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The truss structure ABCD is loaded with a concentrated force P = 2 kN applied at a 45° angle at joint D as indicated in the figure. All bars in the truss have equal cross sectional area and are made of the same homogeneous linear elastic material. The dimensions are H=3 m and L=8 m. Use the method of joints to obtain the axial forces in the bars and the Cartesian components of the reactions at the supports A and C.
Obtain the numerical values of the axial forces in the bars in kN.
Note: there will be factors of 2√ in your solutions. Do not use the square root symbol in your answer, just factor in the value as 1.4142.
NAB=
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NBC=
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NBD=
kN unanswered
NCD=
kN unanswered
NAD=
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HW4_1B : 15.0 POINTS
Obtain the numerical values of the Cartesian components of reactions at the supports in kN.
Note: there will be factors of 2√ in your solutions. Do not use the square root symbol in your answer, just factor in the value as 1.4142.
RAx=
kN unanswered
RAy=
kN unanswered
RCy=
kN unanswered
HW4_1C : 20.0 POINTS
If the elongation of bar BD is δBD=3 mm , obtain the numerical value (in mm) of the elongations of all the other bars in the truss:
δAB=
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δBC=
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δCD=
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δAD=
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1_A : 1.17, 1.17, 1.4142, 0.936, 2.35
1_B : 1.414, 0.702, 0.702
1_C:4.1, 4.13,2.647,6.646 
1_A : 1.17, 1.17, 1.4142, 0.936, 2.35
1_B : 1.414, 0.702, 0.702
1_C:4.13, 4.13,2.647,6.646 
4_2 part IIA RxA=4, RyA=0
4_2 part IIB RxE=4, RyE=2 
4_2 part IIA RxA=4, RyA=0
4_2 part IIB RxE=4, RyE=2 
anyone for 4_2:PartI

HW4_2: Part I please help!

4_2 part IIA RxA=4, is wrong !!
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