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The magnitude of resultant force acting on the bracket is
to be 400N. Determine the magnitude of F1 If =30.
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Question 1
The pipe assembly is subjected to the 80-N force. Determine the
moment of this force about point A.
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The wrench A is used to hold the pipe in a stationary position
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This lecture will focus on forces, and in particular, examining how forces affect a particle or rigid
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Force Vectors
This lecture will focus on forces, and in particular, examining how forces affect a particle or rigid
body.
Scalars and Vectors:
Scalar
Vector
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Examples of Vectors:
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5.1 Rigid Body Equilibrium
We have already seen that forces on a rigid body have a different effect in
comparison to forces on a particle, since moments need to be considered in addition
to the sum of the for

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6.0 Structures
In this chapter we will learn how to analyze different kind of structures by drawing
its free body diagrams (FBD), calculating both external and internal forces of several
connected parts, an

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Assigned: Tuesday, November 17, 2015
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3.0 Particle Equilibrium
We now know how to sum all the forces acting on a particle. If the sum happens to
equal zero, we have a special case called static equilibrium. In other words, for a
particle to be in

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4 Forces on Rigid Bodies
In contrast to the forces on a particle), the forces on a rigid—body are not usually concurrent and
may cause rotation of the body (not possible with a particle), and also change

ENGG*1210 Lecture Notes: Engineering Mechanics Winter 2014
1 Mechanics
The deﬁnition for mechanics is rather vague, as follows: “The branch of science dealing with the
state of rest or motion of bodies that are subject to forces”. In more general terms, m

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Until now, we have studied the external loads that are applied to structural members. In order
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7 Structural Analysis
In this section we will look at free body diagrams of structures made from several connected parts.
These analyses require the calculation of both external and internal forces. In order

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1 1 Kinetics of a Particle: Force and Acceleration
Kinetics is a branch of dynamics that deals with the relationship between the change of motion
of a body and the forces that cause this change.
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Chapter 6 Structural Analysis
Section 6.6 FRAMES AND MACHINES
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a) Draw the free body diagram of a
frame or machine and its members.
b) Determine the forces acting at the
joints and supports of a frame or
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December 21, 2016
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These questions are a bare minimum. You should also:
1. Work through all the class examples.
2.