (7600) (2200)(1.5) (5400)(3)

X 2.5658 m R 7.60 kN , X 2.57 m

(b) MA 0: B (6 m) (7600 N)(2.5658 m) 0


B 3250.0 N

B 3.25 kN

Fy 0: A 3250.0 N 7600 N 0
A 4350.0 N

A 4.35 kN

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PROBLEM 5.69

Determine the reactions at the beam supports for the given


loading.

SOLUTION

1
RI (50 lb/in.)(12 in.)
2
300 lb
RII (50 lb/in.)(20in.)
1000 lb

Fy 0: Ay 300 lb 1000 lb 400 lb 0

A 900 lb

MA 0: M A (300 lb)(8 in.) (1000 lb)(22 in.) 400 lb 38 in. 0

MA 9200 lb in.

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PROBLEM 5.76

Determine the reactions at the beam supports for the given


loading when wO 400 lb/ft.

SOLUTION

1 1
RI wO (12 ft) (400 lb/ft)(12 ft) 2400 lb
2 2
1
RII (300 lb/ft)(12 ft) 1800 lb
2

MB 0: (2400 lb)(1 ft) (1800 lb)(3 ft) C (7 ft) 0

C 428.57 lb C 429 lb

Fy 0: B 428.57 lb 2400 lb 1800 lb 0

B 3771 lb B 3770 lb

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PROBLEM 5.78

The beam AB supports two concentrated loads and rests on soil that
exerts a linearly distributed upward load as shown. Determine the
values of A and B corresponding to equilibrium.

SOLUTION

1
RI A (1.8 m) 0.9 A
2
1
RII B (1.8 m) 0.9 B
2
MD 0: (24 kN)(1.2 a ) (30 kN)(0.3 m) (0.9 A )(0.6 m) 0 (1)

For a 0.6 m, 24(1.2 0.6) (30)(0.3) 0.54 a 0

14.4 9 0.54 A 0 A 10.00 kN/m

Fy 0: 24 kN 30 kN 0.9(10 kN/m) 0.9 B 0 B 50.0 kN/m

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