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Homework Assignment #5
Assigned: October 3, 2015
See if you can identify any two force members, if any exist, a
priori.
HINT: Draw free-body-diagrams for the bolt at B, and for
each of the arms of the pliers.
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #3
Assigned: September 20, 2015
Even where numbers are given, substitute symbols! So, if the
weight is given to be 600 lb, just say W! First solve the
problems with symbols Do not use vectors to solve these
problems. Sim
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #1
Assigned: September 5, 2015
Even where numbers are given, substitute
symbols! So, if the weight is given to be 600 lb,
just say W! First solve the problems with
symbols Do not use vectors to solve these
problems. Simp
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #6
Assigned: October 11, 2015
Problems 7.19/7.20: Find the coordinates of the centroid of
the area shown below.
Problem 7.21: An agronomist wants to measure the rainfall at
the centroid of a plowed field between two road
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #11
Assigned: November 16, 2015
Problem 5.88: The force F acting on the boom ABC at C
points in the direction of the unit vector
0.512
0.384
0.768 and its magnitude is 8 kN. The boom is
supportd by a ball and socket at A
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #4
Assigned: September 26, 2015
Even where numbers are given, substitute symbols! So, if the
weight is given to be 600 lb, just say W! First solve the
problems with symbols Do not use vectors to solve these
problems. Sim
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #2
Assigned: September 11, 2015
Even where numbers are given, substitute symbols! So,
if the weight is given to be 600 lb, just say W! First
solve the problems with symbols Do not use vectors to
solve these problems. Sim
EM 306 Statics
Homework Assignment #7
Assigned: October 17, 2015
Problems 8.3: Find the coordinates of the centroid of the area
shown below. Then find the 2nd moment of area about the xaxis.
Problem 8.30. Determine the second moment of the area
shown belo
Name:_
Section:_
EM-319
Exam III
Mear
Fall 2014
Problem 1
The beam below has bending rigidity EI and is subjected to a concentrated load at point C and the distributed load q.
Using the second order differential equation, derive the deflection v as a func
Name: _
Section: _
EM-319
Exam III
Mear
Fall 2013
Problem 1
The beam below has flexural rigidity EI and is subjected to a couple M0 as indicated. Using the
second order differential equation of the deflection curve, derive the deflection v as a function o
Name: _
Section: _
EM-319
Final Exam
Mear
Spring 2012
Problem 1
Beams AB, CD, and EF are connected to bars BD and DF as indicated in the figure. Beams AB
and CD have flexural rigidity EI while beam EF has flexural rigidity 2EI. The bars have axial
rigidit
Name: _
Section: _
Mear
Fall 2013
EM-319
Final Exam
Problem 1
Bar BCD is held between walls at points B and D and securely bonded to a rigid disk at point C. Attached on
either sides of the rigid disk are rods FJ and HK. Suppose both rods FJ and HK are su
Name: _
Section: _
EM-319
Exam III
Mear
Spring 2012
Problem 1
The beam below has bending rigidity EI and is subjected to the distributed load q. Using the
second order differential equation, derive the deflection v as a function of x throughout the length
Name: _
Section: _
EM-319
Exam III
Mear
Fall 2013
Problem 1
The beam below has flexural rigidity EI and is subjected to a couple M0 as indicated. Using the
second order differential equation of the deflection curve, derive the deflection v as a function o
Sample problems for the second midterm exam
1. Determine the placement distance a of the roller
support so that the largest absolute value of the
moment is a minimum. Draw the shear force and
bending moment diagrams for this condition
2. The beam shown in
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Name: Section Day/Time:
EID:
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(Hint: Use method of sections) Name: Section Day/Time:
EID:
Find the forces in members IC, KC, Win the truss shown below.
(Hint: Use method of sections)
EM 306 Statics
TEST 1
Fall 2016 - Landis
Name _
EID _
Instructions: All problems require correctly drawn and labeled free body diagrams.
Show all of your work. Place a box around your final answers and include units.
Problem 1. Determine
the clamping forc
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Name: Eg ltUlngx Section Day/Time:
BID:
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EM 306 Statics
TEST 2
Fall 2016 - Landis
Name _
EID _
Instructions: All problems require correctly drawn and labeled free body diagrams.
Show all of your work. Place a box around your final answers and include units.
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L/2
Problem 1. Determine
EM 306 Statics
TEST 3
Fall 2016 - Landis
Name _
EID
_
Section: _
Instructions: All equilibrium analyses require correctly drawn and labeled free body
diagrams. Show all of your work. Place a box around your final answers and include
units where applicable
Section Day/Time:
EID:
The tension in the cable between A and B is 201 lbs. Point A has coordinates
(0,2.0,0) ft and point B has coordinates (4.8, 0, 3.0] ft. What is the tension in the
cable at point A in vector form?
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