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The study will focus on the forces acting bodies at rest called Statics. The components and principles of the study is applied by architects and engineers to calculate forces that act on arches, walls or supports big structures like buildings.

The study will focus on the forces acting bodies at rest called Statics. The components and principles of the study is applied by architects and engineers to calculate forces that act on arches, walls or supports big structures like buildings.

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Static Equilibrium

Forces is always recognized by the motions that result, but this does not mean that force exist only on moving objects.

Forces of Equilibrium

Static Equilibrium

F1 FN

The force that causes an object to move is called NET (or unbalanced) FORCE

The weight (W) of the box is balance by force (FN) exerted on the floor. It also shows that there is no force that balances F1. Therefore, F1 is the net force in the figure.

Forces of Equilibrium

Static Equilibrium

FN

The weight (W) of the box is balance by force (FN). Therefore, it is a static equilibrium.

Forces of Equilibrium

Definition

Static at rest Equilibrium a state of balance

Static Equilibrium

is a condition in which all forces acting on the body are balanced, causing the body to remain motionless

Forces of Equilibrium

Center of Gravity

The resultant force of the sum of the weights of all the particles that compose the matter may be considered at one point. This point is called Center of Gravity.

Center of Gravity

Forces of Equilibrium

States of Equilibrium

Stable Equilibrium CG* of an object is at its lowest possible position Unstable Equilibrium CG* is at its highest possible position Neutral Equilibrium CG* is neither lowered nor raised when the objects is slightly disturbed.

*CG Center of Gravity

Forces of Equilibrium

+y F3 -x F1 F2 +x

Concurrent Force

Forces whose lines of action meet at a common point

-y

F4

It will remain in equilibrium condition if the forces in both x and y directions balance.

Forces of Equilibrium

No net force is acting, thus it will remain motionless.

+y

F3 -x F1

Single force which acts alone that produce the same effect as the system

F2

+x Rx = (-F1) + (+F2) Rx = 0

-y

F4

Since the components R in x and y directions are equal to zero, it is said to be Static Equilibrium.

Forces of Equilibrium

F1 +y F2 F1y -x F1x F2x

F2y

+x

At equilibrium condition F1x balances the pull of F2x (F1x = F2x), while W balances the sum of F1y and F2y (W = F1y + F2y)

Rx = (-F1x) + (+F2x) Rx = 0 Ry = -W + (F1y + F2y) Ry = 0

Forces of Equilibrium

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