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# Equilibrant Force

The force required to keep a system of forces in equilibrium is called the equilibriant of the system.

In the example above the two forces F1 and F2 can be added to F(1,2)

The equilibrant E acting in the opposite direction of F(1,2) keeps the system in balance.

## Related Topics

### • Mechanics

The relationships between forces, acceleration, displacement, vectors, motion, momentum, energy of objects and more.

### • Statics

Forces acting on bodies at rest under equilibrium conditions - loads, forces and torque, beams and columns.

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