Members ABC, DFC, and FEBG are connected in the assembly shown in Figure 2 to a 0.5 m radius pulley and a 0.1 m radius pulley, respectively. Finally,...
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Members ABC, DFC, and FEBG are connected in the assembly shown in Figure 2 to a 0.5 m radius pulley and a 0.1 m radius pulley, respectively. A 250 kN weight is attached to a cable that passes over the 0.5 m radius pulley at C and is attached back to the frame at point G. A 150 kN weight is attached to a cable that passes over the 0.1 m radius pulley at E and is attached back to the wall by the cable support H. Finally, a counterclockwise couple of 150 kN.m and a distributed load from A (100 kN/m) to B (0 kN/m) are also applied to the structure. Please do the following: 1. Determine the reaction forces at supports A (pin), D (roller) and H. 3 m 3 mi 100 kN/m 150 kN.m G Radius = 0.5 A Radius = 0.1 m H E 1.25 m 4.5 m 250 KN F D 150 KN

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