HW_solu_09-22-04

# HW_solu_09-22-04 - The mass of the ladder is 30kg and of...

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TAM 210 / 211, Fall, 2004 Homework solutions for 09/22 Draw free body diagrams for objects requested in 4.1, 4.2, 4.4, 4.6, 4.10 4.1 Draw the free body diagram for the bar shown. 4.2 Draw a free body diagram of the crowbar (considering the nail is exerting a force along the axis.) We must consider the friction of the surface. 4.3 Draw a free body diagram of the man and ladder.
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Unformatted text preview: The mass of the ladder is 30kg, and, of the man, 70kg 4.6 Draw a free body diagram of the 50-lb door. Look to table 4.1 for all possible hinge forces / couples. 4.10 Draw a free body diagram of the slotted bar alone. Consider that the pins are frictionless and the weights of the bars can be neglected....
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