Question

The beam is subjected to a uniformly distributed load
*w=* 12 kN/m. The beam is a two-span continuous beam. The
length of each span is *L* = 2 m. The beam is made of steel.
Young's modulus (E) of steel is 200 GPa. The value of the moment of
inertia is 21 * 10^{6} mm^{4}. Use the force method
given in Week 6. Determine the reaction at the middle support
B.

Select one:

a. 6.00 kN

b. 18.00 kN

c. 12.00 kN

d. 30.00 kN

e. 24.00 kN

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