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I don't know if anyone can help. I would like to be able to calculate the bending moment and deflection of a beam that is:

Built in on both ends (no rotation)

It has 2 different distributed loads not equ ispaced along the beam

and has 2 point loads which are also not eqi spaced.

I can only find nice standard cases of 1 concentrated load OR a distributed load both equally spaced along the beam length.

I was thinking that superposition might be the easiest method

Thanks for any help

Richard

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# Statically indeterminate built in beams

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