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RE: Which method do you like for calculating deflection

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Isn't this M/EI approach the Conjugate Beam Method?  [Note changing Real 
Supports to Conjugate Supports in analysis]

Greg

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deflection

TJ -

Sounds too simple and easy!

:o)

Can you explain the approach? How does it account for boundary conditions?

Thank you,

T. William (Bill) Allen, S.E. (CA #2607) University of Southern California, 
 M.S.C.E., 1983 University of Texas at El Paso, B.S.C.E., 1977

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