Mechanics: Statics
Topic-4
Q3.
F1
F2
x
0.5m
0.25m
0.25m
F1 30 N m 1m 30 N
F2 30 N m 0.5m 15 N
F3 50 N m 0.5m 25 N
Resultant Force
FR 30 15 25 70 N
Resultant Moment about O
MO 30N 0.5m 15N 0.25m 25N 0.75m
7.5 N m
Location of application of resultant f

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Q1
Hints:
r1 = cfw_3i 4j + 3k,
1. Vectors are resolved in
terms of their rectangular
components
r2 = cfw_4i 5k,
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negative segments with
typical shapes
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force in members CE, DE, DF, and FE and state whether
they are in tension or compression.
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draw a FBD
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at

ENGR1732: Structural Mechanics
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Due by 10am on Friday 18th March 2016
Summary of Solutions:
Solution
Question 1
Fx
Fy
Fz
Question 2
FR
Question 3
FA
FC
Question 4
FA
FB
Question 5
(FAB)AC
Question 6
FB
FC
FR
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resistivity of copper = 1.724 108 m
permittivity of air = 8.854 1012 F/m
Resistors : resistance
L
R
A
Preferred Values : E12 series (10%)
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