- 6.6.1: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.2: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.3: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.4: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.5: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.6: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.7: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.8: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.9: Determine the force in each member of the Gambrel roof truss shown....
- 6.6.10: Determine the force in each member of the Howe roof truss shown. St...
- 6.6.11: Determine the force in each member of the Pratt roof truss shown. S...
- 6.6.12: Determine the force in each member of the Fink roof truss shown. St...
- 6.6.13: Determine the force in each member of the double-pitch roof truss s...
- 6.6.14: The truss shown is one of several supporting an advertising panel. ...
- 6.6.15: Determine the force in each of the members located to the left of l...
- 6.6.16: Determine the force in member FG and in each of the members located...
- 6.6.17: Determine the force in each of the members located to the left of F...
- 6.6.18: Determine the force in member FG and in each of the members located...
- 6.6.19: Determine the force in each member of the Warren bridge truss shown...
- 6.6.20: Solve Prob. 6.19 assuming that the load applied at E has been removed.
- 6.6.21: Determine the force in each member of the Pratt bridge truss shown....
- 6.6.22: Solve Prob. 6.21 assuming that the load applied at G has been removed.
- 6.6.23: The portion of truss shown represents the upper part of a power tra...
- 6.6.24: For the tower and loading of Prob. 6.23 and knowing that FCH 5 FEJ ...
- 6.6.25: Solve Prob. 6.23 assuming that the cables hanging from the right si...
- 6.6.26: Determine the force in each of the members connecting joints A thro...
- 6.6.27: Determine the force in each member of the truss shown. State whethe...
- 6.6.28: Determine the force in each member of the truss shown. State whethe...
- 6.6.29: Determine whether the trusses of Probs. 6.31a, 6.32a, and 6.33a are...
- 6.6.30: Determine whether the trusses of Probs. 6.31b, 6.32b, and 6.33b are...
- 6.6.31: For the given loading, determine the zero-force members in each of ...
- 6.6.32: For the given loading, determine the zero-force members in each of ...
- 6.6.33: For the given loading, determine the zero-force members in each of ...
- 6.6.34: Determine the zero-force members in the truss of (a) Prob. 6.26, (b...
- 6.6.35: The truss shown consists of six members and is supported by a short...
- 6.6.36: The truss shown consists of six members and is supported by a ball ...
- 6.6.37: The truss shown consists of six members and is supported by a ball ...
- 6.6.38: The truss shown consists of nine members and is supported by a ball...
- 6.6.39: The truss shown consists of nine members and is supported by a ball...
- 6.6.40: Solve Prob. 6.39 for P 5 0 and Q 5 (2900 N)k.
- 6.6.41: The truss shown consists of 18 members and is supported by a ball a...
- 6.6.42: The truss shown consists of 18 members and is supported by a ball a...
- 6.6.43: Determine the force in members CD and DF of the truss shown.
- 6.6.44: Determine the force in members FG and FH of the truss shown.
- 6.6.45: A Warren bridge truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force in me...
- 6.6.46: A Warren bridge truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force in me...
- 6.6.47: Determine the force in members DF, EF, and EG of the truss shown.
- 6.6.48: Determine the force in members GI, GJ, and HI of the truss shown.
- 6.6.49: Determine the force in members AD, CD, and CE of the truss shown.
- 6.6.50: Determine the force in members DG, FG, and FH of the truss shown.
- 6.6.51: A stadium roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force in mem...
- 6.6.52: A stadium roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force in mem...
- 6.6.53: Determine the force in members CD and DF of the truss shown.
- 6.6.54: Determine the force in members CE and EF of the truss shown.
- 6.6.55: The truss shown was designed to support the roof of a food market. ...
- 6.6.56: The truss shown was designed to support the roof of a food market. ...
- 6.6.57: A Polynesian, or duopitch, roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine...
- 6.6.58: A Polynesian, or duopitch, roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine...
- 6.6.59: Determine the force in members DE and DF of the truss shown when P ...
- 6.6.60: Determine the force in members EG and EF of the truss shown when P ...
- 6.6.61: Determine the force in members EH and GI of the truss shown. (Hint:...
- 6.6.62: Determine the force in members HJ and IL of the truss shown. (Hint:...
- 6.6.63: Determine the force in members DG and FI of the truss shown. (Hint:...
- 6.6.64: Determine the force in members GJ and IK of the truss shown. (Hint:...
- 6.6.65: The diagonal members in the center panels of the truss shown are ve...
- 6.6.66: The diagonal members in the center panels of the truss shown are ve...
- 6.6.67: The diagonal members in the center panels of the power transmission...
- 6.6.68: The diagonal members in the center panels of the power transmission...
- 6.6.69: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.70: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.71: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.72: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.73: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.74: Classify each of the structures shown as completely, partially, or ...
- 6.6.75: Determine the force in member BD and the component of the reaction ...
- 6.6.76: Determine the force in member BD and the component of the reaction ...
- 6.6.77: Determine the components of all forces acting on member ABCD of the...
- 6.6.78: Determine the components of all forces acting on member ABD of the ...
- 6.6.79: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.80: Solve Prob. 6.79 assuming that the 20-kip load is replaced by a clo...
- 6.6.81: Determine the components of all forces acting on member ABCD when u...
- 6.6.82: Determine the components of all forces acting on member ABCD when u...
- 6.6.83: Determine the components of the reactions at A and E if a 750-N for...
- 6.6.84: Determine the components of the reactions at A and E if a 750-N for...
- 6.6.85: Determine the components of the reactions at A and E if the frame i...
- 6.6.86: Determine the components of the reactions at A and E if the frame i...
- 6.6.87: Determine all the forces exerted on member AI if the frame is loade...
- 6.6.88: Determine all the forces exerted on member AI if the frame is loade...
- 6.6.89: Determine the components of the reactions at A and B, (a) if the 10...
- 6.6.90: (a) Show that when a frame supports a pulley at A, an equivalent lo...
- 6.6.91: A 3-ft-diameter pipe is supported every 16 ft by a small frame like...
- 6.6.92: Solve Prob. 6.91 for a frame where h 6 ft.
- 6.6.93: Knowing that the pulley has a radius of 0.5 m, determine the compon...
- 6.6.94: Knowing that the pulley has a radius of 50 mm, determine the compon...
- 6.6.95: A trailer weighing 2400 lb is attached to a 2900-lb pickup truck by...
- 6.6.96: In order to obtain a better weight distribution over the four wheel...
- 6.6.97: The cab and motor units of the front-end loader shown are con- nect...
- 6.6.98: Solve Prob. 6.97 assuming that the 75-kN load has been removed.
- 6.6.99: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.100: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.101: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.102: Solve Prob. 6.101 assuming that the 360-lb load has been removed.
- 6.6.103: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of the fo...
- 6.6.104: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of the fo...
- 6.6.105: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.106: Solve Prob. 6.105 assuming that the 3-kN load has been removed.
- 6.6.107: Determine the reaction at F and the force in members AE and BD.
- 6.6.108: For the frame and loading shown, determine the reactions at A, B, D...
- 6.6.109: The axis of the three-hinge arch ABC is a parabola with vertex at B...
- 6.6.110: The axis of the three-hinge arch ABC is a parabola with vertex at B...
- 6.6.111: Members ABC and CDE are pin-connected at C and supported by four li...
- 6.6.112: Members ABC and CDE are pin-connected at C and supported by four li...
- 6.6.113: Members ABC and CDE are pin-connected at C and supported by four li...
- 6.6.114: Members ABC and CDE are pin-connected at C and supported by the fou...
- 6.6.115: Solve Prob. 6.112 assuming that the force P is replaced by a clockw...
- 6.6.116: Solve Prob. 6.114 assuming that the force P is replaced by a clockw...
- 6.6.117: Four beams, each of length 3a, are held together by single nails at...
- 6.6.118: Four beams, each of length 2a, are nailed together at their midpoin...
- 6.6.119: Each of the frames shown consists of two L-shaped members connected...
- 6.6.120: Each of the frames shown consists of two L-shaped members connected...
- 6.6.121: Each of the frames shown consists of two L-shaped members connected...
- 6.6.122: The shear shown is used to cut and trim electronic-circuit-board la...
- 6.6.123: The press shown is used to emboss a small seal at E. Knowing that P...
- 6.6.124: The press shown is used to emboss a small seal at E. Knowing that t...
- 6.6.125: Water pressure in the supply system exerts a downward force of 135 ...
- 6.6.126: An 84-lb force is applied to the toggle vise at C. Knowing that u 5...
- 6.6.127: Solve Prob. 6.126 when u 5 0.
- 6.6.128: For the system and loading shown, determine (a) the force P require...
- 6.6.129: The Whitworth mechanism shown is used to produce a quickreturn moti...
- 6.6.130: Solve Prob. 6.129 when (a) a 5 60, (b) a 5 90.
- 6.6.131: A couple M of magnitude 1.5 kN m is applied to the crank of the eng...
- 6.6.132: A force P of magnitude 16 kN is applied to the piston of the engine...
- 6.6.133: The pin at B is attached to member ABC and can slide freely along t...
- 6.6.134: The pin at B is attached to member ABC and can slide freely along t...
- 6.6.135: Rod CD is attached to the collar D and passes through a collar weld...
- 6.6.136: Rod CD is attached to the collar D and passes through a collar weld...
- 6.6.137: Two rods are connected by a frictionless collar B. Knowing that the...
- 6.6.138: Two rods are connected by a frictionless collar B. Knowing that the...
- 6.6.139: Two hydraulic cylinders control the position of the robotic arm ABC...
- 6.6.140: Two hydraulic cylinders control the position of the robotic arm ABC...
- 6.6.141: The tongs shown are used to apply a total upward force of 45 kN on ...
- 6.6.142: If the toggle shown is added to the tongs of Prob. 6.141 and a sing...
- 6.6.143: A small barrel weighing 60 lb is lifted by a pair of tongs as shown...
- 6.6.144: A 39-ft length of railroad rail of weight 44 lb/ft is lifted by the...
- 6.6.145: Determine the magnitude of the gripping forces produced when two 30...
- 6.6.146: The compound-lever pruning shears shown can be adjusted by placing ...
- 6.6.147: The pliers shown are used to grip a 0.3-in.-diameter rod. Knowing t...
- 6.6.148: In using the bolt cutter shown, a worker applies two 300-N forces t...
- 6.6.149: The specialized plumbing wrench shown is used in confined areas (e....
- 6.6.150: Determine the force P that must be applied to the toggle CDE to mai...
- 6.6.151: Determine the force P that must be applied to the toggle CDE to mai...
- 6.6.152: A 45-lb shelf is held horizontally by a self-locking brace that con...
- 6.6.153: The telescoping arm ABC is used to provide an elevated platform for...
- 6.6.154: The telescoping arm ABC of Prob. 6.153 can be lowered until end C i...
- 6.6.155: The bucket of the front-end loader shown carries a 3200-lb load. Th...
- 6.6.156: The motion of the bucket of the front-end loader shown is controlle...
- 6.6.157: The motion of the backhoe bucket shown is controlled by the hydraul...
- 6.6.158: Solve Prob. 6.157 assuming that the 2-kip force P acts horizontally...
- 6.6.159: In the planetary gear system shown, the radius of the central gear ...
- 6.6.160: The gears D and G are rigidly attached to shafts that are held by f...
- 6.6.161: Two shafts AC and CF, which lie in the vertical xy plane, are conne...
- 6.6.162: Solve Prob. 6.161 assuming that the arm of the crosspiece attached ...
- 6.6.163: The large mechanical tongs shown are used to grab and lift a thick ...
- 6.6.164: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.165: Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of t...
- 6.6.166: A Howe scissors roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force ...
- 6.6.167: A Howe scissors roof truss is loaded as shown. Determine the force ...
- 6.6.168: Rod CD is fitted with a collar at D that can be moved along rod AB,...
- 6.6.169: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of all fo...
- 6.6.170: Knowing that each pulley has a radius of 250 mm, determine the comp...
- 6.6.171: For the frame and loading shown, determine the components of the fo...
- 6.6.172: For the frame and loading shown, determine (a) the reaction at C, (...
- 6.6.173: The control rod CE passes through a horizontal hole in the body of ...
- 6.6.174: Determine the magnitude of the gripping forces exerted along line R...
- 6.6.175: Knowing that the frame shown has a sag at B of a 1 in., determine t...

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