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The oil drum weighs 620 lb when full and has a mass center at G. Calculate the vertical force P required to maintain equilibrium of the drum and dolly in the position shown. The weight of the dolly may be neglected compared with that of the drum. Picture: http://tinypic.com/r/2po38fp/5

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help pls
can you start with drawing a Free body diagram of all the forces
hmm. there will be a vertical force on the part of the wheel. @ankit042
it will be like this?
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Yes and one more force will be from the weight of oil drum. This will be present at center of Gravity
yes.. and then what will happen next?
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Now as the system is under equilibrium you have to balance the torque and forces
how? what will be the solution?
Sorry I have to leave now....but you have two variables Fv and P and you can get your answer by balancing torque and forces. You might want to post this question in physics section
i already posted it there but no one answer it

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