Subject: Recitation 01a
CEE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Name: Joshua Bautista
Date: 08/31/16
Modeling & FBDs
Problem 1
Member ABC is a rigid bar and CD is a short link. Bar ABC is supported by a rocker at B and is pinned to a slider
block at A th
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05e
Problem 1
The frame, which consists of two rigid bars and a
pulley, is used to support the 100 kg cylinder E.
Member AC has a mass per unit length of 33 kg/m and
member DC has a mass per
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 01c
Static Equilibrium
Problem 1
The smooth, uniform disks D and E have weights of
200 lb and 100 lb, respectively. Determine the largest
force magnitude P = Pmax that can be applied to the
CEE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 01a
Modeling & FBDs
Name:
Date:
Problem 1
Member ABC is a rigid bar and CD is a short link. Bar ABC is supported by a rocker at B and is pinned to a slider
block at A that is free to slide along
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03b
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The mass of the homogenous, slender, rigid bar is 4 kg/cm along
its entire length. The bar is pinned to the wall at A and has a roller
support at B.
Determine
Subject: Recitation 04c
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Name:
Date:
Truss Analysis
Problem 1
The truss is supported by a pin at G and a
roller support at A. AKJ and GHI are
straight lines. The weight of each member
can be neglected. Diagram i
Subject: Recitation 04b
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Name:
Date:
Truss Analysis
Problem 1
The truss supports a billboard and is, in turn, supported by pins at A
and B. The wind loading on the billboard is transmitted to pins C, D
and E as
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 04a
Problem 1
The truss is supported by a pin at C and a roller at A.
The weight of each member can be neglected.
Determine the magnitude of the axial force in each truss member
and state wh
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 04a
Problem 1
The truss is supported by a pin at C and a roller at A.
The weight of each member can be neglected.
Determine the magnitude of the axial force in each truss member
and state wh
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 02c
Name:
Date:
Self-Weight & Friction
Problem 1
The horizontal position of the rectangular block is adjusted by the
wedge under the action of the vertical force P. The wedge forms an
angle
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03d
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The cross-section of a flood gate is shown. The quarter cylinder
gate AB has a horizontal width of 6 ft (normal to the paper) and
controls the flow of fresh w
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05e
Problem 1
The frame, which consists of two rigid bars and a
pulley, is used to support the 100 kg cylinder E.
Member AC has a mass per unit length of 33 kg/m and
member DC has a mass per
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05d
Frame Analysis
Problem 1
The frame consists of four rigid bars pinned together and it is externally
supported by pins at A and F. The self-weights of all bars are small
compared to the e
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05a
Frame Analysis
Problem 1
The frame is supported externally by pins at A and F and consists of
four rigid bars: ABC, DEF, CD, and BE, all of which are pinned
together to form a stable str
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 02a
Name:
Date:
Self-Weight & Friction
Problem 1
The 80 lb boy stands on the beam and pulls on the rope
with a force of 40 lb. (s)D = 0.4 and (k)D = 0.35
between his shoes and the beam. The
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03d
Name: Joshua Bautista
Date: 10/05/16
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The cross-section of a flood gate is shown. The quarter cylinder
gate AB has a horizontal width of 6 ft (normal to the pa
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03d
Name: Joshua Bautista
Date: 10/05/16
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The cross-section of a flood gate is shown. The quarter cylinder
gate AB has a horizontal width of 6 ft (normal to the pa
Subject: Recitation 03b
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Name: Joshua Bautista
Date: 09/27/16
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The mass of the homogenous, slender, rigid bar is 4 kg/cm along
its entire length. The bar is pinned to the wall at A and
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03c
Name:
Date:
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
Accounting for its diameter, bar AB has a mass of 15 kg/m
along its length. The bar is also acted on by a load
distribution that varies linearly f
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CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 03a
Name: Joshua Bautista
Date: 09/19/16
Distributed Loads
Problem 1
The compound beam is supported by a roller at A and
a fixed support at C and has an internal hinge at B.
The linearly inc
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05b
Name:
Date:
Frame Analysis
Problem 1
The frame, consisting of two rigid bars, AEC and BDC, supports the 200
lb cylinder. The roller at C rests on member AEC but does not contact
pin C or
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 05c
Frame Analysis
Problem 1
The weight of the suspended cylinder is WC = 50 lb. Bar AB is
horizontal and bar DCE is vertical. The self-weight of members AB
and ECD are both w1 = 2 lb/in and
CEE/CNE 210 Statics
Arizona State University
Subject: Recitation 01b
Problem 1
The compound beam has fixed supports at A
and D as well as an internal hinge at B and an
internal slider at C. Each segment of the beam
has a mass per unit length of m.
Complet