The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 6 (1928) > Issues > Issue 6 > Load Carried by Two Beams Crossing
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Load Carried by Two Beams Crossing

In investigating this case it will be useful to recapitulate the simpler formulae first. The bending moment on beams variously loaded and supported is B =Wl/n, where B = bending moment in lb. inches, W = load in lbs., l = span in inches, n = coefficient according to nature of loading and supporting. Professor Henry Adams

Author(s): Adams, Henry