Free body diagrams of cylindrical rollers - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Free body diagrams of cylindrical rollers:

The two cylindrical rollers A and B which are identical, each having weight W are supported by an inclined plane and vertical wall as shown in figure given below. Assuming all surfaces to be smooth, illustrate the free body diagrams of

(i) roller A, (ii) roller B

(iii) Roller A and B taken together. Sol.: Let us assume

W = Weight of each roller

R = Radius of each roller

RA  = Reaction at A

RB  = Reaction at B

RC  = Reaction at C

RD  = Reaction at D

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