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While waiting for approval of the attachment, try this

http://physics.uwstout.edu/StatStr/Strength/Beams/beam41.htm#Topic 4.1 Shear Forces I

http://physics.uwstout.edu/StatStr/Strength/Beams/beam41.htm#Topic 4.1 Shear Forces I

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btt Need help on this problem

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One can find that force by integrating the lift along the wing and subtracting the weights of wing and engines. The weight of the wing is uniformly distributed. The weights of the body and engines can be treated as point loads.

The right side is free, the left side is constrained by the body, so think about cantilever beam boundary conditions.

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