A two-member truss PQR is supporting a load W. The axial forces in members PQ and QR are respectively
For the turss shown in figure, the magnitude of the force in member PR and the support reaction at R are respectively
@ Q moment is zero
$100\;\cos60^\circ\times4=Rr\times4$
Rr = 50 kN
Now,
Rr = $F_{PR}$ sin45
$F_{PR}$ = Rr / sin45
=70.71 kN .
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A two member truss ABC is shown in the figure. The force (in kN) transmitted in member AB is _______
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Consider a truss PQR loaded at P with a force F as shown in the figure
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