Mechanics: Statics Distributed Force 2D Plane Body Center of Gravity, Center of Mass, & Centroid Draft for Information Only
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Body Force of 2D
Plane Body
Body Force of 2D Plane BodyWhen the thickness of a three dimensional body is small and uniform, the body can be condsidered as a plane body. The weight of the body is equal to the force exerted by the earth on the body. Center of Gravity of a Plane PlateThe force of gravity acts on each of the particles of the entire body. By dividing the plate into small finite regions or elements, the weight of the body can also be divided into small forces distributing over the plane plate. For a plane plate of n element, the weight of the plane plate is equal to As in the equivalent systems of forces, two systems of forces are equivalent at the point of interest, if: and By assuming the forces exerted by the earth on the elements of plane plate are parallel, the resultant force is equal to a single force in the same direction. Therefore, the magnitude of the body force of the plane plate is By denoting the position of the element of the plane plate relative to the coordinate system as xi,yi, the coordinates x , y of the center of gravity of the plane plate where the resultant force W applied can be determined by equating the moment of the resultant force W about the y and x axes and the corresponding mements of elements of the plane plate about the coordinate axis respectively. Imply Therefore the coordinates x , y of the center of gravity of the plane plate is When the number of elements n is increaed toward infinity by taking the limit as the size of each element approaches zero, the magnitude of weight and the position of center of gravity of the plane plate can be determined by, Center of Gravity of a Plane WireWhen the plane body is in the form of plane wire lying in the xy plane, the magnitude of weight and the position of center of gravity of the plane plate can be determined in the similar way. The derived equation is same as the plane plate, imply Although the center of gravity of a plate is usually located on the plate, the center of gravity of a wire is usually not located on the wire. Center of MassThe weight of an object is the gravitational force exerted by the earth on the body and can be defined as the mass of the object times the acceleration due to gravity between the object and the earth. Mass is the fundamental property of an object and is defined as the numerical measure of the amount of inertia matter of the object. Although, in general, the gravitational force field of earth is not uniform. For example, the gravitational force on an artificial satellite is not uniform. But for practical static mechanical problems, the gravitational force of earth acting on an object is usually assumed to be uniform at all places. For an uniform gravitational force field, Therefore, the center of mass is same as the center of gravity in an uniform gravitational force field. Centroid of AreaThe weight of an object can also be expressed in terms of density, ρ. For a homogenous two dimensional body, plate of uniform thickness, t, the weight of an element of the plane body of area, ΔA can be expressed as, Therefore, the centroid of area of a homogeneous two dimensional body, plate of uniform thickness in an uniform gravitational force field is same as the center of gravity or center of mass. Centroid of LineSimilarly, for a homogenous two dimensional body, wire of uniform crosssection, a, the weight of an element of the wire of length, ΔL can be expressed as, Therefore, the centroid of line of a homogeneous two dimensional body, wire of uniform crosssection in an uniform gravitational force field is same as the center of gravity or center of mass. ©sideway ID: 120400002 Last Updated: 4/4/2012 Revision: 0 Ref: References
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