A cantilever beam, 3.5 m long, carries a concentrated load, P, at mid-length.
1. How much is the deflection (mm) at mid-length?
2. What force (kN) should be applied at the free end to prevent deflection?
3. To limit the deflection at mid-length to 9.5 mm, how much force (kN) should be applied at the free end?
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See deflection of beam by moment-area method for details.
Rotation of beam from A to B
Deviation of B from a tangent line through A