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If the magnitude of the resultant force is to be 500 N,
directed along the positive y axis, determine the magnitude
of force F and its direction u.
F
u
15
700 N
S OLUTION
The parallelogram law of addition and the triangular rule are shown in Figs. a

2D Beam with a Distributed Load
Moment of Inertia, I = 394 in4 (enter as IZZ in ANSYS); Cross-sectional area, A=14.7 in2; Height = 12.19
in; Modulus of Elasticity, E=30E6 psi (enter as EX in ANSYS); 0.3 (enter as PRXY in ANSYS).
Preprocessing:
(a) Activat

BEAM BENDING EXAMPLE
Cantilever beam (fixed at the left end) with end load 100lb (down) at the right end
and 800*12 lb.in moment (clockwise) at the middle.
Pr. 7-50 in Statics (13th ed) by Hibbeeler
Square cross section: h=6in, b=4in, Area=24 in2, Izz=1/1

Truss Example by ANSYS
Pr. 66, Statics (13th ed) by Hibbeler
A (cross section area of elements) = 0.01 m2, E (Youngs Modulus) = 200 GPA
(gigapascal=109 pascal=109 N/m2). Rename nodes A, B, , D as 1, 2, , 5.
Choose the coordinate origin

Truss Example by ANSYS
63 in Statics (13th ed) by Hibbeler
A (cross section area of elements) = 0.01 m2, E (Youngs Modulus) = 200 GPA
(gigapascal=109 pascal=109 N/m2). Rename nodes A, B, C, D as 1, 2, 3, 4.
Choose the coordinate origin at