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2. A simply supported beam has a width of 200mm and
depth of 400mm is 4m long. It carries a

uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m over the whole beam and a
point load of 40 kN at the

center of the beam. Compute the maximum deflection if the maximum
slope produced in the

beam is 2× ??-3 radian. (6 M

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Answer #1

Answer) As can be seen below by combining max slope given by a simply supported beam with udl and point load in the middle of the beam

we get maximum slope

and maximum deflection

We are given Wo= 20KN/m

L = 4m

P= 40KN

= 0.002radian

Now by substituting given values in ( in radians only) we will obtain EI

EI= 46666.66

NOw substituting EI in

We get

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. A simply supported beam has a width of 200mm and
depth of 400mm is 4m long. It carries a
uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m over the whole beam and a
point load of 40 kN at the
center of the beam. Compute the maximum deflection if the maximum
slope produced in the
beam is 2× ??-3 radian.

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