Equivalent force f - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

If Equivalent force F and F acting on rigid body are not in line

Sol.: If equivalent force of same magnitude 'F' acting on the rigid body are not in line, then there is no change of the position of the body, As the resultant of both the two forces is the algebraic sum of two forces that are F - F = 0 or F + F = 2F.

 

 

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