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Frames and machines are two common types of structures which are often composed of pin-

connected multi force members (members that are subjected to more than two forces).

Frames are generally stationary and are used to support loads. Machines contain moving parts and are

designed to transmit and alter the effect of forces.

In order to determine the forces acting at the joints and supports of a frame or machine, the structure

must be disassembled and the free-body diagram of its parts must be drawn. Forces common to any

two contacting members act with equal magnitudes but opposite sense on the respective members

(action-reaction law). If the two members are treated as a system of connected members, then these

forces are internal and are not shown on the free-body diagram of the system; however, if the free-

body diagram of each member is drawn, the forces are external and must be shown on each of the

free-body diagrams.

An example for frames: Three pinned Systems:

In the frames on the left, two members of the structure are connected

by a pin at point G and it is supported by two hinges, which are pinned

connections, at points A and B. Note that, these structure members are

not two-force members, because they carry more than two loads, i.e.

support loads and P1 or P2 or can be more.

In these type of

structures, there are

four unknown support

reaction forces, which

are Ax , Ay , Bx , By . In

a plane, only three

equilibrium equations

can be written. In this

type of systems, one

P2 missing equilibrium

P1 equation is written

about point G and is

G called as the pin

condition. So, these

Bx systems are also

Ax statically determinate.

By

First, each part is

Ay II isolated by drawing its

I

outlined shape and all

the forces and/or couple moments acting on the part

P1 Gy P2 are shown. At the common disassembled points, the

pin forces (Gx and Gy) must obey the action-reaction

Gx Gx law. Now, we have free-body diagrams of two

separated parts on which we can write three

Gy equilibrium equations for each, namely totally six.

Bx Especially if we write the moment equilibrium about

I II

Ax point G on any part, which is called the pin

By

condition, this would enable us to find all support

Ay reactions.

If another pinned connection is used to add another

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part to the structure, this will bring one more pin connection to find one more reaction force. Number

of pinned connections in a frame is equal to the number of the additional equilibrium equations that

can be written for the structure.

F 0

M

x

+ 0

F 0

y

G

M 0 z

reactions of the Gerber beam under the

loading shown in the figure.

System: F x 0 Ax 0

GB part:

M G 0 2 2 1 B y 2 0

By 2 N

System:

F x 0 Ax 0

M A 0

33 2

MA 3 2 2 4 By 5 0

2 3

M A 15 Nm

2

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Determine the force the load creates in member DB and

in member FB, which contains the hydraulic cylinder H.

Member GFE:

ME=0 12263+ 2 FFBcos =0 FFB= 1938 N

Fy=0 1226 FFBcos Ey=0 Ey= 613 N

Fx=0 FFBsin + Ex=0 Ex= 613 N

Member EDC:

MC=0 Ex 3+ FBD cos 1 =0 FBD= 2601 N

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components of reaction at A and B. The pin at C

is fixed to member AE and fits through a smooth

slot in member BD.

FBD of pulley:

ME=0 TR 180 R=0 T= 180 N

Fx=0 Ex Tcos 45o =0 Ex= 90√2 N

Fy=0 Ey+Tsin45o180 =0Ey=18090√2N

MB=0 T52 C32=0 C= 300 N

Fx=0 Bx+Ccos 45o+Tcos 45o =0 Bx= 602 N

Fy=0 ByCsin 45oT sin 45o =0 By= 602 N

MA=0 MA +Csin 45o 3 Ey 6 =0

MA = 902 1080 N

Fx=0 Ax Ccos 45o Ex =0

Ax = 602 N

Fy=0 Ay+Csin 45o Ey =0

Ay= 180+602 N

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connected at point C and rests on the ground at

point B. In the equilibrium state shown in the

figure, calculate the reaction force at point B.

Calculate for unit width. Weight density of the

water is

FBD of AB cover:

M C 0

Qsu (3 10/3 3 ) W 1 cos60o R B 3 cos60o 0

(250/ 3 ) (3 10/3 3 ) 100 1 0.5 R B 1.5 0

R B 70.2 kN

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