TWELFTH EDITION. R. C. HIBBELER devices encountcred in I.'ngineering. Rigid-body mechanics is divided inlo two areas: statics and dynamics. .. The 51 syslem or units is uSl!d eXlcnsivcly in this book since il is intended. 10 becollle Ihe. along the stinky stream, past the giant billboard for Dr Humayun's Hair Transplant . O Malalai of Maiwand,.. crammed t Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics. Engineering Mechanics Statics (13th Edition) - R. C. Hibbeler (1) (1) . Some sections of the book contain introductory problems that only require drawing the.
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This best-selling text offers a concise yet thorough presentation of engineering mechanics theory and application. The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated p For introductory statics courses found in mechanical engineering, civil engineering, aeronautical engineering, and engineering mechanics departments. The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated problems of varying degrees of difficulty.
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Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. I' is concerned w;lh thc Slale of rest or mOlion of bodies Ihal an! In general. In be subdi'idcd into thrcc branches: In Ihis book we will study rigid-body mechanics since it is a basic requirement for thc study oflhe mechanics of dcfonnablt: Rigid-body mechanics is divided inlo two areas: Sfllliey deals with the equilibrium of bodies.
We can consider statics as a special case of dynamics. The subject of statics developed I'Cry carly in history because ils principles can be onnulalcd simpl ' rom measurements of geometry and fon;: Studies of the pulley, inclined plane, and wrench arc also recorded in ancient I'.
Since the principles of dynamics depend on an accurate measurement of lime. Ihis subject developed much later. The most significant contributions in dynamics. Shonl ' 3fter these laws were postulated. Basic Quantities. Lmgtlr is US 'd lQ loc,w.: Once a stand: Time is conceived ,IS a succession of events. Although the principles of statics aTC time independent. MIISS is a measure ofa quantity of mailer that is used to compare the action of one body with that of another.
This propeTly manifests itself as a gravitational allraction between IWO bodies: In gencral. This interaetion can occur when there is direci oontac[ between the bodies. Examples of the l: In any case. Idealizatio ns. Models or idcalizmions arc used in mechanics in order 0 simplify application of the theory. Here we For example, the size of the earth is insignificant cornpilrcd 10 the size of its orbit,a nd therefore the carth can be modeled as a panicle when studying ils orbital mOl ion.
When II body is idca1i7. Rigid Body. A rigid botly can be considered as a combination of a large number of p lrIidcs in which all Ihe particles remain a a fixed disl.
In mOSI eases the llctual dcfomlations occurring in structures. Concentrated Force. A crmCt'mrllft' J j"rrt represents Ihe erfect of a loading which is assumed 0 act at a point on a body. We can represent a load by a concentrated force.
Since Ihesc f lrces all mcet at a point. Sled is a cOmmOn enllineerinll n Engineering mechanics is formulated on the basis of Newton"s three laws of mOlion. They may be bricny Slated as follows. First law. A partide originally al rest. I- la. I- lb. The mlllu:. Newton's Law of Gravitational Attraction.
Shorlly arter fommlating his three lawsof mOl ion. Newton postulated a law governing the gravitational attraction betwccn any t". Stated mathematically. According 10 Eq. In the casc of a partide From Etl. Since il depends on ,. For most engineering clliculatiuns, huwever. Because of this. The equality F 0: The intcmmiomal System of units. As shown in Tabk - 1. The unit of force. If the weight of. In the U. Customary s ,stem of units FPS leng. Hnd so on. Table pro'idcs a sct of direct conversion factors between FI'S and SI units for the basic quantities.
When a numerical quantity is either very IMge or vcry small. Somc of the prefixcs used in thc 51system are shown in Table 1- 3.
Each represents a multiple or submulliple of a unit which. C";3,e ohen uscd in enginee,ing ror: Rules for Use. Here arc:. For cxample. The final result should then be expressed using 11 singlr PUfi. It is important. In this section we will disellss th'se topics together with some other important aspects in'olved in all engineering calculations.
Dimensional Homogeneity. The lemlS of: Ihat is. Provided this is the case. Rcgardless of how this equation is evaluated. In the form staled. J or soll'ing for To be successful at this. When writing any cquations.. Its magnitude depends upon the elevation at which the mass is located. The meter. Their exponential size should be known, along wilh the rules for using thc SI units. Frain Table 1- 2.
Part b rn lll O. S7S So. Cal ",MN. Represent each of 11M: CI 51 form: If Ihe rorket is on the moon If au r IS. I- Ill. What is the Ca 0 kg. Usc an appropriate prefi: I- II. Evaluate each of the following to three sigmficant figurcs and express each ans Q kN. In SI unil" Use an appropriatc prerLl.
I- IJ. Determine liS dcnsily 10 SI units. Usc an appropnate prcfi: I- IS. Water has a deMlty of 1. I- III.
E"alume each of the fol1o Detenntne 10 three signIficant figures the gravitational forec acting bc' Evaluale each of the foliOll'ing to three sLgniflcant figu res and express each ans This bridge tower is stabilized by cab1es that exert forces at the points of connectIOn. Exilmples of ,'ectors encountered in statics arc force. A ,'ector is shown graphically by 3n arrow, The length of the urrow represents the IIIl1gllilllll" of the ,'ector, and the angle 0 betweell the vector and a fh: A, For h.
If a 'e: When multiplied b ' a negative scalar it will also change the: Grdphic examples of these opcr. Vector Addition.
Draw anothe: These twO line: I"' Low 0 0' ,, fig. Clor A in a "head-Io-Iail"' fashion. By comp: Subtraction is therefore defined as 11 special case of addition.
Two common problems in Sl31ics in'oJve either finding the resultant force.
From this tonslruttion. For example. F is to be resolved into two components along the two memhers. In ordcr to determine the magnitude of each component. The force components F. This p:. From this. If more than twO forces arc to be added. FJ act at a point 0, Hg. Using the parallelogram law 10 add morc Ihan t InSlead, problems of Chis type are easily solved by using lhe "reCltlOgular- component method.
C Cosine law: Parallelogram law. Ihen start allhe head of force. F ,lnd construct lines parallcl to Ihe axes. The sides of the parallelogram represent the ,omponents. The magnitudes of two for,e componentSarc determined from the law of sines. The formulas arc given in Fig. Ihe resullant is rormed by an algebraic or scalar addition. The parallelogram is formed by dr'lwing a line from the head of FI thai is parallcl lO F!. The two unknowns arc the magnitude of.
From the parallelogram. Ihe vector triangle is constructed. So TIIUs.
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NOTE; The results secm reasonable. The result for FlO shows that sometimes a componcnt can ha"c a greau: The magnitudes of FRand. They can be determined by applying the Jaw of sines. Determine this magnitudc. Sin,,, the ve,tor 3ddilion now forms a right triHnglc, the two unknown magnitudes can be nhl"ined by trigonomctry.
Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 14th Edition
IXlcrminc tlie magnitude of the r.. HN ' ' P2- l. Two forces a. Determine Ihe magnitude o he resultant force. Determine llie magnimdc of the resultant ora: The force F '" lb acts on Ihe rame.
Resolve this orcc into componenls aC1ing along member. N, delermine the maj;l1itudc of. J axis. J axis.. Ingle O. Determine Ihe magniUlde of the resultant forcl. Rcsoll'c FI inlo components along llie" and vaxes. If thc resultant force is required to aet along Ihe posilh'e" uis and ha"c a magnitude of S kN. C from the horizontal. Determine the angle of 9 for connecting nlcnlbcr A to lhe plate 5 Ihat the resultant force of f A and fa is directed Iiorizontally to. If the tellsioll in the table is N.
Igllitudc and direction of the resultant fon: This angle is the same angle 0 of lille AB on the tailboard bind The devke is used for surgical replacement of the knee jomt, If the force 3"illg along the kg is N. The device is used for surgical replacement of the knec joint. If the force acting alollg the leg is N. Ib horizontal force has 3 component of lb directed from A to What is the component of force acting along member AB?
Ib horizoncal force has a tomponem of lb which aclS up 10 the left. Takc 8 - 30". Resolve t'l inca components along the" 8nd uaxes and ctermine the magnitudes of these tOnlponents. Resolve f! F, - ZSON! Delcnn;nc the magnitudes of forces f " and FII acting on each rope in order 10 dC"clop a resultant force of N directed along lite positive: ScI The truck is 0 be lowed using two ropn.