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A 15 wedge is forced under a 50-kg pipe as shown. The coefficient of static friction at

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Problem 8.64

A 15 wedge is forced under a 50-kg pipe as shown. The coefficient of static friction at all surfaces is 0.20. (a) Show that slipping will occur between the pipe and the vertical wall. (b) Determine the force P required to move the wedge.

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Author: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek
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A 15 wedge is forced under a 50-kg pipe as shown. The coefficient of static friction at