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Basically I see it as this,

If you have a point load within D from face of support, the shear
diagram along the entire beam is affected by this load. If you have a
24" deep beam, say d=21" and you have a 2 kip point load 20" away from
face of support, the shear diagram along the entire beam should include
this point load. Regardless of where the point load is along the beam,
the internal shear in the beam is capped at the value at d from face of
support when determining it's shear capacity Phi Vn.

-gerard
Santa Clara, CA
 



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