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103223 18/20 BS-CE 4.1 Sketch free-body diagram for the memb\ers shown.

P1 Cable 4 12 a b L 7 12 P2

FBD
W

4-4 A 50-lb block is supported by a pin support and a flexible cable, as shown. Draw the freebody diagram for the block.

80 6 10 kips

4.2

13

FBD A
80

FBD

4-5 A cylinder weighing 200 lb is supported on an inclined plane by a cable, as shown. Sketch the free-body diagram.

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4-3 A steel cylinder having a mass of 120 kg is supported by two inclined planes, as shown. Sketch the free-body diagram for the cylinder

FBD @ B

X \\
12 W 12 4 7

103223 18/20 BS-CE 4-6 A weight W is supported by a flexible cable and an inclined bar, as shown. The bar is pinconnected at a vertical wall. Sketch the freebody diagram for the bar. A

Ray Rax and Rb 60 W 30 W


4-9 Calculate the force in cable AB and the angle for the support system shown. A Y FBD B F=100 lb

X Tension W = 200 lb

60 30 FAB W

Fx = 0 Fx =-FAB cos + 100lb FAB =100lb/cos Fy = 0 Fy = FAB sin 200lb

4-7 The ladder shown is supported by a smooth frictionless vertical wall and is pin-connected at point A. The ladder has a length of 16ft and supports a weight W at point C. Assuming the weight of the ladder is acting at its center of gravity, sketch the free-body diagram for the ladder.

0 =100tan 200 x=26.56

W
B

10

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4-10 Calculate the horizontal force F that should be applied to the 100lb weight sown so that the cable AB is inclined at an angle of 30 with the vertical. A

4-12 Calculate the force in each cable for the suspended weight shown. A C

45
B

30

30
W=100lb B F Fx = 0 T= FAB Fx = FBC cos30 FABcos45 Fy = FBc sin30 + FABsin45 W FABsin45 = FABcos45 FBC cos30 = FBc sin30 W W FBC = 500 / (sin 30 cos 30) FBC = -1366.03 lb Fx = 0 \F\x = Tsin - F Fy = Tcos W T=100lb/cos30 T=115.47lb Therefore F=Tsin30 = 57.74lb FBC = 1366.03 down to the left FAB =1673.03 lb 4-13 Three members of a truss intersect at joint B as shown. The forces in the members are concurrent as the joint. Force F1 is horizontal. Determine forces F1 and F2.

30
F

4 5
30Kn

F1

1 1
F2

Fx = F2(1/2) F1 F2 = (2)F1 Fy = 50( 5 /41) F2 (1/2) F2 = 55.22kN Therefore F1 = 39.04Kn

103223 18/20 BS-CE RBY = 12.55 kips-ft 4-14 Four concurrent forces in equilibrium act at point C, a truss joint, as shown. The 15kN force acts vertically. Determine forces F3 and F4. 15kN MB = 5(17) + 14(10) + 6(4) - RAY (20) RAY =12.45

12 2

5kN 4-16 Find the reactions at A and B for the beam shown. The uniformly distributed load of 1 kip/ft includes the weight of the beam.

40
F3 F4

60

2kips

1kips
Fx = 0 Fx = F3cos 40 F4 cos 60 5(12/237)-EQ1 Fy = 0 Fy = F3sin40 + F4sin60 -15 -5(2/237)-EQ2 SOLVING SIMULTANEOUSLY F3 = 183.53kN F4= 83.78Kn A B

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MA = 0 CW + MB = 0 CCW+

10

MA = 1(16)(8) + 1(26)(13) - RBY (26) RBY = 17.92 kips MB = 2(16)(18) + 1(26)(13) - RAY (26) RAY = 35.15kips

4-15 The beam shown carries vertical concentrated loads. Calculate the reaction at each support. Neglect the weight of the beam. 5kips 3 A 7 14kips 6 6kips 4 B

MA = 0 CW + MB = 0 CCW+ MA = 5(3) + 14(10) + 6(16) MA = 251kips-ft - RBY RBY = 251 kips-ft / 20

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4-17 A simply supported beam spans 10 m. The beam supports a single concentrated load of 4kN. How far from the left support should the 4-kN load be placed so that the left reaction is 2.70kN? Neglect the weight of the beam. 4kN

4-20 Calculate the reactions at A and B for the beam shown. Neglect the weight of the beam.

6kips 2 A 4

7kips 5 B 3

8kips

X=? F=2.70kN

X1

B MB = 0 CCW + MA = 0 CW +

MB = 0 CW + MB = 2.70(10) 4(X1) X1 = 6.75 m Therefore 10 6.75 = x = 3.25m from the left support 4-18 The beam show carries vertical loads. Calculate the reaction at each support. Neglect the weight of the beam.

MA = 6(2) + 7(6) - RBY(11) + 8(14) RBY = 15.09 kips MB = 6(9) +7(5) 8(3) - RAY(11) RAY = 5.09 kips

8000lb 3 A 3

w=600lb-ft 12

3500lb 4 2 B

MA = 0 CW + MB = 0 CCW + MA = 8000(3) +600(12)(12) + 3500(22) RBY(24) RBY = 7808.33lb MB = 3500(2) + 600(6)(12) + 8000(21) RAY(24) RAY = 9091.67lb

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4-21 Calculate the reactions at A and B for the beam shown. The weight of the beam is 600N/m. 2kN/m 3kN/m

A 4m 1m

B 3m

MA = 0 CW + MB = 0 CCW + MA = 2(4)(2) +3(3)(6.5) RBY(5) RBY = 14.9 kN MB =-RAY(5) + 2(4)(3) 3(3)(1.5) RAY = 2.1kN