Table of Contents

- 1 What will be the shape of bending moment diagram of a uniformly loaded cantilever beam?
- 2 What will be the shape of bending moment diagram for a cantilever beam which is subjected to point load at free end?
- 3 When cantilever carry a uniformly varying load?
- 4 What will be the shape of BMD for the cantilever beam of length L and carrying point load at free end?
- 5 What is the bending moment at end support of simply supported beam?
- 6 What is a cantilever beam AB?
- 7 How is uniformly varying load distributed over a span?

## What will be the shape of bending moment diagram of a uniformly loaded cantilever beam?

The shape of the bending moment diagram for a cantilever beam carrying a uniformly distributed load over its length is. a straight line.

### What will be the shape of bending moment diagram for a cantilever beam which is subjected to point load at free end?

The moment diagram for a cantilever beam subjected to bending moment at end of beam will be. cubic parabola.

#### When cantilever carry a uniformly varying load?

In a cantilever carrying a uniformly varying load starting from zero at the free end, the Bending moment diagram follows the cubic law i.e. the BMD curve is cubic in nature.

**What is the shape of bending moment diagram below UDL uniformly distributed load )?**

According to the given statement, the shape of the bending moment curve will be a parabola as the equation for the uniform cantilever be formed to satisfy the given condition.

**What is the shape of bending moment diagram over the length of beam carrying a uniformly distributed load?**

BM diagram is parabolic and sheer force is linear.

## What will be the shape of BMD for the cantilever beam of length L and carrying point load at free end?

Explanation: The shear force diagram for a cantilever beam of length l and carrying a gradually varying load from zero at free end and w per unit length at the fixed end is a parabolic curve.

### What is the bending moment at end support of simply supported beam?

zero

At the ends of a simply supported beam the bending moments are zero. At the wall of a cantilever beam, the bending moment equals the moment reaction. At the free end, the bending moment is zero.

#### What is a cantilever beam AB?

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**How do you calculate the bending moment of a beam?**

However, the equation will be dependent on the load applied to the beam. For example, if a beam is loaded by a uniformly distributed load across the full length of the beam, the equation for maximum bending moment is M=wL^2/8, where w is the value of the load (per unit length) and L is the span of the beam.

**How do you calculate shear force on a cantilever beam?**

Fx= Total load acting on the cantilever beam at the section x-x from the free end which will be equal to the area of the triangle BXC. From the above equation it is very clear that the shear force increases from zero to (wx2/2L) according to parabolic law.

## How is uniformly varying load distributed over a span?

Uniformly varying load is distributed over the entire span or part of the span in such a way that the intensity of the load gradually increases from zero to maximum. Consider a section x-x at a distance of x from the free end. Let, Fx and Mx be the shear force and bending moment at any section x-x respectively.