- 8.8.1: Determine whether the block shown is in equilibrium and find the ma...
- 8.8.2: Determine whether the block shown is in equilibrium and find the ma...
- 8.8.3: Determine whether the block shown is in equilibrium and find the ma...
- 8.8.4: Determine whether the block shown is in equilibrium and find the ma...
- 8.8.5: Determine the smallest value of P required to (a) start the block u...
- 8.8.6: Knowing that the coefficient of friction between the 25-kg block an...
- 8.8.7: The 80-lb block is attached to link AB and rests on a moving belt. ...
- 8.8.8: The coefficients of friction between the block and the rail are 0.3...
- 8.8.9: Considering only values of less than 90, determine the smallest val...
- 8.8.10: Determine the range of values of P for which equilibrium of the blo...
- 8.8.11: The 20-lb block A and the 30-lb block B are supported by an incline...
- 8.8.12: The 20-lb block A and the 30-lb block B are supported by an incline...
- 8.8.13: The coefficients of friction are 0.40 s = and 0.30 =k between all s...
- 8.8.14: The coefficients of friction are 0.40 s = and 0.30 =k between all s...
- 8.8.15: A 40-kg packing crate must be moved to the left along the floor wit...
- 8.8.16: A 40-kg packing crate is pulled by a rope as shown. The coefficient...
- 8.8.17: A 120-lb cabinet is mounted on casters that can be locked to preven...
- 8.8.18: A 120-lb cabinet is mounted on casters that can be locked to preven...
- 8.8.19: Wire is being drawn at a constant rate from a spool by applying a v...
- 8.8.20: Solve 8.19 assuming that the coefficients of friction at B are zero...
- 8.8.21: The hydraulic cylinder shown exerts a force of 3 kN directed to the...
- 8.8.22: A couple M of magnitude 100 N m is applied to the drum as shown. De...
- 8.8.23: A slender rod of length L is lodged between peg C and the vertical ...
- 8.8.24: Solve 8.23 assuming that the coefficient of static friction between...
- 8.8.25: A 6.5-m ladder AB leans against a wall as shown. Assuming that the ...
- 8.8.26: A 6.5-m ladder AB leans against a wall as shown. Assuming that the ...
- 8.8.27: The press shown is used to emboss a small seal at E. Knowing that t...
- 8.8.28: The machine base shown has a mass of 75 kg and is fitted with skids...
- 8.8.29: The 50-lb plate ABCD is attached at A and D to collars that can sli...
- 8.8.30: In 8.29, determine the range of values of the magnitude P of the ve...
- 8.8.31: A rod DE and a small cylinder are placed between two guides as show...
- 8.8.32: A 500-N concrete block is to be lifted by the pair of tongs shown. ...
- 8.8.33: The 100-mm-radius cam shown is used to control the motion of the pl...
- 8.8.34: A safety device used by workers climbing ladders fixed to high stru...
- 8.8.35: To be of practical use, the safety sleeve described in 8.34 must be...
- 8.8.36: Two 10-lb blocks A and B are connected by a slender rod of negligib...
- 8.8.37: Bar AB is attached to collars that can slide on the inclined rods s...
- 8.8.38: Two identical uniform boards, each of weight 40 lb, are temporarily...
- 8.8.39: Knowing that the coefficient of static friction between the collar ...
- 8.8.40: Knowing that the coefficient of static friction between the collar ...
- 8.8.41: A 10-ft beam, weighing 1200 lb, is to be moved to the left onto the...
- 8.8.42: (a) Show that the beam of 8.41 cannot be moved if the top surface o...
- 8.8.43: Two 8-kg blocks A and B resting on shelves are connected by a rod o...
- 8.8.44: A slender steel rod of length 225 mm is placed inside a pipe as sho...
- 8.8.45: In 8.44, determine the smallest value of for which the rod will not...
- 8.8.46: Two slender rods of negligible weight are pin-connected at C and at...
- 8.8.47: Two slender rods of negligible weight are pin-connected at C and at...
- 8.8.48: The machine part ABC is supported by a frictionless hinge at B and ...
- 8.8.49: Solve 8.48 assuming that the force P is directed to the right. PROB...
- 8.8.50: The elevation of the end of the steel beam supported by a concrete ...
- 8.8.51: The elevation of the end of the steel beam supported by a concrete ...
- 8.8.52: Two 10 wedges of negligible weight are used to move and position th...
- 8.8.53: Two 10 wedges of negligible weight are used to move and position th...
- 8.8.54: Block A supports a pipe column and rests as shown on wedge B. Knowi...
- 8.8.55: Block A supports a pipe column and rests as shown on wedge B. Knowi...
- 8.8.56: Block A supports a pipe column and rests as shown on wedge B. The c...
- 8.8.57: A wedge A of negligible weight is to be driven between two 100-lb p...
- 8.8.58: A 10 wedge is used to split a section of a log. The coefficient of ...
- 8.8.59: A 10 wedge is to be forced under end B of the 5-kg rod AB. Knowing ...
- 8.8.60: The spring of the door latch has a constant of 1.8 lb/in. and in th...
- 8.8.61: In 8.60, determine the angle that the face of the bolt should form ...
- 8.8.62: A 5 wedge is to be forced under a 1400-lb machine base at A. Knowin...
- 8.8.63: Solve 8.62 assuming that the wedge is to be forced under the machin...
- 8.8.64: A 15 wedge is forced under a 50-kg pipe as shown. The coefficient o...
- 8.8.65: A 15 wedge is forced under a 50-kg pipe as shown. Knowing that the ...
- 8.8.66: A 200-N block rests as shown on a wedge of negligible weight. The c...
- 8.8.67: Solve 8.66 assuming that the rollers are removed and that s is the ...
- 8.8.68: Derive the following formulas relating the load W and the force P e...
- 8.8.69: The square-threaded worm gear shown has a mean radius of 2 in. and ...
- 8.8.70: In 8.69, determine the couple that must be applied to shaft AB in o...
- 8.8.71: High-strength bolts are used in the construction of many steel stru...
- 8.8.72: The position of the automobile jack shown is controlled by a screw ...
- 8.8.73: For the jack of 8.72, determine the magnitude of the couple M that ...
- 8.8.74: In the gear-pulling assembly shown the square-threaded screw AB has...
- 8.8.75: The ends of two fixed rods A and B are each made in the form of a s...
- 8.8.76: Assuming that in 8.75 a right-handed thread is used on both rods A ...
- 8.8.77: A lever of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 30-mm-radius ...
- 8.8.78: A hot-metal ladle and its contents weigh 130 kips. Knowing that the...
- 8.8.79: The double pulley shown is attached to a 10-mm-radius shaft that fi...
- 8.8.80: The double pulley shown is attached to a 10-mm-radius shaft that fi...
- 8.8.81: The double pulley shown is attached to a 10-mm-radius shaft that fi...
- 8.8.82: The double pulley shown is attached to a 10-mm-radius shaft that fi...
- 8.8.83: The block and tackle shown are used to raise a 150-lb load. Each of...
- 8.8.84: The block and tackle shown are used to lower a 150-lb load. Each of...
- 8.8.85: A scooter is to be designed to roll down a 2 percent slope at a con...
- 8.8.86: The link arrangement shown is frequently used in highway bridge con...
- 8.8.87: A lever AB of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 2.5-in.-di...
- 8.8.88: A lever AB of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 2.5-in.-di...
- 8.8.89: A lever AB of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 2.5-in.-di...
- 8.8.90: A lever AB of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 2.5-in.-di...
- 8.8.91: A loaded railroad car has a mass of 30 Mg and is supported by eight...
- 8.8.92: Knowing that a couple of magnitude 30 N m is required to start the ...
- 8.8.93: A 50-lb electric floor polisher is operated on a surface for which ...
- 8.8.94: The frictional resistance of a thrust bearing decreases as the shaf...
- 8.8.95: Assuming that bearings wear out as indicated in 8.94, show that the...
- 8.8.96: Assuming that the pressure between the surfaces of contact is unifo...
- 8.8.97: Solve 8.93 assuming that the normal force per unit area between the...
- 8.8.98: Determine the horizontal force required to move a 2500-lb automobil...
- 8.8.99: Knowing that a 6-in.-diameter disk rolls at a constant velocity dow...
- 8.8.100: A 900-kg machine base is rolled along a concrete floor using a seri...
- 8.8.101: Solve 8.85 including the effect of a coefficient of rolling resista...
- 8.8.102: Solve 8.91 including the effect of a coefficient of rolling resista...
- 8.8.103: A 300-lb block is supported by a rope that is wrapped 1 1 2 times a...
- 8.8.104: A hawser is wrapped two full turns around a bollard. By exerting an...
- 8.8.105: A rope ABCD is looped over two pipes as shown. Knowing that the coe...
- 8.8.106: A rope ABCD is looped over two pipes as shown. Knowing that the coe...
- 8.8.107: Knowing that the coefficient of static friction is 0.25 between the...
- 8.8.108: Knowing that the coefficient of static friction is 0.30 between the...
- 8.8.109: A band brake is used to control the speed of a flywheel as shown. T...
- 8.8.110: The setup shown is used to measure the output of a small turbine. W...
- 8.8.111: The setup shown is used to measure the output of a small turbine. T...
- 8.8.112: A flat belt is used to transmit a couple from drum B to drum A. Kno...
- 8.8.113: A flat belt is used to transmit a couple from pulley A to pulley B....
- 8.8.114: Solve 8.113 assuming that the belt is looped around the pulleys in ...
- 8.8.115: The speed of the brake drum shown is controlled by a belt attached ...
- 8.8.116: The speed of the brake drum shown is controlled by a belt attached ...
- 8.8.117: The speed of the brake drum shown is controlled by a belt attached ...
- 8.8.118: Bucket A and block C are connected by a cable that passes over drum...
- 8.8.119: Solve 8.118 assuming that drum B is frozen and cannot rotate. PROBL...
- 8.8.120: A cable is placed around three parallel pipes. Knowing that the coe...
- 8.8.121: A cable is placed around three parallel pipes. Two of the pipes are...
- 8.8.122: A cable is placed around three parallel pipes. Knowing that the coe...
- 8.8.123: A cable is placed around three parallel pipes. Two of the pipes are...
- 8.8.124: A recording tape passes over the 20-mm-radius drive drum B and unde...
- 8.8.125: Solve 8.124 assuming that the idler drum C is frozen and cannot rot...
- 8.8.126: The strap wrench shown is used to grip the pipe firmly without marr...
- 8.8.127: Solve 8.126 assuming that 75 . = PROBLEM 8.126 The strap wrench sho...
- 8.8.128: The 10-lb bar AE is suspended by a cable that passes over a 5-in.-r...
- 8.8.129: Solve 8.128 assuming that a clockwise couple 0 M is applied to the ...
- 8.8.130: Prove that Eqs. (8.13) and (8.14) are valid for any shape of surfac...
- 8.8.131: Complete the derivation of Eq. (8.15), which relates the tension in...
- 8.8.132: Solve 8.112 assuming that the flat belt and drums are replaced by a...
- 8.8.133: Solve 8.113 assuming that the flat belt and pulleys are replaced by...
- 8.8.134: Determine whether the block shown is in equilibrium and find the ma...
- 8.8.135: Three 4-kg packages A, B, and C are placed on a conveyor belt that ...
- 8.8.136: The cylinder shown is of weight W and radius r. Express in terms W ...
- 8.8.137: End A of a slender, uniform rod of length L and weight W bears on a...
- 8.8.138: A worker slowly moves a 50-kg crate to the left along a loading doc...
- 8.8.139: A window sash weighing 10 lb is normally supported by two 5-lb sash...
- 8.8.140: The slender rod AB of length 600 mm l = is attached to a collar at ...
- 8.8.141: The machine part ABC is supported by a frictionless hinge at B and ...
- 8.8.142: A conical wedge is placed between two horizontal plates that are th...
- 8.8.143: In the machinists vise shown, the movable jaw D is rigidly attached...
- 8.8.144: A lever of negligible weight is loosely fitted onto a 75-mmdiameter...
- 8.8.145: In the pivoted motor mount shown the weight W of the 175-lb motor i...
- 8. 8.F1 : Draw the free-body diagram needed to determine the smallest force P...
- 8. 8.F2: Two blocks A and B are connected by a cable as shown. Knowing that ...
- 8. 8.F3: The cylinder shown is of weight W and radius r, and the coefficient...
- 8. 8.F4: A uniform crate of mass 30 kg must be moved up along the 15 incline...

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