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# King Saud University

College of Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering

FINAL EXAM
(SOLUTION)
GE201 Statics Second Semester 1433- 34 H
11 Rajab 1434 H 21 May 2013
Time allowed: 3 hrs

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Questions Maximum Marks Marks obtained
Q. 1 10
Q. 2 10
Q. 3 10
Q. 4 8
Q. 5 6
Q. 6 6
Total marks

_______
50

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Question # 1 (10 points)

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Question # 2 (10 points)

a) Determine the support reactions at roller A and
pin B.
b) Identify all zero-force members.
c) Determine the forces in members EC, CD and
DB using method of sections
(Specify whether Tension or Compression)

Solution
a) Reactions:
Ans. B F
x x
kN 30 B 0 12 18 0
x
= = E
+

Ans. B B
M CCW
y y
A
+ = = = + +
= E +
kN 23.34 B 34 . 23 0 2 18 4 12 6 . 3
0 ) (
y

Ans. kN A A F
y y y
34 . 43 0 20 34 . 23 0 | = = = E |
+

b) Zero force members: AB and FD

c) Forces in the members CE, CD and BD
Ans. F
F M CCW
BD
BD C
(T) kN 67 . 6
0 2 12 6 . 3 0 ) (
=
= + = E +

Ans. F
F M CCW
CE
CE D
(C) kN 67 . 26
0 2 12 6 . 3 20 6 . 3 0 ) (
=
= + + = E +

Ans. C kN F
F F
CE
CE y
) ( 67 . 26
0 67 . 6 20 0
=
= = E |
+

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Final Exam, Second Semester 1433 - 34 H
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F
CD

F
CE

F
BD

12 kN
20 kN
F
18 kN
C
E
D
Ans. F
F F
CD
CD x
(C) kN 30
0 18 12 0
=
= = E
+
12 kN
2 m
20 kN
F
18 kN
C
E
D
2 m
3.6 m
B A

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Question # 3 (10 points)

For the section shown in the figure, locate the
centroid X of the shaded area.

Solution

Ans.
A
x A
X m 96 . 5
13
5 . 77
= =
E
E
=

Part Area A (m
2
)
Centroid distance from y-axis ( x )
(m)
x A

(m
3
)
1 6 4.5 27
2 23 = 6 7 42
3 11 = 1 8.5 8.5
Total 13 77.5
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y
3 m

x

y = x
2
/12
2 m

2 m

1 m

6 m

1 m

2
6
0
3 1
0
2 6
0
m 6
3 12
1
12
=
(

= = = =
} } }
x
dx
x
ydx dA A
m 5 . 4
72
4
72 6
12
.
6
6
0
4 6
0
3
6
0
2 6
0
=
(

= = = = =
} } }
}
x
dx x dx
x
x xydx
A
dA x
x
c
y
3 m

x

y = x
2
/12
6 m

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Question # 4 (8 points)

For the shaded area shown in figure:
a) Calculate the moment of inertia about
x-axis (I
x
)
b) Calculate the moment of inertia about
y-axis (I
y
)

Solution

Ans. I
x
mm 10 767 . 1 10 10
3
1
20 20
3
1
50 20
3
1
2
4 6 3 3 3
=
(

+ =

( ) Ans. I
y
mm 10 967 . 1 10 10
3
1
20 20
3
1
30 50 20 20 50
12
1
2
4 6 3 3 2 3
=
(

+ + =

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Question # 5 (6 points)
In the loaded beam shown in figure:
a) Calculate the support reactions at B and F.
b) Determine the shear force (V) and bending
moment (M) values at the section passing
through point E.
Assume self-weight of the beam is negligible
and supports B and F are roller and pin
supports respectively.

Solution

Ans. B B F
Ans. F
F M CCW
Ans. F F F
y y y
y
y B
x x x
kN 94 . 10 0 26 . 6 ) 1 6 ( 12 2 . 1
2
1
4 0
kN 26 . 6
0 4 . 5 9 . 3 ) 1 6 ( ) 8 . 0 2 . 1 ( 12 2 . 1
2
1
1 4 0 ) (
0 0 0
Reactions Support
= = +
|
.
|

\
|
+ = E |
=
= + +
|
.
|

\
|
= E +
= = = E
+
+

Moment and shear values at E
( ) Ans. M M M CCW
Ans. V V F
E
y
kN.m 64 . 8 0 25 . 0 5 . 0 6 5 . 1 26 . 6 0 ) (
kN 26 . 3 0 26 . 6 ) 5 . 0 6 ( 0
= = = E +
= = + + = E |
+

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6 kN/m
4 kN
D
1.0 m
A B
F
C
1.2 m 1.2 m
12 kN/m
0.5 m
1.0 m 1.0 m 1.0 m
E
6 kN/m
F
0.5 m
1.0 m
E
6.26 kN
V
M

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Question # 6 (6 points)

The uniform bar AB of mass kg m 30 = is leaning
against the vertical wall as shown. The contact
surface at B is smooth (no friction), whereas the
coefficient of static friction between the bar and the
wall at A is 2 . 0 =
S
. Calculate the minimum
force P required to prevent the bar from slipping.

Note: To solve the question plot the free body
diagram of the bar.

Solution

( ) N 154.89 0 2 81 . 9 30 3 4 2 . 0 0 ) ( = = + = E +
A A A B
N N N M CCW

Ans. N P N P F
A A x
N 89 . 154 0 0 = = = = E
+

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