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bii17

  • one year ago

Solve for members A, B, C and D

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  1. bii17
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  2. bii17
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    that is the figure

  3. bii17
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    help me pls.

  4. raffle_snaffle
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    Do you know how to find the moment and reactions?

  5. bii17
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    yes. but i'm having a difficulty because of the inclined forces @raffle_snaffle

  6. raffle_snaffle
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    so are we using method by joints or method by sections?

  7. bii17
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    either of the two will do. but i think method by sections will be easier?? but i dont know how to start

  8. raffle_snaffle
    • one year ago
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    so lets find the reactions at the incline. what did you do?

  9. raffle_snaffle
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    first we can only look at the right side with the incline or we can start at the other end

  10. bii17
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    how can i do that??

  11. raffle_snaffle
    • one year ago
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    wow looking at my old notes i found a problem exactly the same

  12. bii17
    • one year ago
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    really?? that's great!! can i see your solution?

  13. raffle_snaffle
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    i would have to scan it and email it to you... btw it isn't exactly the same. your forces are at an angle

  14. raffle_snaffle
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    what is the name of the book you are studying out of?

  15. raffle_snaffle
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    and the forces are in a diff location.

  16. bii17
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    yah. that is my problem.. those forces in inclined

  17. raffle_snaffle
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    you only use the y component of those forces

  18. bii17
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    how about the angles?? can u send it on my email?

  19. raffle_snaffle
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    you can figure out the angles by geometry

  20. raffle_snaffle
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    yeah i can email you my notes but the problem isn't exactly the same

  21. bii17
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    ohh. it's okay.. it can still help me

  22. raffle_snaffle
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    i am thinking about the problem

  23. bii17
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    okay. i will wait for your answer

  24. raffle_snaffle
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    it would take me awhile to figure this out

  25. raffle_snaffle
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    do you know how to find moments at a point?

  26. bii17
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    what will be the reactions on the roller? and the hinge?

  27. raffle_snaffle
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    |dw:1385098088769:dw| there will be no reaction in the x direction

  28. bii17
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    how about on the right side?? on the roller?

  29. raffle_snaffle
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    we never finished this problem

  30. raffle_snaffle
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    but i will send you the one page of notes

  31. raffle_snaffle
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    pm me your email address

  32. raffle_snaffle
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    |dw:1385098301961:dw|

  33. bii17
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    i send you a message . thanks a lot

  34. raffle_snaffle
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    it's going to have to be broken up into components

  35. bii17
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    okay.. did you receive my message?

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