If i have two cantilever beams with a vertical prop between the free ends as shown in diagram, how do i find the load on the prop?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have the deflections of the beams to be:

v (top beam)= (PL^3)/(3EI)

v(bottom beam)=(5WL^3)/(48EI)-(PL^3)/(3EI)

the prop is of diameter d, and length a, with youngs modulus E.

Any hints/help appreciated!

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# Cantilever Beam Analysis

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