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By Structengineer11October 17, in Structural. I doubt you’ll need one that is far off from the AISC tables. Note they have multispan tables as well. The multispan ones were very helpful to me for visualizing moment da6-bea, shear distribution.
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fa6-beam Can you post that beam for us? Just draw it out please. A lot of the times you can do a combination of multi-span cases, as in superposition, and the result is accurate.
Otherwise, I would recommend doing a few problems from the HIbbelers structural analysis book and taking the initial chapter procedure page in your notes.
You should have a structural analysis textbook that can help you with this.
Thanks for the feedback. Yeah the problem was ; Fromulas had a general sense of the moment diagram for that case, without the hinge, when I first looked at it, but the hinge was what was throwing me off. I initially thought of it not having any moment, and fprmulas sworn that was the case, but then I was looking at some moment influence diagrams with hinges and that’s what caused me to pick an answer that didn’t have zero moment at the hinge.
I’ve thought deeper about that since then, and now have a better understanding of influence diagrams i. Correct, most of those can actually be obtained from AISC. I was actually going to suggest reviewing influence line methods, but didn’t want to give you something to try to pick up right before the exam if formulxs hadn’t ever been introduced to that method.
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