Then W e = (W1+Wf)(k+k 2 +k 3 ...) will be the weight of main girders to carry W i -}-W f and their own weight (Buck, Proc. Inst.
Let w e be the load per ft.
Then w e may be termed the uniform load per ft.
At a section distant x from the centre of a girder of span 2c, the bending moment due to a uniform load W e per ft.
From these equations a value of W e can be obtained.
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Further w er w e do not insist on the most successful method, if it does not suit a couple's wishes.
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