hello there i have this question that seems quite compilcated, i was hoping some one could help me into solving it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

basically i have a frame that can be seen in the diagram, i have to work out the vertical and horizontal components at point D. i was curious as to how i can do it.

i know it works on the principles of useing total moments = moments before sway + a(moments after sway) but i am a little concerned with the applied forces being on the joints themselves, along with the incline of both AB and CD - which makes it harder to find the orgin of rotation.

any help would be appricated thanks

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# Question on moment distrobution with sway

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