1)
2)
3. The compound beam is pin-supported at C and supported by a roller at A and B. There is a
hinge (pin) at D. Determine the reactions at the supports. Neglect the thickness of the beam.
Solution:
Equations of equilibrium: From FBO(a).
0;
4cos 30(12)
/
CIVE-205
Fall 2012
McGill University
Department o f Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 - STATICS
Midterm Examination
Fall 2012
Instructor: Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Closed Book and Notes Examination
All 03 problems must be answered
CIVE 205-001 STATICS
ASSIGNMENT #2
Date Assigned: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Due Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010 @ 16:30
1. Serious neck injuries can occur when a football player is struck in the face guard of his helmet
in the manner shown, giving
1. The line of action of the 3000-Ib force runs through the points A
and B as shown in the figure. Determine the x and y scalar
components of F.
2. Determine and locate the resultant R of the two force and one
couple acting on the I-beam.
3. A carpenter a
ENGINEERING MECHANICS STATIC
Frames and Machines
A structure is called a frame or machine if at least one of its individual
members is a multiforce member. A multiforce member is defined as three or more
forces acting on it.
Because frames and machines co
Engineering Mechanics: ME101
Dr. Poonam Kumari
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
D Block : Room No 201 : Tel: 3434
Statics: Lecture 7
23rd Jan 2016
1
2
Interconnected Rigid Bodies with Multiforce Members
Rigid N
Hi Im Eddie and Ill be talking about the market, products and applications of gold and
silver. At the moment, gold has a market value of around 1 072 $ / ounce which is around
34 650$/ kg. On the other hand, silver has a market value of around 12.5$/ ounc
Correction of quiz 1
Ba2+
[Xe] 4f14 5d10 6s2 6p3
[Be2] (2p)4(2px)2
More homonuclear diatomic
molecules
Lets build together the molecules He2+, He2, Li2, and so on. At first, we need to
draw the energy levels for M.O. Then, we need to write their electron
Pyrometallurgy
Eddie Xu
Group 9
Mime 250
Robert Paquette, Prof Frank Mucciardi
October 14th 2015
Question 1 )
1. Sinter plant
The sinter plant is used for sintering which is a pre-treatment process step of
making molten steel. This plant uses limestone to
nd
Correction to 2
Correctionto2
quiz
Ice, dry ice, sugar, proteins, polymers . Any solid that contains
MOLECULES as repeating units (basis).
Among your answers:
Ok
1) P2O5
N t ok
Not
k
2) Butter
B tt
Not ok
3) All sorts of ionic solids
4) Diamond, silica
Hydrometallurgy
Martin Shih, 260596271, Group 8A
MIME 250
Robert Paquette, Prof. Demopoulos, October 6th 2014
INTRODUCTION
Hydrometallurgy is a relatively recent development compared to its sibling, pyro
metallurgy. In essence, hydrometallurgy is focused
Mineral Processing
Martin Shih, 260596271, Group 8A
MIME 250
Robert Paquette, Prof. K. Waters, Ray Langlois and Chris Marian, November 3 2014
Abstract
Froth flotation was performed on a chalcopyrite ore in order to separate Cu
concentrate for the ores tai
Pyrometallurgy
Martin Shih, 260596271, Group 8A
MIME 250
Robert Paquette, Prof. Demopoulos, October 15th 2014
Question 1
1. Sinter Plant
Sintering is a pre-treatment process step during the production of molten steel that
produces a material called sinter
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE 205 STATICS
Assignment No. 7: 5.60, 5.68, 5.88, 5.94, 5.107, 5.129
Due February 19, 2015
*5.60 The reflector of a small flashlight has the parabolic shape shown. Determine the
su
CIVE-205
Fall 2008
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 Statics
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Assignment No. 09
Date Due: Friday, November 14, 2008, 12:00 noon.
PROBLEM 01:
The frame shown in the figure supports a
532$, sow'nou 12,131.
2F, = 0: Ta, -Qc0530 =0
W I lg=wm
(a) Ta = (60 was)
' To, = 52.0 lb 1
(b) 2F: = 0: P Tm Qsin30 = 0
With P = 75 lb
Tc, 2 75 1b cfw_60 1b)(o.so)_
or Ta, = 4511:
sownon 2,13
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CIVE-205 Fall 2006
McGill University
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering &; Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 - STATICS
FINAL EXAMINATION - FALL 2006
Examiner : Professor Luc E. Chouinard Duration: 3 Hours
Associate Examiner : Professor Suresh
CIVE-205
Fall 2008
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 Statics
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Assignment No. 10
Date Due: Friday, November 21, 2008, 12:00 noon.
PROBLEM 01:
A cable supports a load of 50 kg/m unifor
CIVE-205
Fall 2007
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 Statics
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Assignment No. 12
Date Due: Wednesday, November 29, 2007, 12:00 pm (noon).
PROBLEM 01:
The coefficients of friction are
CIVE-205
Fall 2009
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 Statics
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Assignment No. 04
Date Due: Friday, October 16, 2009, 12:00 noon.
PROBLEM 01:
Using Cartesian vector analysis, determine
CIVE-205
Fall 2009
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics
CIVE-205 Statics
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Assignment No. 02
Date Due: Friday, September 25, 2009, 12:00 noon.
PROBLEM 01:
The force F in the sketch below lies in
Course No.
Instructor
Teaching Assistant
CIVE-205 STATICS
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Nabil E. Saliba
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and
Applied Mechanics
SOLUTION OF ASSIGNMENT 07
PROBLEM 01
PROBLEM 02
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Term
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Course No.
Instructor
Teaching Assistant
CIVE-205 STATICS
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Nabil E. Saliba
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and
Applied Mechanics
Term
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Solution Prepared by
Fall 2007
11
Nabil E. Saliba
SOLUTION
Course No.
Instructor
Teaching Assistant
CIVE-205 STATICS
Professor Luc E. Chouinard
Nabil E. Saliba
McGill University
Department of Civil Engineering and
Applied Mechanics
Term
Assignment Number
Solution Prepared by
Fall 2007
12
Nabil E. Saliba
SOLUTION
ASSIGNMENT 3 SOLUTIONS
Date: Sept 29, 2010
Question 1:
Solution:
We know that the resultant force will act at the center of the slab; therefore, the moment of the
resultant force about the origin will be equal to the sum of moments of all force.
=0
= + +
CIVE 205-001 STATICS
ASSIGNMENT #5
Date Assigned: Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Due Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 @ 16:30
1. Wind has blown sand over a platform such that the intensity of the load can be approximated
by the function
0.5 / . Simplify thi