Statics of structure, distributed load

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I dont know how to deal with two confounded loads

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I really need fast replies thnak for your attempt
 

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This is not a very difficult problem . You should really have made some effort to solve it yourself .

Start by working out the reaction forces at points A and B . Show us your workings . We'll go on from there .
 

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Yes i have calculated the reaction forces but the problem tha i dont know how to work with the part wherethe two distributed load are confounded please lead me and i just want to know about the section thank u
 
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Not sure I understand the diagram. It seems to be an L shaped beam, assumed rigid at the bend. The distributed load is of uniform density q0 on the vertical section, but what about the horizontal section? The text suggests that is also uniform, but the diagram implies it declines linearly(?) from a max of q0 to zero at the tip.

By "confounded" loads, do you mean the combination of distributed and point loads on the same beam section, or is it the mix of vertical and horizontal loads that bothers you?
 

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