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ECS221L10 - Reduction of a System of Forces Problem. Find...

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    Reduction of a System of Forces Problem. Find the simplest representation of a system of forces such that its effect on a rigid body is unaltered.
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    Recall … Step 1. F O r F O M When moving a force off its line of action we must add a couple with moment equal to moment of F about O. Step 2.
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    Reduction to a Force and a Couple Reduce the following force system to a system consisting of a single force and a single couple. F 2 F 3 F 1 r 2 r 1 r 3
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    Move all forces to origin…                                       F O M F M 1 F R O M OR Resultant force and moment not generally perpendicular. 3 2
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    Equivalence Two systems of forces {F 1 , F 2 , …} and {F 1 ’, F 2 ’, …} acting on a rigid body are equivalent if they have the same resultant force and moment about a point. Equivalent if: F = F M O = M O
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    Equipolence Two sets of vectors {F 1 , F 2 , …} and {F 1 ’, F 2
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