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Homework Statement
a) Find the reactions provided by the foundations at A and B.
b) Use the method of Resolution at the Joints to calculate the forces in all the members.
c) Which member will fail first and why ?
Homework Equations
ƩFx = 0
ƩFy = 0
ƩM = 0
The Attempt at a Solution
I am really just concerned with whether I have got the following correct. If I have, then I have grasped the concept if not then if someone could point me in the right direction and advise me on where to go next of what I am doing wrong I would be very grateful.
Horizontal Reaction Forces in the X direction at point A = 0
Vertical Reaction Forces in the Y direction at A = 4000N Upwards
Reaction Forces about the moment A at point B = 6000 Newtons Upwards
Forces in Member AC = 0N (0 + AC + AF = 0)
Forces in Member AF = 4000N in Compression (4000 + AC + AF = 0)
Forces in Member BK = 6000N in Compression (6000 + FBK.Sin(90) + FBE = 0)
Forces in Member BE = 0N (FBE + FBK = 0)
Thanks
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