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FIXED ENDED BEAM SUBJECTED TO TWO POINT LOADING.FIXED ENDED BEAM SUBJECTED TO UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTEDLOAD.TWO EQUALLY SPAN CONTINUOUS BEAM LOADED WITH APOINT LOAD AT MIDSPAN. .
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MOMENt REDIStRIBUtIONAS PER CODESBS CODEBritish code CP 110-1972 allows the peak elastic moments tobe reduced by up to (0.6-c/d)100% but not more than 30%.RUSSIAN CODE Russian regulations apparently have allowed the intermediatespans of uniformly loaded continuous beams of equal span tobe design for equal positive and negative moments and haveallow 30% moment redistribution from the elastic bendingmoment diagram.ACI CODEACI code allow support moments to be changed by up to 20%depending upon the ductility of section
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FACtORS AFFECtINg ON MOMENt REDIStRIBUtION Plastic hinge rotation Plastic hinge length
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APPlICAtION OF MOMENt REDIStRIBUtION Redistribution of negative moments in continuous nonprestressed flexural members Redistribution of negative moments in continuous prestressed flexural members
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MOMENt REDIStRIBUtION PROhIBItED slab systems designed by the Direct Design Method. The failure mechanism of FRP reinforced flexural members should not be based on the formation of plastic hinges.
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DEvElOPMENt OF M-FIlEMAIN PROGRAM CALCULATE COLLAPSE LOADSUB PROGRAM DRAW MOMENT CURVATURE DIAGRAM DRAW SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT DIAGRAM
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CASES tO BE CONSIDERED Fixed ended beam loaded with two point loading. Fixed ended beam loaded with a uniformly distributed load Two equally span continuous beam loaded with a point load at mid span
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