Lami theorem - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Explain lami's theorem:

Sol.: Lami's theorem states that "If the three coplanar forces which are acting at a point be in equilibrium, then every force is proportional to sine of angle between other two." Mathematically we can say that,

P/sinβ = Q/sinγ = R/sinα

 

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