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3 Solution R ¼ þ8 þ 12 À 10 ¼ 10 N Therefore, three given forces may be replaced by a single force of 10 N in the positive direction (upward). Notice that the resultant of two collinear forces, for horizontal or vertical directions, can be found by the graphical method discussed earlier. 3 Find the force F that will produce equilibrium for the collinear forces shown (Fig. 4). 315 lb 185 lb 110 lb F? 424 lb Fig. , the resultant of the force system is equal to zero. 185 þ 110 þ 315 À 424 À F ¼ 0 Solving algebraically we get, F ¼ 186 lb 20 2 Force Systems on Structures Practice Problems 1.

1007/978-3-319-07572-3_3 51 52 3 Moment of a Force Point O is the O moment center ° r Mo m arm ent F 90 Line of action of force Fig. m. 2 Sign Convention of a Moment In the figure shown (Fig. 2), it is evident that the 100-lb force tends to rotate about point A in one direction, and about point B in the opposite direction. Some rule for the direction of rotation is then necessary. B 3′ 100# 5′ A Fig. 1 Find the moment of forces F1 ¼ 500 N and F2 ¼ 750 N with respect to point O. Assume r1 ¼ 2 m and r2 ¼ 3 m (Fig.

From B, draw a line BC in the direction of force F and of a length to represent 40 lb. Then the line AC is the resultant R in magnitude and direction. By measurement, R is found to be 50 lb. Angle α can be measured with a protractor. 11a shows the graphical solution by means of force triangle. 5 Determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two concurrent forces F1 ¼ 50 N and F2 ¼ 75 N acting on a body at an angle of 50 with each other (Fig. 12). Use the algebraic method only. 4 Resultant of Concurrent Forces 23 F2=75 N 50º F1=50 N Fig.

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