1) Determine the values of the vertical reactions at supports B and E. 2) Draw a neat, true-to-scale hand-drawn diagram of the Shear Force in the beam, showing values at A, B, C, D, E and F. 3) Find the position where the Shear Force is zero. 4) Draw a neat, true-to-scale hand-drawn diagram of the Bending Moment in the beam, showing values at A, B, C, D, E and F. 5) Show the location and value of the maximum sagging and hogging bending moments. 6) Use the program EngiLab_Beam2D (www.engilab.com), or any suitable computer program, to analyse the beam. Draw the Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams. Compare your hand results to the computer results and comment on any differences. 7) The bending moment at E is to be decreased by 30% by applying a uniform distributed load (UDL), w2, between E and F. What is the value and direction of the uniformly distributed load, w2 (kN/m), between E and F. Draw the new bending moment diagram Figure Q2 shows a pin jointed truss, with a pin support at A and a roller support at E. The truss is subjected to four vertical loads and one horizontal load as shown in the figure. 1) Determine the values of the three support reactions at supports A and E. 2) Using the method of joints, determine the value and type of force in each element of the truss. 3) Summarise your answer on a diagram of the truss layout.