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2 4.1 Introduction This chapter studies one of the most important section of statics, where a body remains in equilibrium under the action of a system of forces and couples. 1. Draw complete free-body diagrams for the coplanar force systems. 2. Apply the three equations of equilibrium : Upon completion of this chapter, the student will be able F x = 0 F y = 0 M = 0

3 4.2 Equilibrium Newtons First Law states that Every body remains at rest or maintains a constant velocity in a straight line unless an unbalanced force acts upon it. A body is said to be in equilibrium if the forces and moment acting on it are balanced, and the body remains at rest or, if it is in motion, there is no tendency for it to change its speed or direction. 1. Vertical forces must be balance; F y = 0 2.Horizontal forces must be balance; F x = 0 3.Moments must balance ie. ccw = cw; M = 0 Hence for static equilibrium to occur:

4 1.Start by drawing the body floating freely in space without any supports or connections like rollers, pinned joints etc. Draw the object showing all the forces acting on it. 2. Draw in all the known external applied forces on the body, and include the weight if given, acting vertically downwards from the centre of gravity (C.G) of the body. 4.3 Free-Body Diagrams (F.B.D.) 3. Replace the supports or connections with the type of reaction forces on the body at these points (according to table 3.1 in the next slide) 4. Finally fill in information on slope angles,lengths or distances, etc for the analysis

5 Table 3.1: Reactions at Various Types of Supports and Connections 1. Rollers Frictionless Surface F.B.D. Rc Single reaction force at 90 0 to supporting surface

6 2. Cable & Short Link Short Rope/ Cable Short Link T Single force following direction of rope or link F.B.D.

7 3. Sliders Or Slot Slider on Frictionless Rod Frictionless Pin in Slot 90 o F.B.D. Single force at 90 o to the guide (direction assumed) R

8 4. Hinged Joints Frictionless pin or hinged joint Rough surface F.B.D. Fx Fy R or Two components resolved into x and y axis or a single reaction of unknown direction

9 Example 4.1 10 kN C B A Draw the free-body diagram for the lever ABC supported by roller at B and hinged at A as shown in the figure below.

10 Solution 4.1 1.Draw Draw the body ABC (Remove all the supports) 2. Draw all applied loads 3. Draw the reaction forces at the supports. F.B.D. AxAx AyAy BxBx 10 kN C BA C B A

11 Example 4.2 Draw free-body diagrams of the bar ABC and BDE as shown in the figure below. At A and D are pin joints, B is a slot and C is a smooth wall. (This example shows 2 objects connected via a slot at B) 3 652 A 8 4 B D 30kN E y x All dimensions in cm C

12 Solution 4.2 F.B.D. 1. Draw the body ABC 2. Draw the forces at the supports. AxAx AyAy RcRc A C RbRb 3 652 A 8 4 B D 30kN E C B 3 4 12/3 = 4 9/3 = 3

13 1. Draw the body BDE 2. Draw all applied loads 3. Draw the forces at the supports. F.B.D. DyDy 30 kN E B D DxDx RbRb 3 4 3 652 A 8 4 B D E C

14 4.4 Concurrent Force Systems When a system of forces intersect at a point (in the same plane) the system is known as the concurrent force system. To solve this we first draw a F.B.D. Next we apply the equations = 0

15 Example 4.3 Two forces are in a state of equilibrium with a load of mass M kg as shown in the figure below. Determine the magnitude of force F and the mass M. A 5 kNy F kN 60 o 40 o x M kg

16 Solution 4.3 1.Draw F.B.D. of point A A F kN y x 60 o 40 o 5 kN L kN 2. = 0 F Cos60 o – 5 Cos40 o = 0 (1) 3. F Sin60 o + 5 Sin40 o – M x 9.81 x 10 -3 = 0 (2) From (1), F = 7.66 kN From (2), M x 9.81 x 10 -3 = 7.66 Sin 60 o + 5 Sin 40 o = 9.85 kN M = (9.85/9.81) x 10 3 = 1004 kg

17 4.5 Equilibrium of A Two Force Body PP P P Consider the body in the first figure above under the action of 2 forces. The body is not in equilibrium because there is a net moment. For equilibrium, the two forces must be equal and opposite so that the net force is zero and they must also act along the same line of action so that the net moment is also zero, as shown by the second figure. Equilibrium will be covered by Intermediate Mechanics in Level 2.

18 If a body is subjected to three forces at 3 points, for equilibrium, the vector sum of the components and the moments about any point must be zero. 4.6 Equilibrium of A Three Force Body Body With 3 Forces F1F1 F3F3 F2F2 d D F3F3 F2F2 D F2F2 F1F1 F3F3 D M D = 0, Not In Equilibrium M D = 0, F x = 0, F y = 0, In Equilibrium

19 Example 4.4 A slender rod BC of length 2 m and weight 200 N is held by a cable AB and by a pin at C which slides in a vertical slot. Draw the free-body diagram of the rod BC. If is 30 0, determine the reaction at C, the angle and the tension in the cable AB. Slot C B A

20 Solution 4.4 F.B.D. of ABC 30 o C B 200 N 1 m Rc y x +ve E D T

21 Applying the moment equation at point B Mb = 0 (-200 x 1 x cos 30) + (Rc x 2 sin 30) = 0 Rc = 173.21 N To find, apply the Fx = 0 equation: Fx = 0 Rc – T cos = 0, T cos = 173.21 (1) 30 o C B 200 N 1 m Rc y x +ve E D T

22 Equation (2) / (1), we get tan = 1.155 = 49.1 0 And from (2), T = 200/ sin = 264.6 N Fy = 0 T sin - 200 = 0, T sin = 200 (2) 30 o C B 200 N 1 m Rc y x +ve E D T

23 4.7 Equilibrium of Non-concurrent Multiple Force System Steps for solving problems 1. Draw Free-body Diagram 2. Apply the three Equations of Equilibrium a) b) c) (Take moment at pin joint)

24 Example 4.5 A light bar ABCD is hinged at B, supported by smooth roller at D is subjected to two forces as shown in the figure above. Find the reaction at B and D. 3m 4m1m A B C D 480N 200N 50 0 65 0

25 Solution 4.5 F.B.D. of ABCD 200N 50 0 480N 65 0 By Bx y x +ve 3m 4m1m A B C D RdRd

26 (Rd x 5) – (480 cos 65 x 4) + (200 sin 50 x 3) = 0 Apply at point B where there are 2 unknowns and note that the x-components of 480 N and 200 N passes through point B (Rd x 5) = 811.43 – 459.63 Rd = 70.36 N 3m 4m1m A B C D 480N 200N 50 0 65 0 By RdRd Bx

27 Fx = 0, Bx + (480 sin 65) – 200 cos 50 = 0 Bx = (128.56 - 435.03) = - 306.47 N Bx = 306.47 N ( ) Applying Fy = 0, By + Rd – (480 cos 65) – (200 sin 50) = 0 By = (202.86 + 153.21 – 70.36) = + 285.71 N = 285.71 N ( ) 3m 4m1m A B C D 480N 200N 50 0 65 0 By RdRd Bx

28 To find the magnitude and direction of the single reaction at B. Use vector addition for the Bx and By components: tan = (By / Bx) = 43.0 0 Rb = ( Bx 2 + By 2 ) = 418.99 N = (285.71 / 306.47) = 0.932 BxBx ByBy RbRb 43.0 0 Rb = 418.99 N = 43.0 0

29 A fixed crane has a mass of 1000 kg and is used to lift a 2400 kg crate. It is held in place by a pin at A and a roller at B. The center of gravity of the crane is located at G. Determine the components of the reactions at A and B. 1.5m 2m4m A B G C 2400 kg Example 4.6

30 Solution 4.6 F.B.D. of Crane Ay Ax RBRB y x +ve 1.5m 2m4m (2400 x g) N A B C G (1000 x g) N

31 (R B x 1.5) – (1000 x 9.81 x 2) – (2400 x 9.81 x 6) = 0 Apply Ax + R B = 0 R B = (160,884 / 1.5) = 107,256 N ( ) Fx = 0 Ax = - 107,256 N Ax = 107,256 N ( ) Fy = 0 Ay – 1000 x 9.81 – 2400 x 9.81 = 0 Ay = 33,354 N ( ) 1.5m 2m4m (2400 x g) N (1000 x g) N A B C Ay Ax RBRB G

32 Draw the F.B.D. of the pulley shown in the diagram below. 4.8 Pulleys 300 N 3 4 M kg C B A D

33 The tension in the cable is due to the 300 N force applied at one end of the cable. Since the cable has the same tension throughout its length, the free-body diagram of the pulley would have two forces of 300 N and the x and y- components at C. 3 4 300 N Cx Cy 300 N

34 If we apply the vector addition for the two 300 N forces, we obtain a resultant R = 537 N. For the system in equilibrium, the sum of moment at C must be zero and hence the resultant must pass through the point C. R=537 N Cy Cx Cy Cx R

35 We can then resolve R back to the two original 300 N forces but now acting on the centre of the pulley, as shown below. 3 4 300 N Cx Cy 300 N C 3 4 Cx Cy 300 N Original system Cy Cx R

36 Hence for the example above, we could draw the following free-body diagrams, both of which are correct and the solution of either will yield the same answers for the reaction forces. When the pulley is drawn, the diameter of the pulley becomes insignificant. 1)With pulley A CDAx Ay 300N 3 4 (M x 9.81)N

37 2) Without pulley A C DAx Ay 300N 3 4 (M x 9.81)N

38 A light bar AD is hinged at A and a pulley of diameter 3 cm is attached to the bar at C. It is held in horizontal position, with a load attached at D, by a force F applied via a rope attached at B and passing over pulley C. Draw the free-body diagram of the bar AD and determine the magnitude of the force F and the components of reaction at A. Example 4.7 F 40 o 500 mm 700 mm C B A D 500 kg

39 Solution 4.7 F.B.D. of bar AD y x +ve A CDAx Ay F F 0.5 m 40 o (500 x 9.81)N 0.7 m

40 (F x 0.5) + ( F sin 40 x 0.5) – (4905 x 1.2) = 0 Apply Ax +7169.31 Cos 40 o = 0 0.5 F + 0.321 F = 5886 Fx = 0 Ax = 5492.01 N ( ) Fy = 0 Ay + Fsin 40 o – 4905 + F = 0 Ay = 6872.65 N ( ) F = 7,169.31 N A CD Ax Ay F F 0.5 m 40 o (500 x 9.81)N 0.7 m


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