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Beam End Shear Reaction zero???

Beam End Shear Reaction zero???

Beam End Shear Reaction zero???

Hi, I modeled a very simple frame with pinned supports. I applied a "none" shell area over gravity beams (set to auto-select) and a dead load. Once I run the analysis and then run a steel design check of members, the program sizes the members and shows strong-axis moments. However, when i click "Display Design Info" under Design>Steel Frame Design>Display Design Info>P-M Colors/Beam End Shear Force, it shows that all the beams/girders that connect to a pin have ZERO beam end shear force. I don't see why this is happening or how its possible, the program does show that these beams have moment, so why does it show a zero beam end shear force?

The beams DO have a 2-2 shear force when I go through Display>Forces/Stress Diagrams>Frame..., links to my model and screenshots are below.







Does anyone have any advice?

Any ideas are appreciated, thank you!

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