-4 A simple beam ABCD has moment of inertia I near the supports and moment of iertia 2I in the middle region, as shown in the figure. A uniform load of intensity q acts over the entire length of the beam. Determine the quations of the deflection curve for the left-hand half of the beam. Also, find the angle of rotation θ A at the left-hand support and the deflection δ max at the midpoint.

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Chapter 9, Problem 9.7.4P
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-4 A simple beam ABCD has moment of inertia I near the supports and moment of iertia 2I in the middle region, as shown in the figure. A uniform load of intensity q acts over the entire length of the beam.

Chapter 9, Problem 9.7.4P, -4 A simple beam ABCD has moment of inertia I near the supports and moment of iertia 2I in the

Determine the quations of the deflection curve for the left-hand half of the beam. Also, find the angle of rotation θ A at the left-hand support and the deflection

   δ max at the midpoint.

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