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Section: __________

Problem #1 (35 points): The two cylinders A and B are supported by a series of rings and

cables, as shown. For this configuration, both cylinders are in equilibrium, and cylinder A

weighs 50 lb.

(a) Draw the FBD(s) necessary to solve this

problem.

(b) Find the weight of cylinder B and the

forces in cables CD, CE, and EG.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #2 (30 points): A bucket is held in equilibrium by a system of five cables and two

rings, as shown below. Note that cables BC and AE are horizontal, and cable AH is vertical.

Each cable can sustain a maximum force of 2 kip before breaking. Neglect the weights of the

cables and rings in this analysis.

(a) Draw complete FBDs of ring A and ring B.

Clearly label all loads and directions.

(b) Determine the mass, m, of the largest bucket

that can be supported.

Hint: Express the force in each cable in terms of

the unknown weight of the bucket, W.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #3 (30 points): A rope and pulley system is used to lift the weight W as shown below.

One rope wraps around pulleys A and B and is attached to the ceiling. The second rope wraps

around pulley C, and its ends are attached to the ceiling and to pulley B. The weight has a mass

of 50 slugs. Assume each pulley is pinned at the center and is frictionless and weightless.

(a) Draw complete FBDs of pulleys A, B, and C. Clearly label all

loads and reactions.

(b) Find the tensions in the two ropes and the reactions at point A.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #4 (30 points): A rope and pulley system is used to lift the weight A as shown below.

One rope wraps around pulleys B and C and is attached to the ceiling. The second rope wraps

around pulley D, and its ends are attached to pulleys B and C. The weight has a mass of 60

slugs. Assume each pulley is pinned at the center and is frictionless and weightless.

(a) Draw complete FBDs of pulleys B, C, and D. Clearly label all

loads and reactions.

(b) Find the tensions in the two ropes and the reactions at point D.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #5 (30 points): A mass m of 10 kg is suspended from the ceiling by a cable AC and a

spring AB, which are joined by a ring at A. The system is in equilibrium with the geometry

shown below. The spring AB has a spring constant k, and an original (un-stretched) length of

660 mm. Assume both the cable and spring are free to rotate at points B and C.

m = 10 kg

C

(a) Draw a complete FBD of ring A.

Clearly label all loads and reactions.

(b) Find the tension in cable AC and the

spring constant k.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #6 (35 points): The uniform steel beam is held in equilibrium by a pinned connection

at A and by a continuous cable at B and E, which wraps around a frictionless pulley located at D.

The beam supports a mass of 100 kg at point C. Neglect the depth and weight of the beam in

this analysis.

(a) Draw a complete FBD of the beam.

(b) Determine all reactions at A and the

tension in the cable.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #7 (30 points): The uniform steel beam is held in equilibrium by a pinned connection

at B and by a roller at E. The beam supports a concentrated load, a uniform distributed load, and

a concentrated moment at the locations shown. Neglect the depth and weight of the beam in this

analysis.

(a) Draw a complete FBD of the beam.

Clearly label all loads, reactions,

and distances.

(b) Determine all reactions at B and E.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #8 (35 points): A truss structure is held in equilibrium by a pinned connection at A and

by a roller at B. The truss supports a concentrated load of 800 lb and a uniform distributed load

of 50 lb/ft at the locations shown. Neglect the weight of the truss in this analysis.

A

B

10 ft

10 ft 10 ft 10 ft

10 ft 10 ft 10 ft

40 ft

50 lb/ft

800 lb

10 ft

(a) Draw a complete FBD of the

truss. Clearly label all loads,

reactions, and distances.

(b) Determine all reactions at

points A and B.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #9 (35 points): A steel beam AB is held in equilibrium by a pinned connection at A

and by a spring at B that is attached to the wall at C. The beam supports a uniform distributed

load (3 kN/m) and a concentrated force (8 kN) at the locations shown. The beam is horizontal at

equilibrium, and the orientation of the spring is given by the small triangle in the figure. For the

spring BC, the spring rate is 200 kN/m and the original length is 2 m. Neglect the weight and

depth of the beam in this analysis.

(a) Draw a complete FBD of beam AB.

Clearly label all loads, reactions, and

distances.

(b) Calculate all reactions at A and the

force in spring BC.

(c) Find the deformed length of the spring.

Name: _____________________________

Section: __________

Problem #10 (35 points): A bent beam ABCD is held in equilibrium by a roller at A and by a

pinned connection at D. The beam supports a uniform distributed load (80 lb/ft) over section AB

and a concentrated force (390 lb) at point C. The roller at A rests against an inclined surface that

is oriented 30 from the horizontal direction. Neglect the weight and depth of the beam and the

size of the roller in this analysis.

(a) Draw a complete FBD of beam ABCD.

Clearly label all loads, reactions, and

distances.

(b) Determine all reactions at A and D.

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