Question

For a simply supported beam of length L and uniform cross-section (constant E and I with usual notation) with a concentrated load P perpendicular to the beam at mid span, use first principles and method of integration discussed to obtain an expression for the maximum deflection.

If the concentrated load is still perpendicular to the beam but not at the mid span, very clearly and briefly explain how you would determine the maximum deflection of the beam.

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