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Hi I have a beam that is supported at one end and at the other has a point moment (couple) acting on it at the end point. I was wondering the follwing equation is correct for the moment at any point on the beam.

M= Cx/L

Where M is the moment, C is the force of the couple, x is the location where the moment is wanted and L is the length of the beam?

Thanks

Dan

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# Homework Help: Couple acting on a beam

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