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Part (c) 45(106 N)3 45 MN 3 = 900 Gg 900(106) kg = 50(109) N 3>kg = 50(109) N 3 a = 50 kN 3>kg 1 kN 3 1 b 103 N kg Ans. PROBLEMS 15 PROBLEMS 1 1–1. 578 s, (c) 4555 N, and (d) 2768 kg. *1–12. ) of brass is 520 lb>ft3. ) in SI units. Use an appropriate prefix. 1–2. Represent each of the following combinations of units in the correct SI form using an appropriate prefix: (a) mMN, (b) N>mm, (c) MN>ks2, and (d) kN>ms. 1–13. Convert each of the following to three significant figures: (a) 20 lb # ft to N # m, (b) 450 lb>ft3 to kN>m3, and (c) 15 ft> h to mm> s.
To do this, each force is first resolved into its x and y components, and then the respective components are added using scalar algebra since they are collinear. The resultant force is then formed by adding the resultant components using the parallelogram law. For example, consider the three concurrent forces in Fig. 2–17a, which have x and y components shown in Fig. 2–17b. , F1 = F1x i + F1y j F2 = - F2x i + F2y j F3 = F3x i - F3y j y F2 F1 x The vector resultant is therefore FR = = = = F3 F1 + F2 + F3 (a) F1xi + F1y j - F2x i + F2y j + F3x i- F3y j (F1x - F2x + F3x) i + (F1y + F2y - F3y) j (FRx)i + (FRy)j y F2y If scalar notation is used, then we have + ) (: (+ c) F1y F2x FRx = F1x - F2x + F3x FRy = F1y + F2y - F3y F1x F3x F3y These are the same results as the i and j components of FR determined above.
2–26/27 *2–28. The beam is to be hoisted using two chains. Determine the magnitudes of forces FA and FB acting on each chain in order to develop a resultant force of 600 N directed along the positive y axis. Set u = 45°. •2–29. The beam is to be hoisted using two chains. If the resultant force is to be 600 N directed along the positive y axis, determine the magnitudes of forces FA and FB acting on each chain and the angle u of FB so that the magnitude of FB is a minimum. FA acts at 30° from the y axis, as shown.