Lecture 11

Lecture 11 - ME 221 Statics Lecture#11 Sections 5.1 5.5...

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ME221 Lecture 11 1 ME 221 Statics Lecture #11 Sections 5.1 – 5.5

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ME221 Lecture 11 2 Homework #4 Due Today
ME221 Lecture 11 3 Homework #5 Chapter 9 problem: 43 Chapter 5 problems 11, 20, 56 & 69 Due Monday, June 21 MatLab Group Problems 5.22, 5.37 & 5.58 Due Monday, June 21

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ME221 Lecture 11 4 Quiz #5 Wednesday, June 16
ME221 Lecture 11 5 Chapter 5 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies

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ME221 Lecture 11 6 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Equilibrium equations Free body diagrams Modeling supports
ME221 Lecture 11 7 Newton’s second law states that if there is a net force acting on a body, then this will cause motion of the rigid body. If there is no motion, then the object is said to be in equilibrium. Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies

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ME221 Lecture 11 8 Equilibrium Equations When the force system is replaced by a resultant force and moment that are zero, the rigid body is in equilibrium. ~ ~ 0 and 0 F M = = The moment equation is new and differentiates particle from rigid body equilibrium. 0 0 0 0 0 0
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