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Unformatted text preview: PROBLEM 4.15 A follower ABCD is held against a circular cam by a stretched spring,
which exerts a force of 21 N for the position shown. Knowing that the
tension in rod BE is 14 N, determine (a) the force exerted on the roller
at A, (b) the reaction at bearing C. SOLUTION Note: From f.b.d. of ABCD Ax = Acos60° = i 2 Ay = Asin60° = Aﬁ
2 (a) From f.b.d. of ABCD +3 EMC = 0: (3(40 mm) — 21N(40 mm) +14N(20mm) =0
3A=%N or A = 28.0N 2d 60°4
(b) From f.b.d. ofABCD i. 217x = 0: C, +14N +(28N)cos60° = 0
. CI = —28N or cx = 28.0N «
+1214} = 0: Cy — 21N + (28 N)sin60° = o Cy = —3.2487 N or Cy = 3.25 N 1 Then C = C; + C3 = (28)2 + (32487)2 = 28.188 N
C _ and 0 = tan—1 —y =tan_1( 32487] = 6.6182°
Cx —28 or C = 28.2 N 76.62° 4 PROBLEM 4.22 Determine the maximum tension which can be developed in cable AB
if the maximum allowable value of the reaction at C is 1000 N. SOLUTION
Cmax = 1000 N 2_2 2
c_q+g Cy = ./(1ooo)2 — c3 From f.b.d. of pedal
1.212: =0: CxTmax =0
C, = Tmax
+‘) 2MB = 0: Cy(0.4 m) — Tmax [(0.18 m)sin60°] = o
Cy = 0.38971Tmax (3) Equating the expressions for Cy in Equations (1) and (3), with Cx = Tmax
from Equation (2) (1000)2 — T5,“ = 0.389711Tmax
T3“ = 868,150 :rmax = 931.75 N
or Tmax = 932 N { PROBLEM 4.62
Eight identical 20 x 30in. rectangilar plates, each weighing 50 lb, are D c  it held in a vertical plane as shown. All connections consist of frictionless
A a 2 a 4 pins, rollers, or short links. For each case, answer the questions listed in Em. P6.1 The bracket ABC can be supported in the eight different ways
shown. All connections consist of smooth pins, rollers, or short links. In
each case, determine whether (a) the plate is completely, partially, or
improperly constrained, (b) the reactions are statically determinate or
indeterminate, (c) the equilibrium of the plate is maintained in the
position shown. Also, wherever possible, compute the reactions assuming
that the magnitude of the force P is 100 N. Problem 4.61, and, wherever possible, compute the reactions.
8 z SOLUTION
1. Three nonconcurrent, nonparallel reactions
(a) Completely constrained 4
(b) Determinate 4
(c) Equilibrium 4 From f.b.d. of plate
+‘) EMA = 0: c(30 in.) — 50 lb(15 in.) = o C = 25.0 lb 14
21. 2F, = 0: A, = 0
+1213 =0: Ay—501b+251b =0 Ay=251b A=25.01bi4 2. Three noncurrent, nonparallel reactions
(a) Completely constrained 4
(b) Determinate 4
(c) Equilibrium 4 From f.b.d. of plate _+. 2F, = o: B = 0 4 +‘) 2MB = 0: (501b)(15 in.) — D(30 in.) = o
n = 25.0 lb T4
+t 2;; = o: 25.01b—501b+C = o C=25.01bT4 PROBLEM 4.62 CONTINUED 3. Four nonconcurrent, nonparallel reactions DX (a) Completely constrained 4
(b) Indeterminate 4
(C) Equilibrium 4 50 [5 From f.b.d. of plate
+3 2M» = 0: Ax(20 in.) — (so 1b)(15 in.)
Ax = 37.5 lb —+ 4
—+> ZFX =0: Dx+37.51b=0
Dx = 37.5 lb «— 4 C 4. Three concurrent reactions (a) Improperly constrained 4
D x (b) Indeterminate 4
(c) No equilibrium 4 50 lb 5. Two parallel reactions
(0) Partial constraint 4
(b) Determinate 4
(c) Equilibrium 4 From f.b.d. of plate
J) EMU = 0: C(30 in.) — (50 lb)(15 in.) = o C = 25.0 lb 74
+T2Fy =0: D—501b+251b=0
D = 25.0 lb f4
6. Three nonconcurrent, nonparallel reactions
(a) Completely constrained 4
(b) Deterrninate 4
(c) Equilibrium 4 From f.b.d. of plate
+‘j 2MB = 0: 3(20 in.) — (50 lb)(15 in.) = 0
B = 37.5 lb m» 4 1.23:0: Dx+37.51b=0 Dx=37.51b—~
+l2Fy20: Dy—501b=0 Dy=50.01bl
or D=62.51b b§ 53.1°4 PROBLEM 4.62 CONTINUED 7. Two parallel reactions
(a) Improperly constrained 4
(b) Reactions determined by dynamics 4
(c) No equilibrium 4 8. Four nonconcurrent, non—parallel reactions
((1) Completely constrained 4
(b) Indeterminate 4
(c) Equilibrium 4 From f.b.d. of plate
+‘) 2MB = 0: 3(30 in.) — (50 1b)(15 in.) = 0
B = 25.0 lb 14
+1213 = o; Dy —501b+25.01b =0 1)y =25.01b l4 1.25:0: DX+C=0 ...
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