PROBLEM : 9.1.7
GOAL : Find (a) the magnitude of the moment at A, and (b) the other loads that act at A.
GIVEN : Structure shown in E9.1.7 with dimensions and loads
ASSUME : The system is planar, and all links are of negligible mass
DRAW : FBD of member A
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 2
(Due on Wednesday Jan. 23th, 2013 during Discussion)
5.2.18 A 610-N force acts on a lever
attached to a post as shown in E5.2.18.
Determine
a. The moment MO the force creates at
a moment center at O.
b. The space angle associ
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 5
(Due on Wednesday Feb. 20th, 2013 during Discussion)
10.1.13 Determine the axial force,
shear force, and bending moment
acting on the cross section of the beam
ABC in E10.1.13 just below point B.
Exercise 10.1.13
10.1.25 Cons
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 4
(Due on Wednesday Feb. 6th, 2013 during Discussion)
9.1.15 Consider the frame in E9.1.15.
Determine the loads acting on members
AB and BC.
Exercise 9.1.15
9.3.13 Determine the force by using the
method of joints in each membe
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 1
(Due on Wednesday Jan. 16th, 2013 during Discussion)
1.6.4
In the expressions that follow,
c1 and c2 are constants, and is an
angle. Determine the dimensions of c1,
c2 and for the given equations to be
dimensionally correct.
Example Problem 1:
DRAW THE FREE BODY DIAGRAM FOR
THE ENTIRE TRUSS (always first) and
solve for the 3 support reactions
Using the method of joints,
determine the force in each member
of the truss.
Aditya Kumar
CEE 101: Statics and Dynamics
Slide 1
Exampl
Example Problem 1:
SOLUTION:
The magnitude of the concentrated load
is equal to the total load or the area
under the curve.
The line of action of the concentrated
load passes through the centroid of
the area under the curve.
Determine the support react
Example Problem 1:
SOLUTION:
Compute reactions and forces at
connections for each member.
Cut member ACF at J. The internal
forces at J are represented by equivalent
force-couple system which is
determined by considering equilibrium
of either part.
Dete
1. Calculate the area and centroid of the shaded region.
y
y2=x2
y1=8-x2
C
y3=2
x
0
Solution:
The intersected points of the 3 two curves are:
(
2, 2
)
and ( 2, 4 )
y
y2=x2
y1=8-x2
( 2, 4 )
C
(
2, 2
)
y3=2
x
0
To calculate the area and moment, we separate
Lecture 8: Analysis of Structures
- Trusses and Frames
Prepared By: Anoop Krishnan N M
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PROBLEM 4.5.44 GOAL : To express each force in vector notation. GIVEN : Sketch of forces applied to a hook. ASSUME : None necessary. DRAW :
FORMULATE EQUATIONS and SOLVE : Using equations (4.7) and (4.11): For F1 : F1 = 400 N ( cos 60 + cos 60 + cos 45 k)
7.4.19
GOAL: Find Fa and Fb such that it is the maximum value needed to just hold the leftmost
disk in place for the conguration of (a) disk 1 on the left, and (b) disk 2 on the left.
Determine which case requires the greater force. First use intuition, t
PROBLEM 8.1.2
GOAL: To find the centroid of a ellipsoid formed by revolution.
GIVEN: Equation of surface
DRAW:
FORMULATE EQUATIONS and SOLVE:
To find the centroid use equation 8.5. By axial symmetry, and using the fact that the
material is homogeneous, we
PROBLEM 4.6.9 GOAL : To determine (a) the resultant force in vector notation in the xy coordinates, (b) the resultant force in vector notation in the x y coordinates, (c) that |TR | = |TR | GIVEN : Figure E.4.6.9. ASSUME : Planar. DRAW :
FORMULATE
C&EE 121 Foundations and Earth Structures Assignment 3 DUE JANUARY 27, 2009 Design of Prefabricated Vertical Drains
Prof. J.P. Stewart Winter, 2009
The results for Assignment No. 1 (now posted on the web site) are that 15 feet of fill is required t
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 7
(Due on Wednesday Nov. 23th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syl
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 1
(Due on Wednesday Oct. 5th, 2016)
1. Listed below are some real-world examples of forces. List three additional
examples of each type of force:
a. Tension in string being pulled by a kite, in a bungee cord when someone
is bun
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 2
(Due on Wednesday Oct. 12th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syl
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 5
(Due on Wednesday Nov. 9th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syll
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 4
(Due on Wednesday Oct. 26th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syl
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 3
(Due on Wednesday Oct. 19th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syl
CEE 101 Homework Assignment 6
(Due on Wednesday Nov. 16th, 2016)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
(1) Please bring your homework to the lecture on Wed and submit it to Prof. AK before
the class begins
(2) Please strictly follow the rules set by Prof. AK in the syl
PROBLEM 4.3.3
GOAL : To list examples of force
GIVEN : Some real world examples of force.
ASSUME : None necessary.
DRAW : None necessary.
RESULTS :
tension
normal contact
friction
hair/ponytail ties, straps on bookbag, cables on bridge
between nger & butt
Lecture 1: Introduction to C&EE 101
Statics and Vectors
Prepared By: Anoop Krishnan N M
Email: [email protected]
Office Location: 2517, Boelter Hall, Phone: (310) 860-6212
Course Notes Developed for C&EE 101: Winter 2016
Anoop Krishnan N M CEE 101: St