Physics question: Determine the net torque on the 3.2-m-long uniform beam shown in the figure. All forces are shown. (Figure 1)?
A) Calculate about point C, the CM. Take counterclockwise torques to be positive.
B) Calculate about point point P at one end. Take counterclockwise torques to be positive.
Below is the recommendation and reference answer for question "Physics question: Determine the net torque on the 3.2-m-long uniform beam shown in the figure. All forces are shown. (Figure 1)?" It was collected and sorted by the editor of this site but not sure the answer is entirely accurate.
F1y = 56*cos 32 = 47.49 N
F1x = 56*sen 32 = 29.68 N
F2x = -32.5√2 N
F2y = 32.5√2 N
F3x = 52*cos32 = 44.10 N
F3y = -52*sin 32 = -27.56 N
around point C
F2 has 0 arm ..so it is uneffective
Mc = ℓ/2*(F1x-F3x) = 1.6*(29.68-44.10) = -23.1 Nm (i.e. ccw according to cartesian plan and posive according to your definition)
arounf point P
F3 has 0 arm ..so it is uneffective
Mp = (ℓ*F1x+ℓ/2*F2x) = (3.2*29.68-1.6*32.5√2) = 21.4 Nm (i.e. cw according to cartesian plan and negative according to your definition)
- Physics Help!?
- What is the magnetic field strength require to left Or attracted a 15 g conductor at a distance of 30cm ?
- Is there an object with enough elasticity for sound to travel through it at or even exceeding the speed of light?
- Hey ball has a mass of zero. 05 KG it's acceleration is 250 MS what is the net force acting on the ball?
- The big bang theory... It can't be real. A universe just appearing out of nothing? Without time or space nothing can happen.?
- Which truth is mind boggling?
- Is it wrong to love reading dirty stories I'm aged 11-19?
- Why can't a spaceship fly at light speed?
- How to go about this question??? PHYSICS EXPERTS??
- Why Quantum mechanics is not fully established yet?