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Purpose: The conditions necessary for the equilibrium of a set of concurrent forces is

experimentally verified.

Apparatus: Force table with pulleys, ring and strings attached, weight hangers, set of

weights.

Procedure: Various arrangements of forces are obtained by varying the magnitude and/or the

angular positions of the forces on the force table. The magnitude is changed by

changing the weight applied to the weight hanger, the angular position by

moving the pulley to a different angle as indicated by the index marker.

A. Mount a pulley on the 210° mark on the force table and suspend a total of 100

grams over it. Mount a second pulley on the 30° mark and suspend a total of

200 grams over it. Mount a third pulley at 90° with 150 grams over it.

Experimentally find the magnitude and position of a fourth force required to

achieve equilibrium. When equilibrium is attained the ring will be in the center

of the force table and not touching the center pin. How far can the fourth pulley

be moved to cause an obvious disruption from equilibrium? Keeping the

position fixed slightly vary the magnitude of the equilibrium force. What is the

sensitivity of the apparatus, i.e., how much deviation of the magnitude or the

angle causes an obvious disruption from equilibrium?

B. Repeat the procedure for a set of forces provided by the lab instructor.

Analysis:

A. Using the method of the resolution of forces calculate the resultant force for

Procedure A. Then calculate the equilibrium force. Compare the calculated

equilibrium force with the equilibrium force obtained experimentally.

B. Repeat Analysis part A for the set of forces provided by the lab instructor.

Questions:

2. What effect would tilting the plane of the force table 30C have on your results?

Explain.

3. What do you think is the major cause for error in this experiment?

4. Draw the force diagrams and the x - y force components (as shown in the

theory section) for each of the given experimental set of forces. Also draw the

equilibrium forces in your diagrams.

6. Suppose you mounted the following set of weights on your force table: A = 100

grams at the 30 degree mark, B = 150 grams at the 135 degree mark, and C =

200 grams at the 270 degree mark. Calculate the fourth force (giving mass and

angle) needed to achieve equilibrium.

7. Three forces of equal magnitudes are used to achieve equilibrium on a force

table. What can you conclude about the angles between these forces?

The other two have equal magnitudes. What minimum magnitude could these

two forces have? What maximum magnitude could these forces have? Explain.

Theory:

Ay

A

+X Ax

Cx

Bx

C Cy

B By

Ax = A cos θΑ Ay = A sin θΑ

Bx = B cos θΒ By = B sin θΒ

Cx = C cos θC Cy = C sin θC

Where all angles are measured counter clockwise from positive x axis.

(A x + B x + C x ) 2 + (A y + B y + C y ) 2

A y + By + Cy

( x + Bx + Cx )

arc tan A

The fourth vector required to achieve equilibrium is equal in magnitude and opposite in

phase to the resultant of A, B, and C.

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