Solutions to - University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Civil Engineering Department Structures Materials and Design(ClV101

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Unformatted text preview: University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Civil Engineering Department Structures, Materials, and Design (ClV101 F) Problem Set No. 1 September 13, 2007 Question No. 'E) Given force H = 96 kN in the figure bellow, 1) determine its components in the xy system in part a. 2) Determine the force component in the system x y in part b. 3) Determine the force components in system ab in part c. “Q x and a Pa”? 0A) Rx“: @9630 3% Ce; {Ximfilflaaée Maw—"é “ i o . a, K HjsH fiméfi‘ $96 ‘51an EMT-7H3": 294010 NT PUNK ka 5: H C63 mick/'1'; EL”. \k" i a. f L M. 3'” H)”: H gamma 5: ac 3;,«74 mil}: 9;le / fiDCRl‘E C) Hi9 'H-o‘ er L S: 96 W“;- 5M {2% Si‘Mo sex 3 03; ‘5 {we N 3:15 HQ$JL%5i‘ni0*m‘—?Hq$\?,olr3 We. 6§M02 . to M 445, 96 New mltbswaaz j W fiieial _ Question No. 2) Determine the magnitude and direction of the resuitant of the forces given in the following figure. Show the force on the figure. N F; l 600 N ,i! PM; Facwsgc 5::ng 6951th 4.... Fiji‘; E1 Qafié'c 33> F9132: ifOen‘ T ’ c. . "N EligC03§§k§=7F5ly qufiéé'? «em—w EU F3 05??“ «33> i253 u e 4 m “i of RA“; E'Ic‘ffiix'r (:31 Riv-703); 9&5 «em-r I ,4 t N x M * \ R.) g E)? Fiji 1:33 W 707; 795 T Rt szriljzf—‘flile WWIM r- h .. 6 ‘j 5 R3 ( 997.3% 3 @j :90 «a 9x5“) 6)“: 90 p.63 ‘73:? Giméfgqg‘é‘} gram wk Chiffec‘tf'fln Question 3) l n the figure bellow, determine the angle 6 for the connecting member A to the plate so that the resultant force of FA and F5 is directed horizontally to the right. What is the magnitude of the resultant force? FR " Eqfiintb :755in6 M) Efi~rj<$fl C9364; €CG$GT luv' EB}L$?6&3656:‘5$E*§? Mir? Pfijfi_%ca5¢{0:l—{459é 3/ R3” :3) H32 {753:7 game :AAffi’éfi QSOHe933‘ . ,_ -iLN thlithJ (5%”; git-SMT—rr9ffijr53897sj?Rktlorél05 H M lLN Rm a}? of gum twee W; Question No. 4) The post given bellow is pulled of the roof using the two ropes. The right-side rope is subjected to a force of F; = 600 N and is directed at 20° from the vertical. If the resultant force acting on the post is to be 1200 N and it is vertically downward, determine the force F2 in the left side rope and the corresponding angle 6. Roam R3»: rem Ni image: 53 F50: W ~- umwl’» ’3 RXSQQEWfV-ikro 5179406 ‘ a {235 fijf (—135; gash w; »r (:1 Ease. «2 ism, 5:; mg we“ gm (5:? so: We. 8:75 (a) {236: lfi'cr fifm’lé‘: , “A’. cme 3:; 5-; 555: area ...
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