__Calculate the required diameter d of a bearing shaft for bending due to its own weight and 1 point load__

__Calculation results:__

Line load due to the own weight of the shaft | ? | N/mm |

Total length of the shaft | ? | mm |

T_A (transverse force in A) | ? | N |

T_a11 (transverse force 1 in C) | ? | N |

T_a12 (transverse force 2 in C) | ? | N |

T_B (transverse force in B) | ? | N |

Lowest value of T_A,T_a1,T_a2,T_B | ? | N |

Highest value of T_A,T_a1,T_a2,T_B | ? | N |

Reaction force F_{A} |
? | N |

Reaction force F_{B} |
? | N |

Location of the maximum bending moment | ? | |

Locatie of zero on the transverse force line | ? | mm |

Maximum bending moment | ? | Nmm |

Deflection of the shaft at the location of the maximum bending moment | ? | mm |

Deflection in the middle of the shaft | ? | mm |

Maximum deflection in the entire shaft (40 evaluation points) | ? | mm |

Maximum deflection in the entire shaft at distance | ? | mm |

Deflection limit based on total length/300 | ? | mm |

Required moment of resistance W | ? | mm^{3} |

Required diameter d | ? | mm |

__The transverse force line or T diagramma__

__The deflection of the shaft__