Hi, this is my first post, currently, I have a 2D model which I need to draw the load path, most of it has been done however I am unsure about this section with this cantilever, I am unsure whether the load path would be going upwards or downwards in this section.
I've drawn an arrow going in both directions but I'm really unsure if its correct, I've been given this by a friend to help solve, the black arrows represent vertical loads and the red arrows the load vectors.
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