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- 1. Shear Force Diagrams ( SFD ) and Equations And Bending Moment Diagrams ( BMD ) and Equations In Beams
- 2. Beams Beam = a structural member designed to support loads applied perpendicular to the axis of the beam. It is usually long in one direction ( axis of the beam ) compared with the other two directions.
- 3. External forces Internal forces All shown external and internal forces are positive. Note that the axial (normal) force is usually ignored in beams. However, it does NOT affect V & M if it is considered.
- 4. Before, we discussed how to determine the internal forces at specific points. Now we need to determine the internal forces at any point x ; that is we need to write V and M as functions of x . V = f ( x ) M = f ( x )
- 5. Then we plot these functions. (See the examples next.) *Note that there are infinite number of points ! use X.

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