## Problem 356 | Equilibrium of Non-Concurrent Force System

**Problem 356**

The cantilever truss shown in Fig. P-356 is supported by a hinge at A and a strut BC. Determine the reactions at A and B.

**Problem 356**

The cantilever truss shown in Fig. P-356 is supported by a hinge at A and a strut BC. Determine the reactions at A and B.

**Problem 355**

Determine the reactions at A and B on the Fink truss shown in Fig. P-355. Members CD and FG are respectively perpendicular to AE and BE at their midpoints.

**Problem 354**

Compute the total reactions at A and B on the truss shown in Fig. P-354.

**Problem 350**

Compute the total reactions at A and B for the truss shown in Fig. P-350.

**Problem 349**

The truss shown in Fig. P-349 is supported on roller at A and hinge at B. Solve for the components of the reactions.

**Problem 323**

The truss shown in Fig. P-323 is supported by a hinge at A and a roller at B. A load of 20 kN is applied at C. Determine the reactions at A and B.

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**Problem 322**

The Fink truss shown in Fig. P-322 is supported by a roller at A and a hinge at B. The given loads are normal to the inclined member. Determine the reactions at A and B. Hint: Replace the loads by their resultant.

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**Problem 250**

The cantilever truss shown in Fig. P-250 carries a vertical load of 10.8 kN. The truss is supported by bearing at A and B which exert the forces A_{v}, A_{h}, and B_{h}. The four forces shown constitute two couples which must have opposite moment effects to prevent movement of the truss. Determine the magnitude of the supporting forces.

**Problem 241**

Locate the amount and position of the resultant of the loads acting on the Fink truss in Fig. P-241.

**Problem 230**

For the truss shown in Fig. P-230, compute the perpendicular distance from E and from G to the line BD. Hint: Imagine a force F directed along BD and compute its moment in terms of its components about E and about G. Then equate these results to the definition of moment M = Fd to compute the required perpendicular distances.

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