## What is the formula for simply supported beam with UDL?

Concept: The maximum bending moment for a simply supported beam with a uniformly distributed load W per unit length is wL2/8.

**What is the bending moment formula for simply supported beam?**

In case of simply supported beam, bending moment will be zero at supports. And it will be maximum where shear force is zero. Bending moment at point B = M(B) = R1 x Distance of R1 from point B.

**How is UDL bending moment calculated?**

Bending Moment of the Uniformly distributed load: (applied load*perpendicular distance of the applied load)*(perpendicular distance of the applied load/2 + remaining length of the beam).

### What is the maximum bending moment for simply supported beam with UDL?

Simply Supported Beam – With UDL More Beams

Resultant Forces, R: | 0.5 | kN |
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Max. Moment, Mmax: | 0.125 | kNm |

Moment at x, Mx: | 0.125 | kNm |

Max Deflection, ∆max: | 0.000008 | m |

Deflection at x, ∆x: | 0.000008 | m |

**How do you calculate simply supported beam?**

Simply supported beam calculator for force, moment, stress, deflection and slope calculation of a simply supported beam under point load, distributed load and bending moment. Param. Param….SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAM CALCULATOR.

INPUT LOADING TO SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAM | ||
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POINT LOADS | ||

Reaction Force 2 [R2] | — | N kN lbf |

Transverse Shear Force @ distance x [Vx] | — |

**How do you calculate UDL of a beam?**

The total load on beam is the UDL multiplied by the length of the beam, i.e. 5 kN/m × 8.00 m = 40 kN….

Sum of the vertical forces must be zero | Σ Fv = 0 |
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Sum of the moments forces must be zero | Σ M = 0 |

## How do you calculate UDL on a beam?

**What is bending stress formula?**

The bending stress is computed for the rail by the equation Sb = Mc/I, where Sb is the bending stress in pounds per square inch, M is the maximum bending moment in pound-inches, I is the moment of inertia of the rail in (inches)4, and c is the distance in inches from the base of rail to its neutral axis.

**How do you calculate the stress of a simply supported beam?**

The shear stress at any given point y1 along the height of the cross section is calculated by: where Ic = b·h3/12 is the centroidal moment of inertia of the cross section. The maximum shear stress occurs at the neutral axis of the beam and is calculated by: where A = b·h is the area of the cross section.