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1. ### Indeterminate and determinate beam analysis

Homework Statement Reproduce the diagram of the beam shown in Figure, and indicate where you would add conceptual pins to convert this to a corresponding determinate beam to allow approximate analysis of the beam. Using approximate analysis, draw a neat and labelled Bending Moment...
2. ### Wooden telephone pole, Moment (HELP PLEASE)

so the answer would be the cross product of (534.05,-534.05,-534.05) X (0,-2.5,1.5)?
3. ### Wooden telephone pole, Moment (HELP PLEASE)

I am confused from when i get that answer of 534, what do i do then? Do I cross product the =(0, -2.5,1.5) with (1-1-1) I need to find Ma and not sure where to go from here can you please help me?
4. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

(79*cos(15)*3.05)+(50*0.75)+(25*9.81*1.525)= Rb_y*3.05 I am sorry If i am wasteing your time, But is the above what you mean? I am sorry to be so slow but I am very confused about this question.
5. ### Wooden telephone pole, Moment (HELP PLEASE)

Homework Statement An old wooden telephone pole with a single cross member was blown off center during a recent storm. To temporarily stabilize the telephone pole, a repair crew has attached a cable from the end of the cross member to an eye-ring stake anchored in the ground. (Figure 3) If...
6. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

(79*cos(15)*3.05)+(50*0.75)+(25*9.81*0.75)= Rb_y*3.05 I think i read that right. Is that what you mean? ^^^^
7. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

Sorry if I seem very slow, But is what you are saying is: (79*cos(15)*3.05)+(50*0.75)+(25*9.81)= Rb_y*3.05 Please correct me if I am still getting it wrong..
8. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

(79*cos(15)*3.05)+(50*0.75)*25*9.81= Rb_y*3.05 Is that correct above?
9. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

(79*cos(15)*3.05)+(50*0.75) = Rb *3.05 Rb=88.6 Ra * sin(53.13010)*3.05 = 50*2.3 Ra=47.1311 I may be very slow, but i do understand what you are saying, however i am haveing trouble to where in this equation(above) does the force from the beam go. Do i just times the weight by 9.81 to find N...
10. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

Sorry so what would the equation look like now (with the weight)? Where do i put it? Thanks
11. ### Beam and magnitude.

It says that I have already uploaded the image. I have also posted this question in a different forum. Can you please have a look at this one. https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=637033 Above is the same question with figure. Sorry for the confustion. Thanks
12. ### Beam and magnitude.

Homework Statement As shown, a roller at point A and a pin at point B support a uniform beam that has a mass 25.0 kg . The beam is subjected to the forces f1 = 50.0N and f2= 79.0N . The dimensions are l1= 0.750m and l2= 2.30m . (Figure 2) What are the magnitudes and of the reaction forces...
13. ### Roller at point A, Magnitudes

Homework Statement As shown, a roller at point A and a pin at point B support a uniform beam that has a mass 25.0 kg . The beam is subjected to the forces f1 = 50.0N and f2= 79.0N . The dimensions are l1= 0.750m and l2= 2.30m . (Figure 2) What are the magnitudes and of the reaction forces...
14. ### Calculate the bearing

If AB has a bearing of following 97° 49' 45" and a anti-clockwise angle from A to C is measured as 71° 6' 12". Calculate the bearing AC (enter as numeric value of ddd.mmss e.g. 100° 20' 30" would be entered as 100.2030). I am very stuck here and unsure what is really being asked. Can...