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Unformatted text preview: 8.6 The tension in cable AB is 800 lb. Determine the reactions at
the ﬁxed support C. Problem 8.6 8.14 The suspended load exerts a force F = 600 lb at A and bar
0A weighs 200 lb. Assume that the bar’s weight acts at its mid
point. Determine the tensions in the cables and the reactions at the
ball and socket support 0. y C
(0,6,—10)ft
B A( 6 )f
8, ,0 t
(0,10,4)ft Problems 8.13/8.14 8.16 The horizontal triangular plate is suspended by the three
vertical cables A, B, and C. The tension in each cable is 80 N.
Determine the x and z coordinates of the point where the plate’s
weight effectively acts. Problem 8.16 8.26 The tower is 70 m tall. If the tension in cable BC is 2 kN,
what must the tensions in cables BD and BE be if you want the
couple exerted on the tower by the fixed support at A to be zero?
What are the resulting reactions at A? Problems 8.25/8.26 ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 420K taught by Professor Dusansky during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.
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