## Solutions for Applied Statics and Strength of Materials (6th Edition)

Problem 1.2P:

In the right triangle ABC shown, c = 25 ft and angle A = 48°. a. Determine side a. b. Determine side...Problem 1.4P:

A 28-ft-long ladder leaning against a wall makes an angle of 70° with the ground. Determine the...Problem 1.5P:

Two legs of a right triangle are 6 ft and 10 ft. Determine the length of the hypotenuse and the...Problem 1.6P:

In the roof truss shown determine the lengths of the top chords AB and BC and find the angles at A...Problem 1.7P:

A level scaffold s to be supported at the center of a 12ft ladder, as shown. Determine the required...Problem 1.8P:

A wanderer hikes due east for 2 mi, then southeast for 3 mi, then due north for 6 mi, then southwest...Problem 1.9P:

Freehand sketch the following triangles and solve completely (Find the unknown sides anchor angles.)...Problem 1.10P:

One side of a triangular lot is 100 ft and the angle opposite this side is 55°. Another angle is...Problem 1.11P:

A box containing 8 shock absorbers and 10 brake pad sets weighs 101.6 lb. Another box containing 10...Problem 1.13P:

Express 0.015 ton (a) in pounds (lb) and (b) in ounces (oz).Problem 1.14P:

Express 5 mi (a) in yards (yd) and (b) in feet (ft).Problem 1.16P:

Find the number of square rods in one acre.Problem 1.17P:

A reservoir contains an estimated 125 billion gallons of water. a. Express this volume in acre-ft....Problem 1.18P:

Convert the following: a. 27 ft 734 in. to decimal feet (nearest 0.01 ft) b. 1.815 ft to feet and...Problem 1.19P:

1.19 A water system of 2 in (inside diameter) pipe, having a length of mile, is to be flushed with...Problem 1.20P:

The soil pressure under a concrete footing is calculated to be 2 tons per square foot. Express this...Problem 1.21P:

Using Table 1 , establish your height in millimeters (mm), your weight in newtons (N), and your mass...Problem 1.22P:

The dimensions on a baseball field are as follows: pitcher’s mound to home plate, 60.5 ft; first...Problem 1.23P:

Convert the following quantities from U.S. Customary System units to the designated SI units: a....Problem 1.24P:

Convert the following quantities to SI units of millimeters and meters: a. 18.6 ft b. 8 ft 10 in....Problem 1.25P:

Convert the following quantities to SI units of newtons and kilonewtons: a. 248 lb b. 3.65 kips c....Problem 1.26P:

Convert the following quantities to the designated SI units: a. 627 in2 to mm2 and m2 b. 14 yd2 to...Problem 1.27P:

1.27 Rework Problem 1.19 using an inside pipe diameter of 50 mm and a system length of 400 m. Find...Problem 1.28P:

A spherical tank has a radius of 27 in. Find the volume of the tank in (a) cubic inches (in3), (b)...Problem 1.29SP:

1.29 A ladder rests against a vertical wall at a point 12 ft from the floor. The angle formed by the...Problem 1.30SP:

A surveyor measures a zenith angle of 70° 03’20” to the top of a flagpole and a horizontal distance...Problem 1.31SP:

The tower of a tower crane casts a shadow (on level ground) of 32 m when the sun is 55° above the...Problem 1.32SP:

1.32 From the top of a 30-ft building, the angle of depression to the foot of a building across the...Problem 1.33SP:

Two planes, starting from airport X, fly for 2 hr, one at 800 km/hr and the other at 1050 km/hr. The...Problem 1.34SP:

Rework Problem 1.31 assuming that the ground slopes upward at 1:5 from the base of the crane to the...Problem 1.35SP:

An Egyptian pyramid has a square base and symmetrical sloping faces. The inclination of each sloping...Problem 1.36SP:

Two observation towers A and B are located 300 ft apart, as shown. An object on the ground between...Problem 1.37SP:

Two people fishing from rowboats on a lake are 100 m apart and have hooked their lines into the same...Problem 1.38SP:

What is the average speed in miles per hour (mph) of a runner who runs a mile in 4 min? What is the...Problem 1.39SP:

The volume flow of a river is expressed as 5000 cubic feet per second (cfs). Express the flow in...Problem 1.40SP:

A 55-gal drum filled with sand weighs 816 lb. The empty drum weighs 38 lb. Find the unit weight of...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - IntroductionChapter 2 - Principal Of StaticsChapter 3 - Resultants Of Coplanar Force SystemsChapter 4 - Equilibrium Of Coplanar Force SystemsChapter 5 - Analysis Of StructuresChapter 6 - FrictionChapter 7 - Centroids And Centers Of GravityChapter 8 - Area Moments Of InertiaChapter 9 - Stresses And StrainsChapter 10 - Properties Of Materials

Chapter 11 - Stress ConsiderationsChapter 12 - Torsion In Circular SectionsChapter 13 - Shear And Bending Moment In BeamsChapter 14 - Stresses In BeamsChapter 15 - Deflection Of BeamsChapter 16 - Design Of BeamsChapter 17 - Combined StressesChapter 18 - ColumnsChapter 19 - ConnectionsChapter 20 - Pressure VesselsChapter 21 - Statically Indeterminate Beams

### Book Details

This resource provides the necessary background in mechanics that is essential in many fields, such as civil, mechanical, construction, architectural, industrial, and manufacturing technologies. The focus is on the fundamentals of material statics and strength and the information is presented using an elementary, analytical, practical approach, without the use of Calculus. To ensure understanding of the concepts, rigorous, comprehensive example problems follow the explanations of theory, and numerous homework problems at the end of each chapter allow for class examples, homework problems, or additional practice for students. Updated and completely reformatted, the

**Sixth Edition**of**features color in the illustrations, chapter-opening Learning Objectives highlighting major topics, updated terminology changed to be more consistent with design codes, and the addition of units to all calculations.***Applied Statics and Strength of Materials*# Sample Solutions for this Textbook

We offer sample solutions for Applied Statics and Strength of Materials (6th Edition) homework problems. See examples below:

Given: The triangle is And the sides are a=10 ft, b=7 ft Concept Used: Pythagoras theorem, a2+ b2=...Chapter 2, Problem 2.1PChapter 3, Problem 3.1PChapter 4, Problem 4.1PChapter 5, Problem 5.1PChapter 6, Problem 6.1PChapter 7, Problem 7.1PChapter 8, Problem 8.1PChapter 9, Problem 9.1P

Chapter 10, Problem 10.1PGiven: The diameter of the steel rod, d=2 in. The original length of the rod, l=10 ft. The...Chapter 12, Problem 12.1PChapter 13, Problem 13.1PChapter 14, Problem 14.1PChapter 15, Problem 15.1PGiven Information: Uniformly distributed load is given as 2.1 kips/ft with the span that is simple...Given information: For the given 100mm by 100mm timber beam, we have a diagram as below: We have...Chapter 18, Problem 18.1PGiven: The lap joint is single shear. So, n=1 The diameter of the bolt is d=78'' ASTM A36 steel...Given: Diameter of water pipe Di=9ft Wall thickness of steel plate t=1316in=0.8125in Internal...Given: Tensile yield strength of beam sy=50ksi Point load on the beam P=15kips Calculation: The...

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