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# Reactions on a pipeline

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The resultant force acting on the pipe is given by

Or
(Here I, j and k are the unit vectors in x, y and z directions respectively)
Let the reaction force at point A is
As for ...

#### Solution Summary

One end A of a pipe frame is fixed and the components of reaction at A is calculated.

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