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Free Body Diagrams. Free Body Diagram. Visual representation of force and object interactions Individual objects or members are isolated from their environment or system, illustrating all external forces acting upon it. Free Body Diagram Components. Force.

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Free body diagram
Free Body Diagram

Visual representation of force and object interactions

Individual objects or members are isolated from their environment or system, illustrating all external forces acting upon it


Free body diagram components
Free Body Diagram Components

Force

A straight line push or pull acting upon an object

Vector quantity has direction and magnitude

Direction is illustrated by arrowhead

Magnitude is illustrated by length of line segment


Free body diagram components1
Free Body Diagram Components

Moment

The twisting effort about a point or axis when a force is applied at a distance

Arc with an arrowhead acting about a point indicating direction of CW or CCW


Moment review
Moment Review

F

Moment (M) =

Force (F) x distance (d)

  • Distance (d) is called the moment arm. It must be measured perpendicular to the line of action of the force.

Point of Rotation

d

Line of Action


Free body diagram procedure
Free Body Diagram Procedure

A stack of three books, each weighing 5 lb, is sitting on top of a table. Draw the Free Body Diagram (FBD) of the top book.


Free body diagram procedure1
Free Body Diagram Procedure

  • 1. Sketch the isolated object.

What is the isolated object?

Top Book


Free body diagram procedure2
Free Body Diagram Procedure

  • 2. Sketch the applied and norm forces.

When an object is in contact with and is supported by a second object, the second object can be replaced with a normal force which is perpendicular to the surface of the second object.


Free body diagram procedure3
Free Body Diagram Procedure

  • 2. Sketch the applied force and norm forces.

Applied Force – Weight of top book

Norm Force –Reaction force pushing up on the book, causing it not to fall


Free body diagram procedure4
Free Body Diagram Procedure

  • 3. Label objects and forces.

W=5 lbf

PLTW – DE book

N=5 lbf


Free body diagram procedure5
Free Body Diagram Procedure

8 ft

10 ft

8 ft

45°

38.6°

  • 4. Label dimensions.

For more complex free body diagrams, proper dimensioning is required, including length, height, and angles.

W=5 lbf

PLTW – DE book

N=5 lbf


Free body diagram practice
Free Body Diagram Practice

Fapp

Fapp

Ff

Ff

W

W

FN

FN

Create a FBD for the children's sled pictured below.

θ

θ


Free body diagrams

Free Body Diagram Practice

Fapp

Fapp

W

W

FN

FN

Ff

Ff

Create a FBD for the refrigerator pictured below.

θ

θ


Free body diagram practice1
Free Body Diagram Practice

Ftens

Ftens

Ftens

WM1

WM2 + W pulley

Create a FBD for the pulley system pictured below.

FBD of M1:

FBD of the movable pulley:

M2

M1

Tension Forces (Ftens ) are equal throughout the system.


Free body diagram reactions
Free Body Diagram Reactions

  • Different types of support reactions:

  • Cable, rope, or chain

  • Pin

  • Roller

  • Built-in end – Cantilever

To aid in completing free body diagrams, connections are often identified with letters.


Cable support
Cable Support

  • Cable, rope, chain – Replace with a tension force only.


Cable support1
Cable Support

  • A sign with weight W is hung by two cables as shown. Draw the FBD of the sign and cables.


Cable support2
Cable Support

  • FBD of sign and cables


Pin support
Pin Support

A

A

  • Pin – Replaced with TWO reaction forces, one vertical (y) and one horizontal (x).

Force

Joint / Pin A

Reaction

X Direction

RFAX

Joint / Pin A

Y Direction

RFAY

Force

Reaction


Roller support
Roller Support

  • Roller – Replaced with ONE reaction force, perpendicular to surface

A

A

Joint / Roller A

Y Direction

RFAY

Force

Reaction


Common support reactions
Common Support Reactions

  • Beams and truss bridges are usually supported with one pin support and one roller support. This is called a simply supported object.

Create a FBD for the simply supported beam

A

B

RFAX

RFBY

RFAY


Built in end support
Built-in End Support

  • Built-in-end (cantilever) – Replaced with TWO forces: one horizontal and one vertical, and ONE moment

Create a FBD for the built-in-end cantilever.

A

MAccw

RFAX

RFAY


Summary support reactions
Summary Support Reactions

  • Contact– Replace with a normal force

  • Cable, rope, chain– Replace with tension force

  • Pin – Replace with two reaction forces; one vertical and one horizontal

  • Roller – Replace with one reaction force perpendicular to surface

  • Built-in end (cantilever)– Replace with one horizontal force, one vertical force, and one moment


Truss bridge fbd
Truss Bridge FBD

D

E

B

C

A

500 lb

  • Supported with a pin at one end and a roller at the other

Draw the FBD of the entire truss bridge.


Truss bridge fbd1
Truss Bridge FBD

  • FBD of the entire truss bridge

D

E

B

RFAX

C

RFAY

RFCY

500 lbf