hw0411 - 8.6 The tension in cable AB is 800 lb. Determine...

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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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hw0411 - 8.6 The tension in cable AB is 800 lb. Determine...

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