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equilibrium?

!

F = 0

!

! !

M 0 = r F = 0

Fx = 0

Fy = 0

M x = 0

M y = 0 M z = 0

Fz = 0

1. Decide on which

body to use as free

body. Detach the

body from the

ground and all

other bodies.

2. Indicate all external

forces ac@ng on the

body.

3. Draw the support

reac@ons - motion

resisting forces that

develop at the

supports of an

object.

Reac@ons equivalent

to a force with

unknown direc@on

and magnitude

Reac@ons

equivalent to a

force and a couple

Roadway of a Bridge

3 available equa@ons

3 unknown quan@@es (max.)

!

Fx = 0

!

Fy = 0

!

MO = 0

9

!

F!x = 0

M! A =0

MB = 0

!

M! A =0

M! B = 0

MC = 0

10

equations

partially constrained

Completely constrained

-Rigid body could not possibly move

Par;ally constrained

-Constraints are not sucient to keep the body from

moving

Sta;cally determinate

-When the unknowns could be solved by equa@ons of

equilibrium

Sta;cally indeterminate

-When there are more unknowns than equilibrium

equa@ons

Determine the

reac@ons at A

and B for =30o

A

Y

A

X

two forces must have the same

magnitude, the same line of ac;on, and

opposite sense.

concurrent or parallel.

A man raises a 10 kg

joist, of length 4 m,

by pulling on a rope.

Find the tension in

the rope and the

reac@on at A.

Determine the direction of the reaction

force R.

CD = AE = 12 AF = 1.414 m

BD = CD cot(45 + 20) = (1.414 m ) tan 20 = 0.515 m

CE = BF BD = (2.828 0.515) m = 2.313 m

CE 2.313

tan =

=

= 1.636

AE 1.414

= 58.6!

force R.

R

98.1 N

=

=

sin 31.4! sin 110! sin 38.6!

T = 81.9 N

R = 147.8 N

equilibrium?

!

F = 0

!

! !

M 0 = r F = 0

Fx = 0

Fy = 0

M x = 0

M y = 0 M z = 0

Fz = 0

Universal Joints

A sign of uniform

density weighs 270

lb and is supported

by a ball-and-socket

joint at A and by

two cables.

Determine the

tension in each

cable and the

reac@on at A.

!

!

rD rB

!

!

rD rB

!

!

!

8i + 4 j 8k

= TBD

12

! 1! 2!

2

= TBD 3 i + 3 j 3 k

! !

!

rC rE

TEC = TEC ! !

rC rE

!

!

!

6i + 3 j + 2 k

= TEC

7

! 3! 2!

6

= TEC 7 i + 7 j + 7 k

!

TBD = TBD

sign.

Since there are only 5 unknowns,

the sign is partially constrained. It

is free to rotate about the x axis. It

is, however, in equilibrium for the

given loading.

static equilibrium to

develop equations for the

unknown reactions.

!

F =

!

i:

!

j:

!

k:

!

MA

!

j:

!

k:

! !

!

!

A + TBD + TEC (270 lb) j = 0

Ax 23 TBD 76 TEC = 0

Ay + 13 TBD + 73 TEC 270 lb = 0

Az 23 TBD + 72 TEC = 0

!

!

!

! !

!

= rB TBD + rE TEC + (4 ft )i ( 270 lb) j = 0

5.333TBD 1.714 TEC = 0

2.667 TBD + 2.571TEC 1080 lb = 0

!

!

!

"

A = (338 lb)i + (101.2 lb) j (22.5 lb)k

shelves in a storeroom is

supported by two anged wheels

A and B mounted on a rail and by

an unanged wheel C res@ng

against a rail xed to the wall. An

80-kg man stands on the ladder

and leans to the right. The line of

ac@on of the combined weight W

of the man and ladder intersects

the oor at point D. Determine

the reac@ons at A, B, and C.

!

!

!

W = mgj = (80 + 20)(9.81) j = 981 j

F = 0"

"

!

"

Ay j + Az k + B y j + Bz k 981 j + Ck = 0

Ay + B y 981 = 0

Az + Bz + C = 0

=0

!

!

!

W = mgj = (80 + 20)(9.81) j = 981 j

Ay + B y 981 = 0

Az + Bz + C = 0

=0

"

!

!

!

1.2i B y j + Bz k + 0.9i 0.6k ( 981 j )

!

!

! !

+ 0.6i + 3 j 1.2k Ck = 0

) (

)( )

be solved

Answers:

A = 245 N j 98.1 N k

B = 736 N j 98.1 N k

C =196.2 N k

welded to collar A that ts

on the ver@cal pin shown.

The pin can exert couples

about the x and z axes but

does not prevent mo@on

along the y-axis. For the

loading shown, determine

the tension in each cable

and the reac@on at A.

MAz

MAx

Az

TDE

TCF

Ax

A 1 0 0 - k g u n i f o r m

r e c t a n g u l a r p l a t e i s

supported in the posi@on

shown by hinges A and B

and by cable DCE that

passes over a fric@onless

hook at C. Determine (a)

the tension in the cable,

(b) the reac@ons at A and

B. Assume that the hinge

at B does not exert any

axial thrust.

1000 kg and is used to lid a

2400 kg crate. It is held in

place by a pin at A and a

rocker at B. The center of

gravity of the crane is located

at G.

Determine the components

of the reac@ons at A and B.

sum of the moments of all forces about A.

M A = 0 : + B(1.5m ) 9.81 kN(2m )

23.5 kN(6m ) = 0

B = +107.1 kN

equations for the sum of all horizontal forces

and all vertical forces.

Fx = 0 : Ax + B = 0

Ax = 107.1 kN

Fy = 0 : Ay 9.81 kN 23.5 kN = 0

Ay = +33.3 kN

Check the values obtained.

inclined track. The gross

weight of the car and its load

is 5500 lb, and it is applied at

at G. The cart is held in

posi@on by the cable.

Determine the tension in the

cable and the reac@on at each

pair of wheels.

+ R2 (50in.) = 0

R2 = 1758 lb

M B = 0 : + (2320 lb) 25in. (4980 lb) 6in.

R1 (50in.) = 0

R1 = 562 lb

Create a free-body diagram

= +4980 lb

W y = (5500 lb)sin 25!

= 2320 lb

Fx = 0 : + 4980 lb T = 0

T = +4980 lb

control cable at B. For the loading shown, determine

(a) the tension in the cable, (b) the reac@on at C.

240 N

B

0.18 m

240 N

0.24 m

0.4 m

0.4 m

the cable and the reac@ons at A. (Bedford 5th

Ed.)

reac@ons at the support. (Bedford 5th Ed.)

radius r = 240 mm and mass

30 kg is held in a horizontal

posi@on by the cable CD.

Assuming that the bearing

at B does not exert any axial

thrust, determine the

tension in the cable and the

reac@ons at A and B.

"

"

"

W = mgj = (30)(9.81) j = 294 j

!

!

DC = 480i + 240 j 160k

DC = 560mm

!

DC

6! 3

2!

T =T

= i + j k

DC

7

7

7

F = 0

"

!

"

!

!

Ax i + Ay j + Az k + Bx i + B y j + T 294 j = 0

6 "

3

!

Ax + Bx T i + Ay + B y + T 294 j

7

7

2 !

Az T k = 0

6 unknowns and 6

7

equations

MB = 0

"

!

!

! ! 6 ! 3

2 "

2rk Ax i + Ay j + Az k + 2ri + rk Ti + Tj Tk

7

7

7

!

! !

+ ri + rk 294k = 0

) (

)(

about the z a-axis. Why? Which

reac@on(s) can be solved?

You can solve problems without

using vectors. Just sum moments

about an axis.

ABCD which has been bent as shown. The pipe is supported by

the ball-and-socket joints A and D, which are fastened,

respec@vely, to the oor and to a ver@cal wall, and by a cable

aeached at the midpoint E of the por@on BC of the pipe and at

a point C on the wall. Determine (a) where G should be located

if the tension in the cable is to be minimum, (b) the

corresponding minimum value of the tension.

=0

"

" "

"

AE T + AC W = 0

"

"

!

"

AC W = (12i + 12 j ) ( 450 j ) = 5400k

!

"

! AD 12i + 12 j 6k

=

=

AD

18

AD

!

"

"

"

" 12i + 12 j 6k

5400k = 1800

AE T =

18

"

" " "

AE T = T AE

!

!

"

"

"

12i + 12 j 6k 12i + 12 j 6k

(6i + 12 j ) = 1800

T

18

18

6T = 1800

!

"

Tmin = 200i + 100 j 200k

Must be the same

!

"

direc@on

EG = (x 6 )i + ( y 12) j + (0 6 )k

(

(

)

)

x=0, y=15 ft

summing moments about an axis.

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