Due: Octdbéi- is, 2015
able tension due to the applied
and the sags of the load points
The cable shown below is supported by two pins at A and B. The maximum c
forces is 1000 1b. Determine the tensions in all four segments of the cable
P1, P2, and
EAS 207 Statics
HOMEWORK SET 23
Due: October 30, 2015
Determine the maximum value of the force F for which no sliding will take place between any pair of
surfaces. Assume tipping will not occur in any block. The masses of blocks A, B, and C are
EAS' 207 B & C — STATICS
HW #21 _
Due Date: 10/26/2015
0.1) Calculate the support reactions of the loaded beam shown below. Write
shear-force and bending moment equations of the beam as a function of
distance ‘x’ from the left-end of the beam.
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HW #20 “*'
Due on 10/23/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Calculate the support reactions of the loaded beam shown below. Write the
SF and BM for a section between points A and B as a function of distance ‘x’
from the left-end
EAS 207— STATICS
Due on 10/21/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) (a) Find the support reactions at support A of the beam shown below.
(b) Find the shear-force and the bending—moment at point B of the beam.
(0) Write shear-force and bending moment
HOMEWORK SET 18 — .
Due: Oct. 19, 2015
Determine the forces in members AB, DB, and DC of the space truss shown in ﬁgure below.
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EAS 207 Statics
HOMEWORK SET 17 — SOLUTION
Draw necessary Free-body'diagrams for both problems.
The sanctum shown below is supported by a pin at A and a roller at G. The member ECF and cable ED are
horizontal. If W is 1000 lb. determine the fo
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Determine the forces in the members CE, DE, and DF of the truss shown in ﬁgure below using the method
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EAS 207— STAflES HW #14,
Due on 10/07/2015 (at the start of lecture)
Draw necessary Free-body diagrams for both problems.
0.1) A crane shown below is lifting a load of 2500 lb. The weight of the boom
AB is 500 lb. Determine the reaction at pin support A.
Elite 207— STATICS ' HW # 13 a.
Due on 10/05/2015 (at the start of lecture)
Use the concepts of two—force and three-force members to solve the following two
problems. Draw necessary Free~body diagrams for both problems.
0.1) Determine the tension in the c
HOMEWORK SET 12
Due: Oct. 2, 2015
1f the forces applied to the pipe assembly shown in ﬁgure below are parallel to x, y, and z axes. determine
the reactions at the ﬁxed support A.
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5‘85 207 STHTICS HW._#H
In the system shown in ﬁgure below, the pulley at F is fnctionless and the cylinder weights 120 1b.
Determine the tension in the cable and the horizontal and vertical support reactions of the pin A.
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- EAS 207— STATICS HW # 10
Due on 9/28/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Five parallel forces are applied on top of a column as shown in ﬁgure below.
If the simplest resultant of these forces passes through point 0, determine the
magnitudes of FA and F3
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 9
Due on 9/25/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Three forces and a moment are applied to a T-shaped member as shown in
figure below. Replace the given force system by a resultant force system
acting at point 0. Then replace the res
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 8
Due on 9/23/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Three couples are applied to structural member as shown in figure below.
Determine the resultant couple-moment vector. Also determine the magnitude
of the resultant, the unit vector a
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 7
Due on 9/21/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) A 500 lb force acts at point A of the bracket shown in figure below. Determine
the moment of the force about point 0 using vector approach of moment
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EAS 207— STATICS HW # 5
Due on 9/16/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Draw the Free-Body diagram of the 2500 lb slab as shown in ﬁgure below.
Determine the tensions in the three cables supporting the slab.
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' " 515 207— STATICS' HW#6 " * 1‘ “ ~ ~
Due on 9/18/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) A L-shaped member is subjected to three forces F1, F2 and F3 as shown in
ﬁgure below. Calculate the moments of these forces about point B. Use the
Scalar approach of m
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 4
Due on 9/14/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.!) Draw Free-Body diagrams of each of the three cylinders shown below. Each
of the two large cylinders has a diameter of 10 inches and weight of 400 lb.
The 6-inch diameter cylinder has
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 3
Due on 9/11/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) The chain AB is holding an access door partially open as shown in Fig. 1
below. The tension in the chain AB is 150 N. Express the tension in the chain
AB as a Cartesian vector. Determ
EAS 207— STATICS HW # 2
Due on 9/9/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) The orientations of two forces P = 200N and Q = 3OON are shown below.
Express these forces as Cartesian vectors and find the magnitude and
direction of their resultant.
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EAS 207— STATICS
HW # 1
Due on 9/4/2015 (at the start of lecture)
0.1) Three forces F1, F2 and F3 act on a bracket shown below. If the resultant of
these 3 forces has a magnitude of 70 lb and acts along the u-axis, determine
the magnitude of F2 and its in