Section_5.5-5.7_F11

Section_5.5-5.7_F11 - stable system Example#1 Determine the...

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5.5: Equilibrium in Three Dimensions - FBD’s 3-D systems have 6 Degrees of Freedom : 3 deformations = 3 forces 3 rotations = 3 moments Potentially there could be 6 reactions at a support . .. FBD for a 3-D system: follow same rules as for a 2-D system. In 3-D systems, a min. of 6 support reactions are req’d for a
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Unformatted text preview: stable system . Example #1 : Determine the force in each cable if the plate weighs 5500 lbs. Example #2 : Determine the x, y and z components of reaction at the pin A and the tension in the cable, TBC necessary for equilibrium of the rod....
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Section_5.5-5.7_F11 - stable system Example#1 Determine the...

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