## Problem 004-ms | Method of Sections

strong>Problem 004-ms

For the truss shown in Fig. T-05, find the internal fore in member BE.

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Problem 423 - Howe Roof Truss by Method of Sections

**Problem 423**

Use the method of sections to determine the force acting in members DF, EF, and EG of the Howe truss described in Problem 409.

**Solution 423**

Problem 417 - Roof Truss by Method of Sections

**Problem 417**

Using the method of sections, determine the force in members BD, CD, and CE of the roof truss shown in Fig. P-417.

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strong>Problem 004-ms

For the truss shown in Fig. T-05, find the internal fore in member BE.

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**Problem 002-ms**

The roof truss shown in Fig. T-03 is pinned at point A, and supported by a roller at point H. Determine the force in member DG.

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Problem 410 Pratt Roof Truss - Method of Joints

**Problem 410**

Determine the force in each member of the Pratt roof truss shown in Fig. P-410.

Problem 409 Howe Roof Truss - Method of Joints

**Problem 409**

Determine the force in members AB, BD, BE, and DE of the Howe roof truss shown in Fig. P-409.

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Problem 404 Roof Truss - Method of Joints

**Problem 404**

Determine the forces in the members of the roof truss shown in Fig. P-404.

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**Problem 335**

The roof truss in Fig. P-335 is supported by a roller at A and a hinge at B. Find the values of the reactions.

**Solution 335**

**Problem 267**

The Howe roof truss shown in Fig. P-267 carries the given loads. The wind loads are perpendicular to the inclined members. Determine the magnitude of the resultant, its inclination with the horizontal, and where it intersects AB.