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# The uniform rod with center of mass at G is supported by the pegs A and B, which are fi

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Problem 6/37

The uniform rod with center of mass at G is supported by the pegs A and B, which are fi xed in the wheel. If the coeffi cient of friction between the rod and pegs is , determine the angle through which the wheel may be slowly turned about its horizontal axis through O, starting from the position shown, before the rod begins to slip. Neglect the diameter of the rod compared with the other dimensions.

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