How to Solve for Force in Hydraulic IJ Using Statics Analysis?

In summary, the conversation discusses techniques for solving for the force in a hydraulic IJ, specifically creating free body diagrams and using a coordinate system to decompose reactions at the joints. The individual is struggling to find the answer and provides a link to further information.
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Homework Statement
A scoop carries 610 kg of load with center of mass at G. Neglecting the mass of the
members, calculate the hydraulic force in IJ, (Use g = 9.81 m/s2). Fij = = 11, 051.9516 N (T).
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A scoop carries 610 kg of load with center of mass at G. Neglecting the mass of the
members, calculate the hydraulic force in IJ, (Use g = 9.81 m/s2). Fij = = 11, 051.9516 N (T).
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Do you guys have techniques in solving for the Force in hydraulic IJ? I've been stucked for a while now and I can't seem to find the answer.The question says the answer should be = 11, 051.9516 N (T).
 
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Welcome, Sam!

I would create free body diagrams for each of the elements of the mechanism, which connect the hydraulic cylinder with the load.

Create a x-y system of coordinates that aligns with the weight of load vector and decompose each reaction at the joints into Fx and Fy, based on forces and moments that keep the mechanism in static equilibrium.

Please, read the three pages following the one in this link:
https://courses.lumenlearning.com/p...statics-including-problem-solving-strategies/
 
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