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Course: CVEG 2454, Spring 2008
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Mechanics Engineering - Statics Chapter 8 NB T = Find ( N , T , m , x) B D mD x Since x = 51.6 mm &lt; b 2 NB 413.05 = N T 129.08 mD = 25.6 kg x = 0.052 m = 125 mm our assumption is correct mD = 25.6 kg Problem 8-106 Block A rests on the surface for which the coefficient of friction is sAB. If the mass of the suspended cylinder is mD, determine the smallest mass mA of block A so...

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