Engineering Mathematics

reaction at the support

Problem 454 - System of Booms and Pulleys

Problem 454
Determine the horizontal and vertical components of the hinge force at A for the structure shown in Figure P-454. Neglect the weights of the members and of the pulleys.
 

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Support Reactions of a Trapezoidal Slab with Three Points of Support

Situation
A reinforced concrete slab in the shape of an isosceles trapezoid weighs 3600 N/m2. It is supported on the three points as shown in the figure.
 

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  1. Find the reaction at A.
    A.   16,848 N
    B.   6,716 N
    C.   13,372 N
    D.   2,010 N
  2. Find the reaction at B.
    A.   16,848 N
    B.   6,716 N
    C.   13,372 N
    D.   2,010 N
  3. Find the reaction at C.
    A.   16,848 N
    B.   6,716 N
    C.   13,372 N
    D.   2,010 N

 

Problem 846 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 846
Sketch the shear diagram for the continuous beam shown in Fig. P-846.
 

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Problem 844 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 844
In the propped beam shown in Fig. P-844, determine the prop reaction.
 

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Problem 842 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 842
For the propped beam shown in Fig. P-842, determine the wall moment and the reaction at the prop support.
 

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Problem 841 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 841
Determine the wall moment and prop reaction for the beam shown in Fig. P-841.
 

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Problem 840 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 840
For the propped beam shown in Fig. P-840, determine the prop reaction and the maximum positive bending moment.
 

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Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

Problem 839
Determine the prop reaction for the beam in Fig. P-839.
 

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Problem 835 | Reactions of Continuous Beams

Problem 835
Refer to Problem 827 for which M2 = -1215 lb·ft and M3 = -661 lb·ft.
 

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