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Cantilever beam is a mechanical device used for the measurement of force or weight of bodies.It is based on beam balance principle.

Cantilever beam is of two types:-
1. Cantilever beam held at one end
2. Cantilever beam held at both ends

The applied force can be calculated by measuring the mechanical displacement of the beam.

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