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Asked Nov 6, 2019

The uniform concrete block has a weight of 300 lb. The coefficients of static friction are μA = 0.2, μB = 0.3, and between the concrete block and the floor, μ = 0.4. (Figure 1)

Determine the smallest couple moment that can be applied to the 190-lb wheel that will cause impending motion.

Step 1

Given data as per question

Step 2

Considering free body diagram of the wheel

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