Uniformly Distributed Load?

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A uniformly distributed load is a load that has been spread over a beam in such a way that each unit of length has equal weight. The centre of gravity of such a load is at the point where it balances when placed on a knife edged object.
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Uniformly distributed loads are loads which have loading distributed evenly across a span of length "L" Written as kips/ft in U.S. customary units. Uniformly distributed
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A uniformly distributed load is a load that is uniformly spread over the full length of the member. Thanks for 82asking!
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This is a load that is uniformly spread over the full length of a member and this ensures that every per square inch of the pallet does not vary from one point to another on the pallet. This shows that the load is evenly spread on the pallet.
A load is considered uniformly distributed when there are equal parts of mass pressing down on all areas of the resting surface.
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