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Shear, Moments and Deflections

Shear, Moments and Deflections

Shear, Moments and Deflections

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Hello Structural Engineers,

Can anyone please share a pdf/ document that contains list of all kinds of beams with varying spans, loads and support conditions and their respective shear/ moment and deflection equations. I looked out for most of books and couldn't find it. I am sure, it is somewhere out there hiding..... :) THanks in advance

RE: Shear, Moments and Deflections

Design Aid No 6 by NDS
Beam Design Formulas with Shear and Moment Diagrams
*search for it online*

RE: Shear, Moments and Deflections

AISC Steel Construction manuals all have this.

RE: Shear, Moments and Deflections

I agree with skeletron. NDS #6 is pretty good and free I think.

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