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# HW11 - E Collar C is welded to rods ABC and CDE It can...

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HW11 Terry Cooke: Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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Chapter 4, Problem 116 Solve Problem 4.115, assuming that cable DCE is replaced by a cable attached to Point E and hook C . PROBLEM 4.115 A 100-kg uniform rectangular plate is supported in the position shown by hinges A and B and by cable DCE that passes over a frictionless hook at C . Assuming that the tension is the same in both parts of the cable, determine ( a ) the tension in the cable, ( b ) the reactions at A and B . Assume that the hinge at B does not exert any axial thrust.
Chapter 4, Problem 121 The assembly shown is used to control the tension T in a tape that passes around a frictionless spool at

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Unformatted text preview: E . Collar C is welded to rods ABC and CDE . It can rotate about shaft FG but its motion along the shaft is prevented by a washer S . For the loading shown, determine ( a ) the tension T in the tape, ( b ) the reaction at C . Chapter 4, Problem 132 The uniform 10-kg rod AB is supported by a ball-and-socket joint at A and by the cord CG that is attached to the midpoint G of the rod. Knowing that the rod leans against a frictionless vertical wall at B , determine ( a ) the tension in the cord, ( b ) the reactions at A and B ....
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