Determine the forces on bar, Mechanical Engineering

Determine the Forces On Bar

Two bars and a cable are used to support a block as shown. The two bars have negligible weight and the pulley is free to rotate. The mass of the pulley is 20 kg and the mass of the block is 80 kg.

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a) Draw the free-body diagrams of bar BC,bar AB, and the pulley.

b) Determine the forces on bar AB. Draw a report diagram.

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