7·1. The co'umn is fixed to the floor and is sUbJected to the loads sh?wn.

Determine the internal normal force, shear force, 4nd momenta! points A and B.
Fr" bod, Di~gl'tlm: The support II!8CIionnecd not be computed in !his case, I""r"al Forct,s : Applying equalions of equilibrium 10the top segment seclioned throu~pointA. we have (5iO 111111

,...~
W~

l?Om,.,

15'0rr.

-+IF.i=O; + tIl'i = 0;
Not - 6 -: 6:: 0
6(0.15) -6(0.15)

+!

ADS

NA

= 12.0kN
Mot

ADS

C+ IMot

'" 0;

-Mot = 0

=0

ADS

Applying equali~ns of equilibrium 10 the lOp segment s.ectioned through point B. we hav~

v, =0
+ttr; =0;
+IM. ~O; NI -6-6-8=0
6(0.15) -6(0.15) MI N. =20.0kN - 8(O.lS)4-M.

ADS

Ans

= 1.20kN·m

=0
ADS

7·2. Th~rodis subjected to theforces shown.Determine the intern~1 normal force at points A, B,and C.

Fne bod,· ipJ«grtJlll : The support reaction need.not .becomputed

in this case. ' llIt,,.,,al Fqrcl$ : Applying equalions of equih'brium sectioned wpugh pointA, we have
i

10

the lOpsegment

+ tlU, = 0;
Applyingeq~ons
point B. we Fve. +

Not- 550

=0
10

Hot = SSO lb

ADS

of equilibrium

the lOpsegment sectioned through

tru, = 0;
,

N. -550+ 150+ 150= 0 N.=2S01b
.

ADS

Applying. eq~alions of equilibrium 10the lOp.segment seccioncdlhrough
point C, we

~ve

+ flu, = 0;

Ne-S50+

150+ 150·~3!i0-3SO=0
ADS

He= 950 lb

7-3. Th~ forces act on the shaft shown. Determine internal ~ormal force at points A, B, and C.

ttle
5kN

.~~~:~::m~t<~~~
B

7kN

4kN

C

l"U,IUIlF~,clj : Applying cbe equalion of equilibrium to Ihe Jcftsegment sectioneidtiupughpoint A,we have

Applying rrut equalion of equilibrium point B, we ~ave .::.~ =0;
4-Nc =0

to

the right segment sectioned through

Nc = 4.00 kN

ADS

Applying tb~ equalion of equilibrium 10tbe right segment sectioned through point C, we have

'::'u.

=0;

NII+4-7=0

NII=3.00kN

ADS

*7-4. Theishaft is supported by the two smooth bearings A and B .l]te four pulIeys attached to the shaft are. used to transmit] power to adjacent machinery.ffthe torques applied tor the pulleys are as shown, determine. the internal to~ques at points C, D, and E.

Int""alFoi,ces : Applying the: equalion of equilibrium
sectioned tbrfugh point C, we have

to 1IIe

Ipftsegment

Applying tbe!equalion of equilibrium 10tbeleft segment sectioned through point D, we ~ave l:M.!=0; 40+15-10=0 1D=5S.0Ib·ft ADS

x:.

Applyingtbe~ualionofequilibrium point E, we ~ve

10the right segment sectionedthrougb

ADS

1~

-e-~.
~~
10 Ib,ft

,.5. Theshaftjs supported by a journal bearing at A and a thrustbearmg at B. Deternrinethe normal force, shear.force, moment at a section passingtbroUgh (a) point C, whicb is just to the right of the bearing at At and (b) point D, ~hich is just to the left ofthe3000-1b force.

and

2Si Ib

e
.,

::.t:i

37 U;u.AJJ.l~
7S Iblft 1b

12ft.l
Proh.7-5

2ft

j
0

-A,(14)

+ 25()()(20) +

900(8)

+ 3000(2) =

A, = 4S141b

.1,Sool4

~.:--t-i
t

'coJl,J,~

4S14 - 2500 - 900 - 3000 + By = 0 B, = 18861b

l.) .. tl
~,5D0t4 Lit

('-I

~+:EMc

=[0;

2500(6) +

Me

=

0

Me =

-15000 Ib·ft = -IS.0ldp·ft

bJ'~ 1
y, 'l,SIItU,

ADS
-2500 + 4514 - Vc Vc

=

0
ADS

=

2014 Jb

=

2.01 kip

- Mo Mo

+ 1886(2)

=

0

= 3771 Ib·ft = 3.77 kip·ft =0

ADS
Ans

~u. = 0;
+
!

No

Vo-3000 + 1886 = 0 Vo = 11141b = 1.11 ldp Ans

7·6. t?etermine the internal normal force and shear force,aind the bending moment in the beam at points C and D.!Assumethe support atB is.a roller. Point Cis locatedjjust to the right of the 8-kipload.

8 kip

Support

f.crctioll.f : FBD

(a).

(+tM" =0;
+~u,
... !

B, (24)+40-8(8).=0

=0;

A,'" i.00-8
A. =0

=0

A,

= 7.00 kip

B,

= LOOkip

8 "'if

~u.=0 Internal lforce,: Applyinglhe

Ak
~
8ft

4<J I:,ip·Jt

1)
I
(d)

equations of equilibrium 10 segment A C

(FBD (b)] ~we have

fbi,
B(

A~
Ne=O +1'u,=0; (+IfMe Applyingth¢ 7.00-8-Ve=0 Me -7.00(8) Ve=-1.00kip Me Ans Ans Ans , we.havc Ans Vo

at-if

= 0;

=0

= 56.0 kip· ft

equations of eqUilibrium 10 segment BD [FBO(e)) No=O

A}:1tJO k'f'
~ y;
(C)

+ 1'1:F, = 0;

Vo + 1.00= 0

= -1.00

kip

Ans

4ol:·pJt
;
t

1.00(8) +40-Mo = 0 Mo = 48.0 kip . ft

IJ~

Ans

B{';'OOKif

~
7-7. metermine the shear force and moment at points C and 'D.

(1+-l:M8 = 0;

500(8) - 300(8) -A, (14) = 0

A, = 114.29Ib
Internali Force, : Applying the equations of equilibrium 10 segment A C [FBO (bU, we have
t

500lb

zooi«

300'~

1+1:1'; =0;

Ne =0

Ans Ve = -3861b Ans

'+~c
+Tu,=O;
~!lMo

+!r u, = 0;

114.29-500- Ve = 0

~ft A}

-r

8ft

8ft

1

.1

= 0;

Me + 500(4) -114.29(10)=
Me '" -857 lb· ft

0
AIlS (e)) , we have

(~) 8}
500lD

Applying ~eeqUalions

of eqllilibrium 10 scgmentED[FBD

Ans

C~) soot;

"l,-JOO=O
-Mo-300(2)

Vo=JOOlb
=0 Mo =-600lb.ft

AIlS Ans

= 0;

Y'~

1(12) -8(18) = 0 Me = 3. A. Assume the ~+:EM. shear force.5 kip ADS -Me . Take w -. DeteI!mine the normal force.2 + 17. +t~ = 0. shear force.1 kip ~IF.19. =0 -10 . A. +t~= 0.=600N 3 t "Jf. .e = l000N A1l-+h· . ~l:I:.9..1 . support atA ¢an be approximated by a pin and B as a roller. ..8= 0 Ve = 0.6 +17. = 0.150(8) + 5(1000) A. • at a sectiori passing throug h porn t D . A. IS0(4)(2)+Mo = 0 ADS MD = 1200N·m = 1.6(6) + 17.6 Idp·ft AIlS i ie normal rorce..8 =0 = 0. = 0.. = 20.0 ADS ~ +IMD = 0. .~ section passingtllrough point C.9. I Aj + HoP.VD =. No". and moment ·at. . .J -150(8)(4) +s-&c(8) 3 =0 1f.150(4) .. -800N AIlS 600 .*7-8. Ne = 0 ADS Ve . 8111 150(1)11 ---1 .fl S Ie = 0 ~u.20kN'm . and1cO N/m 7 9 Determine the norma f _ moment •• ..1 .----t . = +f~ 0. A. = 0.. = 0. -600(4)"..

. -9(6) + 3(2) + Me" 0 Me = +tu.4w(2) =0 800= 4w(2) w ~ +l:M" = lOONlm = 0.'ItD = 0. 0 A. The b$m AB will fail.occurs ~. -800(4) + 1#C<0.if the maximummtemal Assume maximwu moment ..D: reaches 800 N • m or the normal force in member Be becomes 1500 N.7 N < 1500 N 100 N/m (O. MD . = 0.K!) Aas = 7. I.:~~""':-~~~~~~I --"""''"'''''"'' .Determine the largest load w it can support.. +..(18) +27(6) .. 0 T6c w = 666.6}(8) . ·~~""'~-L~J.' moment at 7·10. = 9 kip = 0. ~----------~ +IMc -A.1L DeteJllJline the shear force and moment acting at a section pa$sing through point C in the beam. D.. 48 kip·ft ADS 9-3 .Ve = 0 Vc = 6kip ADS .

.u:lio.550(5. ~-4SO=0.ft! S'SOII. 87 (8) + SOO(2).vchavc ID scement ED No=O + i~ =0... md momentacting at point C and at point D.SOO( = 0 4 10) B. = 0. 0 Ana Mc=SOOlb·ft Ana .Ans +t~=o.5) .. = 0 VB-5SO-300=0.650 . ~ -150(1. Ans VB = 850lb Ans t +~ Mol = 1125Ib-ft ~u. l +l:MB = 0.60!dp·ft Nc=O Ana we have Aas Applying Ihciequalions. 0.5) ~ =4SOlb . S ". of equi!ibriumlD scgment Be [fBD (en.. 00-250= 3 Ans Ans~. l +l:Me = 0.300(3)=0. Vc+2000-1209-SOO= 2OOO(4)-I200(2)-800(6) 0 Vc =0 ..24OQ( ) . Ne = 12001b Ne .port R~. 0. Me .. .300(13). Ve Ms = Ans :'u. -MD -800(2) = 0 MD = -1600 lb·ft= -1.. + i!u.300(11) '" 0. = 0." : From FBD (a).5) .. Detrrmine the internal normal force.=O.II~ 1 t30QI~ MB . =20001b InttlrllGI Forces: Applying thc eqllJllions of equilibrium [FBD(b)]. = +t~=o. . = 0 Ans 0. ADS 6325lb·ft If. which is ocatedjusf to the right of the roller support at B. N. Vo-BOO= 0 Ana Vo= SOOtb Aas (+~o=O. shear force. t.650(6. Me =8125lb·ft 1~13.Mc =.Ja.. & kf 'I Ans s.

.. =0. an4 moment at-a ~ection.40kN·m AIls l. ~- •• f--' . S A •. 7-15..+- A_1.13(2080)(3) •+ 13(2080)(2.lOOH ft.passingthrough point D· of the twomember fram~.080) =0 13 A. I ' fit . i .92 kN ADS 400-300 .. shear force.7·14. 400N/m -1200(4) + 131'80<6) 5 = 0 FBe =2080N ~u.1200 + -(2.ME = 0 ME = 24OON·m = 2. shear force.~"'J. ~------------ member fram~..= 1920 N +tu. == 0 13 A. Deterqune the normal force. = 5 SOON 12 AIls .92kN Ans HE = -1920 N = m----_-" Ye.and moment at a s~ctjonpassing through point E of the two- 400N/m -1200(4) - 13FBc(6) = 5 0 FBe = -HE 2080N 12 . "'*_. . DeterJine the normal force..13(2080) =0 -l.. . =0. --.. E(2080) ....A..VD = 0 VD = ioo N ADS -400(3) + 300(1) + MD = 0 A .5) . ND = 400N 1920N = = 1.

00.3trJ r+IM. as shown. The lifting bridle has two legs that are positioned at 45°.tc'lOS 45° .a center of gravity of G.2 0. The strongback or lifting beam is used for materials.problem requires MH= O.) d.00 = 0 F.I=o· . we have '+l:Mn T 0.414sin45°(x) ~~~~H AIlS -1.1.2 Fe Supportlle~tioru : From FBD (a).OO(d+x) -1.H? (a. determine the placement' d of the padeyes on the top of the beam so that there )s no moment developed within the length AB of the beam.~andling.tc = I'Bc = F= I.414kN !i=/·O I:ItI (b) FAG=/-4. +fIf.N 1""'IIal FOrc~6: This .00-2 = 0 ~ t . l.414cos45°(0.2) =0 d= 0. Summing momencs about point H ofsegrqent EHfFBD (c»).OOkN FF = l.. F.14 t::..1. 0.=O. FromFQD (b). =0 Fe = l.7·16.E:. If the suspended-load has a weight of 2 kN and . FF(6)-2(3) 21UJ .OOkN FF+ 1. ':'~ii=O.I'Bccos 45· = 0 2Fs~ 45° .200 m If =10 I::N (C) . +f~=O.

800 (3) __ }()O(6 CQS3O"J .700(6 cos3O") . 800 sln300 .t't ...kip·ft .A.7·17. shear force.6()() + 927.70098S. 700lb ~+EMA = 0. .1(1. IIj _a. -800(3) + 6OOsln300(3sin3O") +B.700 -600008300 + 927.I"+v. = 0.60000830°(6 00830° + 3cos3OO) + 6 COS3O") 0 = 'Ioo~ . .passing through. and momentactipg at a section passing through point D.4 00830"= 0 ADS =0 ADS Yo t +l:A(D = -2031b 600(1) + 927.. = 985.. shear force. and moment acti*gata section. = 0.l00cos3O" + 985.. = l001b A. = 0. -985.(6cos3oo + 6 COS 300) = 0 By = 927.800 cos300 .4sln30° = 0 ND = -464lb ADS .100(1.30" .Ve = 0 Ve = 903lb Ans . = 0.61.. Dete~e the normal force. VD . 3ft .600 slD300..1lb Ne .600 sln3Oo.600 COS 30"(6 cos300 + 3cos3O") +600sln3W(3 sin3O") + B.41b . = 800 cos.35 kip·ft 7·18.~ .:'+:tF.4. = 100 Ib A. .500830°) + Me = 0 AIlS Me = 135S Ib·ft = 1.. + iu.tit 10014 .1sin300 =0 Ne = -4061b Ans +"u.4 = 0 A. A.Ax = 0 A.4 = 0 +':tF.~I. -MD - MD = 2612 Ib·ft = 2. A. ND + 927.ssin300) ~ +l:A(e = 0.11b 6OOcos3O"+ 927.4(4cos30") = 0.= = 0.- T 0..O 3fl 0' ~ . = 0 . 100 sin 30° + 985.1 cos30° .. Dete$ine the nOl1llal force.(6OO83O" By = 927. point C.41b 800 sJn3O" .

=8kN -+l:F. and moment at a section passing through pointe. andmo~entat a section passing through point C for this loadutg. li:lK.533kN =0 ADS '. A. -Ne Ne .SIeN -Me + 8(0.2 =0 = -2 leN Aas +tu.533 leN .. force.75) Me = 0 = 61eN'm ADS *7..6) +P(2. -Ve + 0..~ = 0. . shear.ble will fail when subjected to a tension of 2 kN.6) +8(2. 30tN A. = 0.. = 2k:N A. = -Ne Ne 0.~e 'P = BkN. . -Me + 0.. +l:Me = 0.30 = 0 = -30kN ADS +tg p = 0. Determlne theJargest vertical load P the frame will support and~lculate the' internal normal foree.75) = 0 Me = O. = 0. B -2(0.l:F..533 leN l._ _ .533(0. Detern)ine the normal· ~ rorce. The q...20.7-19.400IeN·m ADS ~.25) =0 T" ..--l--.2S) p= 0. + = 0. Ve + 8= 0 Ve=".533= 0 Aas Ve = 0. -1tO. shear force.

-28. M. v.nal F~.8. force will b~ zero at the midpoint C of the beam.i=o.•• bod. and benqing moment in the beam at point B. Va = 28.. Summing fo~ vertically [FBD!(b)j.22.kip =0 Aas (+l:U. wehave + i EFy i= 0. F.a)-~ (a+ ':'(2o+b)(b-a) 6b ~)G)0 = ADS ~.:O (2Alb) (h·tJ. . ~(2o+b)wG(b-a)]-A.8 = 0 -28. 7. Inte.) . need not bcc::omputed. shear force. Determine the ratio 0f a Ib for which the shear . N. =0.a".ces : Applying the equations of equilibrium IOsegmcot we have CB. = ~(2o+b) 8 I b=4 a b/~ V{. (20+ b)(b.o :. determine the internal normal force. =-IlSkip'fl 'j ADS w : . : i The suppon reactions atA. A. (+IM. =0 AIlS + t :' = o· h: .7·21.iDiIl6.8(4)-M.t:~s: This problem requires Vc = O.nal Fo. (b) =0 = "6b(2a+b)(b-a) b w Inte.

0-12. .o~ -24.3) -Me =0 Me =-302kN'm Ans Nc I. DE Segment: ~IMc " 0. Thejlick AB is used to straighten the bent beam using ~he arrangement shown.oKIIl r8m".. we Ne =20. = 70.:Tbc suppon reactionsatA need not be computed.4(.-..z.: C.internal normal force. ".5)-12.... If the axial compressive fprce in the jack is 5000 Ib.•i.._ 1·· Nflf ~o(~ ~/f 1 . 'c·'" .--.0 . ....' .2·5m J( I e-» '" ' I 1 *7·24..0kN Ve . Internal Forc~s: Applying equations of equilibrium tosegme. .'!.~I' Me '" -25. De~ermine the .. determine..nt BC.. _. + 2$0() (10) '" 0 04..0(4) -40sin 60"(6..24...•.. " "'. the internal mom~nt developed at point C of the top beam.6 kN fAc' ".'-..'.---1-.. and bending moment at point C..~.z: r.-. ' •1-. !''5m .U. shear force.. I . F..-.. have mk. I' .0kip·ft 2S"oolil ..".0(1.'. Neglect the w~ightof the beams.7·23. -i..40sin 60· = 0 Vc ADS ADS 80)o::. ' " .-. hd..

= 6 kip ~u.!. ME+6(4) =0 Me = -24.15 kip .0 kip· fl .... and moment inth~ beam..7·25. _ r J'D ~6ftH. . V(. .0 R . 7.. 7-24 assuming..26. i 5000 . DetermPte tb.. +IMs =0. = 0'. = Hip h + tv. "'.e normal force. =0.7S)(6)-VD=0 VD '" AIlS 0.E C .(l2) =0 A. 700lb Segment: ~tMe .Prob.• r (. MD +t(0.ADS (+IMD =0. = 0. -VE-3-6=0 VB=-9kip Ans IME =0. + 3-t(l.:~~e lOft . B. shear force. =0.8k:ip·rt 'I. tct. 14c. +tv.· 7001.6ft-+-4ft+4ft ~ .1S)(6)(2)-3(6) =0 MD '" 13.3600 -2R . •••••• l~~"ft . 0. i Beam: + j"F. Poin~ E is just to the right of the3-kipJoad.<4!! I'B /...s)(12)(4)-A... J. i Me + 700 (10) + 1800 (6) • 0 AD iMc=-17. Sol~e.at sections passing through. fl Ans ADS + tv. ND=O 3-t(0. that each beam has a uniform w¢ight of 150 Ib/ft. : ~. points D and E.S)(12) =0 B.5kip.=O..

. and moment at.= +T'~ . = 0. = l +:r.tF.35kN.tr.tr. + = 0. B. 600(4) .SOO sln6()O + 307.8(4) + Alp = 0 MF = -1231 Jb·ft = -1.8= 0 B. -308 Jb ADS 307. 2. VE = .VD = 0 ADS + 1'. ADS -307. 5 l:!.120 .5m = 0." -+. ND =2400 N = 2.2(2) .. = 245. .7·27. = SOON 0 M-------6m------~·1 ~tFx = 0. + 0.5) + 150(1) + MD = 0 MD = 1350N·m =.23 Jdp·ft ADS . Detentline the normal force.8. A..MF = 0.V. .. Deterroinethe no~al force. 0 ME AIlS -+.. v.tF.245.1200 -600 + n(2600)" A. = 0 0. = 0. -NE - 250 = 0 Ib Ne 4r==:lrt=~~ -- :!SOI4 ~~ ADS ADS NE =-250 + 1'. 500lb ~.2Ib FIle. ADS l+:r.n~c(6) .1he PUtat Cis fixed to member CD. = 0. = 0..passing..tr. shear force.~ iiiiiiiiiiii!!iii!ii!ii~ +1'.40kN 800-600 -150 VD=50N . 5.tF. . s¢ctions. fOrce. and moment ata s~tion passing through point D of the twomember frame. shear.m AIlS *7·28.245 Jb = -490 Jb·ft -ME . -800(3) + 600(1.MD = 0. Member BC i$ pinned at Band· there is a smooth slot in it at C. 0 2600N ~.1.tF.through points E and F. -1200(3)~c= . 400N/m ~+~ = 0.

8.0(3+6cos 4SD) .3. 0 B.:: 0. 3. (+~=O.2(3.5 IScos 45· . v'r--.F.5 leN -m .'·29.0rcel : Applying the equations of equilibrium 10segment A C (FBD (b)] ~we have J'+ f.S1Scos 45· (2) = 0 Mc::4. + 8.97IeN·m Ans we have Ans M.485 -6. = 3. Me .485- 12. D~termine the internal norrnal force. and the oiJomelltat points C and D.5)-MD=0 MD = 16. +1' ~ = 0.00:: 0 ~ = -2. B..49 leN Ans '+I:M~=O.49 leN Nc=2.=0..:: 8.Vc = 0 3.51Ssin4so-Nc::0 Vc = 2.49kN Ans Ans 3m 8f . l'o'" 8.0 =0 A.515 leN Internal F'.eactioltS i : FBD (a). S uppon f.48S(3)-6(1.f. shear force. (6+6cos 4SD) -12.48SkN A..---"1 Np44t:::==l! Applying the~uations of equilibrium 10segmentBD [FBD (e». ~*=O.t. ""·01<I'J '+. {+ I1'c = 0.

150 = 0 NB = 173.J. = 0..59 kip-It AIlS -495 ~·31.923) lilt.173.1200-400(2sin45") -:". .l73. AIlS . 495.0(2) Me + 3()()(2) + Me = 0 lb-ft + 400 + 3()()cos 45" = () AIlS = -1590 = -1. • V" .=400lb . Ans ()?o~__ /* 2 fl 300 lb ~v.lOOlb Ib sin 30") . . = 0. = 0. . VII VB + 40(}c()s + 300 sin 30° = 0 Ans . / +1:.205 cos 30" ~HMA ! =0.force.=O.1:..in.59.8 = -496 + 400(2 + 300(2 Ib 30· i + ".2 cos 4S") !+ t 1: F v = 0. ~'c"'.-. 400 sin 30° .205(10. = 1800 Ib. Nc Ne = = 12()()lbIt sin 45° Ib .. 'i. A. 1: F.ICt i~ the arm at its fixed support A along a vertical section. M. = -1.59 M" '\.( +1:Mo = 0. J1c % 400 Ib 1.61b = () =0 .Me .2 cos 30") = 0 lb-ft '~ 40() Ib-f' -O'ZI. =0 kip-It Ans Me = -15<JO lb-tt Also.( +1:Mn = 0.the normal.3.205 sin 30' =0 AIlS NA = 86. and mo:. = 0.' Ib + 3()()(2 ._ ». Ma T 3CX) Ib My = -480 Also. and moment. total weight of 300 lb.1:F. pIpe. Nec()s30' .~ • A\. Deternlrine.NA + 173.lO" + Na =0 Ails NB = 59. The cantilevered rack is used to support each end qf a smooth pipe that has a. = -480 = 300 . /+1:F.1 .81(2) Mn = 0.300cos.400C()s 45° Ve = 70. 150lb +1 t EF. = 0. shear force. = 0. that ..ft j.1:F).f t i I 1:F.! 7·30.( +1:Mc =0....2IXllb. Determine the normal force.( +1:Mo = 0..rnent acting lit sections passing through points Band C 'on the curved rod. shear force. M.7 Ib + 300 sin 45" =0 Ans + 300(2) + Ma Ib·t'! =0 AilS .4.205 Ib Ruck: i : -:".

~ =0.4(1. and moment at a '. = 0 Mo" 0.:. ~ear force.4 leN Ana ~ +l:Mo .5).. l+tM.~fuI .6JcN. 0.S) 4 =0 B.'H<I\i t -l. -Mb +0. =0: Yo = -0.2 kN ...*7·32. ~ +~ = 0.(4) +S(4)(1. = 1.section passing through pomt D of the twomember frame. Ana +tu. = 0. Detqrmine the normal force.m O. -B.

.00-6. = 3.7·33•• Determine the internal normal force. (12) = 0 8. f A} I bit T (a. +3.<. ~1' ~ =0.3.be computed for CiIM.00=0 Bx =0 A.00 leN +. I _8..fromFBD (a).00kN Alii Alii + 3. • we have die equations of equilibrium 10 segment AD No=O +i1'~=O. Point E is just to right of the 4-kip load.points D and E. tre 4kip S "pport 'tReactioll' : Support n:actions this case.--------. shear force.0kN·m . -3. at C need not. the.~ =0 Inte'IIal'r' orces : Applying [FaD (b). Assume A is a roller support.00leN B. = 3.1'i~"O.00-Vo=0 MD . 0 =9.00(6)-A. splice at B is a pin..) 6ft 8't .. 6. 3. and C is a fixed support.oo-3. = 0. and bending moment in the beam at.--------.. =0.00(3) =10 AIlS Vo=O Mo AM m ADS (+ilUo = 0.00 leN· Applying tbeequations of equilibrium segment BE [FBD (e») • webave Alii +.00-4-VE=O ME VE=-7.00(4) =0 ME=-12.

43(0.uations of equilibrium to segment CF[ FBD (e)] . we have =0 C. I (tLIIA ='0.57°(1.~"1 ~NE MF + 894. = 0.57° = 0 FHD=FHG=F 2Fsin26. shear force.57° . (2cos 26.43 VF=447N A ~ ZS.u'5'7m (b) =0 Am 'b#. (2cos 26. ()_) 'I \. = F=894.43 N From FBD (~).57° -894.57°) + C.". =0 [1] (.57°) = 0 [2J Solving Eqs'(fJand{2] c. Determine the internal normal force.FHDcOS 26. (2sin 26. and bendIng moment at points E andF of the frame.57°) -894. "1.43(1) yields.. =0. ~~ =0 FnacOs 26.57° .·i=O.5) -5OOcos 26.43(1) 894.7·34.=0 894.. are two force membe!-s. [FBD (d»).800 = 0 Fno = FHa + j U.b.actions : Members HDaMHG. we have VF+ 500c0s 26.. (25in 26. S "pport if.. Usingme~ of joint [FBD(a) 1. (+W"40: From FBD c. c.. 8r+J3'·! \ Vr /\ . Ans AIlS ME=O Applying the eq... we have . = SOON to segment Internal Fortes: Applying the equations of equilibrium + DE ~ l:F.5) =0 MF=224N·m AIlS 'to '/ £.43-NE=0 NE=894N AIlS +U.57°) +C.

. = 2P(t -a) --:["""--'-1 -'- ..~~~ j. M = 2P [(~_ -tl) (_L) 3 <J =0 a= 3 pi t: Ans ~ P i . ream's length L for locating the roller support so that the moment in the beam at B is zero.7-35.( +!:M = 0. Determine the distance a as a fraction of the 1 . BI t--UJ ~---------L----------~ C. l' P L~ I a---. L.

..dB) COItI ... Wo(sin 9 'I i 0··. . ... .293""'0 0. :•. .. 120". Wosin4. ~~. WoCOl30" -0 V .. Wo(tiDtI) i CWo(.. 0.... shear force.. -O. cIiICribuIIcd !old: . V+ 1. -I. 0 N . " " ..o. Altl..d9) sintl • "Wo(-COItI~: . N.7-36 forB = 120°. -0.' .ararch is subjected to a uniform distributed iloadalong its axis ofwoperunit length..• \ .. . and moment in ~he arch at 6 .Wo Alii ..1. ~" .. '.... . ".. :~ if . "'o(l-COItI) .5 .37.. .ca•• of.86603...' "Wolill 30"+0.:45°.. -:'L' Wo(.866. -O. .~. Determine !the internal normal force.. N.. . The semicircul.*7-36.' -0. 0. Solvei: Proh..$ rWo Aas . WoCOl3O"-0.~•• '~~1 .. .V... oN "-0 F... RaalIa.' .Wo 7.7f11.'0 V ..707....mg""'oCOl4. "'1l... F. 86603 r Wosin 30" .'r..-\~F..

Take F1 = {350j r 4OOk}lb andF2 = {15Oi . = .ft = 1.300k} Ib and F2 = {2~0I. = 1tip· fI M. e I y Fc = {-1701 . Fl = {-SOl -ti200j -r. ~eglect the weight of the pipe. Take assembly. = x z components..900 Ib-fl M~. 7·39. AIls c. = -1501b ADS c..20 kip·ft -7501b·ft M(:. c. = -3501b = ADS Ans 700 lb Me y Mc.7. ! •. N~glect· the. of internal ~ Y'. l:MR = 0. .:.SOJ + SOOIc} Ib ADS c.SO Ib SOOlb . + rCI Aas x F..260 Ib·fl .260k} Ib·ft AIls AIls AIls 0 ~c.900j .300k} lb. = 0 ~ + "'c= LL l -LJ /Jo }so }J = + {IOOOI.kip·ft ADs ADs ADs = -1.150j . = {14OOl-12OOj .section passingthrougbpoint C in the pipe assembly. = -l70lb = . = . th .. weight of e pipe. IFR = 0.. DeteIJIIUDe.38.75Ok}Ib. Me. Det~rmine the X. '" ~ .200k} lb.t= 0..3$QJ + 700k} lb l.40.. •int C in the pipe loading at a Section passmg ~OUPOth . gh •. z components of internal ioadingat ~. G: l:M. Fe = {-15Oi . + rC2 x F. Y.

y Frn bt14" . =0.+24(2)+80(2)-30=0 (Me). qetermine the x.-24(3)=0 (Md. i i (Ve). Ans Ans /Olb . <M. Neglect the z weightofrlhe pipe.It =0.1ll "forces. Q) F2 = 1~80illb. z components of force and moment at point C in the pipe assembly.=72. l1M. -24-80=0 Ne =0 (Vd.d. The load acting at (0.ft.*7-40.. = 20. . ! If.=lO. L'fz=O.-IO=O (Vd.)..5 ft. 3 ft)is Fl = {-24i -lOkI Ib andM=f-30kllb' ft and at point (0.Olb (Md.).3.=0.-1O(2)=0 (M. = 104lb (VC>.3.--'--'- ...: Applyin& the eqlllliollS of equilibrium 10 segmenl we have Be. InUr.5 .0lb·ft Ans ~=O. =-178Ib·fl Ans ~-.Ditll'lJIII i : Thesuppon reacUoIIS need nOI be compult.0 Ib·fl ADS ADS (M.). ~=O. y.

40kip·ft Ans Ans . +400(3) = 0 (Me). 0. piagrllllJ : The suppon reactions need not be comppJed. FJ z = /350i-400jl lband F2 = x F. lake /-300j+ lpOkl lb. -400-300=0 (Ve)...+ISO=O (Vd. i (Vd. . (Ve). .. ~ =r 0. z components offorce and moment ~~point C in the pipe assembly.7·41. Neglect the weight of the pipe.r. =-1200 Ib·ft=-1. .0. we have : IF..300(2) -400(2) = 0 (Me)..rnal Forces: Applying the equalions of equilibrium to segment Be.. Int.= -750 Ib·ft (Me>. (Md. If..20kip· ft ADS ~ f 0.150(2) . Ne+3S0=0 Ne=-3S01b ADS =7001b Au ADS U.. bod.0 (Me). IM. i (Me) T + 350(3). y...\=0. D~termine the . = 14OO1b·ft=l. =-ISOIb 1= 0.

T"i-{t 800 roo :::J I~ I'N I~-ft For 0:5. For 5<x:510ft: : 100. M . diagrams for the cantilevered bbam.. v '" -+ia+b -i : Pb % ... b = 7 ft.2.O: V . l00-V. .·~ . 0: . (' .'r >: '001.M·". l.II. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam (a) terms of the parameters shown. a = :5 ft. a For +tIF.. v 800 11o. b .r (a + b) % Au = 0..... .O... ~m l:..Ij( = 0.fl:. 7 ft 7·43. 1000 i ~tj( M -IOOK+ 1000... 0. in p II) for P :5 .(t:f. " t.:: :'.. M-I()(k+I800". 100 A. Draw the shear and: moment. . c. Pb a +b Pb ' Au i Pb ¥---. 0.) x +tIF. a <.r < ..o a+b V .5 ft.7·42.r-O i a+b At ". . :: 't J '.!... (b) Set P = 600 Ib.a) + M . a+b Au + P". . '100 '.r- _~ . V = 100 Au M '" 100%.r < a --v".·ft ):.Sft + t IF.Pb + b . J . ·..V=O..... :: 0.1800 m (I~.. 0 ~"'Pa-a+bJt Pa Au I (b) ForP '" ~Ib. l00. a . (ft' .

=0: 600-300-V=O v= 0. urawthe shear and.."'* t ••. )co-l 3001. 300 Au ~} 30011.)~. moment diagrams for the bar.S ft: _9011.. 300 ADS 0 M + 300z ..7-44.iS ft< zS 3 ft: +ttJ!. v= ~tM!= 0. 1. •the suspender bar supports the 6OO-lbengine. For 9Sz< I..r= 0 M =- 300x Au Forl.5)= M = 300z -900 ADS .6OO(z . M +300..1. v .

v ."..!:.. o :( V=0 I !. (b) SetMo=SOOl'f'm. For 2L T<x:SL ADS lI1('t~ I I o ADS ADS :.l'lIl ~ ADS ADS = 0.~ m. = 0.7-45. largest couple moments it willsupport.!. M=O o +tu. V=O M v I () +tu. . the terms of the parameters shown..tM ADS ADS =0 shear Moof 9 m.. L = 8m. =0. = 0.tM = 0. v=o M=O o ~+.tM = 0. Determine the magnitude . (+l'. For ADS o +tu. 111M II v=O ~+.L=8m M= 0 I)-FlY" o 0 "J ADS ADS +tu. . beam Mo= the shear •and . 7 - 45' Ans M.m d V ADS +tu. (+. M= SOON·m "h~ = 0.moment diagrants for.tM =0. 500ll. (a) For os xS 3' L o-d:::. v= (+l:M = 0. = " v=o M=Mo v oj I ~I ~ ~ )j a I ~+. =0.AI 16 For"3m<xS8m =0.. = See to Prob. the beam will faU when-the maximum is Vmax = 5 kN or the maximum bending Mmax = 2 kN -m.J'I I 01( ~ f ADS ok V I ! ~ I~ . . (b) set i'm.

M = 0. From I M= ~(L.. :::: 5 kip. If L 10ft the shaft will fail when the maximum moment is MullL.F. +M=O 2 2 _xl) . = 0.< 2 the moment diagram i w(IO)l 5000=-'-8i w = 400 lb/ft Ans . Determine the largest uniform distributed load w the shaft will support..:x::.(+F.L -2'< + "'x (X) "2 uil: M=-x-w.L +t F. = ~-----------L--------~--~ Ifor i O::..ft.(1 .7·47. The shaft is supported by a thrust bearing at A and u journal bearing at B. wL 2 -lI'X . _ V =0 V = -wx+ T wL w \1= "2(L-1<) u.

=0.so ~--=.25.SOx .250x) kN·m Ans ~or 2m < x::.25 . +t E F.1.5 (..25 - J.< - 3.V = 0 V :~+EM=O.2-S-k-N-X------l i.(XI) kN'm Ans 7~9. e.5(x .Jment 490 .0x} Ib An..( +EM A = 0... = {490 + SOx (~) 50..V II =0 Ans = [3..25 kN 1. -200-M=O M=-200lb·f! Ans ~'-21)(-)--. So/'P(}rt Reactions: .(:+EM=O.5) = 0 C. ."""'_~----'--" -510 +.. 0.Av(20) = () A. M = (490x . «111) 0.25x . ~ 1 .2) C ~2) - M =0 M = [-O. V =0 An.490x = 0 lb· II An. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the 1. 3m [FBD (bl]. = 0. IO()(}(IO) . 490F5'' ' . s 30 n [FBD (b)l. Ay .0.2) .0x') For 20 n <x =0. x <20ft [FBD (ali.5 kN/rn $uppflrt i Reactions: . M . S/jear and M.25 kN (a) V • 2m [h)'w V (b) Ii-O-.25.V M .5(2..J X (b) .~ i ~ .1... 0. *" t E F.r-z) kN + t EF.250x =0 =0 V M = 0.. =0. C..l.25 =0 A.( +EM [0. == 490 Ib Functions: For 0 ::. = 0.50x} kN f ! +EM = 0.250 .250 = kN Ails f ~""':X~~lt~r 0.750x~ + 3.(3) .~7-48_ beam. = 0.~ EFy ..250 kN Shear and MOlllellt Functions: For II ~ x < 2 m [FBD «(1)1.LS(x . = 1.5+ 1.200 . Draw the shear and bending-moment diagrams for t~e beam.( +EMo 50lb/ft = 0.

. L wL v=_ 8 Ans wL M=-x 8 Ans For Z <f i SL [FBD (c»).....M=0.MA =0.+---=0 . Wl.'·50..(L)-. _ V'. L~-X ~. 8 2 Shelll'lInd Moment Function. 3wL V+s--W(L-x) =0 w V= i(SL-lIx) (C) Me I L-)(. 2 t wL --V=o 8 ~f.14".X}M= M=!( ..4. ~_)_.24 3wL wL .L(l.: For 0 S x < =-CFBD (b)J.Lz+SU_4xZ) 8 0 Ans M ._X)_W(L_x)(l.(3l.) =0 c. i tiu. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.. ! 1------ __ L --- -1 (+f._1:. AIlS '~l:M= '-1- r _31VL 8 0.. 3. =0. r-•• _ ..

. Draw ~e shear and moment diagrams for the beam.L.V = 0 . Drat the shear and moment diagrams for the beani."t"Tr7. iV-2O=0 IV = 20 o*.. For ~ +I:M = 0. +t~ = 0.40x . ~ + 2O(11-x) + 150 = 0 M = 20x .( .75x . '[ 133. ADS -ISO -.Qt~'mdl~kN.75 . = 0..!...=O. M = 25(1~ ..40x .52.133.2Ox2 8<x$11 +il:F.L... if = I 133.5x2_ 6) AIlS *7..<<.l.:.75x ADS ~+I:M = 0. ~+~ = 0..m 0$x<8 + i l:F..75 .370 Ans . iM + 4Ox(~) .. ~I:Fx lb· ft + = 0..51. 2 = 0 ADS .-x.. 20kN '~4Lllfl.V = 133.:.110 (+IM = 0.

7Sx-M=O (el]' +tw.53.= 0.---+-- ~ x(ft) .15(S -xl -AI = 0 M={2450-306J} Ib·ft ADS V(lb) verb) QI8}S --'0:+--+=2.=o. v= {S75-15Ox} Ib (+l:.25 Ib 11.l. /83J~ .Oxl+2100r-14700} For member lb-ft Ans . '+~D=O. Ans 306. For 1 rt<%SB'l[FBD(f)). s upport R~'"ti"lU (+t¥A From FBD (~)..7Slb D. V=9191b M={919x} Ans Ib·ft Ans . 875-ISOx-V=O + rU. tt [FBD (d». By = 1225Ib "'.(S)=0 C. 122S(6)-c. : From FBD (->.+1225-2100=0 +1iU.7S-V=O 91S. =0.+ 918. =0.=O. ~+rM!=O.:.QsD. B. +1Jl:F. V -150(l4-x) =0 v= {2100-IS(k} Ib Ans 4X -150(14-x)C 2. 0 S % e z rt [FBD 9IS.Oxz} For 12 It <% S 14 !b·ft Ans Ans . = 306.vi Clb·It) f'1(lb·ft) 255. Draw the shear and bending-moment diagrams for each of the two segments of the compound beam. =875 Ib =0. =9IS. For OSx<U It [FBD (c»).)-M=O M= {-75.(12)-2100(7)=0 "'. M+ 15OxG)-S75X = 0 M= {87Sx-7S.75- 1225 = 0 Shear and ¥onttnt Functions: McmbetAB.7.\(.

:- 3L t: x: . A-. 7-wx-V=0 w V= 4'(3L-4x) Ana 3wL 3WL( --(x)-wx 4 '. . ~L(~)_B. -. Dr~w the shear and bending-moment diagrams for beam ABf....••. +fg i =0.(~)=O B·=-4 .1') 2 wLz ---M=O 4 w( M= 4' 3l. Note that there isa pin at B. t'. wL .'•I..: From FBD (a).lil.. . + ~ w ~-=r +hF. .(FBD (c»).(.2) Ans ~ . <.•.f..tu:titl".I. From FBD (b).f ... ~.• if-I I.I 7-54.t-2x Z-L. SIIPPtlrt~.=o. l·.•• i :1*.i. wL 2 wl: =0 4 A = __ 3wL '4 SJutU and ~tI.m6"t Fllllctitlll&: For 0 Sx S L.

=0. ._ For u: <ZiSJL[FBD + ~IF.7-55. 18 c~) (+w. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the compou~d beam. M+wx-( X) 7wL IOwL --X---(x-L)_=O 218 9 M= -W ( 27Lx-20L 2 -9x 18 2) T ADS If }«L. M+wxG)_7~Lx=0 M= ~(7l.ntFu"clions: For 0 Sz <L[FBD (d»). 4WL(£:)_ WL(!:)_A (Ll 3 ~3 _ 6 3 1 B.t-9x2_60L2) AIlS . 7wL V+---w(3L-x) 18 =0 'tL¥=. A~ AIlS j-I1'" ~ 7wL 18-wx-V=O V= i8(7L-IRx) W (+~=O. 7wL IOwL 18+T"-wx-V=O V= I(3L-2x) W Ans (+*=0.O. S "ppo~ R'fU:tiotl:l: From FBD (b). + 1'l:~ =0.t-9x2) 18 Ans For LSz'. 7wL 4WL(L) -T 3' =0 D=--. WL(L) 4(L)+73' FromFB~ (e). = 0. The beam is pin-connected at E and F. (t)J. co.. +7wL_ 4wL_ wL =0 18 3 6 =0 18 B = IOwL 1 9 1 A =~ Sh.:lL[FBD(e)J. 7~L(3L-X)-W(3L-X)CL2-X)_M=0 M=~( 47l. I"tL.) From F~D (a) .4I' an~ Mom.

.~.464' = 3. 1 tOl(?.. V={3."'iolil : From FSD (a) • (+~. = 3. 3. the shear and moment diagrams for the m-.00x=0 M= {3..-~---~ S "PPfl..()(k-~}kN.s 6m (FBD (b». !... Sh.*7·56.464m (b) (~rM=O. 3..464) -U.. 9. (6) = 0 A. beam.00(2)-A.II' FUlictiollS : For 0 S %......m Ans Thus.): 9·0 /CJoi (a... .93 kN.=6. M+(i)G)-3.00-4' x=3.00---V=0 4 Xl ~~ .tIT = 0.00kN lIII4 Mom.) . M.00(3.00-i}kN The ~um Ans moment oa:urs when V = O.. then xl 0=3..m - X(II'I..

If L =: 18 ft. the beam will fail when the rnaxlmum shear force is Vrnax 800 lb or the maximum imoment is Mmax 1200 lb. . wL~ -1200= -11)(18)2 6 UJ = 22. 11'(18) -800= III -2- =88... Determine vthe largest i!intensity 11) of the distributed loading it will support.:7-57.9 Iblft MI1IQx =-6.( +'EM =0.r=T .ft. -wL VlIla. = = IV for O:::x:sL +t 'EF. = 0.2 Iblft Ans .

. dx = ~(L.. dM. < i. MI Pl't' = --L-P. M...2x) = 0 L Ans PL = -(-) 22 Ans x=Thus...(L. L 2 PL L = -(-)(L--) L2 2 4M. . ... > of. P=-L .x) 1 .. The ~eam will fail when the maximum internal moment is iMmaxo Determine the position X of thl\) concentrated force P and its smallest magnitude that will cause failure. rtJ L For.7-58.." Il-~ If 1 For.

48.0( 12) = 0 MA = 576 kjp. = 0..0 -. S ".7-59.X)-M=. .0% ~ - -576}.< 11 ft[FBD(b)). V-H~(24-.ft 8 M(l:ip·!t> . 48.L I'M = f t~ A 0.0 Ans M={-11 (24-X)3}kiP. fl A.0-6'-V=0 x2 f.0= 0 A. MA -48.. i =0."ctiolls : For 0 S x. 4 kip/ft S.:::. -48.lIT aild Mom.kiP' ft For 1l ~<XS14 I ft [FBD «n.1 Z+ ~B(24-X) 4 ]c24-X)e .pportiR'tU:tiolU: From FBD (a).0-~} kip Au (tl:M=O.-f-X(H> 12. - 48.. =0.0 kip F.0% M =0 Ans = {48. Dra~the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.t)]<24-X)=0 V=H(24-X)2} kip Ans 't~=O. v= {48.. V(I'ip) +tIF.o:-l-----+--."t +t~ . M+~G)+576-48.

-300(7-X>l-. (3) + 4SO( I) . I. M+( SO.. = 650 N Shtti.(m) -2400 _------------_ . V-300(7-x)=0 v= {2100-300x} 1 } N· m Ans +tIF.. 2 + tu.*7·60.< 3 m[FBD (b)].' IJIId MOlllt1i1 /i'IlRcliolU . Draw the shear and bending-moment diagrams for the ibeam. =0.7x For3lm<xS7 m[FBD(c»).ax2) G)+65Ox =0 M= {-65Ox-16.=O. A..X)-M=0 M = {-150(7 _X)2} N· m Alii V(N) IZOO 7 -1100 '$._---- .1200(2) = 0 A. N Alii 0. : For 0 sz.(m) M(~·m) s 7 r.Ox - v=o N Ans v= {-650-SO. -6SO-S0. (+ 1MB = 0.Ox2} IC+l:M=O.

3 v -2.---A(L)=O 4 3 2 2 .-(0. . I (+I:MB = 0. z .) The tunum momentoccurs when V = 0. M+iI(W) xX (X) +T.#.. ~ ---.7-61. !lIen B'1 liftf~t:))(. i'+I:M=O. I ' 3 'f .. '2 -)"(x) =0 iL '3 WX(X) wl: M=..~'::-_ .nt Functionll : For OS.(Z4L x-3Lx Z -X 3) 12L W Thus.: I L I I 7 ..L[4L2(0. = I.. wL Sh.:..I' S L{FBD (b)).'S."""£ 12. WL(L) WL(L) --.5275L)'] =0.' A=-3 .! M. ! Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam. 1 (().094OwL2 All-~ Q..5275L) -3L(0. I w SII.-----.# and AJ< =0 Mom..=::::.5275L)2..--~ r-~=::.'" Rlloctionll : From FBD Ca).-'+-.

r. =0 lb-ft = -3 kip-f] yl = -3000 Ans + 1500(4 - =0 Ans M.( +EM=O. 'EM.. = 0. =0.. p p . = 1500 Ib = 1. Sft<x<7ft !t +t EF...-SOO(4-y Aus )(4. .x) (a) .x<a .. V ..= Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam in terms of the parameters shown.. I') . Jit..y)z lb-ft 'Et.._ L p p k-"=l M(t~ v L-a V =0 -Px M= Ails EF.. = 0.5 kip V..( +'EM=O..5(X) Ib 'E. x = 0. = 0. \ I XeX)(4 .( +EM =0..e .. ..• s 5 ft V = 800 Ib M = SOOxIb·ft Ans Ans SOO Ih SIX) Ih + t EF. = 0.(+EM=O. = 0. 2fl . = 800(4 ... 'E. Z components of internal loading lnlthe rod as a function of y. -HOOx + 800(x . . + P( ... M. V. (b) set P = 800 lb.{ .•. L = 12 ft o s .·L". . =0. = O::. = 0. where o s y :s4 ft..y) Ib M.)=0 Ans M" = 400(4 . J +tEF.( +EM + P(L =0 An.5) + M = 0 M = 4()00 lb ..~ AIlS 1. +1500(2) My M. L 12 ft. !i1. = -1500(4 .. = 0..=O..V.r) + t EF)' = 0. For a<x +t < V= P Ans Ails M = Px f="~ . V =-P -M Ans .-VM 800lb ~) +t EF.>.a) + M = 0 ~OOlb Pa Ails For r:. -----.....l . y.SOOx)lb-It 7·ft3.g~~r'. Express the x.'F. tt Ails 7 ft < x::: 12 ft 11= -800 Ib -M + 800(12 . =0. = 0 . .00 .y) lb-It .~ MV M=P(L-x) (~ 800 Ib a = 5 ft. F()~0<v<4ft I ..( +EM =0. V=O AIlS . Ails =0 Ails M = (9(. \I. 5 ft. ..: x Er 1: . An.

and moment in th~ curved rod as a function of 8..24y+ M. ~+lW = 0. = {24.) -8. 8 s. ~=iO. 7·65...shear force. Express the internal shear and moment compone~ts acting in the rod as a function of y.00= 0 Ib AIlS V.00lb· ft.4ft. For 0 s.y. where z I x y ~=O AIlS U.O} lb· it ~ AIlS AIlS = 8. Determine the normal force. 0+ 0. 4 -P(s)(r)+ Pr N(r) + M..00(4-y) =0 -2A(. 3c:oa8) 4 • 3 -sP(r-rco89) + sP(rsiD9)+M= Pr M = 5(4-4c:oa9 0 .3siD9) O". A4 =0 Ans ..0-4y} w. y: -4(4-y) -8..3siD9) ADS Also.*7-64.= 0 M= 5(4 . i .4C089 . l +lW = 0. -4(4-y) (4. =1=0. = f2i ~8. I A(.00(1) = 0 y ~iO. 180" P N = S(4coa8 + 3siD8) Ans v- 5 ~PsiD9 + Pc:oa9 P i 5 =0 ADS v = 5(4 sin.9.

A.. = 6. 4kN 4kN i ~IIPPOr1 .S0kN =0.l5)-2(4.7·66.50-2-2-2-2-4-4=0 A.25) -2( 1. R. +9. 0 B.25)-4(6.25). By(8)-4(7..2(2. =9.~tto.50 kN V(~) .25) . Dr~w the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.2S) -2(3.: A VIM + j~ =0.

All pulleys have a radius of I ftNeglect ~ w eight of the beam and pulley arrangement The load ' weig h 500 lb..67l beam ADraw the s.(ft) -333 I. ~ (IS) ..33 lb . .:O.= 0.. .33- SOO =0 A. sup.. + 1'1:F.~t".hear an d • moment diagrams for the . I fp 7 +-------... Ib7 500lb looolb 8ft ..3.500(7) ." : I prom FBD(a). by equivalent fora: and couple moment at Daa shown on FBD (b) .'1~..7.67/~ """0 ~ ---+-4+-_..pu1ley atDcanbe rep~..>J~fb 5"001& (~) e« ! Af/66..67lb Siaeatlllld Momellt DUI.. BCDE. + 333.rllllll : lbeload on 1he.j. = l66.-4.. I{+IM. A.500(3) =0 ~ = 333." R. th ! . s ..

'. Support R.47 = 625 N : Irn SOON ~=~Z5N VCIJ) 125 ~o:+------"""+-------+-f-(mj "-------------~ .. the 7kN :i! -. (+rM.r4.*74 beam.J. 7-69.' for. Dra~ the shear and moment diagrams. + r U =0.FC(j}4>-SOO(2)-SOO(I):O A '"7 . .. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.'f=O. 7 'i..----4m "T .FC=625N + 625(3) 500 SOO 5- - :: 0 .io/U : .

shear and moment diagrams for the beam.
20 kip 20 kip

7·71. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.

20kN

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,

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-20(11)

.. 150=0 A, = 1.33.75 kN

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*7.7'1.. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the shaft. The s~pport at A is ajournal bearing and atB it is a thrust betUing.

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8001b

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~4J'~12m. -L4m.~:~"'"

7·73. Dra~theshear and moment diagramsfor the beam.

10kN

(+l:MA FO; +i~=o;

B, (10) -10.0(2.S) -10(8) =0 B, = 10.S kN A, +10.5 -10.0-10 = 0 A, = 9.50 kN

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7·74. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the shaft. The support at A is a journal bearing and at B it is a thrust bearing.

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100 Ibm ~Il 3751b

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t·75. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.
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*17·76. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the s~aft. The support at A is a thrust bearing and at B it is ajjoumal bearing.

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7·77. Dr~w the shear and moment diagrams for the beam. .

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wilUaiJ when the maximum moment is 81dp. = 4w.::... 7·79... .-----------. 8 = 4w w = 2ldplft ~ .. *7-80.---------------...•6ft~ 6ft--j M.·.* ...) .. 11. beam. w = 2 Idplft l---t---------. Draw lthe shear and moment diagrams for the ~----'c~ 200 lb· ft ... ~e beam consists of two segments pin connected at B_ Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam. Mmax = 30lciip' ftorthe maximum shear is Vmax- 7·78. -30 = -6w IV = Sldplft ADS Thus. Determine t~e largest distributed load w the beam will support. =-6IV. The~am v.

=0.[3)3 180 ~zr... Sh.. =0.tip B = 0. O. [rhebeam consists of two segmentspin-connected at B.-4::::::--T'8_ 8 14''f ]tOO -Q..5~ ---:+o +-_.2D . MAo -0.40 Kif' From~D (b).700(8) -0.400( 12) =0 MA = IO...+0200-0. i (0....7·81. = 1.10 kip ~••••.ft 1/ (tip) i (M"u)BC =0...!:..=O.+ tu.valllC of die momentfor segmentlBC can be evaluated using the method of sections. Dtaw the shear and moment diagrams for-the beam.__ Thus..200(2{'3) -_ (2.400"0 A.tU ""d Mo".400 kip 0-10.) C.4k:ip . .200-H~)x=0 x=2/3fi x3 M = 0. !+tu. R. fl A. o.462kip.-0. From FBD (e) It-tu. I ..(6)-0..... .." : From FBD (s).e"t DiagrllllfS : The peak . ..600=0 C. +l:MB =0..~tit1.t~1 t(~)'fi. S"pp~".200t . The maximum moment ~ when V".700-0.. 700lb "'..200 kip By = 0.. ! I 180 =O. I I '_ t ..600(2) =0 8.=o.

/. .......00(5) A... Oraw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam. A~.. 2kNlm 2kN/m S IIPPtJrtR'~titJ"': From FBD (a).3... ""~" ~_ " __ """~ ~" . M-3.00:-3.. .. Sh.00{l) .].:..."LI.1Il C.. ------- v ~O~~~--~~--~~~..00kN./ DitlgrllltlS : The peak value of the moment diagram can be evaluaufd usinglbe melbod of sections.. +t~=O. = 3.:~_. _~'""w ~~ ~..-...00-3.:'/ ____ -L 7·83..o"'.=3.. Qraw the shearand moment diagrams for the beam.... I . ". VCPI) C +LVi=O.~- ~!~ -~-" rl "~". 7·82... . ..~~ _ _::. From FBD (b). ~-....(U' II!IdM. _ . m -3·00 ! i .00 kN A.00=0 C. (6) -3.0fA 4r Ga) ! .00(I) =0 M=3. The maximum moment occurs at the midspanf(~ = 3111) where V = O....l 1m.. I I I .. 3m . . .:-... +3.~72L I I r--~ -----7'-~ ..00kN 1<-~---3m'----oj.J·oo TIll'> Ct~·O 10/ "'0.. :..._~. . =0 ~ "'" (+~ = 0...

*7·84. beam. Draw ithe •shear and moment beam . ~---.-----------~~ .and moment I diagrams for the 7·85. Draw the shear . diagrams for the .

0(2) + 15 .7·86.": From FSD (a).0 kip SIte~ tUft/Momelft DiagrtUII' :Thc value oftbc mOlllCnt. 0 A.0A. [ + il:F.15= 0 B. O$w the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.50. can beevalualCdusing !he JIlelhod of sections [FSD (cH. i + IM == 0.0-15.SO.. M+ Is. ft ~'----- 10 ft -----1- 6 ft J ) SUP'?" RellCtio. B.at suppons A and. +40.0. =40.0( 12) .IS.O(5) .o(2) + IS .0 kip 15. = 0. = 40. (10) + 15. 15 kip .0 kip· ft V(Kip) M(lCip·Jt> .0 .. 0 M = -45.

) -36 (a) ·7-88..5 M = 1-.5 . ft) -9 M. = -36 kip.75 Ans 7. + !(3)(6)(4) = 0 M(kip.V6. beam. M. I ~. = 0.. .1/2 - x-'/45) N·rn Ans 37.1-87. = --9 kip 'EM = 0.W)(6) =0 9 v..Ii +(3)(6) kip -.(... Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the 2 kiplft V(kip 3. for the S~pp()rt reactions: From FBD (b) Shown on FllD (a) V (kip) +i t 'EF. Draw the shear and moment diagrams beam.

/Sz +2.11b Ans The ..679+3)Z = 20. (1/ Bqailillrt.. Fs.segment of the cable a~d the cable's total length. Ie ! ~ (k (-k)=0 8-50=0 80 .suIts into Eqs. [2]. GtI(lmtr1ry i : Fcp X (b) . ./72 +4Z + . FsA =0.01b FcD = 88. = 0.". Joint 6.tola...c 7ft 4ft J -+-- SOlb 5fl IOOlb 6.!!Jengthof the cable is 1= . 4 ft L_e&. = 83.tu.) )-FscSin 17. : Applyin.Fsccos Fscsin8+ FcDsin = (3J [4] ~ ! +..lIICIhod of "Joints.71b Fs.'Z+6y+ 3+y 18 loolb have' SubstiQ$e the abovere.2 fl Ans .. I Deterfllinethe tension in each .*7·89.y sm = '. we have Fsccos + l' U. = 7=.===::=7::: '.679 ft =46. mand [4) and solve.-100 = 0 [II [2] X (CJ. We Fsc y = 2. FcDCOS.. '8 . [1]. = 0."i'io JointB .y1+25 sm .679z+bz+(2.

7·90./42 +1.'2+6Y+18 [IJ." c 80 H. we have '1f t." (IJ [2] .Jy1+ 16 y+3 JyI+6Y+18 Y cos 8=---JyZ+16 3 4 isin. ! Sfl D _.ilibrium: JolntD! ApplyingmelhlXJ of joints. [2]•.695 2 + b +( 1. 3Jt 7C i .-- ..1h of thecabe is i lb. qetermine. [3l [4] "if Fur .- F(J= J 1b'(~)-IbcSin 6-50= :\ 5011.:. (~)- Poccos 6 =0 0 r. the tension in each segment of the cable anti the cable's total length.695+3)2 l Ans . =0.695 ft The rolallen.= cos'=t==== '. = 0. Joint C ' lb. I have sin8".l:F.71b Y = 1. ~ 'tUy. = 78.21b = 74.. ':lbc =43.1Jle above resullS into Eqs.71b ADS It~ " ~= := 15.7 ft 152+ 31 + . We Substitute.'_j 3ft -+80lb 50lb EqlUlliofu o/E. [3land PeA [4Jand solve..

f2 == 250 lb.~.Y8.u. _ 250=. €I ~o r•• JS'- J '/(14-YD)1 + 225 AID = 8000 (3) JfOol4 .1oaqs .AlB 7~9L The icable SUpports the three .+ 14 . =0. -108 + 27yo 7(.YD. 4 {(4+YD)2. 14 ft f 32y. andYD of points B and D.15y. TeD ~~ lec~. . ~u.g-. -2OyD + 490 - 15y. = 0. + 276yo = 2334 ADS A .67 ft 7.J(l4-YD)2 + 225 CooIbining Eqs.)2 +400 -2OyD + 490 . shown. T.!. PI~ 20ft--t- ~I ". 2+ 22S CO 144.04 ft .. = 0.)1 . P = 0. • . 7Bc " 6000 (2) -/<14-y.YD) (4) . '20 0. Determinetf1e sags.D =3000 . +t.... '5014 c 2 .. y.400 Ate 7Bc = 3000 (1) T. +2OyD= CombiDiDs Eqs. 0 + YD ...~"JO ~~TIC.= +iu. 7j.. (1) 8r: (2) 791. Take ~ == 400Ib. YD = = 8. +iu. (3) 8r: (4) 826 45y..168 {(14-y. 1(14-.

0.2) .108 YD = 6.. 'CD - Po .Yo+ 22S .2 Ib Ate . -300=0 y208 Ib i5"J~TCP 1A. 0.3 lic = 854.2) .[436 + l(l4-YD)2 IS.0 1- (2) AtD . 0./22S + (14 . + 22S TCD = 0 1\ (1) 6 -(854.{436lic -6 ---lic 20 /208'A. _0 + t}. 14 +.F.. 1<14-YD)2.1 Ib Ana f\ = 6581b . 0. !CD = SubstitUte 3600. .YD)2 27YD .!tu. ~e magnitude of PI jf· P2 = 300 lb and YB == 8 ft. Also find the sag YD.!tu. ~ + 8U r:. The cable. - 12.. = 983.*7-92..[436.44ft TeD Ans = 916..o T. AtB ~ . ~(8S4. supports the three loads shown.. Determine.

i . = 102 Xs = 4.Tsc = 102 Solving fiqs. x..fi3 - =0 (1) AtC ~k I• I =0.loading shown..-.... pS '161 rc:.4lb Ans .+64 AtC TBc = ' 200 (1) Tic. The caJ!>lesupports.. .15 .B8 6 '173 r...s~~ ® I 'Iou.fi3 18 = SP 102 P = 71.-(30) = 0 5 = Jex.:==:7Bc ---TeD J(X.15 200 30 -:u..TBc - 33 r. 4O-·_'-'. .TBc 8 . '. . = +tl:F.'5(30) = 0 '113 (2) . AtB ~tF.T.TCD= 0 '113 --TBc 823 . = (6iT. • TBc = 0 JXi + 2S Jex. . -3)2+ 64 B x.fl3 3 r.--7AB . 7Bc = 102 3)2 + 64 (2) 13x. 1cx.l!.... .fi3Tac SP - ~Tac .. = 0. *B AtB +t~ = 0..36 ft AilS 7-94. Determine the magnitudt of the horizontal force P so that XB = 6 ft. Set p = 40 lb.fi3 63 r. (t. SolVing Eqs.TCD .. .'·93."'3 ~u. 4 S -.Tac = =0 3 0 + ttli: : ..5 . " 1Jtc = "xi + 2. (1) & (2) 30 .. -(30) 4 5 +.-3)2 .3)2. .(30) + '173 r..8 '. 3 0 W .3)2+ +64 x. 0. 13xB .f<x -3)2 + 64 ___5_-7AB .==::::::..... .-3 64 2 = -. 0. The cdble supports the loading shown.TeD 0 V 13 3 .. Determine the the distance the force at point B acts from A.:u. (1) & (2) .. 0.B .

FAD G:~)- Fee (~) =0 [21 5 kN ~()Iving Eqs.16 !->J:. = F. = 0.o).5 kN An. =().1 y -'/>'1). so segment CD remains :horizontal. i.5 = () FC/)= H).3I(~)-Pl=O Pl=2.!.10.10 = 12. III and 121 yields PIJC y FAR = 10.. LF.18 (!~5) = 0 -5 x [II 4 File +t "EF.5 kN ~lintC i .79 kN T~US.25 kN Ans Fjll. = 11 . Also.31 (~) = (l Fell = lO.OkN p -!ftJ:...f~lB F.2.50kN An. Foe ( ~ ) . Determine the forces PI and Pz needed tohold the 'cable in the position shown../22. .25 4kN S~lving Eqs. the maximum tension in the cable is F.=O: Jj)inl D i+ H1.=O.F:. Pl) 22..e.7·95.OkN III [21 D +i t " LF. s #etJlOd of Joints: Joint B ~LF. FDe ( __ . =0. find the maximum tension in the cable. = 0. FCI> . [II and [21 yields i pz = 6.j 4_) _ 10= 0 .25 FDE(.31 kN = 12.F..

40sin 14.40 Ib . + FeD = 717.79 ft Method 01 ipilfts " Joint B &.78° lhE = 83O. = 0.60° -787.. c.099 ft= 6.47co$ 36. The cable supports the three loads shown.e~ )=6000 (21 + 144 ' Yi + 144 +300(20)=0 Solving EqS. 656 Ib 787. *' 0.792 ft = 8.08° -717.23° Fec = . Determine the sags Ynand YD of points Band D and the tension: in each segment of the cable.) .08° -717 .(~)-~. +f .10 ft Joint B . ! Equat. -~'(~)(20)+~B(~).(12(18+ »=30000 y'yj + 144 (II 12 ft - l b 300l 20 ft --+- 500lb 15 ft J ='1- 200lb 12 ft From FBD ~b).*7·96.78°-200=0 .' From FBD (a).40sin 14.. IF.~ll and [2Jyie)ds Y~= 8.' (14-1.{ll ~ [2] yields r» =r 6.24lb =0 = 830 Ib ADS (Checbf) + 'tu.47 Ib= 7871b Ans . = 0. (+~c"O. . (Checks!) Joint C (~.24sin 40.ccos 14.. IF.656..500 = 0 (4] 300 Ib Solving Eq$.. • Ib •• 2(jit i' 5<)o'b (b) +h~=o.23° -656. = 787. lhECOS 40.. 83O.47sin 36.( y'yj + 144 47 18 4 )+&. (+l'ME=O.olf~ 0/llfuilibriutII.60°-300=0 =0 Ans tf. FcD( 14-YD) b'b-28YD+421 + 656. 11 ~. -&B(~}47)-&'(~}Y'+4) + 200( 12) +500(27) +300(47) = 0 &.95 Ib= 7181b Ans SOOfb =f 0.95cos 27.95sin 27.60" .:.

x z 2~ 0 Atx =25 ft.640 • at 00. = 250 =--...y =0 Atx =0.. that thecable can support if it is capable of sustaining a maximum .7-97. -----..-. y = 6 ft FH = 52. 1M cable is subjected to a uniform loading of ui = 250 Ib/ft. = F/I =13. --~ka FI"O~&ample 7 -14.---- . 250 (50) ) =25 • 64" T.. C1 = y= lirJ4J_'~ tJ. metermine the maximum and minimum tension in the cabl~.1 . A_ The <jWUmum ensioD T.tension of 3000 Ib before it will break.· -----50 ft -----i~ - AlX =0.. . Determine the maximum uniform loading w..~I--_----~50ft---------.9lb/ft I 7-98.!HHH.'" J30211b 8 (6) (so)Z -2 tan-I ("'0FH L) cos '" tan-I ( 2 (13021) (I .0Irip ADS • ~-- .. measured i~ Ib/ft.j to soli .. = _!!!__ 8_. .. woLl FH·= -8h 9. fll--". = 0QCqQ 13021 • 14 Hip cos 25.w FH = 2)7051b Ans w '" 5li..'I III J l] l 1 1 1J J w cjz = '" _..08.

. - dy dx = -(2OO... respectively.. 2598 Ans N + 577x)( 10-3) 9. Ans ...... 2 . dx m I5t ..s. y = 0. lithe weight of the cable is neglected and the slope angle~at points A and Bare 30° and 600..tan600. y = (38. cos6O" 5. .=--cos 9.20kN =519(.-. N 7. = 60" & 2598 =--.r + C1) 1 I5t Au = o.. 1 Y = &(lOO~ + ~tan30'x) Atx = 15 m..7-99. 7.... The cFtb1e ABis subjected to a uniform loading of 200 N/m.[determine the curve that defines the cable shape and~e maximum tension developed in the cable. C2= 0 Atx = 0.= . dt dy = tan3()O.

x =(100-x') x' = -'1OO+i'JJ1JZ 364591b 2 + 4(100)2= 41. x w x' Aty =4Oft.9657 Tc =.f'.c <X168 Tc FH = -coa44.t·.42 fl ~= AlA. Y y=O 425 2 FH X C2 = 0 = Aty=20ft.. =~ = 36.FH = ---cosB cosS3. B..7 kip .0· = S06831b ADS . and C.5 kip ADS ~ = tanBc = 2(42S}XI. 36459 = 50.79" A =61714 Ib AIlS 7. The g}ble supports. T L_ 40ft lOO'~ iT 20ft I--'-F""'r-=r-r"9--I--'-I- -dx = Au =0.."2ft . .7 kip AtB. 36459 = -. 0.a girder which weighs 850 lblft.Detennine the~ension·in the cable at points i I *7-100. 7. =61. dy -x+FH 850· C1 ~ _j_ Atx=O.& . A. Ts Ate..

. 7·tOL Theajble is. -dyj = 1an9....--.57'-7.42Idp .1 Ans = 4422lb = 4.. If the slopeo! .. F".1J9O ' •• I 15 ft 9. subjected to the triangular loading. y= 8ft 1).. = 1an-1(I. . = 50 ----Xl 3(2344) 57. 7... liar = 2344 nne........ determine the equation of tb~ curve y = f(x) which defines the cable shape OB.. --~----------------- . = 23441b dx .. Alx =0..2= dx y=o 915tX SO 3 0 C1 = 0 Y = Alx =lSft. and the maximum tension developed in the cable.6) = 7.. . 9 . H fcJw(x)dx)dx Iff sao = -15t (~xdx)dx IS Alx =0. cos.~e cable at point 0 is zero. y= f... = .

Atx ".The Icable is subjected to the parabolic loading (X/50)2) Ibjft. w = 150(1 7·102. 7.28 kip Aas .... ... Determine the equation iy = f(x) which defines. 200 •• 4%')1 5011 .62° PH . _ ~ "" 9275.9Ib 7... tension in the cable. = 9.." JOftt~~ j~W'15o[l-@.. "" tan8.cos32. = cos 8.J t loo~ ·1 cr& Atx ".x is in ft.0. where.. x2 Y "" 781/75- Y"" 20 ft FH = 7813 Ib Aas x2 200) ft ~ "" _1_(15<l¥ _ dx 7813 . the cable shape AB and the m~um...0. 1 Y "" -(7Sx 2 PH --) 200 x4 At x "" 50 ft . -t ...

F" =--cas9.6) lo.5 m and the maxim. . _alx = 12.oz". The maximum tension in the cable is T. (3) (4) -=-% F" Y =11 alx = 1205m... Ihen from Eq. Determine the sag h if it supports the uniforrpdistributed load of IV =600 Nlm.115 (0..'+ I Ans .when 9 = 9.. 12. 600N/m [ 1) (2) BOII"d"" ConditiO"$ : y =0 al X =0.. 2F" 9 = 9.. then from Eq.7-103..UID tension occurs .(3) Wo(. [4] Thus. 10= --r: 11. =0 Wo 1 Thus..(2) y=--x 2FH dy Wo dx c.(1) dy = 0 alX dx = 0.5 1) 11=-.. From Eq. ~e cable will break when the maximum tension reachs Tmax = lOkN. then from Eq.

.....47N and fJ = fJ.[l] ~ = IaR 10" alx =0.00N= 1.[3] 600 R 20=2F OOlf) + tan 10"(IOO) ~= 1267 26S. = n.(l] ~ tan 10" = 2.. au = 100m and the maximum tension occurswhenfJ =fJ . = Fy 1 267 265. IanfJ .------------------ .(Ct) ~ C1 = FRIaR 10" Thus.--""""-"""B Ir f'"1~t2?m x ~I~ I r 100m i600N/m -I rite EqlUllion 0/ Tlte Cllble : [ I} [2] BOUM/1r7 Y =0 al Conditions : 1 0 = -(Cz) FI{ Cz =0 x= 0...30 MN ADS ------+-...Determine... the maximum tension developed in it is subjected to a uniform load of 600 N/m. y (3] = 20 m alx = 100 m. = cosO... tension in the cable is T. = 12. cos = OA73S( 10-3) (100) +1aR JOO fJ. I 'P"A ~ r y L.61° The maximilm. then from Eq. then from Eq.then from Eq..61" :: 1298S79.47 12....

In Jhiscase.. (4) in Example 7-14 when. determine the Jengthof the cable..0 ft Ans L '" 2s = 302 ft ---_ ..d·l05. The ends ofth~ cable are supported at the same elevation.IJ Wo Fe Atx = 150ft. We 11'1 QED .. (The answer indicates that the catenary may be replaced by a parabok: in the analysis of problems in which the sag is small.H[r WeI + ~~ +.. =F. y = 15ft 1 15wo = COSh(15Owo• FH FH '" 3762lb Fe ) i.---------- } 7-106.hehyperbolic cosine function is expanded in terms of a s~riesand only the first two terms are retained.. If it C8D$pan 300 ft and has a sag of 15 it. -.) xl c:osbx . _ 8 = 151. the cable weight is assumed to be uniformly distributed along the horizontal. Wo = 'lb/1l From &ample7-IS. 2FH -11 USillgEq. (3) in Example 7 -14. A cable has a weight of 51b/ft. y Fe = Wo -[ cosh (--x) ..Sh¥.that the deflection curve of the cable discussed inlElIample 7-15reduces to Eq.. l+_+ 2r SubstilUlinJ into ..

2 wIIaa.. determine the'length of the IA cable.1.5493 (os6 . Determine the sag-to-span ratio so that the maximum tension in the cordequals the cord's totallweight. (3.. cable has a weight of 2 Ib!ft. 104ft s.108. If it can span 100 ft andjhas..~L). A ~niform cord is suspended between two points having the: same elevation. ' 0.. = cf'sb(!\-) .21b From Eq.r.u!:.7·107.. 212...1t. From Example 7 . It • ...o.141 .1] -.5..1547(!) L .a sag of 12 ft.. . .sinh 10'0 -Jt FH inh(2 212....2 !.. 1 L 2 y • It :[COIh(~Jt}-1] ~(Jl_~(~)-11. i 11'0 : (Wo) ./-+--. A_ 1------+------------------·------·-----·-·-·-·-·-- .1547 2It L ! 0. Thelendsof the cable are supported from the same elevation..(WO) =.-.2 2 2 I . It • 0. ! Fror:n Eq. FH ·"--:o~.)) A.-1] 2FH FH = 212. (50. \'" Y 'O"-r'J( . (5) of Examp~ 7 • 15 : It = FH 10'0 ..) of Example 7 • 15 : I FH.[COSh(·. L- At x:!:. (osjI. ..Jt.• ! --'_2FH 2 FH[ = .._J~LJ .------·-----·-----------1 9*7.

A~transmiS8ion cable havinS a weigbtof20 Ib/ft is strung ~cross the river as shown.wo PH - IJ At~: 10 =f iF.l2° = 2989 Ib = 2. -)= 0. dy' Wo .. Y =i -[cosb(-x) ..J¢ = 2532/cos32.12· 1 (T• . siDh(-)x d:x! FH = slnb(--.40529 2532 .50 ft : ~---~-r--------~ 1\ I 75 I ft--l w~ 20 Ib/ft Froln Example 7 -15..06" = (:r. FH Wo '.40529) 22..7·109.06· 2532 =CO$22.99 kip Am . 20 ~[cosb(i?50» . Ate:! ~B = 27321b = 2. I~ J .I} sol~. 20(50) 8 = 1an-'CO.(0..6277) = 32.6277 8 =90.. Determine the required fQrce that must be applied to the cable at its points of a~clunent to the towers at Band C.73 kip Ans dy i Wo -d:x = !sinb(-)x = ! FH 20(75) sinb(-.___ b8 I 10ft : I-.--) 2532 = 0..

Then.. Thus.[2j dx ! Then.!!sinh -(SO) ] F. . cos 0" 1 Ib . ~ emi• F" =_= Ans y:: h atx =i50.94191b . From Eq. the irttegralion Y= -cosh -x +C.~ft J} Ans .r' The maximum tension oc:c:ursat9. •6 ".(5) .. 6 6 . y = Oatx=t:O.9419__ '85. 6 F..!! 6. thus. .(l] RcanangUlg Eq.. Find the mipimum tension in the cable..~ ~ = 184. Eq. =_. .7·110. The cable weighs 6 Ib/ft and is 150 ft in length.ct..(I].(iS}becomes i : F (.F" r. [ I] i From EqJ 7-14 I [2] Bound" i Conditions: C1 =0 dy = 0 at~ =0.[4j t..6 H ) (5) 0 . C. into [3]yields dy = dx · Sinh(1. Deter~ine the sag h so that the cable spans 100ft. From Eq. (6) s:: 75 ftat~ =50 {to From Eq.!!C:OShO+C.= 0°.. From Eq. 7:.x) F" Performin~ .9419(SO)-1=.SO.Eq. Eq.• 9. =0. Perfonn~g theirttegration yields i . we have [4] Substitutin. (4] By Irial andleaor 75 .il2]becomes -=tan9=dx dy 60s F" [3] S=Oatx~OandUSCtheR:Sult C. From Eq... 184.9419 { 6·' cosh [6 184.. [6] I h= 184.

w = 0.. w IJ =5 ft. A telephone line (cable). stretches between two points whic!1are 1. = _!it__..01b 21 *..3) ·169 )] = 7.. 75w 5 = -[cosb(-) .3 lblit.50ft apart and at the same elevation.. Atx = 75 ft.I 7·1U. 8 . w =O. =slnh(~X)1 .·n. = 169... 0 = tan-I [slDh(15(0.3 (7S)J 0. I'j.606. = tan8 .22 = 2s = 150ft Ans ~. Determine. CO$7.606· 170lb Ans s = 169.0 sinh( 0.... s= A 5! sinh(~. The line sags 5 it and the cable has a weight of 0.I:) w FH y = -(cosb(-x)wl'j.- . tbe length of the cable and the.3 169. = ~ CO$8...· = T.IJ w I'j.0 L = 75.y FH ...31b/ft From Example1-1S.3lb/ft I'j. maximum tension in th~ cable.

..(2) flyl . Hence die result At x = IS m. dx s-25m ~=73.94 AIls Ails .. .*7·:w..' x . 6 = 0 to Eq.[IJandusIDg C2' .5 kglmand is c long. s = 25 m.905(25) 73. --_.Z$ =---.Jwotis dx FH dt =~(4.. +tan30" DO 4. -sinh~1 (tan3O")._.• 25f .. on components of orce It exerts 011 the top of the tower tal· .f. .94N From Eq. . The 'I able has a mass of 0.[3] By trial and error At pointA. Determine the vertical and horiz m • . 7-13 [II ~=. From Eq.!. fly 1 ApplyingbouDdarY C1 FHtan30° yields = CODdidODS x lit = 0.905S+Cl+C:} I'romEq.. tan8A=-. .905S+Ct) At 1=0._---.. ••.i· . tis It -{l+h(Wotis)Z}~ A Peaforming the InIegratiOll yields : x= 4~{Sinh-l[k(4.._----------------- .

15 : : tbt_ 8 __ dyl . ~ ••• FH .9(50) "'4. "'OS tans •• ·• _ FH -lIa·_1[79. If the minimum !tension in the cable is.00 Au .. ·84·30 .S)].9lb/ft kip TQca1 weighl = "'0 I = 79.200 Ib.200lb JlI)m Example 7 . tj\ 50-ft cable is suspended between two points a distance 1of15 ft apart and at the same elevation.• - .. "'0 = 79.. ~= ~"'o 200 sinh (Wo(~)) 2002 S91ving.9 ~. (2.. determine the total weight of the cable and the maximum tension developed lin the cable.'1$7-113.

[ --.5065 154. Perf~g the intcgtalion & y=-cosh 3 (3 ) -z+C.=11 atz=25ft. I.FromEq. FH C. how high h must h~ lift the chain? Hint: The slopes at A and Bare zero.mio" of Eq (5] . where Wo = 3 lb/ft Perfo~ing the intcgraUon yields i [1] From Ell.00 Ib N. -150- =0 = 306lb Ans .[6] FH S = 0 31~ =0 and use the result C.. we have = 6. 7 -14 [2] Y =031z=O. ~.21 ft Ans : . =-3' Then. The chain has points of attachment A and B that are 50 ft apart.=- [61 Then. From Bq. N..161.=0 . determine the force he exerts on the ground. Also. From Eq.86° . i s=""j'sinh ~ (3) ~z FH From Eq. If the chain h~ a weight of3 Ib/ft. and the man weighs 150 lb.[l).[5] ~.003 Ib From Eq.003 Fv = 'Hran9= 154. dJC verticaIfora: lV' tbat each chain exerts on Ihe man is .[4) dy --ran9. [2] becomes dJC 3. FH Eq.00) + r l:I'. IS4.3(26) 8 = 26..86° SubstitUting Eq.t)-l] s .[3] [41 The dyl dJC . -. : = 78.. = ran8 = --.Hi"".. tIne man picks up the 52-ft chain and holds it just highenqugh so it is completely off the ground.[2) dJC ' y . ~ ~ =3154. By considering the equilibrium of Ihe man. From Eq.[4] into !3l yields ~ = Sinh(lz)'. O"3'cosh ' " O+C"lhus. = O.. Rearranging Eq.. 2(78.[I] " . ~[ cOSh(k.7-114.3 (2S) ]} II= ----I 3• 154. Eq.s=0..003. 26 ftal.[S] becomes dy ! .= 0.¥ =25 ft.. = 0.r 'FH [31 By trial and error 26: sinb[l(2S>] '.003ran 26.003{ cosh .

[4).8J 75.[4)into . 60".£l].. = O. [3] yields h 75.(2) dx Then.-.123.8 {sinh-I[2. (3) +0 and use the result C.' Hint: Establish the coordinate system at B as shown.38ft Bound~ConditjOn:r : I . )]+C1} FH ~.(0.8lbICt i I x= Performing J[I . Eq. : d. Penonning the integration s= y :: 0 au ~O ..8 -cosh 0...8C01h [ 0..J21becomes SubsliWl!n1l s" 162.Slb/ft and makes a 60° angle with the horizontal.determine the length of.8 ) dx FH x Y -II atx. AIlS -=tan8=-dx s =0 atx dy 0. ' D. -- .cli+Curvtl 01 Til. .38 = 238 ft ~ = 0..8 -x ) +C.(0. .0[ 0. dy -=sinh-x (0. Thus . From Eq..8 Sinh(0.& Fj. [S] °:: Fn[ 0~8 cosh 0+ C" thus.(3) dy -·=18060" Fj. ISO = cos 60" . If the tension in the cord at point A is 150 Ib. '" _ 1). d +( IIFJ) x the integration yields = 0. . Cabl. [ I) T=-. The balloon is held in place using a 400-ftcord that weighs a. C.0 Ib From Eq.at1.0.Il.46CL From.[6J = 123.38=--sinh .38 (t intO Eq.s when: wods)lJ~ Wo =. wehave E ! C1=0 75 162. I..8 ·75 sUbsnw4gEq.8x) Fj. Fj.14 (2) dx Thus. that is lying on the ground and the height h..&+c.& 75 s= 162..8 cosh (0. {5} Then.£l) x=~{Sinh~I[.0(123. 400-162.Eq. Eq.~1I1'Igir"~ q.{5] becomes Fj. 7 . 75.8) ] Fs xI (6) The lensio1 developed at the end' of the cord is T:: 150 Ib and 8 . = O.(O.8 r= 0. Fj. From Eq._-------------------- .46ft 0.._--.75ft A .0. From Eq.8 -x ) [4] s = 0.cos 8 From Eq.J!!_ Fs . 0.7·115.46)-1 ] = 93.H(O+O)l+Cl} ReaJ. the cord.

• -.. 100 " ..o=~=II 1 $0 II Thus..&" so 1.. ·75Ib 9.f) -11... Wo. If the maximum tension developed . 211 ... n the cable is 75 Ib.•• ($().6ft Au It .(. ". r..6ft A.. FR [COIb (..&ft Wo '" 27.9)'J .. 5$.. ... to. For iof cable.. PI'O!IIIBumPle 7·15.points at a di~tance 50 ft apart having •equal elevations..80 ..12($$.80 .. i Ijetermi~e the length of the cable and the sag..7.. 1.9[COIb .80lb/ft Totalleaath . 2 FR !!..IJ .. .. .- COl PH ..11'~A l00-lbcable is attached between two. 1:27.

. B'f "' -f w Fre« b~d' Diq... : ..---~---- --------.366L Ans ~~--~--------7-us.::..'- --------------._.-------- ----. .......---... Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.. . Ii : lbe FBD for segmentA Csectioned through point I"tt.. Si._.. __ ...... ~ By =:.7-111..(L+a) r.._ ........ .'" " ._ Cis d1wn...----I ._...-& z.. ..---------~ ----......-_ ..kiplft Skiplft . ...a(D+~(L-a>[~(2a+L)] -i(L+a)(~)=o 2a2+2aL_L2=0 a=0....~ .. we have (il:Me = 0.... Summing moments aboUI POint C[FBD (b)]..----.. D¢termine the distance a between the supports in terms at the beam's length L so that the moment in the symmetric beam is zero at the beam's center.~ Forces: This problem requires Me = O.

. = 1. 'ltS'a 1-- (..00= Ay + 6.·9. Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam.5Ox} leN·m Ans V(kI\J) \ (f)(tu. 6. .50leN M= {LSOx} leN·m Ana An.364sin 45°(6-x) -M=O M={27. diagrams for the SlIppl1rtRe#tions : The 6. ~+l:MA D~aw the shear and moment beam ABcr. =p..kNload canbereplacde by an equivalent force and couple mql!lCllfal 8 as shown on FBD (a) . + i:tF. ~ 0.~O.}.. FcDsin 4S0(6} -6(3)-. I .50 leN Shear /Uld Nfoment Functions: For 0 sx < 3 mlFaD (b}).50.6 '" 0 0 FcD = 6.X (1J"r'\] "__--_.~i' .364 leN 6kN +itF.""") \ -1-_ /-. i For 3 m < % ~6 m [FBD (e)].0-4. + rtF.4_4S 7. 1. "!'O. .120.5Ox= 0 V= 1.364sin 45°..V=O M-1. A. ('+l:M= q.

6(3) .00-6=0 v.6(9) . '(+ t EF.5) . shear force. =0 Vc = 9.6 of equilibrium to segment Ans = 0. . weI have the equations of equilibrium Ny =0 An~ ttEFy=O.3.0kN 7.5 kN Ans -My .40 Me = -62. and moat points Band C of the beam.0 kN 6k.1.00(7) . = 0. . we have .5 kN m body Diagram: The Support reactions need not be computed t()r brlemai Forces: Applying the equations DC [I'BD (a) I.5) -7.00(1.0-7.00 .m (a) I ~.S kN 1(4) =4.OkN NC:'~) i.tEF.3. = 27.5-4. Vo-JO.N .5 kN'm to segment DB Ans [FBD (b)J. 7.40 = 0 Mo = -184...Determine the normal force. Nc=O Ve ..00 kN =0 Am f( +EMc A~plying -Me . 2(5) = 10.0(2.5 6kN kN'm 1(3)=. '\.( +EMn = 0..5(5) -4.10. =0. v l'~~:F~~i 40 kN.

.-O'C)Eq. Prom Eq.5")_1] FH At""fft.t(s! I .uU C.A cha. = ..)]+c.'}' Pedorml~ the iotegration yidds : x_FH {~nh-'[.-. .(O. y-3ft 6 = 6.l23.346· Au T.71b. -F. FH [I) 2_tan~_~ dJc i FH (2] Applyin~boundaryCOnclid_._ cos 11.S ) (3] [21 yields: Y =FH cllsb(O.} o..SX)+ C.ingtbo ..S.sillb x-o. .0. 3=:~(COsb(~:(3O))-I] FH = 75. determine the maximum tensibn in the chain..5(30) ) s..i FH =~=76. ··JI.122..~" O.5 i FH Applyinlf bounclary conditions..at yie1dsq . y y_ ° yields C.. Therefore FH[.5 i H SUbldtutlngEq..«1:088. Draw the shear and moment diagramsfor the beam..ib is suspend~between points at the same elevation and spaced a distance of 60 it apart..-O FH .. - .25 Ib By ttial!and error At ..30.lh:.S.:. x 0.!. .nh '"7s:2S = 11:.5I+C.. .(0. at x .[31into (o. "'..= ~OIt. Hence 1= -.J -So .346· 7.:~. If it has a weight of 0..(41 8•• lan6 ...[lJ and u. (0. 0.0.5 lb/ftand the sag is 3 ft. . := idyl' di .

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