## Solution to Problem 113 Normal Stress

Problem 113
Find the stresses in members BC, BD, and CF for the truss shown in Fig. P-113. Indicate the tension or compression. The cross sectional area of each member is 1600 mm2. ## Problem 447 - Compound Truss Formed Into Three-Hinged Arch

Problem 447
The truss are joined as shown in Figure P-447 to form a three-hinged arch. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of the hinge force at B and then determine the type and magnitude of force in bars BD and BE. ## Problem 446 - Compound Truss Formed Into Three-Hinged Arch

Problem 446
A three-hinged arch is composed of two trusses hinged together at D in Figure P-446. Compute the components of the reaction at A and find the forces acting in bars AB and AC. ## Problem 443 - Analysis of Frame by Method of Members

Problem 443
The frame shown in Figure P-443 is hinged to rigid supports at A and E. Find the components of the hinge forces A and E and the forces in members BC and BD. Problem 438 - Truss With Redundant Members Jhun Vert Sun, 04/19/2020 - 06:07 pm

Problem 438
The center diagonals of the truss in Figure P-438 can support tension only. Compute the force in each center diagonal and the force in BC, DE, and FG. Problem 437 - Truss With Counter Diagonals Jhun Vert Sun, 04/19/2020 - 06:05 pm

Problem 437
The center panel of the truss in Figure P-437 contains two flexible cables. What load P will cause a compressive force of 20 kN in BD? Then determine which tension diagonal BE or CD is acting and the force in it. Problem 436 - Howe Truss With Counter Braces Jhun Vert Sun, 04/19/2020 - 05:58 pm

Problem 436
In Figure P-420, assume that counter diagonals act from B to E and from E to F in addition to the counter diagonals CD and DG shown in the figure. Assuming that these counter diagonals can support tension only, determine which diagonals are acting and the force in each. Problem 435 - Transmission Tower by Method of Sections Jhun Vert Sun, 04/19/2020 - 05:56 pm

Problem 435
For the transmission tower shown in Fig. P-435, determine the force in member CJ. 