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# HW03 - PROBLEM 6.54 A Pratt roof truss is loaded as shown...

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Unformatted text preview: PROBLEM 6.54 A Pratt roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force in members FH, F1, and G1. 3m 3mg 3”“ 3'“ PROBLEM 6.61 Determine the fame in members AF and EJ of the truss shown when P = Q 21.2 kN. (Hint: Uee Sectien an.) PROBLEM 5.61 The aluminum shade for the small high-intensity lamp shown has a uniform thickness of 1 mm. Knowing that the density of aluminum is 2800 kg/m3, determine the mass of the shade. PROBLEM 5.79 :3“ kN Fer the beam and leading efPIublem 5.?8,dete1miue(a) the distance a for which as, = 20 kam, (b) the corresponding value of mg. PROBLEM 5.38 The beam AB supperts twe eeueeutrated leads and tests on seil that exerts a linearly distributed upward lead as show. Determine the values ef an and ma eerrespeudiug ta equilibﬁtuu. Vertex 900 N/m B PROBLEM 5.73 Determine the reactions at the beam supports for the given loading. PROBLEM 5.95 A 600-mm-diameter drum of height 750 mm is placed on its side to act as a dam in a 750-mm-wide freshwater channel. Knowing that the drum is anchored to the sides of the channel, determine the resultant of the pressure forces acting on the drum ...
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