Applied Statics and Strength of Materials (6th Edition)

6th Edition

ISBN: 9780133840544

Author: George F. Limbrunner, Craig D'Allaird, Leonard Spiegel

Publisher: PEARSON

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Chapter 4, Problem 4.11P

Calculate the reactions of the two smooth inclined planes against the cylinder shown. The cylinder weighs 100 lb.

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