Support reaction at A = Axial force = 1250 lb
Tension in BC = 652.4 lb
Tension in BD = 706.3 lb
PROBLEM 4: (30 POINTS) A 1,000 lb. WEIGHT IS HUNG FROM THE END OF A PIPE...
Q. 4 The pipe assembly supports the vertical load shown. If the load has a weight of 200 lb. Joint A is a ball-and-socket support. Determine the tension in cables FE, CD and CD for equilibrium. (2 points) 2 ft 4 ft 21 D 3 ft B E 2 ft 2 ft 2 ft
How to solve? The uniform steel boom in Fig. 4-22a weighs 500 lb. It is supported by two cables CE and CD, and a ball-and-socket joint at A. The cable supporting the 1000-lb load passes over a small pulley at B. Find the tension in cable CE and in cabl-e CD 4 ft 12 ft 12 ft 6 ft ft 18 ft rted by cables .r The uniform steel boom in Fig. 4-22a weighs 500 lb. It is supported by...
Instead of solving for a = 5 can you please solve for a = 4 Name 1. (10 points) The 6-m pole ABC is acted upon by a 455-N force as shown. The pole is held by a ball-and-socket joint at A and by two cables BD and BE. For a-5 m, determine the tension in each cable and the reaction at A. 45 N 15m 15a Name 1. (10 points) The 6-m pole ABC is acted upon by a...
Check my work 4 Problem 04.105 - Boom support 1 points A 10-ft boom is acted upon by the 820-lb force shown in the figure. Determine the tension in each cable and the reaction at the ball-and-socket joint at A. (Round the final answer to one decimal place.) eBook 6 ft Hint E Print 6 ft References D B 7 ft 6 ft C 4 ft w The tension in cable BD is The tension in cable BE is The...
5.23? 13-525 Probles aring de of 1.2m 12 m o, 1.8 m W = 80(9.81 ) 784.8 N FBD Figure P5.23 The homogeneous 80-kg sign is suspended from a ball-and-socket joint at 0, and cables AD and BC. Determine the forces in the cables 4 The bar ABCis supported by a ball-and-socket at A and a slider bearing etermine the magnitude of the bearing reaction at C. Neglect the weight of the bar.
A block hangs from the end of bar AB that is 7.50 meters long and connected to the wall in the zz plane. The bar is supported at end A by a ball joint such that it carries only a compressive force along its axis. The bar is supported in equilibrium at end B by cables BD and BC that connect to the zz plane at points C and D respectively with coordinates given in the figure. The z components...
Solve ay four ME 246 Q.i A container of weight W - 1165 N is supported by threecables 530 mm as shown. Determine the tension in each cable. 600 mm The uniforma steel boom in Fit 22a weighs soo ib. It is supported by two cabks CE uai CD. and a ball-and socket joint at A. The cable supporting the 1000-6 dasses over a small pulley at B. Find the tension in cable CE and in cable 1 4 rt...
Part A-Finding the tension in cable AC A weight of 175 lb acts at C on the strut. Find the magnitude of the tension in cable AC. Learning Goal: Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units. To apply the condition of equilibrium to three- dimensional systems and solve for unknown forces. View Available Hint(s) As shown, a mass is being lifted by a strut that is supported by two cables AC and CD. The dimensions...
Three-Dimensional Force Systems cable AC Part A Finding the tension Learning Goal: weight of 115 lb acts at C on the strut. Find the magnitude of the tension in cable AC To apply the condition of equilibrium to three-dimensional systems and solve for unknown forces. Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units. View Available Hint(s) As shown, a mass is being lifted by a strut that is supported by two cables AC and CD. The...
Problem A uniform plate weighing 100 lb is supported by a ball-and-socket joint at O, a fixture providing only vertical reaction at A, a wire EF, and a spring of constant k at C. If the unstretched length of the spring is 6in, what should the spring constant be, so that equilibrium is maintained in the configuration shown? (Note: Force in the spring k (stretched length - unstretched length). 16 .4 B 16" 18 y 18" 24 10