EXAM2_2006

# EXAM2_2006 - ES 5 Section C Statics and Dynamics Second Exam Closed Book Name Prof Edgers November 8 2006 IMPORTANT For each problem include free

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ES 5 Section C Name_________________________ Statics and Dynamics Prof. Edgers Second Exam November 8, 2006 Closed Book. IMPORTANT – For each problem include: free body diagram(s), general setup of equations, compute values to at least 3 significant figures, and underline or circle answers. Remember, NEATNESS COUNTS. I cannot give you credit for work that I cannot follow. Problem Value Score 1 25 2 25 3 30 4 20 Total 100 Useful Equations Integration Normal and Tangential Components Radial and Transverse Components

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1. Draw neatly and accurately the shear and bending moment diagram for the beam and loading shown. Determine the locations and magnitudes of all significant values – maximum and minimum shear and bending moments, zero shear and bending moments. (25)
2. The 125 kg concrete block A is released from rest in the position shown and pulls the 200 kg log up the 30 deg ramp. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the log and the ramp is 0.5, determine the acceleration of the concrete block A and its velocity as it hits the ground at B. (25)

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3. The 2 kg slider A is pushed along the curved bar by the slotted bar.
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## This test prep was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ES 5 taught by Professor Lewisedgers during the Fall '07 term at Tufts.

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EXAM2_2006 - ES 5 Section C Statics and Dynamics Second Exam Closed Book Name Prof Edgers November 8 2006 IMPORTANT For each problem include free

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