# Centroid Archive

## Centroid of square

Square is figure whose all dimensions are same. Centroid of square lies where, diagonals intersects each other. As shown in the figure. Example Find the centroid of square whose breadth and thickness is 5 ft.   Solution   Centroid of …

## Centroid of Rectangle

Centroid of rectangle lies at intersection of two diagonals. Diagonals intersect at width (b/2) from reference x-axis and at height (h/2) from reference y-axis. As shown below.   Examples Find the centroid of rectangular wall whose height is 12 ft. …

## Centroid of Straight Line

If the given figure is straight line one dimensional, then centroid of such kind of figures lies at a distance L/2 from reference axis. As shown below:   Examples A steel rod has total length of 50 cm. student want …

## Centroid By Geometrical Method

Centroid By Geometrical Method: Centroid by geometrical considerations can be used when the geometry of the figure is one of the following: Centroid of straight line Centroid of Rectangle Centroid of Square Centroid of Triangle Centroid of Circle Centroid of …

## Center of Gravity (Centroid)

A single point where the entire weight or mass of a body is concentrated is known as center of gravity of that body. Center of gravity is generally denoted by “G”. Centroid is another related term to center of gravity. …