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Determine the magnitude of P and F necessary to keep the concurrent force system in Fig. below in equilibrium.

Question-AnswerCategory: Engineering MechanicsDetermine the magnitude of P and F necessary to keep the concurrent force system in Fig. below in equilibrium.
Mazurek Gravity Staff asked 1 year ago

Determine the magnitude of P and F necessary to keep the concurrent force system in Fig. below in equilibrium.

 

380
N
60°
30
°
50°
P
200 N

3 Answers
Sazid Ahmad answered 1 year ago

Concept:
If a system of three concurrent and coplanar forces is in equilibrium, then Lami’s theorem states that the magnitude of each force of the system is proportional to sine of the angle between the other two forces.

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ATUL answered 4 months ago

F.Horizontal:-

ΣFV=0ΣFV=0
Fsin60=200sin45+Psin30Fsin⁡60∘=200sin⁡45∘+Psin⁡30∘
(317.16+1.7320P)sin60=200sin45+Psin30(317.16+1.7320P)sin⁡60∘=200sin⁡45∘+Psin⁡30∘
274.67+1.5P=141.42+0.5P274.67+1.5P=141.42+0.5P
<<P=133.25 answer>>
 
F=317.16+1.7320(133.25)F=317.16+1.7320(−133.25)
<<F=86.37  answer>>

*Solved by ~Atul / Sliet / GCT-2

ATUL / GCT-21 answered 4 months ago

F.Horizontal:-

F.Horizontal:-
 
→200sin315° + 300sin180° + Psin210°+ Fsin60°
 
→F= 2(158.6 + 0.866P)
 
→F= 317.2 + 1.732P
 
F.Vertical:- 
Fsin60=200sin45+Psin30°
Now put the value of ‘F’ 
(317.16+1.7320P)sin⁡60∘=200sin⁡45∘+Psin⁡30∘
274.67+1.5P=141.42+0.5P274.67+1.5P=141.42+0.5P
<<P=133.25 answer>>
 
F=317.16+1.7320(133.25)F=317.16+1.7320(−133.25)
<<F=86.37  answer>>

*Solved by ~Atul / Sliet / GCT-21*

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