Statics: Week 3 Notes
Statics: Week 3 Notes AME 2113
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Date Created: 09/11/15
AME 2113 Statics Fall 2015 Dr Hekiri Week 3 September 711 Topics Covered Lecture Equations of Particles ForceBody Diagrams and Coplaner Force Systems 0 ForceBody Diagrams o Coplanar Forces 0 Equations of Equilibrium 0 Types of Connection 0 Springs 0 Cables and Pulleys 0 Smooth Contact Applicable Pages in Hibbeler chpt 3 Notes ForceBody Diagrams 1 isolate a quotparticlequot a Particle piece of system which you wish to analyze 2 Show all forces acting on the particle a Active force acts to move particle ie gravity b Reactive force acts to resist particle s motion Le a force opposing gravity Coplanar Force systems all forces acting on a particle exist in the same 2dimensional plane This simplifies the component analysis to a 2component system making calculations easier Equations of Equilibrium equations which are applicable specifically when a system is in equilibrium no acceleration of any components 0 2F 2 O o For coplanar systems 2D zezinszjO zezinszjzkaO o For 3D systems Common Types of Connections Springs Fsprmg kl lo 0 Fsprmg force acting on the spring o I length of spring 0 0 unstressed length of spring resting length 0 k elasticity aka spring constant or stiffness AME 2113 Statics Fall 2015 Dr Hekiri Week 3 September 711 Cables and Pulleys o In frictionless pulleys tension is always equal on each side of the wheel Smooth Contact 0 Surface exerts a normal force force perpendicular to the plane of the surface
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