Also, please take a lot at the force and moment reactions at the fixed supports. I couldn't understand that why am I seeing a moment reaction about Y axis at the fixed supports for both of the beams? I mean yes, for the reaction forces to be different from each other, it makes sense mathematically that that the beam which is relatively closer to the applied force will have more portion of that force passing through it. But why do the beams turn a little bit clockwise when the remote force is applied in this manner? And why do they generate a reaction moment at end of each of the beam?
Moreover, I have also conducted an analysis with a simple force passing through the centroid of the same scoped faces with the same value, and it neither generated any reaction moments nor the beams turned clockwise. So the question basically becomes that why would the force when applied somewhat closer to one of the beams would do so?