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There are 7 lessons in this physics tutorial covering Moment of Force. Conditions of Equilibrium. The tutorial starts with an introduction to Moment of Force. Conditions of Equilibrium and is then followed with a list of the separate lessons, the tutorial is designed to be read in order but you can skip to a specific lesson or return to recover a specific physics lesson as required to build your physics knowledge of Moment of Force. Conditions of Equilibrium. you can access all the lessons from this tutorial below.
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Suppose you are trying to make a long bar stay in equilibrium on a pivot. Can you put the pivot under whatever point of the bar to set up the equilibrium? Why?
Can you hang a bar at every point and still pretend to make is stay horizontal? Why?
The above questions will get answer in this tutorial, through theoretical explanation and illustrated by various examples.
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|Tutorial ID||Physics Tutorial Title||Tutorial||Video|
|6.4||Moment of Force. Conditions of Equilibrium|
|Lesson ID||Physics Lesson Title||Lesson||Video|
|6.4.1||What is Moment of Force?|
|6.4.2||What happens if the acting force is not normal to the bar?|
|6.4.3||What happens if more than two forces are acting on a turning system?|
|6.4.4||What happens if there is no equilibrium in a turning system?|
|6.4.5||What if the bar is heavy and as such, we cannot neglect its weight?|
|6.4.6||What if the bar is hanged on a string?|
|6.4.7||Conditions of Equilibrium|
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