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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITY OF THE CORDILLERAS MECH 1 STATICS OF RIGID BODIES MODULE 2: RESULTANTS OF FORCE SYSTEMS UNIT 4: RESULTANT OF NON-CONCURRENT FORCES Prepared by: Brian Jhay Guzman, CE, RMP, ME-1 UNIT LEARNING OUTCOMES In this unit, here are the following desired learning outcomes: ✘ Define the resultant of non-concurrent forces. ✘ Solve the resultant of non-concurrent forces. 2 RESULTANT OF A NON-CONCURRENT FORCE SYSTEM 3 NON-CONCURRENT FORCE SYSTEMS If we were to summarize the two types of force systems that were discussed so far, namely the concurrent and parallel force system. We can easily say that for concurrent force systems, the forces have a common point of intersection but with varying directions for their lines of action. Meanwhile for a parallel force system, these forces no longer have a common point of intersection, instead are now having the same direction for their lines of action. The last type of force system that will be discussed; the nonconcurrent force system, will not have a common point of intersection for all the forces like the parallel force system, but; similar to the concurrent force system will now have varying directions for the lines of action of the forces. 4 RESULTANT OF A NON-CONCURRENT FORCE SYSTEMS It is necessary to remember that the resultant of a force system is defined by a force which produce the same effect as the original set of forces. 𝑀𝑎𝑔𝑛𝑖𝑡𝑢𝑑𝑒: 𝐷𝑖 ...
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