A simply supported beam is loaded as shown is the figure below.
The maximum shear force in the beam will be
  • a)
    Zero
  • b)
    W
  • c)
    2W
  • d)
    4W
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Civil Engineering (CE) Question

Amit Kandari
Sep 22, 2018
At support s= (w+2w+w)-2w=2w 2w reaction bhi to hogi minusans C

Saurabh Chaurasia
Oct 04, 2018
Answer to bhai C hi hai SSC JE Ne C hi maana hai

Ans c hoga reaction :2w then maxi.. shear will be 2w

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