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Calculate the bending capacity of a simply supported concrete beam. Beam is 6m long and supporting...

Calculate the bending capacity of a simply supported concrete beam.

Beam is 6m long and supporting dead load of 20KN/m and live load of 10KN/m. Compressive strength of the concrete is 25MPa and yield strength of rebars is 500MPa.

Concrete beam is 300mm height 200mm width.

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