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x-axis.

FRx = F1x + F2x + F3x = - 0.703 kN θ = 134.8 o FR= 0.998 kN Given: F1 = 600 N F2 = 800 N F3 = 450 N α = 45 deg m β = 60 deg γ = 75 deg

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FRy = F1y + F2y + F3y = 0.708 kN

Problem 2 Resolve the force F2 into components acting along the u and v axes and determine the

magnitudes of the components.

Given: F1 = 300 N F2 = 500 N

α = 30 deg

β = 45 deg

γ = 70 deg

Problem 3 The boat is to be pulled onto the shore using two ropes. Determine the magnitudes of forces T and P acting in each rope in order to develop a resultant force F1, directed along the keel axis aa as shown.

Given: θ = 40 deg

θ1 = 30 deg

F1 = 80 lb

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Given: a=3m b=2m c=6m d=3m e=4m 2 . Given: F = 28 N a = 12 m b=6m c=4m Problem 6 Determine the angle θ between the two cords. If the resultant force at O has magnitude FR and is directed along the negative z-axis. a = 6 ft b = 4 ft FR = 130 lb Problem 5 Cable BC exerts force F on the top of the flagpole. Determine the projection of this force along the z-axis of the pole. which are concurrent at point O.Problem 4 The chandelier is supported by three chains. determine the force in each chain assuming FA = FB = FC = F.

Given: F = 12 lb a = 8 ft b = 10 ft c = 8 ft d = 10 ft e = 4 ft f = 6 ft Problem 8 Determine the projected component of the force F acting along the axis AB of the pipe. Express the result as a Cartesian vector. Given: F = 100 lb a = 3 ft b = 8 ft c = 6 ft d = 4 ft e = 2 ft 3 .Problem 7 Determine the projected component of the force F acting in the direction of cable AC. Given: F = 80 N a = 4 m b=3m c = 12 m d=2m e=6m Problem 9 Determine the magnitude of the projected component of the force F acting along the axis BC of the pipe.

5 ft α = 20 deg γ = 30 deg FC = 50 lb b = 0. Solve the problem using both a scalar analysis and a vector analysis. Given: FB = 40 lb a = 2. Determine the moment of this force about point O. Vector Solution: Given: F = 40 N θ = 20 deg a = 30 mm b = 200 mm Problem 12 Determine the moment of each force about the bolt located at A. Given: M = 15 Nm φ = 60 deg θ = 30 deg a = 50 mm b = 300 mm Problem 11 A force F is applied to the wrench.75 ft β = 25 deg 4 .Problem 10 Determine the magnitude of the force F that should be applied at the end of the lever such that this force creates a clockwise moment M about point O.

Problem 13 The Snorkel Co. produces the articulating boom platform that can support weight W. determine the moment of this Given: a = 3 ft b = 16 ft c = 15 ft θ 1 = 30 deg θ 2 = 70 deg W = 550 lb Problem 14 The boom has length L.300. b) By scalar method. that can be lifted. boom is in the position shown. and C.−600] N a= 1. determine the Given: L = 30 ft Wb = 800 lb a = 14 ft b = 2 ft θ = 30 deg M = 20 × 103 lb ft Problem 15 The force F acts at the end of the beam.4 m 5 . Determine the moment of the force about point A. If the force about points A. weight Wb.2 m c= 0. B. developed by the motor at A is M.2 m b= 0. F:[600. having a mass center at G'. and mass center at G. a) By vector method. If the maximum moment that can be maximum load W.

25 ft c = 2 ft θ = 30 deg 6 .10] N MO:[−14. x=1 m Problem 17 The force F is applied to the handle of the box wrench. Determine the component of the moment of this force about the z axis which is effective in loosening the bolt. Given: a = 0. Assume that the cheater pipe AB is slipped over the handle of the wrench and the F force can be applied at any point and in any direction on the assembly. Determine if this force is adequate.−1. realizing that MO = Fd. If the force passes through a point having the given x coordinate.8.5 m d = 0.25 m b = 0. Determine the magnitude of F so that the resultant couple moment is M counterclockwise.5 ft b = 1.1 m F1 = 30 N M = 14 Nm Problem 19 Two couples act on the beam. a = 3 in b = 8 in c = 2 in F:[8.8. Where on the beam does the resultant couple moment act? M = 450 lb ft P = 200 lb a = 1. determine the perpendicular distance d from point O to the line of action of F.1] lb Problem 18 The lug nut on the wheel of the automobile is to be removed using the wrench and applying the vertical force F. provided a torque M about the x-axis is initially required to turn the nut.3 m c = 0. F:[6.2] Nm. Also. determine the y and z coordinates of the point.Problem 16 The force F creates a moment about point O of MO.

Given: M = 400 Nm a = 300 mm b = 150 mm c = 400 mm d = 200 mm e = 200 mm Problem 21 Replace the force at A by an equivalent force and couple moment at point P. c = 2 ft. determine the magnitude F of the vertical force applied to each wrench. Given: M = 600 lb ft Solution: F1 = 300 lb. F3 = 400 lb. F4 = 200 lb a = 3 ft. Given: F = 375 N a=2m b=4m c=2m d=1m θ = 30 deg Problem 22 Replace the loading on the frame by a single resultant force. F2 = 200 lb. Specify where its line of action intersects member AB. b = 4 ft. d = 7 ft 7 .Problem 20 If the couple moment acting on the pipe has magnitude M. measured from A.

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