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8103.

Blocks A and B have a mass of 100 kg and 150 kg,


respectively. If the coefficient of static friction between A
and B and between B and C is and between the
ropes and the pegs D and E determine the
smallest force F needed to cause motion of block B if
P 30 N.
SOLUTION
Assume no slipping between A and B.
Ans.
Note: Since B moves to the right,
Hence, no slipping occurs between A and B as originally assumed.
P
max
= 112 N 7 30 N
245.25 = P
max
e
0.5(
p
2
)
(F
AB
)
max
= 0.25 (981) = 245.25 N
T
2
= T
1
e
mb
; F = 768.1e
0.5(
3p
4
)
= 2.49 kN
Peg E :
N
BC
= 1909.4 N
F
BE
= 768.1 N
N
BC
- 981 + F
BE
sin 45 - 150 (9.81) = 0 + c F
y
= 0;
- 65.80 - 0.25 N
BC
+ F
BE
cos 45 = 0 F
x
= 0;
:
+
Block B :
T
2
= T
1
e
mb
; F
AD
= 30 e
0.5(
p
2
)
= 65.80 N
Peg D :
=
m
s
= 0.5
m
s
= 0.25
P
F
D
A
B
E
C
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8109. Blocks A and B have a mass of 7 kg and 10 kg,
respectively. Using the coefficients of static friction
indicated, determine the largest vertical force P which can
be applied to the cord without causing motion.
P
300 mm
400 mm
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C
D
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A
0.3
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*8104. The uniform 50-lb beam is supported by the rope
which is attached to the end of the beam, wraps over the
rough peg, and is then connected to the 100-lb block. If
the coefficient of static friction between the beam and the
block, and between the rope and the peg, is
determine the maximum distance that the block can be
placed from A and still remain in equilibrium. Assume the
block will not tip.
m
s
= 0.4,
10 ft
1 ft
d
A
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891. A cylinder having a mass of 250 kg is to be
supported by the cord which wraps over the pipe.
Determine the largest vertical force F that can be applied
to the cord without moving the cylinder. The cord passes
(a) once over the pipe, , and (b) two times over the
pipe, . Take . m
s
= 0.2 b = 540
b = 180
F
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8111. Block A has a weight of 100 lb and rests on a
surface for which . If the coefficient of static
friction between the cord and the fixed peg at C is ,
determine the greatest weight of the suspended cylinder B
without causing motion.
m
s
= 0.3
m
s
= 0.25
B
4 ft
2 ft
C
30
A
*888.
SOLUTION
Equations of Equilibrium and Friction: Since the block is on the verge of sliding
up or down the plane, then, If the block is on the verge of sliding
up the plane [FBD (a)],
If the block is on the verge of sliding down the plane [FBD (b)],
Frictional Force on Flat Belt: Here, rad. If the block
is on the verge of sliding up the plane, and
Ans.
If the block is on the verge of sliding down the plane, and
Ans. W = 13.95 lb = 13.9 lb
28.28 = We
0.3A
3p
4
B
T
2
= T
1
e
mb
T
2
= 28.28 lb. T
1
= W
= 86.02 lb = 86.0 lb
W = 42.43e
0.3A
3p
4
B
T
2
= T
1
e
mb
T
2
= W. T
1
= 42.43 lb
b = 45 + 90 = 135 =
3p
4
T
2
+ 0.2135.362 - 50 sin 45 = 0 T
2
= 28.28 lb Q+F
x
= 0;
N - 50 cos 45 = 0 N = 35.36 lb a+F
y
= 0;
T
1
- 0.2135.362 - 50 sin 45 = 0 T
1
= 42.43 lb Q+ F
x
= 0;
N - 50 cos 45 = 0 N = 35.36 lb a+F
y
= 0;
F = m
s
N = 0.2N.
Determine the maximum and the minimum values of
weight W which may be applied without causing the 50-lb
block to slip. The coefficient of static friction between the
block and the plane is and between the rope and
the drum D m

s
= 0.3.
m
s
= 0.2,
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847. Block C has a mass of 50 kg and is confined between
two walls by smooth rollers. If the block rests on top of the
40-kg spool, determine the minimum cable force P needed
to move the spool. The cable is wrapped around the spools
inner core. The coefficients of static friction at A and B are
and . m
B
= 0.6 m
A
= 0.3
C
A
B
O
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0.2 m
P
*848. Block C has a mass of 50 kg and is confined
between two walls by smooth rollers. If the block rests on
top of the 40-kg spool, determine the required coefficients
of static friction at A and B so that the spool slips at A and
B when the magnitude of the applied force is increased to
. P = 300 N
C
A
B
O
0.4 m
0.2 m
P
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*812. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction
between the drum and brake bar are and ,
respectively. If and determine the
horizontal and vertical components of reaction at the pin O.
Neglect the weight and thickness of the brake. The drum has
a mass of 25 kg.
P = 85 N M = 50 N
#
m
m
k
= 0.3 m
s
= 0.4
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A
M
P
B
O
125 mm
700 mm
500 mm
300 mm
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8102. The simple band brake is constructed so that the
ends of the friction strap are connected to the pin at A and
the lever arm at B. If the wheel is subjected to a torque of
determine the smallest force P applied to the
lever that is required to hold the wheel stationary. The
coefficient of static friction between the strap and wheel is
m
s
= 0.5.
M = 80 lb
#
ft,
1.5 ft 3 ft
45
M 80 lb ft
20
1.25 ft
A
B
P
O
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494. Determine the smallest lever force P needed to
prevent the wheel from rotating if it is subjected to a torque
of The coefficient of static friction between
the belt and the wheel is The wheel is pin
connected at its center, B.
m
s
= 0.3.
M = 250 N
#
m.
400 mm
200 mm
750 mm
P
M
B
A
583.
Both pulleys are fixed to the shaft and as the shaft turns
with constant angular velocity, the power of pulley A is
transmitted to pulley B. Determine the horizontal tension T
in the belt on pulley B and the x, y, z components of
reaction at the journal bearing C and thrust bearing D if
The bearings are in proper alignment and exert only
force reactions on the shaft.
u = 0.
300 mm
250 mm
150 mm
80 mm
200 mm

T
50 N
z
y
A
B
C
D
x
80 N
65 N
SOLUTION
Equations of Equilibrium:
Ans.
Ans.
Ans.
Ans.
Ans.
Ans. D
z
= 58.0 N
D
z
+ 87.0 - 80 - 65 = 0 F
z
= 0;
D
y
= 79.2 N
D
y
+ 28.8 - 50 - 58.0 = 0 F
y
= 0;
D
x
= 0 F
x
= 0;
C
y
= 28.8 N
150 + 58.0210.22 - C
y
10.752 = 0 M
z
= 0;
C
z
= 87.0 N
165 + 80210.452 - C
z
10.752 = 0 M
y
= 0;
T = 58.0 N
6510.082 - 8010.082 + T10.152 - 5010.152 = 0 M
x
= 0;
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If the pulleys are fixed to the shaft, determine the magnitude
of tension and the x, y, z components of reaction at the
smooth thrust bearing A and smooth journal bearing B.
SOLUTION
Equations of Equilibrium: From the free-body diagram of the shaft, Fig. a, , T,
and can be obtained by writing the force equation of equilibrium along the y axis
and the moment equations of equilibrium about the y and z axes, respectively.
Ans.
Ans.
Ans.
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x axis and the force equation of equilibrium along the x axis, we have
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Ans.
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Ans. A
z
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F
z
= 0; A
z
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A
x
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F
x
= 0; 400 + 900 - 433.33 - A
x
= 0
B
z
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M
x
= 0; B
z
(3) - 900(2) - 1233.33(2) = 0
B
x
= -433.33 N = -433N
M
z
= 0; -B
x
(3) - 400(1) - 900(1) = 0
T = 1233.33 N = 1.23 kN
M
y
= 0; 400(0.2) - 900(0.2) - 900(0.3) + T(0.3) = 0
F
y
= 0; A
y
= 0
B
x
A
y
T
y
B
A
x
z
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0.3 m
0.2 m
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