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Yet when the heavier beam is placed on the supports it remains in equilibrium, showing that the inaninlate pyramids perform the same adjust­ ments as the human arms. How do the pyramids know what force to e;

The'string force F is statically indeterminate. 26 The ordinary domestic faucet works on the same principle as a jack screw. To stop the flow of water we turn the handle of the faucet, which is con­ nected to a screw. The push of the screw forces a compressible washer against the opening of the supply pipe. This shuts off the water. Figure 328 shows a so-called gate valve, often used in industrial installa­ tions where fluid p'·Bssures are great and where changing a washer would be a problem. The valve is made entirely of metal and contains no washers.

What we have just found applies to any number of forces. If the resultant . zero, the b0 dY will force of a system of forces acting on a body IS . not translate: its center of gravity will remain in the same place. The body may . - 6 X 2 - 1 X 1 + 13 X 1 =0 However, the body is in equilibrium not only because the moments of the IOrces balance about the fulcrum. This is only part of the picture. 0 newtons. If we take into account all the forces acting on the lever, including the upward force at the fulcrum, we find that their resultant moment is zero not only about the fulcrum but also about any other point.

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