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Continuous Beams. Notes on Graphic Calculation for any Loads, Spans and Stiffness

BY the theorem of three moments the solution of continuous beam problems involves a good deal of calculation, and the results are open to the criticism that the assumption on which the theorem is based are rarely correct in practice, so that they are no nearer actuality than those obtained more simply by a graphic method based on the same assumptions. W.A. Green

Author(s): Green, W A

Keywords: beams;continuous structural members;analysis;graphic methods