By C. Hartsuijker
This can be the 1st of 2 volumes introducing structural and continuum mechanics in a finished and constant approach. the present booklet provides all theoretical advancements either in textual content and through an intensive set of figures. This comparable technique is utilized in the numerous examples, drawings and difficulties. either formal and intuitive (engineering) arguments are utilized in parallel to derive the foundations used, for example in bending second diagrams and shear strength diagrams. an important element of this ebook is the simple and constant signal conference, in accordance with the tension definitions of continuum mechanics. The e-book is appropriate for self-education.
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16 shows the components of F as they are working on the foundation block. 16 The components of F . Compounding forces In order to determine the resultant of the forces on a particle in space, we ﬁrst resolve all the forces into their x, y and z component, and then add all the associated components together. This is illustrated in an example. 17 shows the schematised situation in a salvage operation. A shows the wreckage of a crashed lorry on a slope. People are trying to salvage the wreckage using cables AB and AC and winches in B and C.
According to the law of action and reaction, forces always act in pairs of equal and opposite forces. 29 in both vector notation and visual notation. 29a one would say “action = −reaction”. 29b one would rather say “action = reaction”. 29 Newton’s law of action and reaction in (a) vector notation (“action = –reaction”) and (b) visual notation (“action = reaction”). In both cases, the meaning is the same. In the visual notation it can clearly be seen that the interaction between both bodies occurs between the pair of forces Fi .
Two examples are given below. 2 Graphical representation of the vector addition by repeatedly applying the parallelogram rule. 2 shows the result of the graphical approach for the example in the previous section. First, we determine the resultant of F1 and F2 , after which we compound it with F3 . Using the square canvas the resultant R is R= √ 58 kN. When compounding forces graphically, it is not necessary to draw all the parallelograms fully. 3. This type of drawing is called a force polygon.