Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsEngineering · 10 years ago

analysis of jib crane?

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  • Ben
    Lv 7
    10 years ago
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    Hello Ekwem and welcome to Yahoo Answers.

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    Analysis of jib crane

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    Mechanical Engineering: mechanics - force analysis on jib of crane ...Oct 4, 2004 ... force vectors, going in the right direction, mounting brackets: This is a simple statics problem. The answer lies in the construction of a ...

    "This is a simple statics problem. The answer lies in the construction of a diagram of the object (Jib Crane) and all the directional force Vectors acting on it. The load, The structural mounting brackets, the Cables, whatever is in your diagram that has a force acting on it. Then, an equation is constructed using the laws of statics. Each of the forces acting on your diagram must sum to be zero since this object is static. To do this, we must sum all of the fractions of the forces acting in the X direction to be zero as well as all the fractions of the forces acting in the Y direction to be Zero, and also in the Z direction if this is a 3-D problem. The solution to these 2 or 3 equations will provide your answer."

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    Question answered: 3-22-11 @ 1:12 PM

    Checked back:

    3-23-11 @ 12:20 AM, 3-23-11 @ 4:06 PM, 3-23-11 @ 9:31 PM

    3-24-11 @ 4:07 AM


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