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by a cable which passes over a frictionless hook at E.

Knowing that the tension in the cable is 1349N, determine

the moment about each of the coordinate axes of the force

exerted by the cable at C.

Ans: 1598 i + 959j

moment of the 300 N force about D, (b) the smallest force

applied at B which creates the same moment about D.

Ans: (a) 41.7 m (b)147.4 , 450

handle BC of the crank shown. Knowing that M x = +20 N. m,

My = 8.75 N.m, and Mz = 30 N.m, determine the

magnitude of P and the values of and .

Ans: =740 and = 530

successively has been secured to a workbench by means of

two nails. Knowing that the drill exerts a 12-N.m couple on

the piece of plywood, determine the magnitude of the

resulting forces applied to the nails if they are located (a) at A

and B, (b) at B and C, (c) at A and C.

Ans: 27, 50, 24

specifying its magnitude and the direction of its axis.

Ans: 1.44 j +2.88 k

6. Calculate the moment about the z- axis of the 2-kN tension in the

cable AB.

Ans: 0.92 k m

direction from A to B. Calculate the magnitude of the moment of

this force about point O.

Ans: -1.4i + 2.2j + 1.1 k m

and

opposite forces. Determine the resultant M of

the three couples.

Ans: -20i -6.8j 37 k m

2.67 m for pulley C, calculate the magnitude of the moment

of the tension about the axis AB.

Ans: 0.7 k m

magnitude M of its moment about the hinge axis.

Ans: 47 m

1. Replace the force and couple system by an equivalent single force and couple acting at point P.

Ans: (a) 0.086i-1.184 k , 21.6 k m (b) 270 , 6885 k m

2. Determine the magnitude and direction of force F and the couple moment M such that the

loading system is equivalent to a resultant force of 600N, acting vertically downward at O, and a

clockwise moment of 400 N-m.

Ans: 450.5 , 27.4O, 1714 m

3. The systems of four forces acts on the roof truss determine the resultant force and specify its

location along AB measured from point P.

Ans: 1.83m

4. A machine component is subjected to the forces shown each of which is parallel to one of the coordinate axis. Replace these forces by an equivalent force- couple system at A.

Ans: -300i-240j+25k , -3i+13.5j+9k m

5. Four forces act on a 700mm x 375 mm plate as shown. (a) Find the resultant of these forces.

(b) Locate the two points where the line of action of the resultant intersects the edge of the plate.

Ans: -1000i+1200j , (250,300) from C

6. A 500- N force is applied to a bent plate as shown. Determine (a) An equivalent force- couple

system at B, (b) Equivalent systems formed by a vertical force A and a force at B.

Ans: (a) 500 / 60o , 86 m (b) A=689 , B= 1150 / 77.4o

7.

A concrete foundation mat of 5-m radius supports four equally spaced columns, each of which is

located 4m from the center of the mat. Determine the magnitude and the point of application of

the resultant of the four loads.

Ans: 325 ; (-0.92,-0.62)m

125 kN

100 kN

25 kN

75 kN

5m

8. A rectangular block is acted upon by the three forces, which are directed along its edges. Replace

these forces by an equivalent force system at O and determine the magnitude and the direction of

the resultant force R.

Ans: (4i+5.5j-6k) m

TUTORIAL SHEET 3

FREE BODY DIAGRAMS AD STATIC AALYSIS

1. Consider the uniform rod ABC supported by a pin at A and

short link BD. draw the free- body diagrams and determine the

total number of unknown force and couple magnitudes and/or

directions. Neglect the weight of the members.

at the pin A and the reaction at the roller support B required

for equilibrium of the truss.

Ans: A=683i + 1500j , B=1386

exerts two forces on the end of the landing gear as

shown. Determine the x and y components of

reaction at the pin C and the force in strut AB.

Ans: FAB = 865 , C=2.7i + 6.6j k

cables attached at B and D knowing that the maximum allowable tension in each cable is 12KN

and neglecting the weight of the beam, determine the range of values of Q for which the loading

is safe when P = 5KN.

Ans: 1.5k Q 9k

constant of the spring is K and the spring is outstretched

when = 0. (a) Neglecting the weight of the rod, express the

angle corresponding to the equilibrium position in terms of

P, K and l. (b) Determine the value of corresponding to the

equilibrium if P = 2kl.

Ans: = tan-1 (P/Kl), = 63.440

75 cm

62.5 cm

62.5 cm

supported by a ball and socket at A and by

three cables. Determine the tension in each

cable and the reaction at A caused by the

2225N load applied at G.

Ans: TCF = 2.9 k, TBE = 2.9 k, TBD = 3.5 k,

A= -1.33i + 8.5j k

150 cm

x

y

2225 N

brackets and bears at C against another vertical wall. Upper bracket

fits in a groove in the rod to prevent the rod from sliding down.

Neglecting friction, determine the reaction at C when a 150N load is

applied at D as shown.

Ans: C= 45i k

8. The wing of the jet aircraft is subjected to thrust of F = 8kN from its

engine and the resultant lift force L = 45 kN. If the mass of the wing

is 2100 kg. and the mass centre is at G,

determine the x, y, z components of

reaction where the wing is fixed to the

fuselage at A.

Ans: MA = -572i + 20 j + 64 k k m

sustain a maximum load of 3KN, determine

the largest magnitude of each of the three

forces F that can be supported by the truss.

Ans: F=354

45 0

2m

F

2m

2m

2m

F

10. Two smooth tubes A and B, each having the same weight W,

are suspended at their ends by cords of equal length. A third

tube C is placed between A and B. Determine the greatest

weight of C without upsetting equilibrium. Ans: WC =0.776 W

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