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Influence Lines

It is the intention :- (a) To review our ideas as to the meaning and value of influence lines. (b) To emphasise the difference between influence diagrams for shear, moment, &C., and the ordinary diagrams for these quantities with which we are all so familiar. (c) To show their extreme simplicity of construction and beauty of outline in presenting us with a mental picture of what to do with that ever moving quantity, the live load. It is not the intention to show anything new or original. J.W.E. Penrose