The SM-1429 consists of a beam that is supported by two pillars and is subject to point loads. One end of the beam is chopped. At that point there is a low-friction hinge with one degree of freedom. The internal response (shear force) at this point on the beam is indicated by the force gauge. The force gauge’s adjuster nut is used to horizontally align the beam and balance out any deflection. The static equilibrium conditions are used to determine the reactions. It is theoretically divided into two segments in order to examine the impact of the point loads in the beam. Applying the method of sections, the internal forces and moments are calculated using the equilibrium conditions and displayed onto the two segments.
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