- 4.4.1: Two crates, each of mass 350 kg, are placed as shown in the bed of ...
- 4.4.2: Solve 4.1, assuming that crate D is removed and that the position o...
- 4.4.3: A T-shaped bracket supports the four loads shown. Determine the rea...
- 4.4.4: For the bracket and loading of 4.3, determine the smallest distance...
- 4.4.5: A hand truck is used to move two kegs, each of mass 40 kg. Neglecti...
- 4.4.6: Solve 4.5 when = 40. PROBLEM 4.5 A hand truck is used to move two k...
- 4.4.7: A 3200-lb forklift truck is used to lift a 1700-lb crate. Determine...
- 4.4.8: For the beam and loading shown, determine (a) the reaction at A, (b...
- 4.4.9: For the beam and loading shown, determine the range of the distance...
- 4.4.10: The maximum allowable value of each of the reactions is 180 N. Negl...
- 4.4.11: Three loads are applied as shown to a light beam supported by cable...
- 4.4.12: Three loads are applied as shown to a light beam supported by cable...
- 4.4.13: For the beam of 4.12, determine the range of values of Q for which ...
- 4.4.14: For the beam of Sample 4.2, determine the range of values of P for ...
- 4.4.15: The bracket BCD is hinged at C and attached to a control cable at B...
- 4.4.16: Solve 4.15, assuming that 0.32 m. a = PROBLEM 4.15 The bracket BCD ...
- 4.4.17: The lever BCD is hinged at C and attached to a control rod at B. If...
- 4.4.18: The lever BCD is hinged at C and attached to a control rod at B. De...
- 4.4.19: Two links AB and DE are connected by a bell crank as shown. Knowing...
- 4.4.20: Two links AB and DE are connected by a bell crank as shown. Determi...
- 4.4.21: Determine the reactions at A and C when (a) 0, = (b) 30 . =
- 4.4.22: Determine the reactions at A and B when (a) = 0, (b) = 90, (c) = 30.
- 4.4.23: Determine the reactions at A and B when (a) 0, h = (b) 200 mm. h =
- 4.4.24: A lever AB is hinged at C and attached to a control cable at A. If ...
- 4.4.25: For each of the plates and loadings shown, determine the reactions ...
- 4.4.26: For each of the plates and loadings shown, determine the reactions ...
- 4.4.27: A rod AB hinged at A and attached at B to cable BD supports the loa...
- 4.4.28: A rod AB, hinged at A and attached at B to cable BD, supports the l...
- 4.4.29: A force P of magnitude 90 lb is applied to member ACDE, which is su...
- 4.4.30: Solve 4.29 for a = 6 in. PROBLEM 4.29 A force P of magnitude 90 lb ...
- 4.4.31: Neglecting friction, determine the tension in cable ABD and the rea...
- 4.4.32: Neglecting friction and the radius of the pulley, determine (a) the...
- 4.4.33: Rod ABC is bent in the shape of an arc of circle of radius R. Knowi...
- 4.4.34: Rod ABC is bent in the shape of an arc of circle of radius R. Knowi...
- 4.4.35: A movable bracket is held at rest by a cable attached at C and by f...
- 4.4.36: A light bar AB supports a 15-kg block at its midpoint C. Rollers at...
- 4.4.37: A light bar AD is suspended from a cable BE and supports a 50-lb bl...
- 4.4.38: A light rod AD is supported by frictionless pegs at B and C and res...
- 4.4.39: Bar AD is attached at A and C to collars that can move freely on th...
- 4.4.40: Solve 4.39 if the cord BE is parallel to the rods ( = 30). PROBLEM ...
- 4.4.41: The T-shaped bracket shown is supported by a small wheel at E and p...
- 4.4.42: The T-shaped bracket shown is supported by a small wheel at E and p...
- 4.4.43: Beam AD carries the two 40-lb loads shown. The beam is held by a fi...
- 4.4.44: For the beam and loading shown, determine the range of values of W ...
- 4.4.45: An 8-kg mass can be supported in the three different ways shown. Kn...
- 4.4.46: A tension of 20 N is maintained in a tape as it passes through the ...
- 4.4.47: Solve 4.46, assuming that 15-mm-radius pulleys are used. PROBLEM 4....
- 4.4.48: The rig shown consists of a 1200-lb horizontal member ABC and a ver...
- 4.4.49: For the rig and crate of Prob. 4.48, and assuming that cable is anc...
- 4.4.50: A 6-m telephone pole weighing 1600 N is used to support the ends of...
- 4.4.51: A vertical load P is applied at end B of rod BC. (a) Neglecting the...
- 4.4.52: A vertical load P is applied at end B of rod BC. (a) Neglecting the...
- 4.4.53: A slender rod AB, of weight W, is attached to blocks A and B, which...
- 4.4.54: Rod AB is acted upon by a couple M and two forces, each of magnitud...
- 4.4.55: Solve Sample 4.5, assuming that the spring is unstretched when 90 . =
- 4.4.56: A slender rod AB, of weight W, is attached to blocks A and B that m...
- 4.4.57: A vertical load P is applied at end B of rod BC. The constant of th...
- 4.4.58: A collar B of weight W can move freely along the vertical rod shown...
- 4.4.59: Eight identical 500 750-mm rectangular plates, each of mass 40 kg, ...
- 4.4.60: The bracket ABC can be supported in the eight different ways shown....
- 4.4.61: Determine the reactions at A and B when a = 150 mm.
- 4.4.62: Determine the value of a for which the magnitude of the reaction at...
- 4.4.63: Using the method of Sec. 4.7, solve 4.22b. PROBLEM 4.22 Determine t...
- 4.4.64: A 500-lb cylindrical tank, 8 ft in diameter, is to be raised over a...
- 4.4.65: For the frame and loading shown, determine the reactions at A and C.
- 4.4.66: For the frame and loading shown, determine the reactions at C and D.
- 4.4.67: Determine the reactions at B and D when 60 mm. b=
- 4.4.68: Determine the reactions at B and D when 120 mm. b=
- 4.4.69: A T-shaped bracket supports a 300-N load as shown. Determine the re...
- 4.4.70: A T-shaped bracket supports a 300-N load as shown. Determine the re...
- 4.4.71: A 40-lb roller, of diameter 8 in., which is to be used on a tile fl...
- 4.4.72: One end of rod AB rests in the corner A and the other end is attach...
- 4.4.73: A 50-kg crate is attached to the trolley-beam system shown. Knowing...
- 4.4.74: Solve 4.73, assuming that 3 m. a = PROBLEM 4.73 A 50-kg crate is at...
- 4.4.75: Determine the reactions at A and B when 50. =
- 4.4.76: Determine the reactions at A and B when = 80.
- 4.4.77: Knowing that = 30, determine the reaction (a) at B, (b) at C.
- 4.4.78: Knowing that = 60, determine the reaction (a) at B, (b) at C.
- 4.4.79: Using the method of Section 4.7, solve 4.23. PROBLEM 4.23 Determine...
- 4.4.80: Using the method of Section 4.7, solve 4.24. PROBLEM 4.24 A lever A...
- 4.4.81: Member ABC is supported by a pin and bracket at B and by an inexten...
- 4.4.82: Member ABC is supported by a pin and bracket at B and by an inexten...
- 4.4.83: A thin ring of mass 2 kg and radius r = 140 mm is held against a fr...
- 4.4.84: A uniform rod AB of length 2R rests inside a hemispherical bowl of ...
- 4.4.85: A slender rod BC of length L and weight W is held by two cables as ...
- 4.4.86: A slender rod of length L and weight W is attached to a collar at A...
- 4.4.87: Knowing that for the rod of 4.86, L = 15 in., R = 20 in., and W = 1...
- 4.4.88: Rod AB is bent into the shape of an arc of circle and is lodged bet...
- 4.4.89: A slender rod of length L is attached to collars that can slide fre...
- 4.4.90: An 8-kg slender rod of length L is attached to collars that can sli...
- 4.4.91: A 200-mm lever and a 240-mm-diameter pulley are welded to the axle ...
- 4.4.92: Solve 4.91, assuming that the axle has been rotated clockwise in it...
- 4.4.93: A 4 8-ft sheet of plywood weighing 40 lb has been temporarily propp...
- 4.4.94: Two tape spools are attached to an axle supported by bearings at A ...
- 4.4.95: Two transmission belts pass over a double-sheaved pulley that is at...
- 4.4.96: Solve 4.95, assuming that the pulley rotates at a constant rate and...
- 4.4.97: Two steel pipes AB and BC, each having a mass per unit length of 8 ...
- 4.4.98: For the pipe assembly of 4.97, determine (a) the largest permissibl...
- 4.4.99: The 45-lb square plate shown is supported by three vertical wires. ...
- 4.4.100: The table shown weighs 30 lb and has a diameter of 4 ft. It is supp...
- 4.4.101: An opening in a floor is covered by a 1 1.2-m sheet of plywood of m...
- 4.4.102: Solve 4.101, assuming that the small block C is moved and placed un...
- 4.4.103: The rectangular plate shown weighs 80 lb and is supported by three ...
- 4.4.104: The rectangular plate shown weighs 80 lb and is supported by three ...
- 4.4.105: A 2.4-m boom is held by a ball-and-socket joint at C and by two cab...
- 4.4.106: Solve 4.105, assuming that the 3.6-kN load is applied at Point A. P...
- 4.4.107: A 10-ft boom is acted upon by the 840-lb force shown. Determine the...
- 4.4.108: A 12-m pole supports a horizontal cable CD and is held by a ball an...
- 4.4.109: Solve 4.108, assuming that cable CD forms an angle = 25 with the ve...
- 4.4.110: A 48-in. boom is held by a ball-and-socket joint at C and by two ca...
- 4.4.111: Solve 4.110, assuming that the 320-lb load is applied at A. PROBLEM...
- 4.4.112: A 600-lb crate hangs from a cable that passes over a pulley B and i...
- 4.4.113: A 100-kg uniform rectangular plate is supported in the position sho...
- 4.4.114: Solve 4.113, assuming that cable DCE is replaced by a cable attache...
- 4.4.115: The rectangular plate shown weighs 75 lb and is held in the positio...
- 4.4.116: Solve 4.115, assuming that cable EF is replaced by a cable attached...
- 4.4.117: A 20-kg cover for a roof opening is hinged at corners A and B. The ...
- 4.4.118: The bent rod ABEF is supported by bearings at C and D and by wire A...
- 4.4.119: Solve 4.115, assuming that the hinge at B is removed and that the h...
- 4.4.120: Solve 4.118, assuming that the bearing at D is removed and that the...
- 4.4.121: The assembly shown is welded to collar A that fits on the vertical ...
- 4.4.122: The assembly shown is used to control the tension T in a tape that ...
- 4.4.123: The rigid L-shaped member ABF is supported by a ball-and-socket joi...
- 4.4.124: Solve 4.123, assuming that the load at C has been removed. PROBLEM ...
- 4.4.125: The rigid L-shaped member ABC is supported by a ball-and-socket joi...
- 4.4.126: Solve 4.125, assuming that the 1.8-kN load is applied at C. PROBLEM...
- 4.4.127: The assembly shown consists of an 80-mm rod AF that is welded to a ...
- 4.4.128: The uniform 10-kg rod AB is supported by a ball-and-socket joint at...
- 4.4.129: Three rods are welded together to form a corner that is supported b...
- 4.4.130: Solve 4.129, assuming that the force P is removed and is replaced b...
- 4.4.131: In order to clean the clogged drainpipe AE, a plumber has disconnec...
- 4.4.132: Solve 4.131, assuming that the plumber exerts a force F (48N) = k a...
- 4.4.133: The 50-kg plate ABCD is supported by hinges along edge AB and by wi...
- 4.4.134: Solve 4.133, assuming that wire CE is replaced by a wire connecting...
- 4.4.135: Two rectangular plates are welded together to form the assembly sho...
- 4.4.136: Two 2 4-ft plywood panels, each of weight 12 lb, are nailed togethe...
- 4.4.137: Solve 4.136, subject to the restriction that H must lie on the y-ax...
- 4.4.138: The frame ACD is supported by ball-and-socket joints at A and D and...
- 4.4.139: Solve Prob. 4.138, assuming that cable GBH is replaced by a cable G...
- 4.4.140: The bent rod ABDE is supported by ball-and-socket joints at A and E...
- 4.4.141: Solve 4.140, assuming that cable DF is replaced by a cable connecti...
- 4.4.142: A gardener uses a 60-N wheelbarrow to transport a 250-N bag of fert...
- 4.4.143: The required tension in cable AB is 200 lb. Determine (a) the verti...
- 4.4.144: A lever AB is hinged at C and attached to a control cable at A. If ...
- 4.4.145: A force P of magnitude 280 lb is applied to member ABCD, which is s...
- 4.4.146: Two slots have been cut in plate DEF, and the plate has been placed...
- 4.4.147: Knowing that the tension in wire BD is 1300 N, determine the reacti...
- 4.4.148: The spanner shown is used to rotate a shaft. A pin fits in a hole a...
- 4.4.149: Rod AB is supported by a pin and bracket at A and rests against a f...
- 4.4.150: The 24-lb square plate shown is supported by three vertical wires. ...
- 4.4.151: Frame ABCD is supported by a ball-and-socket joint at A and by thre...
- 4.4.152: The pipe ACDE is supported by ball-and-socket joints at A and E and...
- 4.4.153: A force P is applied to a bent rod ABC, which may be supported in f...
- 4.4.F1 : For the frame and loading shown, draw the free-body diagram needed ...
- 4.4.F2: Neglecting friction, draw the free-body diagram needed to determine...
- 4.4.F3: Bar AC supports two 400-N loads as shown. Rollers at A and C rest a...
- 4.4.F4: Draw the free-body diagram needed to determine the tension in each ...
- 4.4.F5: A 4 8-ft sheet of plywood weighing 34 lb has been temporarily place...
- 4.4.F6: Two transmission belts pass over sheaves welded to an axle supporte...
- 4.4.F7: The 6-m pole ABC is acted upon by a 455-N force as shown. The pole ...

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