The moment of the couple about any point in the plane of the forces is equal to the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between the lines of action of the forces. Structural and Stress Analysis - Page 30by T.H.G. Megson - 2005 - 744 pagesLimited preview - About this book
| Henry Smith Carhart - Physics - 1894
...distance. Such a pair of forces may cause a body to revolve around an axis. The moment of a couple is **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between their lines of action.** One couple is in' equilibrium with another when the moment of the one equals the moment of the other,... | |
| John Humphrey Spanton - Geometrical drawing - 1895 - 582 pages
...the tendency which a couple has to turn a body round an axis, ie its torsional raliie, is measured by **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** them ; eg PX BC (Fig. 353). Considering P alone, as to its torsional value (or tendency to turn a body... | |
| Architects - 1908
...Since these two forces, T and C, are equal, their moment, which is the resisting moment of the beam, **is equal to the product of one of the forces and the** distance between them. Hence we may write for the resisting moment of the beam M = Td' = Afd' = pbdfd'... | |
| John Duncan - Mechanics, Applied - 1908 - 333 pages
...follows from the above that no single force can balance a couple. The moment of a couple is measured by **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** them, called the arm of the couple. EXPT. — Using the suspended rod, Fig. 72, apply two equal horizontal... | |
| Ervin Sidney Ferry - Dynamics - 1908 - 182 pages
...assigned axis is - F^AB) - F^BC} + F^BC} = - F^AB). Consequently, the moment of a force couple equals **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** the lines of action of the two forces constituting the couple, and is independent of the position of... | |
| Benjamin Warner Snow - Physics - 1909 - 808 pages
...couple tending to turn the needle out of the magnetic meridian. The moment of this couple (p. 346) being **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** them, is, therefore, But if / represents the length of the little needle, BC can be expressed in terms... | |
| Henry Smith Carhart - Physics - 1910 - 623 pages
...of translation nor acceleration of the center of mass. A couple is simply a rotator, and its moment **is equal to the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** them, Fd. The perpendicular distance d is called the arm of the couple. The moment of the couple is... | |
| Harry Eaton Smith - Mechanics - 1913 - 269 pages
...-fo^ - Q I• i, II J jf *<? 19. Moment of a Couple. — The moment of a couple about any point in its **plane is equal to the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** the lines of action of the two forces forming the couple ; for, Let the couple be as represented by... | |
| William Ballantyne Anderson - Physics - 1914
...of action (F and F', upper sketch, Fig. 24) constitute a Couple. The torque developed by this couple **is equal to the product of one of the forces, and the** distance AC between them, and is entirely independent of the position (in the plane of the figure)... | |
| Ervin Sidney Ferry - Physics - 1921 - 732 pages
...the moment of the couple about the assigned axis is Consequently, the moment of a force couple equals **the product of one of the forces and the perpendicular distance between** the lines of option of the two forces constituting the couple, and is independent of the position of... | |
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