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Chapter 16, Problem 1P
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Determine the reactions and draw the shear and bending moment diagrams for the beams shown in Figs. P16.1–P16.5 by using the moment-distribution method.

Chapter 16, Problem 1P, Determine the reactions and draw the shear and bending moment diagrams for the beams shown in Figs.

FIG. P16.1

To determine

Find the reaction and plot the shear and bending moment diagram.

Explanation of Solution

Fixed end moment:

Formula to calculate the relative stiffness for fixed support IL and for roller support (34)(IL).

Formula to calculate the fixed moment for point load with equal length are PL8.

Formula to calculate the fixed moment for point load with equal length are PL8.

Formula to calculate the fixed moment for point load with unequal length are Pab2L2 and Pa2bL2.

Formula to calculate the fixed moment for UDL is WL212.

Calculation:

Consider the flexural rigidity EI of the beam is constant.

Show the free body diagram of the entire beam as in Figure 1.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  1

Refer Figure 1,

Calculate the relative stiffness KCA for part CA of the beam:

KCA=I20ft+10ft=I30

Calculate the relative stiffness KCE for part CE of the beam:

KCE=I15ft+15ft=I30

In the above beam, only joint C is free to rotate. Hence, calculate the distribution factor at joint C.

Calculate the distribution factor DFCA for member AC of the beam.

DFCA=KCAKCA+KCE

Substitute I30 for KCA and I30 for KCE.

DFCA=I30I30+I30=0.5

Calculate the distribution factor DFCA for part CE of the beam.

DFCE=KCEKCA+KCE

Substitute I30 for KCA and I30 for KCE.

DFCE=I30I30+I30=0.5

Check for sum of distribution factor:

DFCE+DFCA=1

Substitute 0.5 for DFCE and 0.5 for DFCA.

0.5+0.5=1

Hence, OK.

Calculate the fixed end moment for AC.

FEMAC=18×20×102(30)2=40kft

Calculate the fixed end moment for CA.

FEMCA=18×202×10(30)2=80kft

Calculate the fixed end moment for CE.

FEMCE=10×308=37.5kft

Calculate the fixed end moment for EC.

FEMEC=10×308=37.5kft

Show the calculation of final moments using moment distribution method as in Table 1.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  2

Consider the member AC of the beam:

Show the free body diagram of the member AC as in Figure 2.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  3

Calculate the vertical reaction at the left end of the joint C by taking moment about point A.

+MA=0Cy,L(30)18×(20)+50.62558.75=0Cy,L(30)=368.125Cy,L=368.12530Cy,L=12.271k

Calculate the horizontal reaction at point A by resolving the horizontal equilibrium.

+Fx=0Ax=0

Calculate the vertical reaction at point A by resolving the vertical equilibrium.

+Fy=0Ay18+Cy,L=0Ay18+12.271=0Ay=5.729k

Consider the member CE of the beam:

Show the free body diagram of the member CE as in Figure 3.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  4

Calculate the vertical reaction at the right end of the joint C by taking moment about point E.

+ME=0Cy,R(30)+10×(15)26.875+58.75=0Cy,R(30)=181.875Cy,R=181.87530Cy,R=6.063k

Calculate the horizontal reaction at point E by resolving the horizontal equilibrium.

+Fx=0Ex=0

Calculate the vertical reaction at point E by resolving the vertical equilibrium.

+Fy=0Ey10+Cy,R=0Ey10+6.063=0Ey=3.937k

Calculate the total reaction at point C.

Cy=Cy,R+Cy,L

Substitute 6.063k for Cy,R and 12.271k for Cy,L.

Cy=6.063+12.271=18.334k

Show the reaction of the beam in Figure 4.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  5

Refer Figure 4,

Shear diagram:

Point A:

SA,L=0SA,R=5.729k

Point B:

SB=5.72918=12.271k

Point C:

SC,L=12.271kSC,R=12.271+18.334=6.063k

Point D:

SD,L=6.063kSD,R=6.06310=3.937k

Point E:

SE,L=3.937kSE,R=3.937k+3.937=0k

Plot the shear force diagram of the beam as in Figure 5.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  6

Refer Figure 4,

Bending moment diagram:

Point A:

MA=50.625kft

Point B:

MB=50.625+(5.729×20)=63.955kft

Point C:

MC=58.75kft58.8kft

Point D:

MD=58.8+(6.063×15)=32.145k

Point E:

ME=26.875kft26.9kft

Plot the bending moment diagram of the beam as in Figure 6.

Structural Analysis, Chapter 16, Problem 1P , additional homework tip  7

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