Magnitude of a couple - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Magnitude of a couple:

Sol.: For system, magnitude of couple is equal to algebraic sum of the moment about any point

If the system reduces to couple, the resultant force is zero, (that is ∑H = V = 0) but M = 0, that is the moment of force system is resultant.

 

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