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*launch*### Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics...12th EditionFerdinand P. Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek, Phillip J. Cornwell, Brian Self Publisher: McGraw-Hill EducationISBN: 9781259638091

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## Solutions for Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics

Problem 2.2P:

Two forces are applied as shown to a bracket support. Determine graphically the magnitude and...

Problem 2.3P:

Two forces P and Q are applied as shown at point A of a hook support. Knowing that P = 75 N and Q =...

Problem 2.4P:

Two forces P and Q are applied as shown at point A of a hook support. Knowing that P = 60 lb and Q =...

Problem 2.5P:

A stake is being pulled out of the ground by means of two ropes as shown. Knowing that = 30,...

Problem 2.6P:

A telephone cable is clamped at A to the pole AB. Knowing that the tension in the left-hand portion...

Problem 2.7P:

A telephone cable is clamped at A to the pole AB. Knowing that the tension in the right-hand portion...

Problem 2.9P:

A disabled automobile is pulled by means of two ropes as shown. Knowing that the tension in rope AB...

Problem 2.10P:

Two forces are applied as shown to a hook support. Knowing that the magnitude of P is 35 N,...

Problem 2.11P:

A steel tank is to be positioned in an excavation. Knowing that = 20, determine by trigonometry (a)...

Problem 2.12P:

A steel tank is to be positioned in an excavation. Knowing that the magnitude of P is 500 lb,...

Problem 2.14P:

For the hook support of Prob. 2.10, determine by trigonometry (a) the magnitude and direction of the...

Problem 2.15P:

The barge B is pulled by two tugboats A and C. At a given instant, the tension in cable AB is 4500...

Problem 2.17P:

Solve Prob. 2.4 by trigonometry.

Problem 2.18P:

For the stake of Prob. 2.5, knowing that the tension in one rope is 120 N, determine by trigonometry...

## Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 2 - Statics Of ParticlesChapter 2.1 - Addition Of Planar ForcesChapter 2.2 - Adding Forces By ComponentsChapter 2.3 - Forces And Equillibrium In A PlaneChapter 2.4 - Adding Forces In SpaceChapter 2.5 - Forces And Equillibrium In SpaceChapter 3 - Rigid Bodies: Equivalent Systems Of ForcesChapter 3.1 - Forces And MometsChapter 3.2 - Moment Of A Force About An AxisChapter 3.3 - Couples And Force-couple Systems

Chapter 3.4 - Simplifying Systems Of ForcesChapter 4 - Equilibrium Of Rigid BodiesChapter 4.1 - Equilibrium In Two DimensionsChapter 4.2 - Two Special CasesChapter 4.3 - Equillibrium In Three DimensionsChapter 5 - Distributed Forces: Centroids Abd Centers Of GravityChapter 5.1 - Planar Centers Of Gravity And CentroidsChapter 5.2 - Further Considerations Of CentroidsChapter 5.3 - Additional Applications Of CentroidsChapter 5.4 - Centers Of Gravity And Centroids Of VolumesChapter 6 - Analysis Of StructuresChapter 6.1 - Analysis Of TrussesChapter 6.2 - Other Truss AnalysesChapter 6.3 - FramesChapter 6.4 - MachinesChapter 7 - Internal Forces And MomentsChapter 7.1 - Internal Forces In MembersChapter 7.2 - BeamsChapter 7.3 - Relations Among Load, Shear, And Bending MomentChapter 7.4 - CablesChapter 7.5 - Catenary CablesChapter 8 - FrictionChapter 8.1 - The Laws Of Dry FrictionChapter 8.2 - Wedges And ScrewsChapter 8.3 - Friction On Axles, Disks, And WheelsChapter 8.4 - Belt FrictionChapter 9 - Distributed Forces: Moments Of InertiaChapter 9.1 - Moments Of Inertia Of AreasChapter 9.2 - Parallel-axis Theorem And Composite AreasChapter 9.3 - Transformation Of Moments Of InertiaChapter 9.4 - Mohr's Circle For Moments Of InertiaChapter 9.5 - Mass Moments Of InertiaChapter 9.6 - Additional Concepts Of Mass Moments Of InertiaChapter 10 - Method Of Virtual WorkChapter 10.1 - The Basic MethodChapter 10.2 - Work, Potential Energy, And StabilityChapter 11 - Kinematics Of ParticlesChapter 11.1 - Rectilinear Motion Of ParticlesChapter 11.2 - Special Cases And Relative MotionChapter 11.3 - Graphical SolutionsChapter 11.4 - Curvilinear Motion Of ParticlesChapter 11.5 - Non-rectangular ComponentsChapter 12 - Kinetics Of Particles: Newton’s Second LawChapter 12.1 - Newton’s Second Law And Linear MomentumChapter 12.2 - Angular Momentum And Orbital MotionChapter 12.3 - Applications Of Central-force MotionChapter 13 - Kinetics Of Particles: Energy And Momentum MethodsChapter 13.1 - Work And EnergyChapter 13.2 - Conservation Of EnergyChapter 13.3 - Impulse And MomentumChapter 13.4 - ImpactsChapter 14 - Systems Of ParticlesChapter 14.1 - Applying Newton’s Second Law And Momentum Principles To Systems Of ParticlesChapter 14.2 - Energy And Momentum Methods For A System Of ParticlesChapter 14.3 - Variable Systems Of ParticlesChapter 15 - Kinematics Of Rigid BodiesChapter 15.1 - Translation And Fixed-axis RotationChapter 15.2 - General Plane Motion: VelocityChapter 15.3 - Instantaneous Center Of RotationChapter 15.4 - General Plane Motion: AccelerationChapter 15.5 - Analyzing Motion With Respect To A Rotating FrameChapter 15.6 - Motion Of A Rigid Body In SpaceChapter 15.7 - Motion Relative To A Moving Reference FrameChapter 16 - Plane Motion Of Rigid Bodies: Forces And AccelerationsChapter 16.1 - Kinetics Of A Rigid BodyChapter 16.2 - Constrained Plane MotionChapter 17 - Plane Motion Of Rigid Bodies: Energy And Momentum MethodsChapter 17.1 - Energy Methods For A Rigid BodyChapter 17.2 - Momentum Methods For A Rigid BodyChapter 17.3 - Eccentric ImpactChapter 18 - Kinetics Of Rigid Bodies In Three DimensionsChapter 18.1 - Energy And Momentum Of A Rigid BodyChapter 18.2 - Motion Of A Rigid Body In Three DimensionsChapter 18.3 - Motion Of A GyroscopeChapter 19 - Mechanical VibrationsChapter 19.1 - Vibrations Without DampingChapter 19.2 - Free Vibrations Of Rigid BodiesChapter 19.3 - Applying The Principle Of Conservation Of EnergyChapter 19.4 - Forced VibrationsChapter 19.5 - Damped Vibrations

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Force is a vector and the addition of vectors can be done using parallelogram law. The parallelogram...Refer figure P2.22. The simplified diagram of the figure P2.22 is shown in figure 1 below. Figure 1...Knowing that the tension in cable BC is 725 N, determine the resultant of the three forces exerted...In the arrangement in Fig. P2.50, the forces acting at the point c are one of magnitude 200 N and...The arrangement of the system is given in Fig. P2.44. The tension in the cable AC and BC can be...The length of the cable loop is 1.5 m, the mass of the crate is 300 kg. Above figure represents the...The following figure gives the sketch of the system given in the problem. The tension in the cables...Write the equation to find the magnitude of the vector AB. |AB|=ABx2+ABy2+ABz2 (I) Write the...The sketch of the cables connected at A, where the forces P and Q applied is shown in below figure1....

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