# Problem 422 - Right-triangular Truss by Method of Sections

**Problem 422**

Refer to the truss described in Problem 412 and compute the force in members BD, CD, and CE by the method of sections.

**Problem 422**

Refer to the truss described in Problem 412 and compute the force in members BD, CD, and CE by the method of sections.

**Problem 421**

Use the method of sections to compute for the force in members DF, EF, and EG of the cantilever truss described in Problem 411 and Fig. P-411.

**Problem 420**

Determine the force in members DF, DG, and EG of the Howe truss shown in Fig. P-420.

**Problem 419**

Use the method of sections to determine the force in members BD, CD, and CE of the Warren truss described in Problem 408.

**Problem 418**

The Warren truss loaded as shown in Fig. P-418 is supported by a roller at C and a hinge at G. By the method of sections, compute the force in the members BC, DF, and CE.

**Problem 417**

Using the method of sections, determine the force in members BD, CD, and CE of the roof truss shown in Fig. P-417.

**Problem 414**

Determine the force in members AB, BD, and CD of the truss shown in Fig. P-414. Also solve for the force on members FH, DF, and DG.

**Problem 412**

Compute the force in each member of the truss shown in Fig. P-412. If the loads at B and D are shifted vertically downward to add to the loads at C and E, would there be any change in the reactions? Which members, if any, would undergo a change in internal force?

**Problem 411**

Determine the force in members AB, AC, BD, CD, and CE of the cantilever truss shown in Fig. P-411. If the loads were applied at C and E instead of at B, specify which members would have their internal force changed.

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