# Civil Engineering - Applied Mechanics

Exercise : Applied Mechanics - Section 1

- Applied Mechanics - Section 1
- Applied Mechanics - Section 2
- Applied Mechanics - Section 3
- Applied Mechanics - Section 4
- Applied Mechanics - Section 5

46.

The c.g. of a thin hollow cone of height

*h*, above its base lies on the axis, at a height of47.

Two forces act an angle of 120°. If the greater force is 50 kg and their resultant is perpendicular to the smaller force, the smaller force is

48.

The C.G. of a right circular cone lies on its axis of symmetry at a height of

49.

A uniform rod 9 m long weighing 40 kg is pivoted at a point 2 m from one end where a weight of 120 kg is suspended. The required force acting at the end in a direction perpendicular to rod to keep it equilibrium, at an inclination 60° with horizontal, is

50.

If a particle is projected inside a horizontal tunnel which is 554 cm high with a velocity of 60 m per sec, the angle of projection for maximum range, is

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