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STATICS REVIEW

250 N

force system shown is:

a. in static equilibrium.

b. equivalent to a 1200 kN force

acting vertically downward and x

intersecting the x-a.xis 1 m to

20 kN 50 N

the right ofO.

c. equivalent to a 1200 kN-m 240 N

counterclockwise couple.

d. equivalent to a 1200 kN-m clockwise couple.

e. equivalent to a single 240 kN force acting vertically downward 5 m to the right

of the origin 0.

z-axis has a magnitude of: F(4i-12j-3 lbs

a. zero. I 3.0.4

b. 160 in-lb.

C. 320 in-lb.

d. 800 in-lb. /

x

e. 480 in-lb.

3. The magnitude. of the moment of the force E (see figure above) about the line Q is:

a. 200 in-lb.

b. 165 in-lb.

c. zero.

d. 1191 in-lb.

e. 128 in-lb.

_______________D

(2)

smooth surfaces as shown. The normal force at

e. 405.6 lb.

a. zero.

b._ 601b.

c._ 1441b.

d. 65 lb.

e. 156 lb.

kilograms as shown. The load carried by member

BE is:

r

A

b. 1770 newtons tensile. C

100 g

d. 180 newtons tensile.

e. 1.77 MN compressive.

7. The load carried by member BD of the pin connected truss (see figure above) is:

a. 981 newtons compressive.

b. 981 newtons tensile.

c. zero.

d. 100 newtons compressive.

e. 981 kN compressive.

(3)

supports a 1000 pound load as shown. The

boom is supported by cables and a ball and z

socket joint at 0. The tensile load carried

by cable AB is: 10

a. 1500 lb.

b. 1800 lb.

5.)

/

c._ 6671b. or 6 4 25

d. 1200 lb.

1000 lb

e. 1000 lb.

00 N/rn

statically equivalent to a single

downward load of:

400 N/rn

a._ 1.2kNat4mtotherightof

b.

A.

3.6 kN at 3.4 m to the right of A

ULLflflfl

A.

3m 3m

c._ 3.6kNat3.8mtotherightof

A.

d._ 3.OkNat3.6mtotherightofA.

e._ 3.OkNat3.4mtotherightofA.

10. The pm connected A frame carries a vertical load of 1000 1000 I_B

pounds as shown. Member BD must carry a load of:

C

a. 400 lb. in tension.

b. 400 lb. in compression.

c. no load (it is a zero force member).

d. 500 lb. in tension.

L \J

.

(4)

11. The 500 newton crate is initially at rest and the 200 N

200 newton force is then applied. The coefficient \

of friction is 0.2 between the crate and the floor.

After the 200 N load is applied: (Assume the

block can not tip). 5 N

a. the crate will slide to the right.

d. the frictional force will be 120 N.

e. the frictional force will be 140 N.

coefficient of friction shown. A flexible cord /

80 LB .0 3

connects the two weights. The maximum

2

weight that can be supported without

upsetting the equilibrium of the system is:

a. 25.6 pounds. v

b. 10.0 pounds

c. 16.0 pounds.

d. 20.8 pounds.

e. 111.1 pounds.

foot of width is:

a. 62.4 lb/ft. -r- -----

CONCRETE

b. 1872 lb/ft.

-J WATER

c. 936 lb/ft. L:_

7.62 4L9/FT

3

d._ 28,O8Olb/ft.

e. 56,160 lb/ft. -

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Ans: 1-d, 2-b, 3-e, 4-c, 5-cl, 6-a, 7-c, 8-b, 9-e, 10-a, 11-cl, 12-a, 13-cl

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