A 120-lb weight is attached to the cable that is wrapped around the 50-lb homogeneous drum. The shaft attached to the drum is supported by a thrust hearing at A and a slider bearing at B . The drum is kept in equilibrium by the vertical force P acting on the handle of the crank. Determine P and the reactions at A and B . Neglect the weights of the crank and the shaft.

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4th Edition
Andrew Pytel And Jaan Kiusalaas
Publisher: CENGAGE L
ISBN: 9781305501607
Chapter 5, Problem 5.40P
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A 120-lb weight is attached to the cable that is wrapped around the 50-lb homogeneous drum. The shaft attached to the drum is supported by a thrust hearing at A and a slider bearing at B. The drum is kept in equilibrium by the vertical force P acting on the handle of the crank. Determine P and the reactions at A and B. Neglect the weights of the crank and the shaft.

Chapter 5, Problem 5.40P, A 120-lb weight is attached to the cable that is wrapped around the 50-lb homogeneous drum. The

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International Edition---engineering Mechanics: Statics, 4th Edition
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