Hey, hopefully this is a suitable forum to put this in! I've been having a bit of trouble trying to find an example to learn from about finding the raidus of curvature in a simply supported beam. I've got a point loads and a UDL to take into account and seem to find it near impossible to find any examples where the two are combined. If it helps the question is as follows: 1. A simply supported beam of length 6m supports a vertical point load of 45kN a distance of 4m from one end. If the maximum allowable bending stress is 120MPa: *7 previous questions were asked* If the beam has a young's modulus of 200GPa calculate the radius of curvature. Any information you might need just ask! Thanks!! Edit: Read a sticky and you want my own attempt? Well I would show you what I've done but im that stuck that i dont have anything!! I'm just trying to get hold of some useful info to get started!