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# 7/27/2017 Mechanics of solids - - Unit 2 - Week 01 - Introduction to Mechanics of solids

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## Unit 2 - Week 01 - Introduction to Mechanics of solids

Course
outline Assignment 1
Due date for this assignment: 2017-08-06, 23:59 IST.
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the portal Find the reactive forces and the moment at the wall for the cantilever beam1 point

Week 01 - supported as shown in figure 1. MA and R2 are the reactions at the fixed support
Introduction to
Mechanics of and R1 is the reaction at the roller support
solids

Lecture 1 -
Course
Handout

Lecture 2 -
Analysis of
Mechanical
System

Lecture 3 -
Conditions of
equilibrium in
2D and 3D

Lecture 4-
FBD with
examples on
modelling of
typical
supports and MA = 100 Nm, R1 = 200 kN, R2 = 200 kN
joints.
MA = 150 Nm, R1 = 250 kN, R2 = 200 kN.
Lecture 5 -
MA = 250 Nm, R1 = 200 kN, R2 = 400 kN.
Support
Conditions Cannot be determined using equilibrium equations only.
Lecture 6 - 2) Two 1 point
FBD of Frame
equal cylinders, each weighing 900 N are placed in a box as shown in
Structures
figure 2. Neglecting friction between the cylinders and the box, estimate the
Quiz :
Assignment 1

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## FA = 900 N, FB = 1800 N, FC = 900 N

FA = 1000 N, FB = 1800 N, FC = 1000 N
FA = 800 N, FB = 1600 N, FC = 800 N
FA = 1000 N, FB = 1700 N, FC = 1000 N

3) Compare the forces F required to just start the 900 N lawn rollers as shown in figure 1 point
3, over a 75 mm step when (a) the roller is pushed and (b) the roller is pulled.

## Pushing F = 1890 N, Pulling F = 690 N.

Pushing F = 1866 N, Pulling F = 607 N.
Pushing F = 1750 N, Pulling F = 500 N.
Pushing F = 1966 N, Pulling F = 707 N.

4) The bracket ABC is free to swing out horizontally on the vertical rod as shown in figure 1 point
4. Estimate the forces transmitted to the vertical rod at A and B when a 900 N load is supported at

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C.

## FAX = -2000 N, FAY = -1350 N, FAZ = 0. FBX = 2000 N, FBY = 1350 N,

FBZ = 900 N.
FAX = -1800 N, FAY = -1350 N, FAZ = 0. FBX = 1800 N, FBY = 1350 N,
FBZ = 900 N.
FAX = -1800 N, FAY = -1550 N, FAZ = 0. FBX = 1800 N, FBY = 1550 N,
FBZ = 900 N.
FAX = -2000 N, FAY = -1550 N, FAZ = 0. FBX = 2000 N, FBY = 1550 N,
FBZ = 900 N.

5) A 100 N force is required to operate the foot pedal as shown in figure 5. Determine the 1 point
force (reactions at O) in the connecting link and the force (F) exerted by the lever on the bearing
at O. Neglect the weight of the lever.

## F = 187.4 N, Rx = 70.67 N, Ry = 276.7 N

F = 167.4 N, Rx = 50.67 N, Ry = 256.7 N
F = 177.4 N, Rx = 60.67 N, Ry = 266.7 N
F = 197.4 N, Rx = 60.67 N, Ry = 286.7 N

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6) A spot weld which holds the bracket to the plate at joint A as shown in figure 6, can 1 point
withstand a maximum twist in the plane of the plate of 100 Nm. Determine the maximum load W.

W = 632 N
W = 622 N
W = 662 N
W = 692 N

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