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Structure Engineering is the most major field in Civil Engineering. In this field engineers design structures, analyze their stability by the use of softwares or manual calculations and then construct them.

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Civil Engineering  Calculators  (CE Calculators)

Moment of Inertia calculatorNew

For different sections including

I-section and T-section.

Deflection CalculatorNew

Easy to use calculator for

different loads on beams

Problem SolverNew

A collection of illustrated solved

examples for civil engineers.

RC Beam CalculatorNew

Calculate the strength of

Reinforced concrete beams

CE QUIZNew

A collection of quiz in different

areas of civil engineering

Bending Moment calculatorNew

Calculate Bending moments for

simply supported beams

CE HorizonNew

Online Civil Engineering Journal

and Magazine

Job Search

worldwide jobs for civil engineers

External Resources

Online study material from other authentic sources

 

B.M. Calculator for Simple beam

Shear force and bending moment calculations for different loading cases of simply supported beam

Moment Distribution CalculatorNew

Solving Indeterminate Beams with different loads

Fixed Beam CalculatorNew

Fixed end moment, bending moment & reaction calculation for fixed beam

Deflection Calculator for simple beam

Slope and deflection calculation for different loading

Problem SolverNew

A collection of illustrated solved examples, bending moment equation, diagram, slope & deflection etc. .

CE QUIZNew

A collection of quiz in different areas of civil engineering

CE HorizonNew

Online Civil Engineering Journal and Magazine

 

Moment of Inertia calculatorNew

For different sections including I-section and T-section.

Deflection CalculatorNew

Easy to use calculator for different loads on beams

RC Beam CalculatorNew

Calculate the strength of reinforced concrete beams

Civil Engineering ConferencesNew

Civil Engineering Conferences & seminars. 

Reinforced concreteNew

Theory of reinforced concrete analysis and design

 

Profile of Civil EngineersNew

Get to know about distinguished civil engineers

Overhanging Beam Bending Moment Calculator

This free online calculator is developed to provide a software tool for calculation of Bending Moment and Shear Force at any section of overhanging beam subjected to point load or uniformly distributed load.

Instructions for using Overhanging Beam Calculator

(i). Sign convention (a) The loads acting upward are considered as positive while the downward loads are taken as negative. Sagging bending moment is taken as positive and hogging as negative.

(b)The clock-wise rotation and moments are negative and anticlock-wise as positive.

 

(ii) All the distances should be measured with reference to the origin of axes which is taken at the extreme left end of the beam. All the distances should be entered in meter. d1 and d3 are the unsupported lengths of the beam on the left and right side of the supports at A and B. d2 is the length of beam which is supported.

(iii)The point load (P) is to be entered in kN and UDL in kN/m. It will give the values of support reactions in kN, Bending Moment in kNm and Shear Force in kN.

(iv) You can also quickly get the B.M. values at different sections of the beam, just by changing the position of section "x".

(v) In case of more than one load, take the sum of the results of all the cases (apply principle of superposition). Calculated values can be used to plot the bending moment diagram.

(vi) This calculator can also be used to find the ordinates of influence line diagram for structures.

 

Select the Loading case from the following

Point Load on the beam

point load on overhanging beam

Uniform Load on the beam

Uniform load on overhanging beam

 



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