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STATICS . TOPIC – FORCES ACTING AT A POINT. RESULTANT AND COMPONENTS. RESULTANT AND COMPONENTS.

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TOPIC – FORCES ACTING AT A POINT

If two or more forces act upon a rigid body and if a single force can be found such that the effect of it upon the body is same as that of all the forces taken together, then the single force is called the RESULTANT of the forces and the given forces themselves are called COMPONENT OF FORCES.

Forces are said to be in EQUILLIBRIUM if there is no resultant force.

If two forces acting at a point be represented in magnitude and direction by the two sides of a parallelogram through the point of application , their resultant will be completely represented by the diagonal of the parallelogram through that point.

C

R

Q

O

P

A

OA + OB = OC

Let two given forces P and Q acting at at an angle α be represented in magnitude and direction by OA and OB resp.. Complete the parallelogram OABC then the resultant R is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal OC.Draw CD perpendicular to OA as in fig.

C

R

Q

α

180-α

θ

α

O

P

A

OA + OB = OC

Since AC and OB are the parallel and equal ,therefore AC will also represent the force Q.

Also since angle AOB=α, thus angle CAD=α and 180- α in fig.

And CD=AC sinα=Q sinα

OD=OA-DA

= P-Q cos (180-α )

= P+Q cosα

CD=Q sinα

OD=P+Q cosαandCD=Qsinα

Now in right angle OCD will also represent the force Q.OC²=OD²+CD²R=(P+QCOSα)+(Qsinα)R=sqrt(P²+Q²+2Pqcosα)andtanθ=CD/OD =Qsinα/(P+Qcosα)

DEDUCTIONS will also represent the force Q.

### COR.1 will also represent the force Q.if ø be the angle which the resultant makes with OB ,then tan ø = P sin α/(Q+P cosα)

COR.2 will also represent the force Q.

• If the two forces P and Q are perpendicular to one another i.e. if α=π/2

• Then

R=√(P²+Q²+2PQcosπ/2)

R=√(P²+Q²)

And

Tanθ=Qsin π /2/(P+Qcos π /2)=Q/P

COR.3 will also represent the force Q.

• If P=Q i.e. if two forces are equal then

R=√(P²+P²+2P²cosα)

=√(2P²(1+cosα))

=√(2P²(2cos²α/2))

therefore R=2Pcosα/2

And tanθ=Psinα/(P+Pcosα)=sinα/(1+cosα)

=tanα/2

θ =α/2

COR 4. will also represent the force Q.

• If P>Q, then P+Qcosα>Q+Qcosα

i.e (P+Qcosα)/(Qsinα)>(Q+Qcosα)/(Qsinα)

Dividing throughout by Qsinα,we get

Qsinα/(P+Qcosα)<sinα/(1+cosα)

Tanθ<(2sinα/2.cosα/2)/2cosα/2

Tanθ<tanα/2

θ<α/2

COR. 5 will also represent the force Q.

• Maximum value of resultant:

We have

R²=P²+Q²+2PQcosα……………………………(1)

From (1)

R is maximum when cosαis maximum .But maximum value of cosα=1

i.e. Whenα=0˚

Therefore R²=P²+Q²+2PQ=(P+Q)²

R=P+Q

COR.6 will also represent the force Q.

• Minimum value of resultant:

We have R²=P²+Q²+2PQcosα…………..(1)

From (1), R is minimum when cosαis minimum. But minimum value of cosα=-1

i.e. α=180˚

Therefore ,R²=P²+Q²+2PQ(-1)

R²=(P-Q)²

Therefore ,R=P-Q

EXAMPLE :1 will also represent the force Q.

• Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two forces of magnitudes 12N and 14N ,acting at a point and inclined to each other at an angle of 45 ˚.

B will also represent the force Q.

C

14

R

45˚

θ

O

A

12

SOLUTION will also represent the force Q.

• Let P=12N , Q=14N and let R be the resultant acting at O ,making an angle θ with P (=12N) .also α= 45˚

• Therefore R=√(P²+Q²+2PQcosα)

=√((12)²+(14)²+2.12.14.cos45˚)

=√(144+196+168.√2)

=√(144+196+168.(1.414))

=√577.552

=24.03N

Also will also represent the force Q.

Tanθ=Qsinα/(P+Qsinα)

=14.sin45˚/(12+14.sin45˚)

=14.(1/√2)/(12+14.(1/√2))

=14/(12.√2+14)

=0.45

Therefore

θ=tan¹־ (0.45)

Thus the resuLtantis of magnitude 24.03N and makes an angle of tan ¹־(0.45)with the direction

Of force 12N.

ASSIGNMENT will also represent the force Q.

1.Two forces of magnitudes 8N and 6N acts at a point and the angle between them is 60 ˚.find the magnitude and direction of their resultant ?2. Find the angle between two forces P,P when the square of their resultant is equal to (2-√3) times their product?

3.Two forces acting at a point are such that if the direction of one is reversed the direction of resultant is turned through a right angle prove that the forces must be equal in magnitude?4.Two forces P and Q have a resultant R .if the force P be increased then the new resultant bisect the angle between R and P .find the increase in P?

5.When two equal forces are inclined at an angle 2 direction of one is reversed the direction of resultant is turned through a right angle prove that the forces must be equal in magnitude?α their resultant is twice as great as when they are inclined at an angle 2β . Prove that cosα=2cosβ ?6.The resultant R of forces P and Q makes an angle 2θ with the line of action P .P is now replaced by P+R , Q remaining unchanged .show that the resultant makes an angle θ with P?

TEST direction of one is reversed the direction of resultant is turned through a right angle prove that the forces must be equal in magnitude?NOTE: do any two ?

1.To find the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two forces acting at a point ?2.Two forces P and 2P acts on a particle if the first be doubled and the second be increased by 10 kg weight . The direction of the resultant is unaltered . Find the value of P?

3. The resultant of forces P and Q is R .if Q be doubled ,R is doubled, if Q be reversed , R is again doubled . Show thatP²:Q²:R²=2:3:2orP:Q:R=√2:√3:√24. two forces P+Q and P-Q makes an angle 2α with one another and their resultant makes an angle ‘θ’with the bisector of angle between them .show that Ptanθ=Qtanα?