Qualitatively (without values but to scale) draw the influence lines for shear, moment, and reactions. Use the structures illustrated below.
2. Use the design truck with a 14-ft rear-axle spacing to determine the critical (most positive and negative) shear, moment, and reactions at the points of interest for Problem 9.1. Instructor to assign structures and POIs.
Determine the influence lines for the shear and bending moments for the points of interest (POI) labeled. Instructor to assign structures and POIs.
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