Fixed end moment


Fixed end moment

The fixed end moments are reaction moments developed in a beam member under certain load conditions with both ends fixed. Many structural analysis methods including the moment distribution method, slope deflection method and the matrix method make use of the fixed end moments.

Examples

In the following examples, clockwise moments are positive. The vertical reactions are not shown since they can be easily determined from statics.

See also

* Matrix method
* Slope deflection method
* Moment distribution method

References

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