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equilibrium_3 class 12

equilibrium_3 class 12 - Topic s Equilibrium Examples...

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Topic s Equilibrium Examples Multiple FBDs Use of Inclined Axes Tipping Book Sections 3/1-3/4
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T W 1 2 mass = 225 kg Find the tension, T, required to hold the weight in equilibrium. The strings on pulleys1 and 2 (which are joined) are attached to the pulleys at the dots A B (multiple FBDs) 6-56
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T A T T A 1 2 T B F B T B T T (1) (2) (3) + + + T A
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(use of inclined axes) mass = 3500 kg 30 o 38 o G 2 m 2 m 1 m 3 m 1.5 m Determine the force in the cable and the forces exerted on the wheels at A and B by the inclined surface A B 6-58
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A B T 30o 38o x y W W =(3500)(9.807) = 34,325 N + 2 2 1.5 3 1 + 60 60 +
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x y z 3' A B C 50 lb P ex e y B C A A three foot radius table is supported symmetrically by three legs (each separated by 120o), as shown. (1) If a vertical 50 lb load is applied at point P, determine the vertical forces
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