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Are you asking about the beam bending relationship between the shear force and the derivative of the bending moment? Which part don't you understand?dahoa said:View attachment 228131

Can you give daily example of how statics work? Why should there be a V? And how do you solve for V if one of the support is gone (or no moment at one side)?

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Chestermiller said:Are you asking about the beam bending relationship between the shear force and the derivative of the bending moment? Which part don't you understand?

I want to know what happened if M- is zero.. how do you solve for V and what would become of M+?

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