EAS 208 (Fall 2010)
Homework #4
Due:
Wednesday, September 29 at beginning of class
Study:
Chapters 13, 14.1–14.4 (Bedford and Fowler, 5
th
edition)
Solve Problems:
13.164, 14.7, 14.26, 14.43, 14.52, 14.72, 14.82, 14.100, 14.102
Solve and Submit Problems 4–1 and 4–2 below
Problem 4–1
The system shown below is released from rest with the cable taut. The masses of bodies
and
A
B
are
150
and
, respectively. The static and kinetic coefficient of friction
between bodies
kg
50
kg
A
and
B
are
and 0.
, respectively. Neglect the small mass and
friction of the pulleys and the friction between body
0.4
2
B
and the slope. Determine:
a)
What is the maximum mass of body
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 Fall '08
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