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Solution. Refer to Table 6-1. Each of the individual forces is broken down into its x and y components and these components are summed to find the resultant force. Rx = 73 N Ry = 150 N The magnitude of the resultant force can be found by Pythagorean Theorem: R= Rx 2 + Ry 2 R= (73 N)2 + (150 N)2 R = 167 N And the angle can be found by trigonometry: tan θ = Ry Rx θ = tan −1 Figure 6-3. Reaction to an applied force. θ = 64 = 150 73 150 73 51 Fundamentals of Manufacturing Chapter 6: Statics MO = F d Eq.
The study of force depends on several basic principles: transmissibility, parallelogram law, and Newton’s laws. TRANSMISSIBILITY Transmissibility is the principle that the equilibrium of a rigid body will remain unchanged if a force F on a rigid body is replaced by a force F Ļ ZLWK WKH VDPH PDJQLWXGH GLUHFWLRQ DQG OLQH of action acting at a different point. A force may be transmitted along its line of action without changing the effect it has on a body as seen in Figure 6-1. Figure 6-2. Resultant of two forces.
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Fundamentals of Manufacturing 3rd Edition by Philip D. Rufe (Editor), Philip D. Rufe