Statics first exam
Statics first exam CIVE1150
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Date Created: 09/14/15
Chapter 2 Statics of Particles Forces acting on a particles center of gravity or quotcentroid of rigid bodyquot Force 1 Resultant n Force 2 F2 repacing multiple forces acting on a particle with single equivalent or resultant R force reations between forces acting on particles that is in a state of equilibrium One of the fundamental idea Where 2 Fx0 sum of forces in x direction 0 and ZFyO Can this particles possibly be equilibrium lt 7 gt1 X NO focus on particles does not imply a size and shape of bodies is insigni cant Forces can be considered acting at a point Direction magnitude parallelogram law Force velocity acceleration agnitude force length R R F F K H H7 510 10H 35 lt H35 5 Fundamental Principles 1 Parallelogram Law 2 Principle of Transmissibility 3 Newton39s 1St Law what starts at rest remains at rest or an object continues moving in a straight line Newton39s 2nCI Law Fam and ZFO Newton39s 3rCI Law force of action and reaction between two particles have the same magnitude P1P Triangles b A c a B IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 10 RPQ Add of Vector39s tip to tail law of cosines law of sines Rotations are not vectors C IIIIIII SinA SinB SinC a b c IIIIIIIIII a b2c22ab cosA b a2c22ac cosB C a2b22ab cosC Force action of one body on another characterized by point of application magnitude line of action and size 10cos30 87 N Vector Magnitude and direction Scalar Magnitude Ex mass volume and temperature Vector Class A Fixed B Free C Sliding Rotations have direction and magnitude but do not obey parallelogram laws Concurrent forces pass through the same point Yes and no No because the line could start before the point LI Yes Chapter 2 Week 2 Statics 4 5 6 3 12 3 A force of 100N between points 1 2 3 and 4 5 6 Distance xaxis x2x1 41 3 units i Yaxis y2y1 52 3 units j zaxis 2221 63 3 units 2 Total Distance dix2y2z2i323232 77 distance E x direction x 3 100 F F 100 N X total distance m 3 3 100 100 Fy t 27 N 3 100 100 Iz t 27 t3 100 100 100 W WquotWquot F m 4 Direction of Cosme Fx Fcosex 40000365408 3 RZF R Fx2 Fy2 F22 cosxeRle Ex 2 3 4 l N 11 2 N 05 6 7 100 200 X 21 1 X 51 4 Y 31 2 y 61 5 Z 41 3 Z 71 6 d122232 d425262 i i Fx IOO m Fx 200 L i Fy IOO m Fy 200 m i L 11100 Fz 200 F 267i535j802k F912i1140j1368k R ll79i l675j 217k R11792167522172 2983 9xcos1 667 2983 9 2003 1 558 y 2983 95005 1 E 433 2983
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