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Application of Newton’s Laws: Concurrent Forces and Lami’s Theorem

A collection of forces is said to be concurrent, if the lines of forces act at a common point.

Concurrent Forces and Lami’s Theorem

A collection of forces is said to be concurrent, if the lines of forces act at a common point. Figure 3.19 illustrates concurrent forces.

Concurrent forces need not be in the same plane. If they are in the same plane, they are concurrent as well as coplanar forces.



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