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Old May 29th 2019, 03:09 PM   #1
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Forces and torque at different point

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I am trying to solve this problem in excel sheet where i can input different values and know the forces and torques acting at the point . Could any guys guide me how to start off with this problem
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Old May 30th 2019, 08:12 AM   #2
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I don't understand your drawing, nor what it is that you want to determine. I see no forces or torques being applied, other than A being a 50 KN weight. I don't follow what you mean by "A and B rotate 360 vertical" [sic] - do you mean each of those elements rotate independently about a vertical axis? Same question regarding the statement that "A, B, C, E rotate 360 horizontal." And D is supposedly a fixed point - what is it fixed to? Finally, what forces and torques are you trying to determine?
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