https://www.engineeringintro.com/mechanics-of-structures/sfd-bmd/types-of-load/

Nov 17, 2013 ... There are three types of load i.e, Point load, distributed load and ... Distributed load is that acts over a considerable length or you can say “over ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNlvixnv4G0

May 2, 2017 ... Learn how to convert a uniformly distributed load to Point Load. This video covers how to change both a triangular distributed load and UDL to ...

http://www.rmiracksafety.org/2018/09/01/point-versus-uniformly-distributed-loads-understand-the-difference/

Sep 1, 2018 ... The pallet's bottom construction contributes greatly to whether the load is uniformly distributed or resting atop specific points. That means the ...

https://web.iit.edu/sites/web/files/departments/academic-affairs/academic-resource-center/pdfs/Distributed_Loading.pdf

A load applied across a length or area instead of at one point ... equivalent to the area under the curve of the distributed load. 10 kN/m. 1 m. 3 m. 2 m. kN. F m m.

https://www.bgstructuralengineering.com/BGASCE7/BGASCE7005/BGASCE70502.htm

Note that ASCE 7-05 section 4.3 states that the uniform load OR the concentrated load is used "whichever produces the greater load effects." This means that ...

https://www.bgstructuralengineering.com/BGASCE7/BGASCE7005/index.htm

The specified live loads are generally expressed either as uniformly distributed area loads or point loads applied over small areas. The uniformly distributed ...

https://cr4.globalspec.com/thread/78187/Point-Load-vs-Total-Distributed-Load

Point Load vs Total Distributed Load. nabeel.haider. 05/23/2012 3:43 AM. Guys Please tell me the difference between the pointed load , hanging load and ...

https://www3.aps.anl.gov/APS_Engineering_Support_Division/Mechanical_Operations_and_Maintenance/Calculators/definitions.html

"Young's modulus or modulus of elaticity (and also elastic modulus) is a measure ... Point load (P) is a force applied at a single infinitismal point at a set distance from ... Uniform distributed load (q) is a force applied over an area, denoted by q  ...

http://adaptivemap.ma.psu.edu/websites/statically_equivalent_systems/equivalent_point_load/equivalentpointload.html

Finding the equivalent point load for a distributed force often helps simplify the ... from the equations of equilibrium or equations of motion in later analysis.

http://faculty.arch.tamu.edu/media/cms_page_media/4575/NS10loads.pdf

Support Conditions & Loading. • Types of loads: - Concentrated – single load at one point. - Distributed – loading spread over a distance or area plan ...