TAM 211/210 BL1 Fall, 2004 Practice Exam 2 To receive full credit you must show all your work 1.
Name: Section:
What is single force resultant to the distributed force system? Assume d and q0 are known. (25 points)
x=0 x=d y x x = 5d
F = q0 x2
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TAM 150/152, Fall 2003, Hour Exam 3 Name: Prof. Haber
Circle one: 150 or 152 Disc. Section:
Note: Show all free body diagrams to support your solutions. Show all of your work. (1) A beam carries a uniform distributed load, two concentrated forces a

TAM 150/152, Fall 2003, Hour Exam 2 Name: Prof. Haber SOLUTION KEY
Circle one: 150 or 152 Disc. Section:
Note: Show all free body diagrams to support your solutions. Show all of your work on this sheet. (1)
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TAM 211/210 BL1 Fall, 2004 Practice Exam 2 To receive full credit you must show all your work 1.
Name: Section:
What is single force resultant to the distributed force system? Assume d and q0 are known. (25 points)
x=0 x=d x = 5d
F = q0 x2
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TAM 210/211 BL1, Fall 2004 Sample Exam 3 You must show all your work to receive full credit
Name: Section:
1. Find the forces in members BC and EF of the truss. Indicate whether each is in tension or compression.
TAM 210/211 BL1, Fall 2004 Sample

TAM 210/211 BL1, Fall 2004 Sample Exam 3 You must show all your work to receive full credit 1. First, use eq conditions for the object as a whole: Fx = 0 C x = 0 ; Fy = 0 D y + C y = Q Cy y Dy Q
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TAM 211 BL1. Fall 2004 Name:
Sample Exam 4 Section:
You must show all your work to receive full credit
1. The box shown is twice as tall as it is wide (H = 2L). It is of uniform density, and has a weight
of mg. It is held stationary by the force P appl

Handout for TAM 210/211 BL1 posted 19 September, 2004 Things to keep in mind for finding special equipollent systems and resultants for a system of forces and couples I. Finding the "force couple resultant" (at point P) of a system of forces and coup

General equilibrium problems single "object" A Draw a GOOD free body diagram 1. Make a clear distinction of the "body" (system) Separate it from other parts, including the ground 2. Sketch a contour of your "free body" 3. Identify all external force

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For distributed forces along & perp. to a straight line of length L Let x = direction of line and y = direction of the force(s) f(x) = "distributed force intensity" v j = force / length dF(x ) dx = f (x )^ Resultants at

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TAM 211 - Written Assignment 9 (due Nov 14th)
A channel and a plate are welded together as shown to form a section that is symmetrical with
respect to the y axis. Determine the moments of inertia of the combined section with respect to
its centroidal x an