Statics & Mechanics of Materials - Graphical


equilibrium of three forces

clip 01: lifting device
In this clip- series the problems are solved graphically. Here you will learn how to do this, and what the difference between the space- and the force diagram is.
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clip 02: resulting force
In this clip it is explained how to find a resulting force out of two or more forces.
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equilibrium of four forces

clip 03: ladder
This clip is about how to graphically cut free and find a resulting force.  
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clip 04: ladder
Sometimes also springs appear in graphical examples. Get the clue in here!...coming soon 3
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method of cable polygon

clip 05: beam
In this video the method of cable polygon is explained. ...coming soon 3 It can be a useful tool, if some circumstances do not allow to use another method.
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super- position principle

clip 06: beam
In this clip the graphical super-position principle is explained. ...coming soon 3 Important is to exactly follow the single steps. Here we Show you how to do it.
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friction (static / kinematic)

clip 07: hand barrow friction
In this clip we explain how to transform the coefficient of friction...coming soon 3 to the scetch and how to draw the angle and cone of the limiting friction.
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