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i have a small problem in calculating a particular loading case of a cantilever beam which is shown on the attached image.

i have found many loading cases of cantilever beams which i am able to solve, however for this one i couldnt find anything unfortunately.

the bending moment equation which i have written is:

M(x)= -Mw+Rwx-R[x-0.4] which i hope is correct

determined needs to be:

a) The maximum deflection at the loading point (695N at 0.4)

b)The maximum values of the reactions at the supports.

for any hints and advices i will be grateful

best regards

durka

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# Cantilever beam (statically indeterminate)

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