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ENGR 218
HW #7
Q1.
Determine:
(a) the reaction forces at points A and B as well as at the pulley.
(b) The internal loads at point C.
Q2.
For the simply supported beam, determine the internal loads at point E,
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ENGR 218
HW #7
Q1.
Determine the internal loads (a) in member ACF at point J and (b)
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TEST 1
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PART I: CONCEPTS (5 POINTS)
1. Deﬁne a force and state its characteristics
3. What do we mean by concurrent forces?
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ENGR 218
TEST 2
Name: 3d LL’i'lm CLlD#:
Q1. (6 points)
For the simply supported beam,
3) Draw the free body diagram showing all external forces (2)
b) Determine the reaction forces at B and D, (2)
0) Determi
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Homework #7
A machine part is composed of three structural steel rods welded together, two of 15 mm
diameter and one of 40 mm diameter (see the diagram). Under the 7 kN and 10 kN axial loads,
what
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Homework #3
1.
Calculate the magnitude of the moment about the base point 0 of the GOO-N
force in ﬁve different ways.
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Statics and Mechanics: Old Test (Fall, 2016)
1. Define a force and state its characteristics.
2. Define the principle of transmissibility.
3. Find the angle for which the moment of the 90 N force about point O is zero.
4. Fill in the blank.
a. The figure
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PETE 382: DF- Homework #2
(due Feb. 7)
1. How much Barite is required to increase the density of 360 bbls of mud
from 12 ppg to 13 ppg? (Provide your answers in bbls, in lbs and in
sacks).
2. 250 sacks of barite were added to
ENGR 218 HW #9
1.
A machine part is composed of three structural steel rods welded together, two of 15 mm
diameter & one of 40 mm diameter (see the diagram). Under the 7 kN & 10 kN axial loads, what
is the change in length of the entire part (ABCD)? Give
ENGR 218 Quiz 4
1) Find the resultant for the following system of forces using algebraic method.
a)
b)
c)
d)
R = - 52.4 lb and = 148.6
R = 524 lb and = 48.6
R = - 524 lb and = 48.6
R = 5.24 lb and = 48.6
2) Using the algebraic method find the resultant fo
ENGR 218:STATS/MECHANICS: HW #3 (Due 1/31/17)
PROBLEM 1
The crate has a weight of 443 lb.
a = 30
1. Determine the Tension TAC in lb. (Answer:
)
2. Determine the Tension TAB in lb. (Answer
)
PROBLEM 2
a1 = 34.5 , a2 = 30.8
3. Determine the ratio of tension
Quiz #2 Solution
The forces F1, F2, and F3, all of which act on point A of the bracket, are specified in
three different ways.
1- Determine the magnitude of the resultant force of the F1 and F3 acting on the bracket in kN.
Rx = F1 cos(35) + F3 cos( tan-1
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ENGR 218
TEST 1
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Name: (A m CLlD:
PART I: CONCEPTS (8 points)
Probleml (1) Problem 2 (1)
A body in static equilibrium experiences All the following attributes characterizea force except
a) Only smal
ENGR 218 Quiz 2
PROBLEM 1
The forces F1, F2, and F3, all of which act on point A of the bracket, are specified in three
different ways. Determine:
1) The magnitude of the resultant force of the F1 and F3 acting on the bracket in kN. (Answer: 117)
2) The o
ENGR 218:STATS/MECHANICS: HW #2 (Due 1/23/17)
PROBLEM 1
Two structural members, B and C, are bolted to
bracket A. Knowing that both members are in
tension and that P=18.5 kN and Q=17.7 kN. For
a=34.6 and b=66.6 , determine using:
a) Law of Cosines and the
ENGR 218- HW #4
(Due 2/07/17)
Problem #1
A force F with a magnitude of 100 N is applied at the origin O of the axes x-y-z as shown. The line of
action of F passes through a point A whose coordinates are 3 m, 4 m, and 5 m. Determine (a) the x, y,
and z sca
DUE 16 JUNE 2014 S O
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Homework #2
1.
The farms, F1, F2: and, F3, all of which act rm paint A (If the blanket, are
speciﬁed in thraus different ways. Betarmine the x and y saalar campeneats of
eac
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Homework #5
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itudes 0f the threes C and T, which,
Determine the, magn
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ENGR 218
TEST 2
Name: 8 mm CLID#:
Q1. (6 points)
For the simply supported beam,
3) Draw thefree booty diagram showing all external forces (2)
b) Determine the reaction forces at B and D, (2)
0) Determine the
ENGR 218
CENTROIDS & MOMENTS
OF INERTIA
Centroids & Moments of Inertia
Centroids
Moments of Inertia
Introduction
The earth exerts a gravitational force on each of
the particles forming a body. These forces can be
replaced by a single equivalent force equ
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General Engineering
ENGR 218
TEST 2
Name: 5 §\w\1r:\ CL|D#:
Q1. (6 points)
For the simply supported beam,
a) Draw the free body diagram showing ali external forces
b) Determine the reaction forces at B and D,
(2)
(2)
0) Determine
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ENGR 218 /
TEST 1 ﬂ
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PART I: CONCEPTS (8 points)
Probleml (1) Problem 2 (1)
A body in static equilibrium experiences All the following attributes characterize a force except
a)
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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
DRILLING FLUIDS, PETE382
QUIZ 3
A vertical well is being drilled at a depth of 10,000 ft. Other relevant data:
Drill Pipe: DD = 5 in , ID = 4.276 in
Drill Collar: CD = 7 in , ID = 3 in ; 1,000 ft. l
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Homework #6
Q1.
a)
/A 2100-Ib tractor is used to lift 900 lb of gravel. Determine the reaction at each of the
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Homework #4
1.
b) Determine the moment of the tension force about point O
DUE 13 Feb 2015
2.
b) Determine the moment of the tension force about point O
DUE 13 Feb 2015
3.
DUE 13 Feb 2
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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
ENGR218
SPECIAL PROBLEMS
NAME:_
ID#:_
Q1. (5 points)
Reference to the figure below, determine the reaction forces at A and C.
Q2. (10 points)
Replace the three forces acting on the bent pipe by
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DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ENGINEERING
ENGR 218
HW 9 (Due April 4)
Q1.
Find the centroid and moment of inertia about the x and y- axes.
Q2.
Determine the centroid and moment of inertia about x- and y- axes.
Q3.
Determine the centroid an