When a body is in equilibrium, are the magnitudes of the unknown forces or moments independent of where they are located on the structure?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 6:24 pm ad1c9bdddf
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When a body is in equilibrium, are the magnitudes of the unknown forces or moments independent of where they are located on the structure?
A body that is in Equilibrium only when the resultant forces and resultant moments are zero for all the forces ...
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Equilibrium of Bodies: Force and Tension
A body of mass 50 kg is suspended by two light, inextensible cables of lengths 15 m and 20 m from rigid supports placed 25 m apart on the same level. Find the tensions in the cables. Note that, by convention, "light" means "of negligible mass." Take g = 10 m/(s^2). This is an application using vector addition.View Full Posting Details