How to draw SFD and BMD of one sided overhand beam
This construction video provides some useful guidelines for creating the drawing of SFD and BMD for one sided overhanding beam with point loads.
Shear force and bending moment diagrams are represented as SFD and BMD. These are called as analytical tools and applied in combination with structural analysis to facilitate carrying out structural design by ascertaining the value of shear force and bending moment at a specified point of a structural element like a beam.
The structural engineers or other construction professionals, who handle forces in materials, utilize bending moment and shear diagrams. While designing steel beam the structural engineer can easily find out lightest shape through bending moment that can be applied to transmit this bending moment. In any case, steel stirrups are arranged in concrete beams every time.
These diagrams are also very useful in any actual situation, where it is required to compute the stresses in a bending moment. These diagrams help in finding out the type and size of a member of a specified material easily. Besides, the deflection is detected easily with either the moment area method or the conjugate beam method.
Go through the following video, to get the detailed process.
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