- 4.4.1: Two external shafts of a gearbox carry torques as shown. Determine ...
- 4.4.2: A 2800-kg forklift truck is used to lift a 1500-kg crate. Determine...
- 4.4.3: A gardener uses a 12-lb wheelbarrow to transport a 50-lb bag of fer...
- 4.4.4: A load of lumber of weight W 5 25 kN is being raised as shown by a ...
- 4.4.5: Three loads are applied as shown to a light beam supported by cable...
- 4.4.6: Three loads are applied as shown to a light beam supported by cable...
- 4.4.7: The 10-ft beam AB rests upon, but is not attached, to supports at C...
- 4.4.8: For the beam of Sample Prob. 4.2, determine the range of values of ...
- 4.4.9: The 40-ft boom AB weighs 2 kips; the distance from the axle A to th...
- 4.4.10: The ladder AB, of length L and weight W, can be raised by the cable...
- 4.4.11: Neglecting the radius of the pulley, determine the tension in cable...
- 4.4.12: The lever AB is hinged at C and attached to a control cable at A. I...
- 4.4.13: Determine the reactions at A and B when a 5 608.
- 4.4.14: The required tension in cable AB is 300 lb. Determine (a) the verti...
- 4.4.15: Determine the maximum tension that can be developed in cable AB if ...
- 4.4.16: A truss may be supported in three different ways as shown. In each ...
- 4.4.17: A light bar AD is suspended from a cable BE and supports a 20-kg bl...
- 4.4.18: A light rod, supported by rollers at B, C, and D, is subjected to a...
- 4.4.19: A 160-lb overhead garage door consists of a uniform rectangular pan...
- 4.4.20: In Prob. 4.19, determine the distance BD for which the tension in c...
- 4.4.21: A 150-kg telephone pole is used to support the ends of two wires as...
- 4.4.22: The rig shown consists of a 1200-lb horizontal member ABC and a ver...
- 4.4.23: For the rig and crate of Prob. 4.22, and assuming that the cable is...
- 4.4.24: A traffic-signal pole may be supported in the three ways shown; in ...
- 4.4.25: A truss may be supported in eight different ways as shown. All conn...
- 4.4.26: Nine identical rectangular plates, 500 3 750 mm, and each of mass m...
- 4.4.27: Determine the reactions at B and C when a 5 30 mm.
- 4.4.28: The spanner shown is used to rotate a shaft. A pin fits in a hole a...
- 4.4.29: A 10-ft wooden beam weighing 120 lb is supported by a pin and brack...
- 4.4.30: A T-shaped bracket supports a 300-N load as shown. Determine the re...
- 4.4.31: One end of a rod AB rests in the corner A, and the other is attache...
- 4.4.32: Using the method of Sec. 4.7, solve Prob. 4.12.
- 4.4.33: Using the method of Sec. 4.7, solve Prob. 4.13.
- 4.4.34: Using the method of Sec. 4.7, solve Prob. 4.14.
- 4.4.35: Using the method of Sec. 4.7, solve Prob. 4.15.
- 4.4.36: Determine the reactions at A and E when a 5 0.
- 4.4.37: Determine (a) the value of a for which the reaction at A is vertica...
- 4.4.38: Determine the reactions at A and B when a 5 90.
- 4.4.39: Determine the reactions at A and B when a 5 30.
- 4.4.40: A slender rod BC of length L and weight W is held by two cables as ...
- 4.4.41: A slender rod AB of length L and weight W is attached to a collar a...
- 4.4.42: Determine the reactions at A and B when a 5 7.5 in.
- 4.4.43: Determine the value of a for which the magnitude of the reaction B ...
- 4.4.44: Rod AB is supported by a pin and bracket at A and rests against a f...
- 4.4.45: Solve Prob. 4.44 assuming that the 170-N force applied at B is hori...
- 4.4.46: A uniform plate girder weighing 6000 lb is held in a horizontal pos...
- 4.4.47: A 12-ft ladder, weighing 40 lb, leans against a frictionless vertic...
- 4.4.48: A 225-N sign is supported by a pin and bracket at A and by a cable ...
- 4.4.49: The L-shaped member ACB is supported by a pin and bracket at C and ...
- 4.4.50: For the L-shaped member of Prob. 4.49, (a) express the tension T in...
- 4.4.51: Two transmission belts pass over a double-sheaved pulley that is at...
- 4.4.52: Solve Prob. 4.51, assuming that the pulley rotates at a constant ra...
- 4.4.53: A 4 3 8 ft sheet of plywood weighing 40 lb has been temporarily pro...
- 4.4.54: A small wrench is used to raise a 120-lb load. Find (a) the magnitu...
- 4.4.55: A 200-mm lever and a 240-mm-diameter pulley are welded to the axle ...
- 4.4.56: Solve Prob. 4.55 assuming that the axle has been rotated clockwise ...
- 4.4.57: The rectangular plate shown weighs 80 lb and is supported by three ...
- 4.4.58: A load W is to be placed on the 80-lb plate of Prob. 4.57. Determin...
- 4.4.59: The 20-kg square plate is supported by the three wires shown. Deter...
- 4.4.60: Determine the mass and location of the smallest block that should b...
- 4.4.61: The 12-ft boom AB is acted upon by the 850-lb force shown. Determin...
- 4.4.62: Solve Prob. 4.61 assuming that the 850-lb load is applied at point B.
- 4.4.63: A 7-ft boom is held by a ball and socket at A and by two cables EBF...
- 4.4.64: A 300-kg crate hangs from a cable that passes over a pulley B and i...
- 4.4.65: The horizontal platform ABCD weighs 60 lb and supports a 240-lb loa...
- 4.4.66: A 1.2 3 2.4-m sheet of plywood is temporarily held by nails at D an...
- 4.4.67: A 3 3 4-ft plate weighs 150 lb and is supported by hinges at A and ...
- 4.4.68: The lid of a roof scuttle weighs 75 lb. It is hinged at corners A a...
- 4.4.69: A 10-kg storm window measuring 900 3 1500 mm is held by hinges at A...
- 4.4.70: A 20-kg door is made self-closing by hanging a 15-kg counterweight ...
- 4.4.71: Solve Prob. 4.65 assuming that the hinge at A has been removed and ...
- 4.4.72: Solve Prob. 4.69 assuming that the hinge at A has been removed.
- 4.4.73: The rigid L-shaped member ABC is supported by a ball and socket at ...
- 4.4.74: Three rods are welded together to form the corner shown. The corner...
- 4.4.75: The coefficients of friction between the block and the incline are ...
- 4.4.76: Solve Prob. 4.75 when u 5 30 and P 5 150 N.
- 4.4.77: The coefficients of friction between the 50-lb block and the inclin...
- 4.4.78: Solve Prob. 4.77 assuming that P 5 80 lb.
- 4.4.79: A support block is acted upon by the two forces shown. Determine th...
- 4.4.80: Determine the smallest magnitude of the force P that will prevent t...
- 4.4.81: Denoting by fs the angle of static friction between the block and t...
- 4.4.82: A block of mass m 5 20 kg rests on a rough plane as shown. Knowing ...
- 4.4.83: The coefficients of friction between the block and the rail are ms ...
- 4.4.84: The coefficients of friction between the block and the rail are ms ...
- 4.4.85: A 60-kg cabinet is mounted on casters that can be locked to prevent...
- 4.4.86: A 60-kg cabinet is mounted on casters that can be locked to prevent...
- 4.4.87: A packing crate of mass 40 kg must be moved to the left along the f...
- 4.4.88: A packing crate of mass 40 kg is pulled by a rope as shown. The coe...
- 4.4.89: A 180-lb sliding door is mounted on a horizontal rail as shown. The...
- 4.4.90: Solve Prob. 4.89 assuming that the door is to be moved to the right.
- 4.4.91: The 10-lb uniform rod AB is held in the position shown by the force...
- 4.4.92: In Prob. 4.91, determine the largest value of P for which equilibri...
- 4.4.93: The end A of a slender, uniform rod of length L and weight W bears ...
- 4.4.94: Determine whether the rod of Prob. 4.93 is in equilibrium when u 5 ...
- 4.4.95: A slender rod of length L is lodged between peg C and the vertical ...
- 4.4.96: Solve Prob. 4.95 assuming that L 5 6a, u 5 30, and that the coeffic...
- 4.4.97: Find the magnitude of the largest couple M that can be applied to t...
- 4.4.98: The cylinder has a weight W and a radius r. Express in terms of W a...
- 4.4.99: The maximum allowable value for each of the reactions is 150 kN, an...
- 4.4.100: Determine the reactions at A and B for the loading shown.
- 4.4.101: The light bar AD is attached to collars B and C that can move freel...
- 4.4.102: A movable bracket is held at rest by a cable attached at C and by f...
- 4.4.103: The 300-lb beam AB carries a 500-lb load at B. The beam is held by ...
- 4.4.104: A 100-kg roller, of diameter 500 mm, is used on a lawn. Determine t...
- 4.4.105: The overhead transmission shaft AE is driven at a constant speed by...
- 4.4.106: A vertical load P is applied at end B of rod BC. The constant of th...
- 4.4.107: A force P is applied to a bent rod AD that may be supported in four...
- 4.4.108: A 500-lb marquee, 8 3 10 ft, is held in a horizontal position by tw...
- 4.4.109: The 10-kg block is attached to link AB and rests on a conveyor belt...
- 4.4.110: A 10-ft uniform plank of weight 45 lb rests on two joists as shown....

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