Chapter 2 Statics of Particles
Chapter 2 Statics of Particles CIVE1150
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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 Equilibrium total force in each direction is zero Where 2 Fx0 sum of forces in x direction 0 and ZFyO Can this particles possibly be equilibrium lt Y gt1 X NO focus on particles does not imply a size and shape of bodies is insigni cant Partices Forces can be considered acting at a point Vector Direction magnitude parallelogram law Force velocity acceleration Scaer agnitude force length Para lel gram K R F Similar Triangle 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 4 Newton39s 2nCI Law Fam and ZFO 5 Newton39s 3rCI Law force of action and reaction between two particles have the same magnitude Triangles b A Resultant of Two Forces 10 3O RPQ Add of Vector39s tip to tail law of cosines law of sines Rotations are not vectors Law of Sin SinA SinB SinC a b c Law of Cosines 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 tempature 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 0 Yes and no because the line could start before the point JI NO
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