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A Sebeitnan SHEER! /S/SLIO Bed GN: Begs 1 $ hipsngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, All sighs reserved. This mati protected und all copyght laws asthe cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material ay be produced in afro by ay ass, tout persion a Wifes the publisher. 141. Determine the resultant internal normal force acting fn the cross section through point A in each column. In (@), segment BC weiehs 180 t/t and segment CD weighs 250 Ib i (b), the column has a mass of 200 kg/m, (@) +12R,=0 Fy-10-3-3-18-5=0 Fy BBkip () +1. 3F,-0; F,—45~45~589-6-6-8-0 Fy 49kN pe #4 1-2, Determine the resultat interna torque acting om the ‘ross sections through poin's Cand D. The support bearings St and Mallow foe eng ofthe sha. Te-20=0 To =290N-m 1-4. Determine the resultant internal toque acting oa the ros sections through points Band C. © T)+380— sw =0 Tp= 150 Bt Am. =M,=0 Te 50=0 = soot Ans. set hpngesoluconars Blogspot com AED! *S/ETH: 002 GM" Seaw's. $ hpngootuconaros blogspot com ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs osorved This mts protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of is material may be reproduced aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. ALA A force of 80 N is supported by the bracket as shown, Determine the resultant internal loadings acting oa ‘the section through point Exquations of Equilibriams "ARE = Na Me ‘Ans. Va - Vy =207N Ans G+ Ma =O; My + 80008 454(03 cos 30°) 0 sin A5-(0.1 + 035i 30 “0555Nem Ans. ‘My + SDsin15%03 + Osi 30°) 80 cos 15%. cos 20" My = ~0S55N-m Ans [Nevatve sign indicates that M,, cs inthe opposite direction to that shown oa FED. he Da hpngesoluconario Blogspot com 1 Sebettnan SAEED) "S/GLIS Sed? EN Bea % $ hpnngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved: This mate protected und all copeght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No prion of this material maybe produced, in form oy ay ass, tout poms a Wises the publisher. 1S. Determine the sesultant internal loadings in the Skip ‘beam at ross sections throveh points D and E. Point is jst the right ofthe -kip lad, Ls ‘Support Reactions: For member AB cr eM 900(4) — 4,(12)= 0 4, =3.00kip SzE =o; B= 412A, = 0B, + 300-900 By = 6.00 kip Equations of Equilibria For poiat D AzR=0 Np=0 Aas. +13F,=0; 300-225 —¥p-0 Yo = 0.750 kip Aas. C4EMp=G Mp + 2250) —3.0K6) = 0 Mp = 135kip- ft Aas. Equations of Equilibrium: For pat E AER Men Aas H13R,= 0 600-3 — Ve = Ve = 9.00 kip Aas. AEM = My + 60014) = 0 Mp = -240xKip- nt Aas. [Negative signs indicate that My and Vat i the opposite direction to that shown on FBD. Besiear90 8; 3 Gee gee oe oe te hpngesoluconaro ogspot com 2, Sbettnn SAGER! "S/RLIO Det GM: “Beg 4 $ hp:ngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. 1-6, Determine the normal fore, shear force, aad tomcat ata section through point C.Take P = 8 kN, Support Reactions (225) — T(0.6)=0 T= 300KN SER,=6 mM0-A,=0 Ay = 30.0KN +12R=0 4-8-0 A, =8008N 7 i a au it 50075) Me=0 Se Me = 600KN-m Ans, Neetu [Negative signs indicate that Nc and Ve actin the opposite direction to that shown on FED. 1-7. Thecable wil fal when subjected toa teasion of2KN. Determine te largest vertical oad Pthe frame wil support fand calculate the internal normal fore, shear foree, and ‘moment al the cross section through pont C for this leading, Support Reactions: 43M = 0, P25) 2106) =0 P= OSSGEN = 0.33 kN Szp= 2-4, 0 A, = 2008N +1SR,=0 4,-0s33=0 4, Equations of Equilibria Fr point © Aze, =Ne = 200=0 Ne= -2004N stzA,=0; ver osms=0 Ye = 0533 kN (05333(075) — Me = 0 Me = 0400 N= Ans C+2Me [Negative signs inieste that Nad Ve actin the opposite direction to that shown oaFED. hpngesoluconaros Bogspot com 1 Sebeitnen SHORE! "GARLIE Sede OE Rege $ hpsinngosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved This mate protected und all copyght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay meas, tout posi a Wises te publisher. SLA. Determine the resultant internal loadings on the ‘ross section through point C. Assume the reactions at the suppor A and are vertical, ‘Referring to the FBD of the entire bear, Fig. 2, Gram, @ =A +605)+40)00)=0 4 Bering tote FD sega. A zE, = 0; Ne=0 Ans. HBR 1—6-ve=0 Ye=IS0EN A G30 eH 405) 750) =0 Me ADIN Am orn ‘oon Ne im Me Aye 750KN @ (b) 1% Patni test nr ing th oo ross section through point D. Assume the reactions at ‘the supports A and are vertical Referring to the FBD of the entire beam, Fig. 2, Geamy=0 84-05) Loe <0 Referring tothe FBD of this segment, Fie D, ime JE, basatast—Ha—t—t5m—4 BER, Ny~0 Am. 3(B) osm = =15 kN Sy.) + 300 G3mo= 0, 3m0.5) 4415905905) — My= 0 Mp 35095KN-m =sonenem Am Np @) (b) hpnngesoluconars lonspot com A Sbettnnn SHEER! "S/SLIE: Bee? A Reg e hpnngosotuconaro blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs escrved This mate protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No portion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any nea without pormisioa a weg fom the pblsbe. 1410, The boom DF ofthe jib crane and the coluana DE have aunform weight of 0 hf. Ithe hoist and load weigh 001, determine the resultant teen loadings in the crane (om ers sections through points A, Band C. Equations of Equiltrian: For poiat A “00 trn-0 Nano Ans. ante MEB- 0 Vy—180-300-0 V4 45010 Ans. a GEM = 0 Mg — 150015) ~ 30048) = 0 My = “125th. ft = -L125kip- Ams. [Neeatve sign indicates that M , cin the opposite direction to that shown on FBD. Equations of Equlibriam: For point tzn=m M=0 Ans. ATE,= 0; Vp— 580-300 = 0 Vp = 85010 Ans. C42 My =; —My ~ 550655) ~ 300011) = 0 My ~ ~6325 0-11 = ~6.325kip-tt Ans. [Negative sin indicates that fy acts the opposite airection to that shown on FB. Equations of Equilibrium: For point © o Ans Je ~ 250 ~ 650 — 300 = 0 Ne= 12008 = 1.20 kip Ans. Me ~ 650465) ~ 300(13) = 0 Mc = S125 b- ft = 8.125 kip-ft Ans. [Nepatve sign indicat that Nand Mf acti the opposite direction to that shown on FED. hpngesoluconars Blogspot com 1 Shine SHARD! /GARLTE Dede “Reg F $ piingosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in foo by ay ass, without posi a Wii fies te publisher. LAL The force F = 8b acts on the gear tooth. Determine the resultant internal loadines.on th rot ofthe tooth ie at the centroid point 4 of section a Equations of Equilibrium: For soction a-a “PERL = 0, Vy~ Moos I= 0 VA= 71300 NURB =O Ny BOsia 15° 0 Ny = 207 c+EMy 4 ~ Nisin 15°(016) + 8.608 15%023) = 0 My = US toia, ee P= 80 ozaia, Am. a6ia, Ans. SZ. The sky ook is used t0 support the cable of a scaffold over the side ofa building. I iteonsists of a smooth ‘od that contacts the parapet ofa wall at points A,B, and C, etermine the aormal force, shear foes, and moment oa the cross section at points D and E Support Reactions: +1 ERO Ny—18-0 Ny ~180KN (4EMe =O; 18(07) — 180102) ~ N01) = 0 Ny = 900KN % Ne m0. Ne=900KN Equations of Equilibria: For pot D 18kN SER-0, Vo- 90-0 Vo = 900KN Ans. HER=0 Ny 18=0 Np = 180KN An. My My + 18(03) ~ 90403) = 0 Mp = 216kNem Am. Equations of Equilibrium: Fos poi SER = 0 M0-V%y Vi, = 9004N Am. HER M0 Ans. (2 Me= 0; 90002) — Me=0 Mz = 180kN-m Am. 7 pngesoluconar Blogspot com 1 Sebaitaan SHRED! /S/RLIE Bet? GM: “Boge a hpsngosotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. 1%, ‘The lb oad isbeing hoisted a a constant speed ‘sing the motor M, which hus a weight of 90 Ib, Determine the resultant interal loadings acting onthe cross section through point Bin the beam. The beam has a weight of 4401 ands ied to the wall at Sxr=0 N04 Na= ~ 04tkip +12, = 0; Yp— 08-016 Vp = 0960p ~ My ~ 0:16(2) ~ 08(425) + 040.5) = 0 My = -312kip- A A-14, Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on the cross section through points C and D of the beam in Ne + 04-0; Ne= ~Outkip 4TSR)— 0 Me 08—0DK(7) 0; Ye~ 108Kip G4 SMe =O — Me — 081725) — a04cryas) + 04(15) Me = 6.18 kip For point: =2n- 0 Me-0 Ans an +1ER,-0; Vo 009-0044) 08-0; Vp~14Skip Ams ae 43Mp~ 0 — Mo ~ 0954) — 0.0414) — 0.841425) ~0 Tae Mp ~ ~15. kip Ans ore * nt tngesoconas onspt cm 1 Sebeitnan SHARD! "S/RLIE Dee? Rea & $ hpnngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mate is protected unr all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be oproducd in form oy ay eas, tout persion a wifes the publisher. Determine the resultant iateraal loading on the aan ‘ross section through point C ofthe pliers There pi at 120m som ‘and the jaws at B ae smooth hsm co Vo= 60 Me ~ 09m Son 20N "I-16, Determine the resltat internal losing on the oN ‘ross section though point D of the plies. [a 0mm hsm. NERR,= 0; Vp—2eos30= 0; Vy=173N ‘Ans. ©. OER, = 0; Ny 20sin30° Np=10N Ans. \ ie ft My an $9EMp~ 0; Mp — 20008) = 0; Mp ~ 1.40 Ans hpngesoluconario Blogspot com MER! EPS TEA: 8092 GL Dea 18 $ hpinngosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently als No portion of is matt maybe svproduced, in fom ory ay seas witout prison a Wl oa the publisher. Determine resultant internal loadings acting on ‘and section 5-b, Each section pases through linea point C Reerringto the FRD of the enire beam, Fig. 2, C+ EM4 =O Nysin4s%(6) — S145) [Np = S303kN. Referring to the FRD of this pment (scetion &-<).Fi.b 4ESFL= 0; Nye + S308 e0645"= 0 N,, = ~2754N Ans. REF) =O; Vora + S30Bsin 45" — 5 = 0 1askn Ams G+ BMe = 0; $03 45%3) — SCS) — Myag = 0-Mpay = 375KN-m Ans. Referring tothe FRD (section 6-8) in Fp. ERR = 0; Mg Sooeds' +5908 =0 My = —1768EN aN Ans. HIER = 0 Vig Ssin4s=0 Vy =3530KN=356KN Ams, GHEMe = 0; S30sin as) — 5015) — M4 = 0 10 hpngesoluconario Blogspot com 1, Sebettnan SRORR! "S/RPRE SeGt "Rege ao $ hpngosotuconaros Blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und all coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be produced, in foo by ay meas, tout posi a Wifes the publisher. 1.18, The bolt shank is subjected to a tension of $0 Ib. Determine the resultant intemal loadings acing on the ‘ross section at poiat C- hm Ans. r ‘Kee ~ Ans. See 1.19. Determine the resultant interna loadings acting on 6p ship the cross section through point C. Assume the reactions at the suppor A and B are vertical Atria tote Fete entie beam Fe Go ate 0; L010) + Hou — 09 =0 4, = op Retrial te FD of i net Fb Azr-0 M-0 Aa sto 18a —Le9)-@e)—te- Ve=Aspkip Am. CSE = e+ @r@K15) +Le10)— 1809) =0 Me=a1Stip-t a £066) kip £GM6) kip hpngesoluconar Blogspot com AED! S/SITH: R00? Sew 18 hp:ngesotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs escrved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘els No potion of tis meal may be reproduced, aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. “1-20, Determine the resultant internal loadings ating skip Spm ‘on the eros section throueh point D. Assume the reactions atthe supports A and B are vertical Retering to the FBD ofthe entire beam, Fig. a, cot = Lovo + 6x00 — 4,00) 0 4 Refering to the FAD of this segment, Fe b Sen=0 Ans. (10 -Vo-0 ¥n~0 Ans. My—180@)=0 Mp = 360kip-ft Ans. BONE) kip #GMe) Kp = ZONE) kip 1-21, The fopod stel clamp exerts afore of F — 900 N ‘00 the wooden block. Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on section a-a pasing through point A. Internal Loadings: Referring to the fec-body diagram of the section ofthe clamp shown ia Fig 2, ZF % 9000830 NON, g TON, Ans. Vg sins" =0 Vg = 450N Ans. GEM =O 9002) Myg= 0 Meng Ams. 4 30 @ a 2 pngesoluconar Bonspot com 1, Sebettaae SRORR! "S/RLTE Sede HN: Seage 19 $ hipnngesotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mati is protected undrall copeght laws as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of this material aay be produced in form oy ay ass, tout posi aise the publisher. 41.22, The floor crane is ured tilt 6l-bg concrete pipe. Determine the resultant internal loadings acing on the cross section at G. Support Reactions We will only nced to compute Fp by writing the moment ‘equation of equiltrium about D with reference to the free-body diagram of the hook, Fig. a CHEM Fex(03) ~ OSI)(05) Fey = 9810 N Internal Loalings Using the result for Fy section FG of member EF will be ‘considered, Referring tothe free-body diagram, Fi. AER - 0; 9810 — Na - 0 No ~ 9810 N = 9.81 KN Ans. +138, Ne-0 Am C+2Me =O Me = 0 Ams osm an th i Be= BON o my G00CFBI)N @ 1s :ngesevconss lgspat com MED! /S/SIEH 09D Ra 18 hpsnngosotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently ‘edst No potion of is material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means Without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. 1.23. The loorcrane is used to ft 600-kg comers pipe: Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on the cross section a Support Reactions: Referring tothe frc-body diagram ofthe hook Fig. a G+EMe =U B03) ~ 60081 ,05) +138, D, ~ anos) = 0 D, = S886N D, = 9810 Subsequently. referring tothe fre-body diapram of member BCD. Fi. b, G+EMy =U Fyesin7S°(4) ~ S88H(L.8) = Fue = 2742136N Sep=@ 8+ 2782130875 — 9810-0 8, = 271288, +TSA,=0; 2742136 sin 75° — Sa — B,= 0B, = 20601N 25m fteimidered eteringto the ice bd ape otis part shown a Fig le ae Sep-@ My +20 y= -DRBN-27EN Ams onl S180, —¥y—200=0 Vy =—20001N= 2064 Ams z 42M =0; My + 200102) = 0 Aly = —81202N-m AIDEN-m Ams. ‘The negative signs indicates that Nj Vy, and My acti the opposite sense fo that showa on the frce-body diagram. Go0r9eiyN @ By=Z0601N ©) 4 pngesoluconaros Bogspotcom AED! (E/SIEE: Se0? Seaw 28 $ hpinngosetvconanos bagspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate protected unr all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material aay be produced, in nfo oy ay meas, tout posi a wifes the publisher. “1-24 ‘The machine is moving with a constant velocity: I ‘nasa total mass of20 Mg. and its center of massislocted at {G.xcluding the font roller Ifthe foat roller has amass of 5 Mg, determine the resultant iateral loadings acting on Point C ofeach ofthe two side members that support the olla. Neglect the mate of the de members The feoat toler free tocol Support Reactions: We will only need to compute Ny by weting the moment equation of equilibrium about B wilh reference tothe free-body diagram of the seamroller, Fis. G+EMa = 0; Ng (55) — 200008K981)(15) = 0 Na = S8S1(0)N {Internal Loadings Using th rsul for Nth foe-body diagram of the front roller, shown ia Fp willbe considered, #3R,=0 2N=0 Ne=0 Am. S138, = 0; 2¥¢ + 585100") — SOW!) =0 Ye = 22295 “223kN Ams comme 5851(10°)@2) ~ 509812) —2Me = 0 Me = 4459.10 Nem 46KN-m Ams. 2O0OKGEUN SQOIGEDN Ne an Ny228-51000N 3) @ 1 tiesto gst om 2 Shetnan SHORE! /S/RLTE Dede HE Regs 3 $ hp:ngosotuconaros blogspot com 1© 2010 Peuson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs esorved This mate protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. 128. Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on the cross section through point ofthe signpost. The posts fixed to the ground and a uniform pressure of 7 h/t acs perpendicular to the face ofthe sign (Wade ~ 1050; (Wp), = 10516 (May ~ 105075} = 0: (Me), = 7881040 (a = W503) = 0; (Ta), = 5251-1 rats ea, 1-26, The shafts supported at its ends by two bearings A and B and ie subjected to the Torees applied to the pulleys fixed to the shalt, Determine the resultant internal loadings acting oa the eros section located at point C:The S00-N forees act inthe ~ direction and the 00-N forces fact in the + direction. The journal beariags at A and exert only r2nd 2 components of force onthe shaft. (Wo), + 1000 —750= 0; (We) = -250N (Wey = 0 Wo, + 20= 0, (Was = 290 (Me), + 24045) = 0; (Me) = ~108N-m oyy=0 Ams (We), — 10002) + 789048) = 0; (Me), = -138N-m_ Ans. eS “Ze ae « 16 hpngesoluconars Blogspot com A, Stetina SHORD /S/SLTE Bede "Sage TE $ hp:ngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected undrall copsght laws asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of this material aay be uproducd, in form oy ay ass, tout posi a wii fos the publisher. 1.27. ‘The pipe has a mass of 12 ke/m. It ie fixed to the x wall at A determine the resultant intemal loadings ating on the cross sction at B. Neglect the weight ofthe wrench CD. BA= 0 (Ns = An. R= 0 Waly Am. FO; Wy). ~ 6 + ~ (02\(12V981) ~ (0412981) = 0 (Wp). = 70.6 Ans EM, = 0; (Ty), + 6004) ~ 60(04) ~ (04(1249.81)002) ~ 0 (Ty), = 942m Ans BM, ~ 0; (Maly + (O2}2N981V(0.1) + (04(12K9.81}(02) ~ 6X03) ~ 0 (My), = 623N-m Ans Ans. 17 hpngesotuconario Bogspot com 1, Stee tean SHORM! SABLE 9eG> GAT "Ream TH $ hpngosotuconaro Blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘est No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa fora or by any nea without pormisioa a weg fom the publsbe. 1-28, ‘The brace snd dil bit is wed to dail hole at 0.16 the dil bit ams when the brace i sujosted tothe foroes show, determine the resultnt internal loadings ating on the cross section ofthe dil it at. R=0 Internal Loading: Referring tothe fre-body diagram ofthe section of the drill and brace shown in Fie, SR=0 (Va). —30=0 (v)). = 300 Ans. 3, (Na), -99=0 (n,), = 300 As. (Va), —10=0 (ade ‘Ans. (Maje~ 10225) <0 (Ma),= 2250-8 Ans (14), - 30023) =0 (Ty), = 2251-8 Ans. (M).+ 300.25) =0 (My). = -375 8 Ans. ‘Toe negative sign indicates that (M,), acs inthe opposite sense to that shown on the fre-body diagram. 18 pnngesoluconaro Bogspot com AED! S/SILH: DeG2 GM: "Seg 2h hpnngestuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati protected undrall copsght aw as they cateatly ais No portion of this material aay be produced, in form oy ay ass, tout perms a wis the publisher. +1-29, The curved sod has radius rand is fixed to the wall at B. Determine the resultant internal loadings acing ‘on the cross section through A whichis located tan angle 8 {rom the horizontal Equations of Equilibrium: For poiat A NIZE 0 Pome —N4-0 Ng Pose Ans. ZESF,= 0b Vq~ Pain Va = Psing Ans. (AEM =O; My — Ple(t — e089)] = 0 My = Pr(l ~ cos) Ans. 19 hpngesoluconaro onspot com 1 Sheet SAORR! /S/RLRE Dede RE Reng :28- hpngosotuconaro blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is material may be reproduce, aa for ot by any means without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. 1-88, A differential clement tnken from » curved bar wevae Tar showa inthe figure. Show that dN jd = V, dV /d =, aM jd ~ ~T.and dT edd = M. vay “of 3F,= 0; er) Neos + Vin — (W + aN) eos ZF, =0, + + av)sin w 7 nant von +a rannsa® rey varjeatt ® z 2 2 i rents Miners dt + Wr aiysn® 0a My rent wont crs arias saien-0 aw Save san athena ut avas 4 a, (1) becomes Va — an + Neglecting th second order term, VaB — aN aN rah OED oe 4, (2) beames Nav + av + 28H 4 Neglecting the second ordor term, Nab + dV -N QED aay 4,(3) becomes Maw — ar + Neglecting the second order term, Md@ ~ aT = 0 a aa OED ara Eq. (4) becomes Pao + am + M8 — 9 Neglecting the second order tom, Tad + ah aor OED 20 hpingesoluconars Blogspot com AED! /S/RIEE: Be8D Sea 2 $ hp:ngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati protected und al copyght aw as they carteatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, tout posi a Wii ios the publisher. 14M The columa is subjected to an axial force of # KN, hich is applied through the centroid ofthe cross-sectional area, Determine the average normal stress acting at section ‘o-a, Show this cstribuion of sess acting over the area's ‘ross section, A= QC130}00) + (40,10) 4400 man? = 44 (107) 2 2.800 _ compa Ams. a ae saan, SALE The lever is held to the fined shalt using tapered 2 tem pia AB, which has a mean diameter of 6 mm. Ifa couple is plied tothe lever determine the average shear resin the pin betwen the in and ver. ‘ sm —| 200m aN aN =FO2) + 2KSIN) =O, P= BIEN ane Geom) Faso vm Y= 233 osname ase eres A A Si ve ~ 2 hits oso com 1, Sheehan SHOER /SARLTO S04S AE Reg Se hp:nngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copeght ans as they curently “edst No potion ofthis mate may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without pormisioa a wit om th publisher I-33. The bar has a. crone-scton A and is subjected to the asial load P. Determine the average formal and average shear siesses acting over the shaded Section, whichis oriented a 9 from the horizontal. Pot the ‘aration of these stresses as fanction of @ (0 = = OF), Equations of Equilibrium: SHDR= GV Poo AB = GN Poin 0 V=Peosd N= Psino Average Normal Stress and Shear Stress: Arca at @ pane, A o-& x V _ Peosa Pp Fin 1M. The built-up shaft consists of @ pipe AB and solid ain rod BC.The pipe hasan iner diameter of 20 mm and outer A SRN Giameter of 28 mum. The rod has a diameter of 12 mm, Determine the average normal stress at points Dand E and represent the stress. on a volume element located a each of these pots MD: Hk at Pao) oo ae aa NM © Ane 7 ME P__ slo) 707 MP: as le Foo meh = ed 2 :ngesevconss lgspat com 1, Sebettnan SAORP "S/SLTE SoG? GL Seige 2 $ hpnngesotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected und al copyght laws as thay cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be produced in at fom oy ay meas, out peso a Winsome publisher. rut aee ais area of 1.25in’. Determine the average normal stress in wget Dain isha ai mae ‘ i fe F Ans. ad a 5 selnactnitstr 1, Setettaan SAUER! /GARLTE Dede IE Reng OA =e hpsngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mate protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for oF by any means without pormision a weg om the publsbe. "1-36. The bats of the true each have 4 cros section acca of 1.25 i. If the maximum average normal stress in any bar isnot to exceed 20 ksi, determine the maximum ‘magnitude P of the loads that ean be applied to the tus. Join A ATE, =o 0+ (2h Fan = (1.86) tue eaene(8) 0 Joint E: 4 1EF, =o, (1533) — Fro Fac = (3.07)P fin wa 135.0 (2)fm- ane aane(2) <0 Sanam he eatne($)—wasne($)=0 ofeet ae Sole 24 pingesoluconars Bogspot com AED! S/RITE: Be? Sage 96 $ hipsnngesotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sgh reserved. This mate protected undrall copeght laws as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced in fom oy ay ass, witout persion a iis the publisher. 1-37. The plate has a width of 05. If the stress dst fa bution at the suppor varies ss shown, determine the foes P P ppliod to the plate and the distance dto whee its applie. a os!) ‘hrs “The resultant force dF ofthe bearing pressure acting onthe plat of area dA = 8c = dn. 2, AF = ayd ~ (15H)\QOhY OSA) ~ 75400 ahd [unr [sda rao P= 4010) N= 4OMN Ans Equiv requires cas om four rao [vw scot ax} — 400") a a= 240m Am MRED! SPSTES Rp ea OE hpinngosetvconanos bagspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, N. A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently als No portion of is matetial may bo suprduced, in form ory any eau witout prison a Wl io the publisher. 128, The two members used ia the construction of an 1Sin sp aircraft fuselage are joined together using a 30 fish-mouth weld. Determine the average normal and average shear mi na, stress on the plane of each weld. Assume each inlined plane supports 3 horizontal fore of 40 Ib. 7 N— annsns = 0, N= 2000 mony V0, V6 \ Pr Wh oa a = ae 1 mes Pee v 4 1.39. If the block is subjected to the centrally applied force of (AN, determine the average normal ses inthe ‘material. Show the stress acting on a differential otume tdement ofthe mater “Tho cross-sectional arcs ofthe blocks A ~ 016(03) ~ 0.0.2) ~ 0.12 a PB _ 0110 me AOD “The average aoemal sees distribution over the eross-sction ofthe block and the ‘sate of stress ofa point in te block represented by a differential volume element sxe shown in Fig. (104) Pa = 5 Pa Ans. 26 pngesoluconaro Blogspot com 1 Sebettane SRORP /S/RTIE Sed HE Rage SR hea hpsgeotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mate protected und all coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No prin of tis material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, tout posi a wie the publisher. “1-4, ‘The pias on the frame at B and C cach have a ameter of 0125 in. If dhese pins are subjected to double ‘shear determine the average Shear sires in cach pin. Support Reactions FBDA®) FEM, = 05 S006) + 3048) — B, (6) ~ D,~ 650m ten 2, ~ so 8 +1EF, =o 5-350 Foom FBD (0), +EMn= 0; G3) 30115) -9 G~150 HIER, = 0; B+ 150—300-0 By ~ 1801 From FBD (>) C#2M4= 0 15M(L3) + BG) — 6500) = 0 B= sis From FBD (©), by, c.-s15=0 C.= 95 Fe = 2 57 1S = 504241 Average shear sires Dias B and Car subjocted to double sheae as showa on FBD (d) vw A” F025) Cady (clay 6053 psi = 6.05 si Ams. Fe aan 27 pngesoluconars ogspot com 9 Shahan SAOER! /SARLTE Deed RE “Beige 28 hpsngestuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs escrved This mate protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of is material may be reproduce, aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. S11. Solve Prob, 1-40 asi fubjected to single shear, ing that pins B and Ca ‘Support Reactions: FBD(S) +EM,— 0: 5046) + 3008) ~ 9,16) -0 D,~ «80 F-50018 #2R- 0 -B~ 413A, 0 650300 B,—0 Ey ~ 350 From FBD (6), C+EMa =; C@)— 300115) 412A, <0 8, 4180-30-08, = 150 1500 150(1.8) + BAB) ~ 65003) = 0 B= 57516 0 C= 55th Hace, Fy ~ Fe ~ 2 SF 1D ~ soars Awerage shear ste Pins B and Cace subjected to single shear a showa on FBD (8) v soe (ibn Come ~~ aos 106 psi = 12 ks ‘An Scales vests rgvosent 28 hpnngesoluconaro Blogspot com 1, Sebettnae SRORD! /S/SLLO Ded ON: Regn 28 $ hpsngesotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate protected und al coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe oproducd, in form oy ay eas, witout pomisio a Wiis the publisher. 442, ‘The pins on the frame at D and E each have a diameter of 0.25 in. If these pins are subjected to double shear, determine the average shear stress ia each pi. Support Reactions: FBD(@) CFEMe = 0; 5006) + 30048) ~ D,6) D, = 65010 A3R= 0 S00-E,=0 E, = 30016 4TSA,— 0 650—300-B,-0 Ey ~ 350 Average shear sires: Pins D and E are subjected to double shear as showa on FBD ()and For Pin D, Fo = D, = 650 1b thea Vi, Yo __25 (oben Ay F025 (621 pi = 62s Am For Pin Efe = 2 SOF PSF = 610321 then ve = = 3081618 Ve _ 0516 (oon Fe FOR = erp ~ 622i Ams een © wes » ht ngesoconns nspt cam 1, Sbettnnee SRORP! /SARLTO Dodd NE “Bean 26 $ hp:nngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs escrved This mato protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion ofthis mae may be reproduc aa orm or by any means without permission a wet toa th pblsber LAB. Solve Prob. 1-42 assuming that pins D and E ar subjected to single shear. Support Reactions: FBDX2) GFEMe = 0; S00(6) + 30008) ~ 2,6 601 E S00 tb 0, =308 Average shear stress: ins D and E ate subjected to single heat as shown on FD ()aea For Pin D.Vp ~ Fo ~ Dy ~ 65010 vy __ «0 (Oe A HOI For Pin Ve ~ Fi ~ 2 300° + 350 ~ 610.321 Ve 61032, a, 1 psi = 22ksi Ans. aX lin Ye _ 1032, 1 (m= te = SO eae aes ps = ab am tra a eo dos Senta std A 17518 woman saad os vy oe weng hate sree dow i ie het inn ines ‘town, tenia te storage sonal wr seer on ite tee and eager thie tgs area sec {Gretped when's a hava th sue eet eng Merheded shor Assame hod sped soto hat date ee an pa won ie ewu te Sa hapredony etched ee eto hoes | bie in sa A= Hoxy03 + (06,04) = 020140? =| aye. ik P__ nsw A” Gaon ~ 99 PS ‘a Pattee stoce = Heeytay +2405) Pts f S05 pi iat 3 iipahatatien bia 1, Sebattnan SRORR! /S/RPTE Sedd Rege 3K $ piingosetvconanos blogspot com ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, I. All sighs reserved. This mato protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced, in any fom oy ay mass, out peso anos the publisher. 1-45. The truss is made from theee pin-connected members having the cross-sectional areas shown in the figure. Determine the average normal sicess developed in ‘each member when the tess is subjected to the oad shown, State whether the stress is temsle or compressive. sn oun ft- Sawn ©) bm va fe -B wom «9 bm sa vente Beme sm 1-46, Determine the average normal stress developed in links AB and CD of the smooth two.tine grapple that supports the log having a mass of 3 Mg. The cross-sectional area ofeach link is 400 ma +13 2{F sin 30) 29.8 = 0 2049 N G-+YMe = 0; Peo 20°(02) ~ (2043 cos 30°\(1.2) + (2043 sin 3")(04 cos 3) =o 19561 &N Ans. Mt pngesoluconario Blogspot com 1 Sebeitnee SAORR /S/RLRE Dede Rege 9e $ hp:nngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently “elst No potion of is mae may be reproduc aa ov or by any means without pormisioa a weit fom th publsber 1-47. Determine the average shear tess developed ia pins ‘and B of thesmoath two-line grapple that supports the log having massof3 Mg. Each pn has diameter of25 mm and is subjected to double shear. +138, 2(F sin 3°) ~ 2948 = 0 F = 2043kN G+EIMp = 0; P.e0s20"(02) ~ (29.43 cos 30°\(1.2) + (2943s 30*\(04 cos 0") -0 P= 13561 kN FOS 138 MPa Ans. 1-48. ‘The bosm i supported by 2 pin at A and a short link BC. If P~ 15 KN, determine the average shear sss developed inthe pins at A, and C. All pins are in double ‘shear as showin, and each has a diameter of 18 am. For pin Fy ~ 2 BSF TADS ~ 165KN _v_ msn) “a” Se 324 MPa Ans 3 hipingesoluconaro Blogspot com 1, Sbettnan SRORR! /S/SPTE Beds "Serge 3% $ hpnngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected undral copeght laws as thay cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe produced, in form oy ay ass, tout poison la Wises the publisher. 1-19, ‘The beam i supported by a pin at A and a short Tink BC. Determine the maximum magnitude P of the loads the beam will supportif the average shear stress in each pin fs not to exceed 80 MPa. All pins are in double shear as shown, and each has diameter of 18 mm. G4EMy = 2P(0S) + 4PCQ) + APCAS) + PLAS) — (Teysin YS) — 0 Tos — UP rata sw Ay = 95063P +138, = 0: A,=55P Fy = 2 CBP S OSPF Requie: v ua. Tog MY ~ oon P=370kN Ans. 33 hpnngesoluconaros Blogspot com 9 Sekine SRORD! /S/RPEE Dodd AE Beg 38 hpiingosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copyright ans as they curently ‘eds No portion of tis mae may be reproduce, aan for or by any means without pormisioa a wei om the blab. 1-58, The Mock is bjt 0 conpenive fore of ome ZEN Daemin the storage normal ad nore shat Ses developed inte word fr tte ered lng ‘ Son -ra100"mih pe ans he ™ 28 i ciiend ee iain gn (ES Fu as oe 1.00(10°) Seti ctaiyt eo ‘i ini Gera = Mee = EO she = fas 4 pngesoluconaros Blogspot com AED! S/RIEE: Bed A: Seaw 3G $ pinngoetvconanos blagspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und all copyght aw as teycateatly ‘als No prin of tis material aay be uproducd, in nfo oy ay meas, tout posi a wifes the publisher. 1LS1. During the tension test, the wooden specimen is 4 subjected to an average normal sess of 2 ks. Determine the aval force P applied to the specimen, Also, find the average shear stress developed along. section aa of the specimen, Internal Loading: The normal force developed om the cross section of the middle portion ofthe specimen can be obtained by considering the fee-body diagram shown in Fig. 2. +13R,= 0 Piy-0 N=P z Referring to the free-body diagram shown in fib the shea force developed in the shear plane 2-0 41ER, = 0% Average Normal Stress and Shea Stress The cross sectional area ofthe specimen is A= IQ) ~ Din’ Wehave N 4 2 P= 4(10%tb = 4kip Ans, Using the result of P, 2(8) ~ Bin, We obtain Vos _ 200) 2(40) Ih The aes of the sheae plane is 250 ps Ans. 1, Steet SAUER /S/RLRE Dede Reg IE $ hpngosotuconars blogspot com 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of material may be reproduced, aa for or by any moans without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. "1-52. If the joint ix subjected to. an axial force of P~9 kN,determine the average shear stress developed in each of the 6mm diameter holts between the plates and the ‘members and along each of the four shaded shear planes Internal Loading: The shear force developed on each shear plane ofthe bolt and the member ean be determined by writing the fores equation of equilibrium along the mombor's axis with eforeace to the fce-body diagrams shown ia Figs a. and D, respectively 3-0, 4-9-0 225kN 3F,- 0) 4v,-9-0 vy, ~ 2254N Average Shear Stress: The areas ofeach shear plane of the bolt and the member tee Ay = EO) ~ 22740"? end Ay = 4) ~ 0 especies 22510) = a6 MPa Ams ao Bara 36 hpngesotuconaris Blogspot com 1 Sebeitnen SROER "S/RLTE Sede Sage ge $ hpsngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected und all coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be uproduced, in form oy ay meas, tout persion a Wiis the publisher. 1-51, Theaveraeshearsress in each ofthe - dismeter bos and along each of the four shaded shear planes is not allowed to exceed 8) MPa sand. SOD KPa, rospectivel. Determine the maximum axial force P that can be applied tothe joint. Internal Loadings: The shear force developed on each shear plane ofthe bolt and the member can be determined by writing the force equation of equlirium along the member's axis with refereace tothe fee-body diagrams shown in Figs. a-and b, respectively 3R= 0 4h-P=0 Y= PIs BA= 0 4¥,-P=0 v= PIA Average Shear Stress The areas of cach shear plan ofthe bots andthe members ave Ay = = (0006!) = 28274(10 Sand A, = 0.1001) = 00tme respectively Weobtain (alo = 3 Ans. 7 pngesoluconarios Bonspot com 9 Seba SAOER! /S/RLTE Dede RE Seg Oe $ hpngesotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means Without pormision a weg fom the blab. 1LS4, The shaft i subjected to the axial force of 40 KN. oan Determine the average bearing stress ating onthe collar C and the normal sess in the shat 30mm Refering to the FBDS ia Fig. 2, +13R = NM=0 ON $TEA,=0 Ny 40=0 Ny = 40KN iN orth rst sine th sha edhe Bering ae of the alla a A, = (00) = 02250°)0 and Ay == (008) = 040°? Ts 40410) se sy pa = ARS ssn a= S66 ms 410) _ st gsiohpa = TR sims oom as0(u0h) oS = HUG) wy, 20K10") wt 0135 m = 135mm, Ams. 2, Sbettnan SRORR! "S/RLTE Sede Rage ES $ hpinngosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mate is protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe oproducd in nfo ob ay meas, tout posi a wis the publisher. ssembly i o be subjected toa force won ine (a) the required thickness ¢ of the belt if the allowable tensile stress for the material 5 (6)amy = 10MPa, (b) the required lap length if the give can sustain an allowable shear stress of (0.75 MPa, and (e) the raquiced diamoter d, of ‘oni q by Allowcbe Norte Sres: sg bel Wika - ~ a0 Pinney (eam =F 0) = 1000179 17800 aa = Allowable Shear Siex: Design of lap length 400 Gratoely = onse(u!) = Gas 4 = 001185 m = 11.9 mm Ans. Allowable Shear Stress: Design of pia ses. 00 Coamde= "Es (a) = 4, = 0.004120 m = 4:12 am Ans 1-77. The wood specimen is subjected to the pull of i shear sires 16 Tae . imcesions b and’ so that the spocimen reaches those 7 “srestessimltancously The specimen hae a width of 5 mm. Allable Shear Sires: Shea inition a S04") far) = 0010 20) ~ ange 0.1657 m — 167 mm Ans. Allowable Normal Sires: Tension liitation 104N 3mm Ans. yosond AER! *S/SITH: 092 Bee SO hpsnngosotuconaro blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet. NK A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is mei may be reproduce, aa fora oF by any means without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. 17h, Member B is subjected to a comprestive fore of 600 Ib. IFA and B are both made of wood and ace 1.3 in, thick, determine fo the nearest /8 inthe smallest dimension ‘a.of the support so thatthe average shear stress along the bie tine does not exceed Zan ~ 50 ps. Neplect tition, Comite een oe FD eter ten =. ae Sune (S)-n=0 (aticte dies apapeinmciaaetanna Sak? Axm-0% s-v-0 v4 01 The atea of shear planes A = 1.5(@) Thus, Usea~ 6bin Ans 6.4050 an @) 1 Shatin SAORR! "SARLTE SeGP TE “Reape ER $ hpingosetvconanos blogspot com 1© 2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay mass, without posi a Wiis the publisher. ‘Iniernal Loading: The shear force developed on the shear plane of pin A can be determined by writing the moment equation of equilibsium along the y axis with reference tothe free-body diagram ofthe shaft, Fig a 2M, © ¥eox) ~ 30105, v= 30a0)N Allowable Shear Stress 1.79, The joint & weed to traniait a tarque of T= 3kN-m. Determine the required minioum diameter ‘ot the shear pin A iit is made from @ material having a shear failure stres of rx ~ 150 MPa. Apply a factor of salety of 3 against failure Faaim Ams (a) 2M, =0; (ox) —T v=ur Allowable Shear Stress: The rent shea plane for pin Ais Ay = (026) these nt 14900(10- nt Using soto) = Tay T= 248437Nom “1-89, Detvemine the maximum allowable torque T that KR can be transmited by the joint. The shear pin A has a 100m ‘diameter of 25 mm, and its made from a material having a failure shear stress of rg = 150 MPa, Apply a factor of safety of 3 agaist faire {Internal Loading: The shear force developed on the shear plane of pin can be etermined by writing the moment equation of equilibrium along they axis with a ‘ference tothe fre body diagram of the shal Fig. + Olm, AS KN Am. 1, Stetina SRORP /S/RLTE Dede NE Regn EA. $ hpngesotuconars blogspot com '© 2010 Porson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, A sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘oust No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without permision a wit om th publisher “1-81, The tssion member is fastened together using v0 bolts one on each side of the member 33 shown, Each bolt ir has a diameter of 0. in, Determine the maximum load P that can be applied to the member ifthe allowable shear te88 FOF the BOIS 8 Fae N- Psingar —0 P= .usiw ) V— Pom oor = 0 paw e Assume ale det shears -n-—* eas @703" = 1096p FromBa.(2), P~339kip Assume rede to norma force: van = = —N— an =O OOF N= 2827 kip| From Eq.(2), 326Kip —_ (contros) Ans AED! SPRITE: B82 Rea SE $ hp:nngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und al coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material ay be produced in foo by ay meas, tout posi a wifes te publisher. 1-82, The three steel wires are used to support the load. If the wires have an allowable tensile stress of Caine = 165 MPa, determine the required diameter ofeach ‘vite ithe applied load is P = 6 KN. ‘The fore in wire BD is equal to the applied loa, Fyp ~ P ~ 6kN. Analysing ‘the equilibrium of joint Bby ceferring ois FBD. Fig a A SR,~ 0; Fyceos30? ~ Fagconss® ~ 0 o PSF, = 0; Facsin 30° + Fypsin as! — 6-0 e Solving Eqs (1) and (2), Fxg =S3TRN — Fgc = 4392KN Forwire BD, eae’) pn Fs MSC = FO dp ~ 0006804 = 6.804 mm Use dan Am. Am. Ao. hpngesoluconaros Blogspot com 1, Statin SAUER! "S/RLTE DoE? “Betas BE $ hipsnngesotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. 1.83, The three steel wires are used to support the Toad. If the wires have aa allowable tensile stress of aon ~ 165 MPa, and wire AB hasa diameter of 6mm, BC has @ diameter of 5 mm, and BD has a diameter of 7 mm, determine the greatest foree P that can be applied before ‘one ofthe wires fais “The force in wire BD is equal to the applied load: ie, Fpp = P- Analysing the quiibrium of joint by refering to its FBD. Fg. 0, Fac C06 M0 — Fyyeos 5" = 0 w TSR, = 0; Facsin 3 + Fypsin ase — P=0 e Salving Eqs (1) and (2), Fp 05966 P Fg ~ 07221 P For wire BD, 165(10*) ~ ok Fon P= 6a4994N = 62504N P ~ S003A2N ~ 5203kN Forwire BC, Poe on) - STP, Fae = Fei SU) = FT P= 440580 N = 4A3KN (Contos!) Ans. 1 Sebaitnan SHARD! /G/RLTE Dede Seige HE $ hpiingosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected unr all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in ny foo by ay meas, tout perms la Wiis the pubs. “1-84 The assembly consists of three disks A, Band C that are used to support the lod of 140 EN. Determine the smallest diameter dof the top disk, the diameter da within the support space, and the diameter dy of the ole ia the bottom disk. The allomable bearing stress forthe materia, % (uum ]p —380MPa and allowable shear street i Tae = 12S MPa, Solation Allowable Bearing Siress: Assume bearing failure for disk B. 3 140410) s(t) (tom 4, ~ 002257 m ~ 226mm Allowable Shear Sires: Assume shee failure for disk C. v _ e040) re) y= 001865 = 357 am Am. Allow eating Sires: Assume beating firs for dC P HOI) (7 hane asi(ug) = ae _— be SA) = Seis!) = 002760 = 260m Am Since ds = 276 mm > dy = 226mm, disk B might fal due to shear. vw) a ; phe RMI = 987 MP te = 12SMPA OL) ‘Terao, Am. “1-85. The boom is supported by the winch cable that has 4 diameter of 025 in. and an allowable normal siress of si Determine the greatest load that can be supported without causing the cable to fail when 8 = 30° and d ~ 45°. Neglect the sizeof the winch Pe ts on Gi M0) = Fae 117810 0; 117810 cos 30° + Fagin s5* 0; -W + Fypcom 45! — 117810 sin 0° = 0 1 Shine SAORR "G/RLTE Dott Regs SB $ pinngosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs escrved This mate protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mae may be 1oprodaed aa or or by any means Without permision a wg tom th publi 1-86, The om is supported by the winch ale that has ta sitonable somal sees of ray ~ 244s It ii ‘eauied that ite ale to owy if 590 1 rm 6 ~ 20° {oP = 30 determine the salle ameter othe cable 10 the nearest spin The boom AB haw'a length of 20 ft Neel the eof the wine Std = 12 [Maximum tension in cable occurs whe 8 = 20 sin20? _ sing BR = 118e" SER; —Teos20P + Fypcos 31.2? ~ 0 SPER, = 0; Fygsin31842° — 7 sin 20° ~ 5000 - 0 T= 206083 Fy ~ 2289610 P 206083 ie oF, aya - 2983. Bi Mao) d= 10880. |L#T. The 60 mam % 61 mm oak post is supported on P the pine block. If the allowable ‘bearing streses for these materials a0 Oy = 48 MPa ad Cyne ~ 25 MPA, determine the greatest load P that caa be supported. If figid bearing plate i used botween these materials, determine its equired area 9 thatthe maximum load P ean be supported. What is this load? wo 200 alas a © a 0) = G05) 05) P=90KN Am. For faire of oak post: P. P eg 80M = Go5y008) P= 1548 kN ‘Area of plate based oa strength of pins black: 1548(10)° asa) =< A= 619107) a? Ans ISSN Ans. 58 pngesoluconario Blogspot com AED! S/RIEE: B82 Sees EP $ hpinngoetvconanos agspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved, This mate is protected undrall copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in foro by ay meas, without persion a Wises the publisher. “1.88, ‘The frame is subjected tothe load of 4 KN which facts on member ABD at D. Determine the required Giamete ofthe pins at D and Cif he allowable shear stress forthe matcial i fy ~ 40 MPa. Pin C is subjected t© ‘double shear, whereas pin D is subjected to single shear. Refersing to the FBD of member DCE, Fig. GtEMe = 0; 25) ~ Facsin 45° (1) A3P,=0 — Facoosd5* - D, Roforsing to the FBD of mombor ABD, Fi, CHEM =O deo 45° (3) + Fgcsin 5° (15) ~ D,@) Solving Eqs (2) and (3), Fc ~800KN—_D, = S6STKN Substitute the result of Fy into (1) D, = 22634N “Thus the fore acting on ia Dis fy= 274 DF=25 F226 = 6.000 N NE Re Dy in Cissubjectedto double shear white pin D is subjected to single shear. Refrsing tothe FBDs of pins C and Din Fig cand, cospectively, @ Fac _ 800 ve= Fi = BM 400kN Vp = Fo = 6093 kN ve 400) ae 3; sant) - POD et =e tie d= am jis en Be 15m 6.09410 +f aoe 22; aecury = 58800 Fay? (b) dp = 00133 = 1393.0 Use dp = Mmm Am. Ne cat ce “> eeogshl Ae a (c) —_ ‘Fier800 kN bom MED! /S/SYEB: R082 Sea 6B $ hpsnngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Person Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet. A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any moans Without pormision a weg om the blab. 1-99, The eve bolt is used to support the lod of Sin ra Determine is diameter do the nearest a. and he required [eon thickness h to the nearest fin of the support 30 thatthe way | washer will ot penetrate o sear through i The allowable forma stress forthe bolts = 21 ksi andthe allowable ‘shear stes fo the supporting material 8 ray = 5S Allowable Normat Stes: Design of bolt size Pp 50°) Fon ai NUK = TE d= 05506ia, Used Allowable Shar Sires Design of support thickness v ~ 510%) ate = 33 500) = Soy Useh «0 hpngesoluconaro ogspot com AED! /S/RILE: D002 EN: Sage 6 hipngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved: This mate is protected unr all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in form o by ay mass, tout poison a Wiis the publisher. 1.90, The ste supenion yea of te moun bike's pond at Cand Sappred ty he eck rer 2b, it deg to tpn 2 load P= 150, Mem rept meine ancl af fi Bead ‘Getinoral set ag ine Teor ene Saatrahavog nue tcat ra oes BO MP, yas ganeieasdt anos Ine Leedigs Ts foes ting on pi 2 nd C ea te detenioed ty ‘omer the gel of te toy dam of te soe snpenson perme nt 42M. 150(04) ~ Fipsin dO(04) ~ Fupsou (0) = 0 Fao = 90836 N Sr = 0, C, ~ $905.36 ¢0s 60° = 0 H3R 0 s0s36sine — 150 G a yy SMSI6ON Fe = 2 GF G2 = 2 DEPT OE ren Siac tpn ae ia oa shes, vy, — 4 20826 yma = au9 Aloe Shea Sess Ge: tat Jan Fa Ne 003m an ‘Using this result, 60 iy as(ighy = SSS Ke Za? @) i y= 00070 = 708m as tan ake de = ono = 2 am a eangisceoresbonon sn 1 Shine SAORR! 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Its deed to support a of P= 1305, determine te aor of alt) ops and C api ttre ity te mc of asia ving tac are Seon of t= 150 MP, ia Bho dtr o 75 fda ChiradameteofeSeu, Hath paras sajeted teeter Intel Laadnge Ts fot ating on pit fd C ca be dete by ‘sorig the olvin of arb aga fe soe ssenon Syston sown in Fe SMe 10408) ~ Fas (04) ~ Fans tr1) ~ 0 Fao ~ 9536 N 6. ns36e00 50" 0 c-sm0N sams2ésinr— 100 -¢, ~0 6, ~ 264.206 03m _Jon i Fin SBSGN Fe = 2 TGP ~ 2 BRT ST = 65698 Sic ot ps rein ou shu, 591825 aon Fe _ as $9896 _oameey ye fe - S88 arn o. si a: i i. et te i oasm X¥Cy (0107S) = 44.179(10°%)m2 amd Ac ~ EOS") ~ 33.1810 60" Bp Weobiain @) Yo. 295008 sant 4.179010) 2284) seas 33.183(10-*) Using tee esas, = ra am @ tp gesivconn tot om 1 Shit SHORE! /S/RLTE SeGP I: Reage 6X $ hp:nngesetuconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw ase cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe uproducd, in an form oy ay meas, tout poms ait the publisher. *1-92, ‘The compound wooden beam is connected together bya boltat Assuming that the eanncctions at A,B, C,and D exert only vertical forces on the beam, determine the required diameter of the bolt at and the required outer tiameter of its washers the allowable tense sires forthe bolt is (;)aw ~ ISD MP a the allowable bearing tres foc the word % (aie — 28 MPa, Assume that the hoki the washors has the sme diameter asthe bot. From FBD (3): GC #EMp~ 0 FAAS) + 150) + 2015) ~ FAG) 0 AS Fy 6 R= 75 From FRD (: C+EMa= 0 FSS) — Fed) ~32)—0 SSF 4% Selvin Eas (1) and (2) yds Fe~440KN;Fe~ ASSN For bo soc 2m = tt = ‘06 m ba For washer 2 4 fan my Faso 4 = 00154 = 154.0 ie +193, The assembly is used to support the distributed loading of w ~ 500 It Determine the factor of safety with respect to yielding forthe sce rod BC andthe pins at B and 36 ks hp nngesoluconars Blogspot com 1, Setettenn SAUER! "S/RLTE Sed? A Rea EA $ hpngosotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs escrved This mate protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently ‘oust No potion of s mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormision a wen om the blab. 1.04, IF the allowable shese stress for each of the 0:20- in-diameter steel pins at A, By and Cis ras ~ 125 ksi, tnd the allowable normal siress for the OAin-iameter fod 8 uw ~ 22 Ks, determine the largest intensity w of the uniform distributed load that can be suspended fom the beam, ‘Assume faire of pins B and C L660 Fae 125 FS w= O520kip/ (controls) Ans. Assume faire of pins A Fy ~ 2 GwF + Rwy ~ 2404 w 12020 303) ane — 12.5 = w= 0735 kip) Assume faire of rod BC: 33300 me = 2 = = 0809 kip) 1-95. If the allowablo bearing stress for the mato 048m P under the supports at A and BS (e7)qioq—LSMPa, determine the size of square bearing plates A’ and B required to support the load. Dimeasion the plates to the nearest mm. The eactons atthe supports are vertical. Take 100 KN. Referring tothe FBD ofthe bean, Fig. +My = 0; Na) + 4001590075) ~ 100145) = 0 Np ~ 135KN +E =; 40(1.5)75) — 100(1.5) — NA(3) = Ng =250KN Forplate A’, Ne (ordain = For plate Ny fon =F 1500) ay ~ 0300.0 ~ 200.0 4 hpnngesoluconaro Blogspot com AED! SPRITE: DGD Bae 6S, $ hpingosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in fom oy ay ass, tout poms a Wiis the publisher. “1-96, the allowable bearing stress for the material the supports at A and B i (sew ~ 15 MPa, determi the matimum load P that can be applied to the beam. The bearing plates A’ and B have square cross sections of 180mm % 150 mm and 250 mm > 250 mm, respecively Refersng to the FBD of the beam, Fig. a, CFEMy= 0, NG) + 400151095) — PAS) =0 Ny = 15P—15 C+EMy = 0; 401590875) — POLS) —N4G)—O-Ny~75—05P Forplate eg ee asrao'y (leet TAS15) P= s05kN Forplatc B, (eoace = 28; S440) eas = a0) Pp 25KN_ (Controls!) Am. “1-97, The rods AB and CD are made of ses! having a failure tensile stress of oy ~ S10 MPa. Using a factor of safety of FS. ~ 1.75 for lension, determine their smallest ao Giametee so that they caa support the losd shown. The ‘beam is assumed tobe pin connected at A and C. oun ay sen Suppor Reactions: G+EMy =O FeO) ~ 5) ~ 644) ~ 4) = 0 Feo = 670KN CFEMe =O; 48) + 6(6) + 53) ~ Fygll0) = 0 Fag ~ 8304 fe fe Alfowable Normal Sires: Design of rod sizes Format AB he oa Fan 51010") _ 8.3010") face FS Ag! US ee yg = 0006022 m= 6 mm Am Forrod CD stor) _ 7000") 1S” dip ley = 0005810 = 541 mm am « pigeons gst om 1 Settee SAOER! "SARTRE DoE? A Boge AE $ hp:ngosotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs escrved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eds No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without permision a weit om th publisher 1.98, The slumiaum beackst A is wed to support the ‘centrally applied load of 8 kip. thas a constant thickness i Of 05 in, determine the smallest height Ain order to prevent a. shear failure. The failure shear stress is Tax = 23K, Use a factor of safety for shear of FS, = 25. Equation of Equilibrium: +1BA <0 V-8=0 V—800kip Allowable Shear Sires Design of the support size “ra V2) _s0000% ip ye 2 HOS) 17 As thip /aBhig 41.99, The hanger is supported using the rectangular pin, Determine the magnitude of the allowable suspended foad the allowable bearing sites (ay ~ 220 MPa, the llowable teasile tess 8 (¢,)uoe ~ 150 MPH, and the lowable shear stress is Tag — 13 MPa, Take ¢ = 6 mm, "Simm, and ~ 25 mm, Aechmea ae P (ae = 1900) = aS P=6TSkN Alfowable Shear Sires The pins subjected to double shear. Therefore, V = © 2 we v =i rangi EW) = Toons P= 650KN Alfovnbe eariag Str: Foe he sring ae » (eda = Gi 220(108) ~ aanans P= S508N (Conrost) Ans f 66 pngesoluconaro Bonspot com 1, Sebettnae SRORR! /S/RPRE Dede HN: Reage 6E hpsngosotuconaros blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mate protected unr all copeght laws as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be oproucd in fom oy ay meas, without poms a Wiis te publisher. Gimensions a and b ifthe suspended load is P “The allowable tensile strese Is (0 )ate allowable shear sree yyy 12S MPa. Allowable Normal Stress For the hanger 10 = (toe = 0mss3m = 533mm Allowable Shear Stress: Forte pia 2000°) ome v 12s(ue) = b=amsom 240mm Allowable Bearing Stress: Foe the beating ares P. 3005) (oo 2o0(.!) = Gang = 000831 m = 431 mm 100, "The hanger is supported using the rectangular pin. Determine the required thickness ¢ ofthe hanger. and 50 MPa, the allowable bearing sioss i (0,)uiy = 290MPa, and the on net ¢ on 1 : oi mm 50m am, veasom Am j fom Am pngesoluconario Blogspot com 1, Sebettnne SAORR! /S/RLLE DoE? MT Boge EB $ hpnngosotuconars blogspot com 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet. NI. A sighs escrved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of is material may be reproduce, aa fora ot by any means Without pormisioa a wei om the blab. S101, “The 200-nm-diameter aluminum glider supports om compressive load of S00KN, Determine the average normal tnd shear stress acting on section a-a Show the results cn 3 tiferentil clement located on the section. Referring to the FBD of the upper segment ofthe ylinder sectional through 2 showa ia Fis.2, 47EBe= 0; Neng 30060530" AREF = 05 Vong ~ 2005in 30° = 0 Section aa ofthe cylinder is an ellipse with a ~ C.1m aad b 1. Tous, ~ w(0.t( A=) - onsen: me ON 7462(10") Pa = 7.16 MPa Ans. 185(104) Pa = 413 MPa Ans “The dittereatial element representing the state of stress ofa point on section a-ais (eas 71a. ) Lara) ay i 4B MPa. () 14102, ‘The long bolt passes through the 30-mm-thick ie the fre in he bol shank NG determine the Sam ‘ average normal stress inthe shank, the average shear stress i Tm Along he elndrial ars ofthe ple deli bythe secon a Z iv lings and the arage shear sat ia the bot Res aloas 18m = the yids area defied by the ston fines ® sun) 20m sa = 208M Ams - AM Ans ie SM Ans a ht tngesouconas ont cm 1 Stetina SRORR! "S/RLTE Sede Reg Ee $ hp:ngesotuconars blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, I. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be produced, in form oy ay meas, witout posi a Wifes the publisher. 1.103, Determine the requied thickness of member BC and the diameter of the pins at A and B if the allowabl formal sess for member BC i gun ~ 29%) and the Mowable sear stesso he pts say ~ 10 Refertingto the FBD of member AB. Fea, S CHEM = 0,218) — Faesin 0°18) = 0 Fac ~ 9238 Kip a ‘3 2 sa 4 S2E- 0 92RoNGr- AL—0 AL A619Ri9 ae HEF, =0) Santa —28)4.4,-0 A, — 8EnKip HET 2k | “Thus the fore acting on pia. Ais By = 2 ES AB = 2 HIP TROP = 9238 Kip Pin Ais subjected to single shear, Fig while pin Bis subjected to double shear, Fi. V4 = Fa = 9238 Kip 4019kip For member AC ‘on, = BE on = FS Ans. For pin A, Ma awe = 3 Ans. Fee gin 8, Ans. o hprnngesoluconaro Blogspot com A, Stettenn SAUER! "SABLE Dede TE Reg =e hpsngesotuconars blogspot com ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, A sighs escrved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis material may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without pormisioa a wet tom th pblsber 1-404 Determine the resultant intemal loadgs acting on th conse sed vou pons an Eh ‘Segment AD: SER = 6 Mp—12=0 Ny 120K 4126-0, Vp 40225 +04=¢ Vp=-065Kip CAEMp = Mp + 02250075 + 04015) =0 My = -0700%ip-h Seement CE: AS, =0Me+20= 0 Ne=-200kip Ais SR ve=0 ts CHM =O Me=0 is sts, The pty Rel ued to the 2m damter ‘hateg nity ht seth soo cat tote paley a * state tthe opened tod hn s mam of 5 he ‘tetas te anerae sear drs ia the kay long recon qretiekeyiSiunty Semsqune nod 12m oop, Sm G2My= 0 FD) —asqrs) 0 P= 30r875 "we ~ A (amos (0012) = pss, ee 1. Tiers 70 hpimaesceer eet om 1 Shaina SAORR! SABLE Sed EN: Reg FE $ hpinngosetvconanos blogspot com (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No pmtin of tis material ay be uproduced in nfm oy ay meas, witout poms a wifes te publisher. 1.106, ‘The bearing pad consists of a 150 mm by 150 mm ‘Hock of aluminum that supports a compressive load of ‘GKN Determine the average normal and shear stress acting ‘on the plane through section ana. Show the results on ‘hiferental volume element located onthe plane. Equation of Equitibriume: $7DE,= 0, Vig Boon =D Vy 4~300KN REDR,=0) Niug— 65in 6 =D Ny g ~ S96KN iva es blige asa ic a ad asc 1 (you a1 a. in ree 5196000) _ soo xp Ams. - oR is bi. 3.0000) gypy < 4 “002598 ~ pheokl a ee 1-407, The yoke-andod conestion is suiected 10 a tonm tensile force of 5 EN. Determine the average normal stress ow in cach rod aad the averane shear ses i th pin A teen the members. Forthe 40mm dia rod: 20mm “sim Forthe 30mm ~ @F ~ 20000667 oo (Gy) we 2 = 90" — 42071" — 0381965" = 89.18852° DB = V/(@ODOTTES) + (BODOGETH — 2S DTTESY(3O0 067) BOR) adit DB = G00) + (400? = 500mm ‘seats 264014 9s cyg0 mayen ta. senor — en : 00128 — 4 — gn140°> myn on e “ i oe 209966 7m OR Stetina SAORR! /G/RPTS © TeGh SM: “Boas i= ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa fora or by any moans without pormisio awe oa the blab. 2-14, Twobars are used to support load When ualoaded, y ‘AB is Sin, long, AC is 8 in Nong, and the ring at Aas ‘coordinates (0,0) Ifa load P sets onthe ring at 4, the norma ‘Sean in AB becomes eq ~ 0.02 infin and the normal ‘Sean in AC becomes eae = 0.085 in fit, Determine the ‘ordinate poston ofthe ring de tothe Loa, Average Normal Strain: Lan = Lan + eanLan = 5 + (0602)(5) = 5.10. Lye = Linc + euchye = 8 + (008898) = 8280. Geometry a — VE ART ~ 6.7268 in. 510? ~ 9.2068 + 828% — 2(92268)(828) cos o-mar af = 828 608 317° ~ 60191 in, yf ~ 828sia 33317 ~ 45400 ia, x= a) = ~(69191 ~ 6.7268) = -0.102i. jie y= ~ 43301) = (45480 ~ 43301) = -0.218i0. Ans. AR Stetina SAGER /S/RPIS © TeRh SN Beg & $ (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected undrall copyght laws as they cateatly als No portion of tis material aay be produced in form oy ay ass, tout posi a Wiis te publisher. 215, ‘Two bare are used to support a load P, When ‘unloaded, ABs Sin. long, AC is in Fong and the ing at A has coordinates (0.0), Ira load is applied tothe rng at Aso that it moves it to the cooedinate position (025 in, 078i), determine the normal trai in each ba, Geometry a= VE—EROE = 67268 Leg = VOS4 OF + G01 > OE 5.1501 in. Lac = VCR UBF + GT + OE 82101 i Average Normal Strain: OR Sicheitnee SRORR /SARPTE - Seek EN: °Seage (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘east No potion ofthis mail may be roprodaed aan or or by any means without permision a wit om th publisher "216. The square deforms iat the postion shown by the dashed fines Determine the average normal strain along ‘each diagonal, AB and CD. Side D’B" remains horizontal Geometry AB CD ~ VSET SE ~ 70.7107 mn | CD ~ VET SR TTS ser = 795860 a BD! = 504 Stains — AB = VF TRE IRR = 703243 mm Average Normal Strain: $8.3874 mm tag = AB = AB ran = sosoas — 707107 TOOT 5110-3) mon As. co or sso — 70.7107 TOOT 126(10-3) mmm Ams S247. The thee cords are attached tothe ring at B.When ‘force is applied tothe ing it moves it to point BY, such {hat the normal tain in AB is 4g and the normal strain in (CB is eco, Provided these strains are small, determine the formal srsin in DB. Note that AB and CB remain horizontal and vertical, respectively, duc tothe roller guides “And C. Coordinates B (LoL sin) Coontntes of (Lend + eyp co, Lind + soya) Lane = 1 EETTT Bias Bal FEAT Y Dies +) Since ey and pare sal Lae = INT Ce oFOF Bee) seth aol theorem, Loy = 14 LQ eqgcos'8 + 2ecy sn°6)) = 11+ ean + cca) wis aL AR 'Stettaae SRORR! /S/RPTE « TeGh SN: Sage 4a he (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mati protected und al coprght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe oproducd in foro by ay eas, without poms a Wises the publisher. 248, The picce of plastic is originally rectangular. Determine the shear strain yy at corners A and B ifthe plastic distorts as shown by the dashed lines Shear Staite (oy 048 = 00116 rad = 11.6(10-5) ead Am y= 0+ 0) = -aptiered = —11.6(10°) rad Am 2.19. The ioce of plate is originally. rectangular Determine the shea stain 7, at corners D and Cif the Psi distorts a shown bythe dosed ines Shear Sean: (0) = ~Ka* 8 = -a0ri6rad = -11.6(10°) na Ams. (dy 0 +6 ~ 00116 rad ~ 11.610") rad Ams AR Stettenn SRORR "S/RLTE « TeGh A Rea $ 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently “eds No potion of is material may be reproduce, aa for oF by any nea Without pormisio a weg fom the pblsbe. "2-20, The piece of plastic is originally rectangular Determine the average normal strain that occurs along the Aiagonals AC and DB. Geometry AC ~ DB ~ Vi0F > 30 — 500 mm DB ~ VST IF ~ 506.4 mm AC = VPP SOF ~ 5003 mm Average Normal Sein: AC = AC _ 00s s00 fee AC 300) (0.00160 mmm = 1.60(10-") momen Ans. DB’ DB _ 064 ~ so DE 0.0128 mmm = 128(10°*) aya Ans 2-21. The force applied to the handle of the ‘cm causes the arm to rotate clockwise though an angle of 3° about pin A. Determine the average normal stain ‘developed in the wire. Originally the wite is unstretched Geometry: Referring to Fig. athe stretched length of Lp © the consi aw, be determined! using Len = Videos iF + (Wisin AFF — 0 coe \OGsind) cox 06155 m Average Normal Sirsa: The unsrctched length of wise BD is Lay obtaia 6m, We Lyp— Lap _ 6155 — 06 — $508 — oaass n/m Ans. 12 AR Rebeitnan SAORR "S/RPRE © Ted h MN Sage 1 $ (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate is protected undrall coprght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of tis material maybe produced, any fom oy ay meas, tout pension a Wines the publisher. 222A square piece of material is deformed into the dashed position. Determine the shear strain y,, at A. Ans. ate 2-28. A square piece of material is deformed into the ‘ashed parallelogram, Determine the average no«mal stain that oceurs along the diagonals AC and BD. Geometry BD = VF FF = 212132 mm AC! = VISIR SDF = DESRVIS DA 0s 90 = 21.5665 mm BD ~ Visi = 1527 — 205152 wT = 214588 nm a Average Nowmal Stain: ‘egg ACE AC _ 21.5655 = 21.2132 ae Fe 71a = (101665 mmy/enms = 16.7(10°2) s/o Aas. tag = BIDE = BD _ 214538 — 21.2132 0 = aD 21312 = 001134 mmy/mm = 113(10) mmjenm Ams. 13 OR Stettenn SRORR! "S/SLRE- TeGh Beg 34 $ (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mts is protected under al copvght ans as they curently “elst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa awit fom the publisher "224. A square picce of material is deformed iato the «dashed position. Determine the shea stain yy at C. AB, = 524(10-) rad Ans s2AS, The guy wite AB of x building frame is originally lunstretched. Due to an earthquake the two coum ofthe frame tilt @~ 2°. Determine the approximate normal tain in the wie when the frame isin this postion. Assume the ‘columas are rigid and rotate about their lower supports. Geometry The votes displacement is noligible 0349 m -tof-oor00 stapes AB = VE STOTE = 508416m AB ~ VP5# 5.0m Average Normal Strain: AB as 4 S08NO— 8 _ 165(10-2) ayn Ans 1“ OR Sbaitnan SAORD “SAGLRE ° TeGh SN Reape 15 $ (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved, This mate protected undo all copyght laws as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay meas, tout poms a Wiis the publisher. 2.26, ‘The material distorts into the dished position showa. Determine (a) the average normal stains along Sides AC and CD and the shear strain 7, at Fan (B) the sverage aormal strain along line BE. Referring to Fig. Lae = VOO~T5F + OF = V6 en Lac = VIO IS = VII mm Leg = 80-15 +25 = 00mm v(m When te a5. ate deforms the vertical position of point B and E do not change. Log = 135mm Lae ~ 1875 0m, Le = VGO~ TY = = TIS > ITY = VIIA mm Th duc bac (es)a0= ee Am sep = te (olen = B= Am (eal = Beans» VIBTSE —VEB ossmmimm A Ta VS Referring 1o Fig a, the ange at comer F becomes lager than 90° after the plate deforms, Ths. the sheae strain is negative 0245 rad Am. AR Sbettnan SRORR! "SARPTE - TeGh Regs IE '© 2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. te 2.27. The material distorts into the dashed position showa. Determine the average normal straia that occurs along the diagonals AD and CF. “The undeformed length of diagonals AD and CF are Law = ben = VF TOR = V6400 mm ‘The deformed length of diagonals AD and CP are Lag = VQO> BP +E = VHS Ler = VGO~ 5 + 10 = Vi mm Thos, Lay — Lan _-VINS — V6 (0) ay = Pa — Ba VRS — VICI 6139 s/n Ans oe re Vie ‘ — bee ber VIS — VIE 5.4567 n/n (on)er = = Bax 0657 mm Ans 52.2% The wire ig subject to 9 normal ses that is defined by ¢ = xe~*, where x is in millimeters. If the wire has am ital Heng £, determine the icrese in its length BL ~edx= xe? dx a2 at= ['xetar 1“ ns 16 AED! S/RIEE- TeGh Bea 1R (©2010 Pearson Education, ac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected unr all copyght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, tout posi a wifes the publisher. 32-29, “The curved pipe hasan original radi of 2 6.1 itis ‘ated nomunioemlyso that the normal rain alone length ise ~ 0105 cos 8, determine the increase in Fength ofthe pipe. @~ 005000 ae- fea 2 y 4_M: = ["om00 01 [ emode = fotsnet =oume am = 016 [” sneas = o1et-cosa o168 Ans. 2-31, Tho rubber band AB has an unstretched lenth of 1 A Tet fixed a Baad attached to the surface at point 4’, determine the average normal sirain in the band. The surface ‘defined by the function y = (2) f, where visin fet. vf Vite However » = # then 2? = 25 Le ViFAF + a (ee VIF = Lare94 Average Normal Stain: Ly Aas. 17 AR Shatin SRORR! /S/SPEE < TeGh AN Reape TH $ ‘©2010 Person Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eist No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means without pormisioa a weg om the blab. *2-32, The baris originally 200 man long wheats at. it is subjected toa shear strain defined by yy ~ 002s, whote ‘isin meters, determine the diplacement Ay atthe end of its bottom ee. Its dstorte into the shape showa, whece no elongation ofthe bar occurs inthe rdection. petit. o 2 — tan 02s) ['o- [Pome Ay ~ -Sifta cos (0.4) = 203 mm Ans “233, The fiber AB has alength L and orientation 9, Its fends A and B undergo very small displacements 1, and vp, respectively, dotermine the normal stra in the fibor when itisin position 4a Law = VC on — a + Cain + ony VET ETF Bikegsiad — 80) Average Normal Steains Leek Neglecting higher terms w and wv} 1 « Hemsin = waco) ag = [1 + Heine waco) Using te binomial theorem: 18 AP 'Setettaae SRORR /S/SPTG - TeGh SN "Sage 28 $ (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copsght laws as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe produced in form oy ay meas, without posi a Wiis the publisher. that the difference in these strains is represented as second-order term, namely, ey ~ €, = 6 as'— as oS np, == 8S _ AS’ — 8S nT as a AS? — sas’ — agas + ast “a5a8 _ AS? + as'—rastas - asa _ G5" = as) _(as'— as\/as’— as Sas as as ~ e4en(QED) 19 At Reckettnan SAEED "G/TPLS * Ret -2N- Beige: 1 eas (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mate is protected und all copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe uproducd, in form oy ay ass, tout posi a Wiis te publisher. “1. A concrete onder having a diameter of 6.0 in. aad ‘gauge length of 12 ins tested in compression. The results of the test are reported in the table as lad versus contraction, aw the stress-strain diagram wing scales of Lin. = 0.5 ks and 1 in. = 02(10-) in/in, From the diggram, determine approximately the modulus of elasticity. Stress and Stain: », , o= Fst) e = Heian) ° o our 0s oa ooo ose .on0167 ons 000217 ‘o902 oom Lost 000333 1220 ooms7s 130 o.00487 Lots 0.000317 1768 000588 1s 000625 Modulus of Etastcty: From the sres-steai diagram 431 Eee 9008 — 0 = 3275(10°) bs Ans. Load (kip) su 35 es BERBEBEE: [Contraction in) o ets ai a9 nas ost 0600 ons ats) oan oan ams Ae Rhee tean SHEER: "G/FP2H : ReGh 2A Begs hee (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently “elst No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the publsbe. 2.2, Data taken from a strese-stain test fr a ceramic ace ‘siven in the table The carves inca between to origin and the fist point. Plot the diagram, and determine the modulus of elasticity and the modulus of resilience, Modulus of Elasticity: From the stress-strain diagram 8310!) ksi Ans Tom 0 Modulus of Resilience Me modulus of restonce i equal tothe area under the linear portion ofthe stress-strain diagram (Shown shaded) si) 2 52 BS os 33 sa (ining 3A Data taken from a strest-stéin tet for a ceramic see ‘iven inthe table, Tho curve i linet betweon the origin fand the first point, Plot the digeram, and determine approximately the modulus of toughness The rupture stress so, ~ S84 bs Modelus of Toughness: Te modulus of toughness is equal to the area under the ‘stross-strain diagram (shown shaded). (dans ~ 508.29 1 = ou + mio) Joan }omo() ") + so) am x # 5122100)(% ows n-th ~ 850) Ans ai) 4inn) o ‘06 ‘ben ‘ue ‘oie ‘aa AED) SYAPG : BaAh A: Bee 9, (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate is protected undral coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material ay be oproducd, in form or by ay eas, tout permis a Wiis te publisher. “34. A tension test was performed ona specimen having an original diameter of 125 mm and # exuge length of ‘0mm, The dita arc lists in the table, Pot the trexe-stain Siagram, and determine approximately the modulus of elasticity the ultimate stross and the fracture stress. Use a fle of 20enm~ SO MPa and 20 xm ~ 0.05 samen. Redraw the linear elastic region, using the same stos scale ‘uta stain scale of 20 mim ~ 0.001 men/ma. Stress and Strain p, BL o = Faure) «= “E¢enmimm) o 0 sas ‘0003s 2509 oo120 080) ono 3333 09330 3553 00.0 4351 ‘nono sor 0.05086 5256 12700 sont oum0 am o2ss6 Moditas of Elasticity Foo the steess-stesin diagram 2as.7s(i) — ‘00 — Baron — 229GPa (hope = S28MPA ns = 19M Ans. Ultimate and Fractre Stress From the stress-strain diagram Ans, Ans. Lond (eS) [Elongation (om) AER! *SY/2H > RaQh AA: Sage’ 4 ha '© 2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sale Rives, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion ofthis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormision a wei om the pblsbe. 0 04s 2399 080 aaa 3853 881 son 5056 son 94 of $0-mm. Using the dat ‘Sires and Strains P, _ bu, @ = Fears) © = SE mmimm o o.onss ooo120 .ora08 omss0 0098 oun 0.06006 oz oarrs0 0.23876 (uagpeoe = 187(25)( 10 (oss) 38 A tension test was performed on a steel specimen Dbaving an original diameter of 125 mm and gauge length listed in the table, plot the stress-strain diagram, and determine approximately the ‘modulus of toughness Use aseale of 20 mim = 50) MPa and 2mm ~ 005 mm/mm. Modttasof Toughness: The moduli of toughness equal tothe total area under the stresestrtin diagram and can. be pproximated by counting the number of guares, The total numberof squares 87. 17 Mj? Ans. Load iN) 0 ha 319 me ao 6 [Elongation (mm) ° fons ‘0 ue ‘630 aia ie 3b 3500 sie nos Lennar) oe AED! *SYAPTH * ReAR A: Beige $ (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved, This mate protected undral copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced in nfo oy ay meas, witout posi a Wiis the publisher. 346 A specimen is originally 1 long has a diametoe of (05 in, and i subjected to a force of SOOT. When the free {is increased feom 500 Ibo 1800 Ih, the specimen elongates ‘0009 in. Determine the’ modulus of elasticity for the material fit remains linear elastic Modatas of Elastics: Aa _ 9.467 2545 de 0000780 = 590 (10) ei Am. 347. A structural member ina nuclear eactor is made of ‘irconium alloy. Ian axial load of 4 kip % 0 be supporced by the member determine its required cross-sectional area. ‘Use a factor of safety of 3 relative to yielding. What isthe foad on the member if is 3 ft long and its elongation is (002 in.? Ey = (UP) Asi, ay = 57-5 ks The material has clastic behavior Allowable Normat Stress: Fs. = _ ms Seg = 1947 =f 00 =F 4 7-4 wn=4 A = 0.2087 in? = 0.200? Ams. Stress Sirain Refationship: Applying Hooke’ aw with PE — e055 0, Be 4 ( 1°) (nus) = 7.778 P [Normal Force: Applying equation ~ © P= oA = 1.718 (02087) = LAKip Am. —h— AR Stee tenn SHEER! "S/TP2G ReGh IA Bege e $ (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under all copvght ans as they curently “east No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. "3.8, The strut is supported by a pia st C and an AIG sel guy wire AB. Ifthe wire has @ diameter of 0.2 in, determine how much itstetches when the dstebuted load seison the strut. Here, we are only intrest in detormiaing the foros in wire AB. C+EMe= 0; Fancoseire) emg90)=0 Faye ‘The normal stress the wire is — Fas __ 8 Aue FOF) 19.10(109 psi = 19.10 si ksi, Hooke's Law can be applied to determine the stain Eeani 19:10 = 200(10)ean an = 0.658510" a2) mor ‘The unstretched length of the wire is Lan stretches Ban = ean Lay = 06586 = 0.082 fn, Ans yaaa) 3(200)09) Ib AR 'Releitann SAGER “S/TPIS * BeGh 2 Beige F hes (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NE All sighs reserved This mato is protected und al coprght laws as thoy cateatly ‘ais No potion of tis material aay be uproducd, in nfo oy ay ass, tout pormision a Wises te publisher. 3.9, Tho oe diagram fora collagen fiber bundle fom (ay hich a hanan tendon s compose s shown. Ifa sepment ‘tthe Achilles tendon aA has length of 63 in. and a asi la ppeoximate cross-sectional are 01229, determine is a1 ‘elongation ifthe foot supports oad of 1251, which causes 3.00 ‘enon athe tendon 348.75 | Ls Pass i atm ars on ae envi) From the raph ¢ = 085 nin ot #1 = 0085(65) = 0228: Ams 3.40, The stes-traindigram fora metal alloy having an Os) inal ameter of 0. inand a gauge agi of ais Bren inthe figure Determine approximately the modus of ltt or the mater th oon he pic tha cases $ielding and he timat lad the specimen wl sppor From the ses-sraindagram, Feo _ ents 0) ish 9. p= sao) es ksi gy ~ 100: (infin) IRATE oa aOR SR RAB AAS 2 OE Thus Py = oA = @1F(0)] = 1178 kip ~ 11.8kip Ans Py 7 A ~ 1015 (05°) ~ 1969p ~ 196 kip Ans ots 4 xs ps “5 x 1s 6] (infin) TiS O10 mis Gao a Us (1003 | 0-05 | 0007 Oe02 0.004 o-0b @) RR’ Sbee tenn SHEER! “G/SP2H BaGh IN Boge e a (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘oust No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. BL. The stress-strain digram for a steel alloy having an rginal diameter of OS in. and a gauge length of 2 in. sven in the figure. Ifthe specimen is loaded uni it i stresied to 99 Ks, determine the approximate amount of clastic recovery and the increase inthe gauge length after it ieunloaded. ote) 105 0 a al 4s | 15 inn) From the stress-strain diagram Fig. the modulus of clasiciy forthe stet alloy is E_wri—o ESE O, B= 300110) ksi when the specimea is unloaded, its normal strain recovered along line AB, Fig 0, Which has gradient of F-Thus 0 90k taste Recovery = FF = reeagy eg ~ 08 iin “Thus the permanent seis en = 005 ~ 0.003 = 0.087 jin “Then, the increas in pape longth is AL ~ pL = 00472) ~ 0.09450 oa ss ay sof AI xa x5 al ss x 8 8 °F ‘10 Gs, 20 025 O20 035 «Oma Glee eee 000 “a:004 ote Elastic Recovery ) Ans. AP Releitnen SHAER: "S/F/26 BeOS -N- Beige ® $ (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sale River, NE All sighs reserved This mate protected undrall copeght laws as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material aay be produced in nfo oy ay meas, witout posi a wise the publisher. “3.2. ‘The stress-strain diagram fr asec allo having an original diameter of 0 in. and 2 gauge lengih of 2 in. {sgivenia the igure Determine approximately the modulus fof resiience andthe modulus of toughness forthe material “The Modula of resilience ion the proportional iit to the area under the stese-stain diagram up to axes n-th a Ans 5 Py! ee Somer = exo) = can ‘The modulus of toughaess is equal to the area under the ealie stres-st diagram. This area can be approximated by counting the numberof squares. The {otal number i 38. Thus, 285110") An. °F Ge Tos ow om Bw os) roan | das 3:08 | O07 000% 0.004 2.006 Co 9 Sbettnae SRORR: "G/FPRE RoR JOE: Reig 3 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sale Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion ofthis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. SAKA bar having a ength of Sin. and crosssectonal aca of 07 i issujete tan ail force of $001 the an bar stiches 2 in, determine th modal of elasticity -——s=——— ‘ofthe material The mater hasincarclatcbehvon. Normal Stress and Strain: mas Tag — AIO} As Ans ALIA, The rigid pipe is supported by a pin at A and aa ‘A.36 stecl guy wite BD. I the wire has a diameter of 5 1025 ins, determine how much it stretches when a load of P= 600 Ihactson the pipe. Here, ne ae oaly interested in determining the force ia wire BD. Refering. 4% P tothe FED in Fiz. 5001 la > CeMa =, Fal$}c) — aoe 5s Spastic (ees Fd «150, 0.56(10°) psi = sh ay = Fab = HE = A510) = SS Fu Since op < 6, the wine 36 ksi, Hooke's Law can be applied to dotermine the strain in ap ~ ego: 3056 ~29.0{10")eap exp = L084(10™) infin. ‘The unstuiched length of the wire is Lao ~ WITH ~ Sit ~ 60 in, Thus the wee steetches Ban ~ eno Lao ~ 1.054(10)(60) ~ 006320 Ans. fp G00 Ib 4 af aR @) 10 AE Reheitaen SRORR "G/APLE RoR IO Sage 3a $ (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copsght aw as tey cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in afro by ay ass, tout poms a Wis the publisher. 3418, The sig pipe is supported by a pia at A and a0 ‘A-36 guy wire BD. Ie the wie has a diameter of 0.25 ia. a Setermine the load P i the end C8 displaced 0075 ia Sownward. Hire, we are only intrested in determining the force in wire BD. Refersing to the FEDinFie.a CHEM Fap = 250P 0 Fel’) 7) “The unstretched length for wite BD is yy ~ V4 ~ $f ~ Sia, From the evometry shown in Fig. , the stretched length of wire BD is Lay ~ VO OTE — FCOH OTS cos HI ~ 0.060017 “Thus the normal stein is Lao _ 6.060017 = M0 1.000310°) infin “Theo, the aoemal stress can be obtain by applying Hooke's Law up = Eepy = 29(10°)|1.000310-*)] = 29.01 ksi ace wap < a ~ 36s th osu is vai Fun 2s0P om =F, soon) - ZOE P= s@sTW = sm Ams, hy Fe P 4 Lgp2Goin. Ae. Leo? Sft Sf 3.13" @® 0.075i0 b 1 ae Set SAREE "GATES * RAPE TA: Regs 1 $ (©2010 Person Education, tne, Upper Sale Rives, NI. Al sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means Without permission a wet toa th pblsber “3.16. Determine the elongation ofthe squats hollow ba ears) when its subjected tothe axial force P = 100 KN. I this ‘| Axial focce i nereased fo P ~ 360 KN and released, find the permanent elongation of the bar. The bar is made of a “00 ‘metal alloy having 4 stres-strain diagram which can be zi > - Smm «(may : ‘oS O05 as Normal Stress and Stsin; ‘The cross-sectional area of the hollow bar is A= 045? ~ 004° = 09(10- 9. When P = 100k, P_ 1000.05) = 111A MPa A” aso) From the stress-strain diagram showa in Fig a the slope of the stght line OA which represents the modulus of lant ofthe metal alloy Since ¢; < 250 MPa, Hooke's Law canbe applied. Thus = Boj, 11.11(40% = 200(10%, 15 = 05556(10"5) may “Thus the elongation ofthe bars 2 = mL. = 05556(10-2¥60) = 0333 me ms Whoa P ~ 260 4N, P30) 2A aac} APMP From the geometry of the stots stein diagram, Fi 0 2 = 0.00125 _ ous “00 — 250 2) ~ 0305 mn When P = 260 kN is removed the strain recovers linearly along line BC, Fig 0, parallel to GA. Thus, the elastic recovery of strains given by 0010") = 2010) ‘0.005 ~ 0.002 = 0.0285 mm/am “Thus. the permanent elongation ofthe bars Bp ~ eple ~ 00085(600) ~ 17.1 Ans. 2 aR 'Sbeetaen SHOED “G/S/EK: BeGE IN: Seige 38 20a Ein, ope Sl Re NA i ere This matt tected it aap em stay cael ‘als No potion of tis material aay be oproucd, in foo by ay mass, tout posi a ies he 316 Continved Tora) RE Rabeitean SAGER! /G/TPTE RoR IAL Beg TA. $ (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. 2417. A tension test was performed on an aluminum thsi) 2014-T6 alloy specimen. The resulting stresy-straindisram is shown inthe figure. Estimate (a) the proportional limit, () the modulus of elasticity, and (c) the yield strength based on 12% strain offset method. inn) Proportional Limit and Viel Strength: From the stress-strain diagram, ia og = asi Am. oy = 6 ksi Am. ‘Moduls of Resilience: The modulus of resilience is equal tothe area under the oi) z 4 Ey 7 patel ipa ts dow Ow 4 AE 'Seheitnen SAORR "G/APTE * ReGh 2 Seage 28 (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE All sighs eserved. This mati is protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe oproducd, in foo by ay eas, tout posi a wines the publisher. 3.418. A teasion test was performed on an aluminum eas) DOL4T6 alloy specimen. ‘The resuling stess-stain Giagram is shown inthe figure. Estimate (a) the modulus of resilience: and (b) modulus of toughness. (fn) sos: sain diagram ap tothe proportion Fom he os stein agra, oe isi = 0.008 ‘hus (0), = depen = Haoc0'y 0.008) Am Medsis of Toegnese The moda of toughoes ictal othe area under the cate suey- sta capa Th rea can be sprotaaied by coutng he umber ene: Te fot mnber of pares 63.1, {(U) lawn = {a8 oot ]= sso ‘Ant “The rea-stnin diagram fora bones shown and canbe described bythe equation 319, The tre sna igre ftw bom how sad " be aeatied ty the cyunon = UAS(IOS) oe 036(10"*)o% where a i in KPa. Determine the yield strength assuming 203% offset 2 = 04511090 + 036007, y de = (048(10 + 1.0810") o7}da £ 1 = 220MPa Ams, ralercrsy neste ote Ae Sete SPER "GRE RAR TOE Boge Ue te 1© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, N. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘els No portion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa awe om the blab. 63.20, The stoss- stain diagram fora bone is showa and ‘can be described by the equation © = 045(10°) ¢ + 036(10"") er, where «isin KPa. Determine the modulus ‘of toughness andthe amount of elongation of a 200-mm- long region just before it fractures if failure occurs at 2 mm/mm, When e = 0.12 oC") = 0450 + 036(1040> Solving for thereat 7 = OSDKPa 1 [01204800 90 03600 der = 012.6 — 02250100" — 0.09010") af* = s13ky/m? 3 = eb =0.1202m) = 24mm P t st9 e+ 024010") of Ans Ans 16 AR Shettnan SRORR "G/TPLE Beth 2 Bege TE $ (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected undorall copeght laws as thoy cateatly ‘als No pmton of tis material aay be oproducd in foo by ay meas, without pomision a Wifes the publisher. <.2L, The stres-staia dingeam for a polyester resia js pven in the figure If the rigid beam is supported by a ‘Strut AB and post CD, both made from this material, and ‘subjected (0 & load of P ~ ADKN, determine the angle ‘of i of the beam when the loads applied. The diameter of the sirut is 40 mm and the diameter othe post 880 ma From the sees strain digram, oss) 1 E oi ool Fs al ape 2 Feo _ $400) * 9 hen KORY (com mm) nr wr ocr ae“ een _ 1058) fey ~ ee = 8071 my Ban ~ eanl-an = 0.008885(2000) = 19.77 mm Ben ~ senben = 0.002471(S00) = 1.286 mm Angle of tit 8535 tana — Es = O70" Ans fyrton soe oreo es ‘ten 17 ae Seen SARE "GATE RAR TOE Retges 3h $ 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without pormisioa a weit om th publisber 2.22, The stress-strain diagram for a polyester cesin is ‘iven inthe figure. I the rigid beam is supported bya strat, ‘AB and post CD made from this material, determine the largest load P that can be applied to the beam before it ruptures. The diameter of the steut is 12 mm and the Giameter othe pos 0m opts ota A Fan P/z oe= Ft st) = PO, Ane 0.0127" asm sap P= HAAN Gotoh) Am Reptre of pot CD: <0 k ‘a on= 5%; 9510") Aco sa), compression p ” a s ot Fronion ma “yan om ous oor 2:2, Ry adding pater to pon chord, is vo pombe fo rede sia The sestrin agra {ortece types ofthc mate showing cect ar ven z felon Spy the ype tat shuld fo mad inthe . tranufactre fa rodhavag aeagh of Si aad dametar : roast eed to upp at ast sa ad be 29kip and aso be able to sietch at most in. | / = | A sex ml Normal Stress: ee 7 4 esti 4 tpn wm a a Nonmol Saite = 235 — qasonia/in. 3 From the stress-strain diagram, the copolymer wil satisfy both stress and strain requirements ‘Ans 18 AR Schein SRORR! "G/TPTG * ReGh 2 Senge 39 rhe (©2010 Pearson Education, ae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected undral copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be uproduced, in form oy ay meas, tout pormsion a Wifes the publisher. "3.24, The stress-strain digram for many metal alloys can be deseribed analytically using the Ramberg-Osgood thee parameter equation e = o/E + ko", where E,k,and ‘nage determined feom measurements taken from the Giagram, Using the siese-sirain diagram shown in the figure take E = 30(10) ksi and determine the other ‘wo parameters k and n and thereby obtain an analytical expression forthe curve. Chooee, @- 40s, 2-01 @- 6K, #03 o1 + Koy __# ~ 3000) 03 = 8 + ar 0.098667 or ‘029900 ~ k(6oy ssi0982 ~ (0.66577 In (0.381096) ~ in (46667) a 23010) (es) Bs ee Ans Ans a a2 as 04 a5 <0) 2325. The acrylic plastic rod i200 mm long and 15 mm in Giameter, Ian axial load of 300 Nis applied t it detcemine the change in its length apd the change in its diameter Fp =200GP a2) DA. 2 __ wo oA Hams ~ hare LagT(*) oe = Tuy ~ 00 ~ ee: = (20008288 (200) ~ 0.126 20m ssoonnsis eam Ad hed = Ve jg ~ —0.4(0.0006288) 0.902515 (15) ~ =0.00377 an An. 9 Sheet SAORR! "G/TPEE Re OR-2E- Benge 28 (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NI. Al sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis mae may be reprodued aa orm or by any means Without permisioa a wet om th pblser 2.26, The short cylindrical block of 2014-76 aluminum, having an orginal diameter of 0 in, and a length of 15, is placed in the smooth jaws ofa vse and squeezed ual the ‘axial load applied i910, Determine (a the decrease in its length and (0) its new diameter, a 0577 (10-) i, ‘Ans eu = 035 (000008844) ‘Ad ~ ed = 000013453 (05) = 000006727 a = + Ad = 05000673 in, Ans S21. The laste potion of he stein agra foe ss) Stet oy shown in the gue The specnea rom which it was obtained had an original diameter of 13 mm anda fa fag lenght of 50 ms Wen the appli! load on the Spetimen SOAN th incor is 2906S mm, Determine Ficson' ra forthe mac Normal Stress P__s00, A F001) 6) ¢§ —— im rm Normal Singin: From the stress-strain diagram, the modulus of elasticity 20 GPa. Applying Hooke's law ~0.56834(10"9) m/e Poison’ Rai: The ate a oni strain can be elated sing Poison’ sesso") _ TRO) aa 20 AR Richens SAORR! "GYSPTE * BeOR IO: Beige 8H $ (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, ll sighs reserved. This mati is protected undrall copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe oproduced, in nfo oy ay ass, tout poms la Wifes the publisher. $3.28, The clastic portion of the stress-strain diagram for ora) a steel alloy is shown in the figure. The specimen from Which it was obtained had an original diameter of 13 mim sa and a gauge length of 50 mm. I load of P = 20 EN is applied to the specimon, determine is diameter and gauge length. Take » = Ot Normal Stress: m0) _ a7 Foo) ~ 506M ii (oun mn) Normal Strain: From the Stress Strain diagram, the modulus of elasticity E= = 200 GPs, Applying Hooke Law _ssnesc!) A dfn Spang ~ 0754(10-) ma Thus {BL ~ Pug bo ~ 07334 10-9)(30) ~ 005767 sam [= by + BL ~ 0 + 000767 ~ 50.0977 mm Am. Poison’ Ratios Te teal and longitutinal can be elated sing posson's rato ~0.4(0.9834)( 10-3) ~1.3014(10-) mya = fd = ~0:9014(107)03) = -00U818 mm 4 = dy d= 19 + (00K) = 1299408 mm Ams sin ‘Seon adi pbjcted to an compro fore of 4. 8 kip. Ifthe 1.5-in, side changed its length to 1.500132 in., om * determine Poisson's rato an the new length ofthe 230, ak Cs 3 ‘= 2 + 0100008802) = 2.000176 in, Ans. 2 he Recline (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aan orm or by any means without permisioa a wit fom th pulser 2400, The block is made of titaniuon TH6ALAV and is , ‘subjected toa compression of 0.06 in. along te y axis and its ‘O08 — A9.7 Determine eo

(©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected und al copeght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in fom oy ay mass, witout perms a Wiis the publisher. 4418, The assembly consits of two A-36 stl sods and a rigid bar BD. Each rod has a diameter of 0.75 i. I force of 10 kip i applied to the bar as shown, determine the vertical displacement ofthe load, Hore, Fry ~ 0 ip. Referring tothe FAD showa in Fg C+EMy= 0) Fep@)~10(125)-0 Fen ~ 625 kip GHEMy= 0; 1005) Fak2)- 0 Fan = 3.75 kip “The crossscctional area ofthe rods A = % (073) = 1406250 in Since points Aand Care fixed, & ay = Fatkas 375200) goorapsin, | ha5; o7ste AE O1406D5n [29.4009] Feolen 625012) % =o17s6in | AE. ananase [290009] From the peometry shown in Fig.5 125 4, = 0007025 + 7 nor7se — o00725) = 0.01361 in. 4 Here, aot prop AEs Oi0K25r [29.410] (a. Thus @) (44) Be = de + Bre = Otten + 0.000366 = 002808 | Ams. 4 > 7 bp O-0070aGiN. y) 5,7 0.017567. () 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 136 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mtu is protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for ot by any means without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. 4410, The ssiembly conte of two A-26 steel sods and a rigid bar BD. Each rod has a diameter of 0.75 in. Ira force of 1 kipis applied to the bar. determine the angle of it of the bar. Here, Fee = 10 kip. Referring tothe FAD shown in Fig. 2, C+EMe= 0, Fe (2) — G+EMp=0; 10075) ~ Pag2)=0 Fag = 375kip 101125) = 0 Fp = 625 kip ‘The omsctionl ae ofthe ois A = (078) = 145 Sins pointe Aand Care fixed then, 3752012) ——— = 0.007025 in Treas [200007] From the geometry shown in Fig, (00786 ~ ooarons 22) fia fen 25 orp G,70:01756 in. ») 136 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 137 ——- (©2010 Pearson Education, ac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate is protected undral copyght laws as thay cateatly ‘st No portion of ths material ay be produced, in any form orb any means without permission ia writing fom the publi. %4.20, ‘The rigid bar is supportad by the pi-coanected od CB that has a cross-sectional area of S00 mm? and i ‘made of A:36 steel, Determine the vertial displacement of the bar at B when the loads applied. Force In The Rod. Referring to the FBD of member AB,Fig.a Diptacement. Toe inital length of rod BC is Lye = VE S0.0(10°5)_ 05(10-*) [20010°)] 250(10") From the poomotry shown in Fi, 1(3) — 1, (2) -s007 5010-9) 3nd sinsoa = 4167 (10-9) m = 4.17 mm Ans. S45)C4) kN am B (6a), 7 bg8250005)(4 (by 137 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 138 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis material may be roprodaved aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wit om th publisher “421. A spring supported pipe hanger consists of two ‘springs which are orginally unstretched and havea sifness of k= 60 KN/m, three 304 stainless ste! rods AB and CD, which have © diameter of 5 mm, and EF, which has a ‘diameter of 12 mm, and a rigid beam GFF. If the pipe and the uid it caries have a otal weight of 4 kN, determine the displacement ofthe pipe when itis attacked to the support. Internal Force inthe Rod FBD (a) C4 2M4= 0. Fen(0S)~ 4025-0 Fen = 200KN TER) 0; Fan + 200-4=0 Fay ~2004N FBD(b) 41EF,= 0 Per ~ 2.00 ~ 2.00 Displacement: Farber 400110050) AarE ~ F(O012FUKI) ; Peolco ___ 210050) 10 = Beto = Ao ~ FOOSE) c= By + Bop ~ OITA + 02858 ~ 05332 am 59 Bp 01374 mm = 0.3058 mm Displacement of the spring Fy _ 200 bp = = HAO = 0338338 m = 33.3333 mm Bu ~ Be Bp 0530 4 3383 = 9mm Ans fe 138 ED! PARIS: “S90 SE yg 238 =f (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE All sighs eserved This mati is protected und al copsght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe uproduced, in form oy ay ass, tout posi a Wises the publisher. 422, A spring-supported pipe hanger consists of two ‘springs, which are orginally unstretched and have a slifness of = 60 kN/m, three 304 sales stel rods, AB snd CD, which havea ciameter ofS em, and EF, which has a diameter of 12 mm, and a rigid beam GH. I the pipe i Aisplaced $2 mm when itis filled with fui, determine the sweat ofthe Mud. Intemal Force in the Rods: FBD (a) CotMa= 0 Fess) =M029 =0 Fenn Hr=0 Fat %w=0 ew FBD (b) w = w Ferber W750) AnrE HOU UVHIO = saasoss(10-9 han = toy ~ Zeobee . £050 a= Boo Roe HOMINID = ox0s6440-9 Ww fe = 0+ Ago = HSH] W + OSHC = os331600-9 Displacement ofthe spring od fg FE = aE 10) — 008833 Bur ~ Be + Bop 82 = 01333160109) W + 00088330 W ~ 9685 N = 9.608 fo Fe oh Et Ans. e a 139 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 140 ——e— (©2010 Porson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs osorved This mati protected under all copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis mae may be roprodued aan ov or by any means without permision a wit tom th pblisber 423, The rod has a slight taper and length Ltt is PS ‘suspended from the ceiling and supports toad Pat its end. Show that the displacsment of it end due to this load is 8 = PL/(rEran). Neglect the weight ofthe material. The : ‘modulus of elastin i E nbs (e—ne n : L AQ) = Bqb + =e) Pde _ PL ceed eee AGE ae reff er det at: FE GaN a nets DE AL a AY f Je ‘ © xt ite % *424, Determine the relive diplcement fon en of , ihe tapered plate wh espe! tthe ether end when its subjected to an axial load P. A+a—y dh + (dz ~ dix wag Heh, AA ae ' Puyds Ppt de we E Dig — 2h te Ay ft ies Ele . raat i, - a_i, Fa mana 140 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 141 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mate protected undral copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay eas, without posi a wii the publisher. 4.28. Determine the clongation ofthe A26stel member 20m ‘when tis subjected to an axl force of 30 kN. The member aan Js 1D mm thick. Use the result of Prob. 4-24 2KN 001m Using the result of prob 424 by substituting di and = 05m otra al ~ agony aay" (a) ~ 0.360(10°3) 1 ~ 0350 ma Ans. (0.02 mds = 0.075 m 426, ‘The castings made ofa material that has a specific ‘weight and modulus of elasticity E I itis formed into a pyramid having the dimensions shown, determine how fae its end is displaced due to gravity when i fs suspended in the vertical pestion. Internat Forces: 1 1 4t3F, PQ) —rAc=0 Pte) =FyAz Displacement “Pla de AGE yar Lime % fede Aas. i tows I 141 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 142 ——— (©2010 Pourson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs esorved This mate is protected under al copyright ans as they curently “east No potion of tis mail may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without pormisioa a wet tom th publisher 4427, The circular bac has a viable eadius of + = ng" and is made of a material having a modulus of elasticity Of E Determine the displacement of end A when iti ‘subjected to te axial force P. Displacements: The, cross-sectional area of the bar as a function of x is AQ) =r = are We have Pods Pte AGE aE ~ aa =agaalts 4.28, ‘The pedestal is made ina shape that has radius lotined by the function 7 = 2/(2 + y'*)M, whore y is fn fet. If the modulus of elasticity for the material i E ~ 14(i0?) psi, determine the displacement of ite top ‘when it supports the SOI lad rovay AGE 500, Lf: dy ov h se = omsraco~ fa + ay spay - auras + (22) +49 1974(10"(4533) 8947109) 0107 ia. Ans. som soe 12 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 143 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und all copeght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay ass, without peso a Wiis te pubs. +429. The support is made by cutting off the two r ‘ppoite sides of oper tht has ais he rial Eto th support sr determine how far shores then tsuppors sla The modulo casio = _ $ Geena , A> WP ~ w(r cos 6F ~ m ricos@ ee yenaan sp-are FT paeaemm Displacement Py) dy * AVE , P. [nos d6 P | -4E [oseee - (ete Si] P saityt 2 = m” z an 200) +4 Eta cece + tn | oa 6 = tin see 1448" + ta 14.48°)) oaE osite WHE Ae Ato Geomaey 40) arn Displacement “PU dy AQ)VE _2p pi _dy _ li mtyllt slay FEL 2] lo is = Sg lin 1.567 int] 143 oS Sbettene SRORR "S/ARISA: °F Eye 288 =f S (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under all copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a wei om the publsbe. £30, The weigh of the Kentledge exerts an axial foree of P= 1500 KN on the 30)-mm diameter high slrength concrete bore pile I the distribution ofthe resisting skin friction developed from the interaction between the soil and the surface of the ple is approximated as shown, nd the rosisting bearing foreo Fis roquired to be. 2000, Aetermine the maximum itensity N/m for equilibrium, ‘Also, find the corresponding elastic shortening ofthe pile. Neglect the weight of the pile. Internal Loading: By considering the equilibrium ofthe pile with reference to is entice fee-body diagram shown in Fg. a. We have see, Auiiatere asso A Tm 20.83y kN jon ‘The normal force developed inthe pile as a function of y can be determined by considering the equilibrium ofa section ofthe pile show in Fi. +12F, = 0 Feeassyy— py =0 (PQ) = 1042y? RN [Deplacement: The cosssectional area ofthe pe is A We have (08) = 002254 we i = [sence oy = 16930109) = 2977010") = 289m Am Poy) “| MF Z(eo.b3y) xk @) lam ay (3) 144 04 Solutiona 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 145 ——e— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved, This mate protected undo all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material maybe produced, in any fom oy aay meas, tout persion a Wins the publisher. 4M, The column is constructed from high-strength ‘conc and six A-26stel reinforcing rods Ifitissubjected {oan axial force of 30 kp, determine the average normal stress in the concrete and ia each rod. Each rod has ‘inmeter of 075i, Equations of Equilibrium: HTEF,— 0, 6Py + Paw ~0~ 0 m1 Compatibility: Bon Pal3)2) Poa 3\12) FOI eHAT — FE) — eGarsy a0) Pag ~ 0.064085 Pas a Solving Eqs [1] and (2 ies: P= 1388 kip Average Normal Sires: Pe 1.388 . oe gary Ans ont 21610 © Aon 36) ~ off) 075) “4.3% The column is codsiructed from high-strength ‘concrete and sx A-36stel reinforcing rods If its subjected {oan axial force of 30 kip, determine the required diameter ‘of each rod so that one-fourth ofthe loa is cared bythe ‘eancrete and three-fourths by the see Equitibrieme: The force of 30 kip is required to distribute in such a manne that 314 ‘ofthe force scarred by steel and 1 ofthe free is eatied by concreta. Hence re-on)-25h9r~H00) 7509 Comparibty: Ba = Boom Pal Peal Baba Ton Eon DSAcak, TSE 8°) — off) #] 2010") a Atlin Am. 145 1S Sebettnee SRORR "S/AR/SS: °F OE Bye 205 =f= (©2010 Peuson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently “els No potion of tis mae may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wt oath pblsber inner diameter o(70 mm. Ey, = 200 GPa, B. HTEF/= 0 Pe + Pag ~ 90 be Pay ~ 2.5510 Pom Solving Eqs (1) and (2) yeas Py = STATE, Poyg = 22.53KN Pa __ STAT (IO) Ay FOO Pan 2253400) “4.33, The soo pipe is filled with concrote and subjected toa compressive fore of 8D KN. Determine the average formal stess in the concrete and the steel due to this Foading. Te pipe has an outer diameter of 8 mm and an GPa, Pet. Pan Han? — Oar) GOH GO) ~ HOT) CH) GP = fe. AW) seep Sa5MPa rH @ Ans developed in the pst andthe tube Equations of Equilibrium: +TER,= 0; Pat Pe 5= Olt Compaibitty: Ba ~ be ) Pa) Pa = WO0738 Pay Solving Ege [1] nd (2 ye: 434, The 204 stainless steel post A has @ diameter of 4~ 2in, and is suerounded by a red brass C83400 tube B. ‘Both rest on the rig surface. IC force of 5 kip is applied to the rigid cap, determine the average normal stress FEAR — KF — F049 00) a Ans Bap Pe 146 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 147 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay meas, tout posi a wifes te publisher. ARS. The 34 stainless soe post Ais surrounded bya red brass C400 tube A. Both rest om the rigid surface, Ita force of § kip i applied to the rigid cap, determine the required diameter d of the steel post so thatthe load i shared equally between the post and tube eo Equitibriame Tne force of Skips shared equally by the brass and stel. Hence Pa Puy ~ P~ 250 kip Compatibility: Friern, pe — PHIAH\KI0, ()e-as d= 2239, Ans. —— ———— Sea a em hema cane te = eee eee er, Fe ~ Fo +15 +75 — 100 100 =0 Fe~Fo-=0 o & 0=a9-o 15005) 5025) ‘ FOF ONT Hoos AON Fels) (03) > ROUSLONADY — FoDe! yo) Fy = 1078 &N From Eq (0) Pan _ 1073900) a — Fee S80 Am _ 2100) ODS) 1ST89kN 147 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 148 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wet om th publisher “4.57. The composite a consists of 4 20-mm diameter A.36 steel sepment AB and SO-mm-diameter red bras CRYOO end segments DA and CB. Determine the displacement of A with spect to B due to the Seti & Tehanas se ani 150(107(500) ___50(40V250) | Fame) Fea : Fos) Pals pct, FOIA) FoM-eoy\a0} Mer a a eae ease = bun = Panteam _ 4211(00°(500) ae “Agee HOO POMIPY 0335 mm 4.34 Tho A.2ostet column, having a eros sectional ares er of I8in’, is encased in high-strength conerte as shown. If fn axial force of 60 kip applied to the columa, determine iho {he average compresine sre inthe conerete aad inthe ¥ steel. How far does the enlumn shorten? Tt hasan original length of $12Fy= 0; Pat Pom == 0 w P.s8N12) P(8)(12) Ta@9)0} — TOG) — 181420)005 Pg ~ 0.98539 Pa e 3p = Bom Solving Eqs (1) and (2) yields Pap 29.795 kip; Pam ~ 30205 kip woke, 2795 Loss iia Pan __ 30208 foe Ha” Hg = 18-2 am - ith cit bd cd os fee Pale _ 2975002) _ sep 2° AE ~ TH29)0") 148 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 149° ——e— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mati is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe uproducd, in an form o by ay eas, without permis a Wii cs the publisher. 4.20, The Ad set column is encased in high trong rip onc as shown Ian anal fore of 60 kp tapped to thecolum, determine the rouired area ofthe stel 0 that wit coin the force shared equally fotwea the sect and concrete z How fr doce he column sores? It hasan otal ent on | “The force of 60 kipis shared equally by the conerete and steel Hence skip PL___PL. Pe fee Fon Eee Aas ‘a, — Aen _ (916) = Ay] 42000) WE 2000) 82a? Am. ae Pal __38M12) “4.40, ‘The sgid member i held in the poston shown by thre A-36 steel ie rads. Each rod hasan unstretched length ‘of 0.75 m anda cose sectional area of 125 men. Determine the fores ia the rod fa frabuckls on rod EF wadsrgoes ‘one full tur, The lead of the ser is 15 mm, Noslect the ‘size ofthe tunbuckle and assume that itis ried, Note:The ead would cause the rod, when unfovded,to shorten 1.3 mim when the turnbuckle is rotated one revolution CHEM =O Tae) + Teo Tas = Teo =T o +t, Tre -2r=0 Tor= 2 ® Rod EF shorts | Smm causing AM (and DC) to elongate. Tas: 00015 ~ Sye + Ser (125}(10-}(200(10") ~ (125\(10-)(200)(10") 2asr = 39500 by aad a 149 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 150 ——o— '© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under all copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without pormision a wet om the publisher +441. The concrete post i reinforced sing six steel ‘reinforcing rods, each having a diameter of 20 mm. Determine the siresin the conerete and the stel fhe post 4s subjected to an axial load of 900 KN. Ey = 200GPa, E.=250Pa. Refering tothe FRD ofthe uppeeportioa af the cut concrste post shown in Fig a AIRF, =0 Pg + 6Pp 900 = 0 o Since the sel rods ad the eonerete at firmly bonded, their deformation mast be the ame. Ths eon = Ba Poul _ Pale Few Fou AEs ——— Peg [a.25(0375) — 6¢§)(002% J[2scio%)] — ¢y(o024 [20000°)] Pon ~ 6552 Px e Solving Eqs (1) and @) yields Pa =DLASKN Paw = TI310KN Tus, Pa 73.0010) og Fot — TAO) — 8AM Ans Aon GIS(OSTS) — NOE = Fe 11500) | ape Ans FOE) 150 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 151 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be oproduced, in any fom ory ay meas, tout peso a Wns as the publisher. 4442, The post ix constructed from concrete and sx A-36 own steel reinforcing rods I itis subjected to an anil force of us ‘900 KN, determine the required diameter of each rod so that 2 ‘one-fifth ofthe loads carried bythe steel and fourfiths by ~ the concrete Ey = 200 GPa, Be = 25 GPa. “The normal fore in cach stel rod is 400) SOR sok “The normal force in concrete is es 4 Pon = $000) = 7204N ‘Since the steel rods and the concrete are firmly bonded their deformation must be these. Ta fn Be Pool _ Pale Fon Fou Aaa zany aoe [o2sc37s) — og) ][asae] 54 [2mae] 495d = 0.09875, 4A The assembly consists of two red brass COD ‘copper alloy rods AB and CD of diameter 30 mm, stainless 2304 steel alloy rod EF of diameter 40 mm, and a rigid cap O. I the supports at A, C and P are egid, determine the sverage normal stress developed in rods AB, CD and EF. Equation of Equilibrium: Due to symmetry, 4g ~ Feo ~ F. Referring tothe fee- body diagram ofthe assembly shown in Fie. S3R = 0 2F + Fer Asoo] CompaityEquntons Using tne method of superpson Fi (hsm o (er/2)(300) | FoaHaonaT; Fer Substituting this result into Eq (1), P= 1875838N 151 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Daga 152 —e— (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sado Rives, NA sighs esorved This mts protected under al copvght ans as they curently sais No portion of his matt may bo wprodaced, in fom ory any sass, witout prison ia Wiis io the publisher. $43, Condnned Normal Stress: We have Ans. Ans. FOUOIN 40u09N 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 153 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sights reserved. This mate is protected undrall copyght laws as thoy careatly ‘als No portion of this material aay be uproducd in foo by ay meas, tout poms a Wiis the publisher. "4-44, The to pipes are made of the same material aad are coanocted as shown. I the erss sectional area of BCS ‘Asad that of CD is 2A, determine the reactions at B and D ‘when afore Pis applied at the junction C. Equations of Equilibrium: Prom By [1] 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 154 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently “eds No portion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the pblsbe. +445, The bolt has 4 diameter of 20 mam and passes through tube that hasan inner diameter of 0 mm and an ‘ter diameter of 60 mm. I the bolt and tube are made of ‘4:39 steel, determine the normal sess in the tube ad bolt when a foroe of 2DKN is applied to the bolt. Assume the end caps are rigid. Refering to the FBD of eft portion ofthe cu assembly. Fig. a SER,- 0; 4010) - Fe-F-0 w Heres requited thatthe bolt nd the tube have the seme deformation. Thus aa F150) F060) Fone — aos lamer] Rom Lame] F- 20m F, ® Solving Eqs (1) and (2) yields Fy = WAT ON F, ~ 298,10) Tos Fy _ 1W.17(10) oo) AMP a= F,__ 298300) =F, ~ Fos = 005) ~ HSMP ba 40009 N — ROR (@) is 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 155 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copyght ans as thoy cateatly ‘als No prin of tis material maybe produced in form oy ay ass, witout posi a wise te publisher. 446. Ifthe gap between C and the rigid wall at D i iniially 0.15 mm, determine the support reactions at A and when the force P-~ 200 KN i sppliod. The asembly fsmade of A3b steel. Equation of Equilibrium: Referring to the fee-body diagram of the assembly shown in Fig A3F,=0, 200007) Fy Fy=0 o Company Equation: Using the method of sopexpotio, Fe, (+) b=a- a, cas 2040’) [Foamy |___Fan) FO0F Rj" OAS DO0NTI * FHOMDS*\(200NTH) y= 20%6S0SN = 2044N im Substituting this result into Eq (2), Fy 17963495 N = 180 EN Ams. 20000) N no (b> 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 156 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. AU sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eist No potion ofthis mae may be reproduc aa orm or by any means without permisioa awit oa th publisher 447. Two A.36 stool wires are used to support the 6505 ‘engine. Originally, AB #32 in. ong. and A’ is 32.008 in. long. Determine the force supported by each wice when the ‘engine is suspended from them. Each wire has a rss- ‘sectional area of 0 a 41BF,= 0; Taw + Tan ~ 660=0 Bae = Bug + 08 Tan2) Tw 2.008) anenae — ConeNae BOT gy — 32.008T gg ~ 2320 008 Tap - 26116 Tgp ~ 28910 Tae 4-48, Rod AB has a diameter d and fits sauply between the rigid supports at A and B when it is unloaded. The ‘modulus of elasticity is & Determine the support reactions at A and B if the rod is subjected to the linearly distributed ie ‘Equation of Equilibrium: Referring to the free-body diagram of rod AB shown ia Sa re seen abn Fn ums Egan ig he mod of sapere Fb (5) ona, ‘nua wy AS Sehet-teee SHORD /S/ARIRA: |S OB Bye AEP a ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved: This mati protected und al coprght laws as thoy cateatly ‘is No porto ths material maybe reproduced, in any fora cr by any meats, without permission ia wring fo te publish n B Bf 2, o-B [eas = &o(x)|* o£()) pl. Fane Substituting this rosult into Ea (2), Fa ~ Be 7 Ans. Ans. 157 ok Sbettene SAORR "S/ARISA: Se OE Byes HR: =f S 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently “elst No potion ofthis mail may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without purmisioa a wt om the publisher +440, The tapered momber is fixed connected at its ends ‘A and B and i subjected to afoad P = Tip atx ~ 30%, Determine the reactions at the supports The material i 2a, thick and is made fom 2014-Te aluminum. Fat Fa~ a= a B= 005 HOKE) * x ofp tie aotty of, ats 40 Fg lo(3 — 0405 29 — 40 Fg (3 — 005x)/8 ~ 0 —F (0.2876) + 040547 Fy ~ 0 Fy 14000 Fy ‘Thus feom Fa. (1), F 4 = 409kip Fy ~ 291 kip CY o Ans Ans }04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 159 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs oserved This mate is protected unr all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe produced, in ny form oy ay eas, tout posi a wii te publisher. 4-50, The tapered member is fixed connected at its ends ‘Aand 8 andis subjected toa load P. Determine te oeation "of the load and is greatest magnitude so that the average oh normal sires inthe bar doesnot exceed eat ~ 4 4 The 4 ‘member i i. thick, 1s oO * y=3— 00s = SER =O Fat Fe tat awk oat ae Fade Fads 4 Foams HAVE * J FS OMs THEY "ae a al aatass Pf at P40) la (3 ~ 0425 =i ~ Pf 40) Ia (3 — 0025s) = 0 suas) 1S “Therefor, F4= 364kip P= eoAkin Aas. 159 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 160 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati is protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eist No potion of tis mae may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without pormisioa a wit tom th pulser 4-51. The cgi bar supports the usiform distributed load ‘0 6 hp/ft. Determine the free in each cable i each cable q has a cross-sectional area of O15 i, and E~ 31(10) ks Liye = (9) + (8485)? — 2(9)(8.4853) cox 0" ° “Thus timinating cos ~LiycAO019612) + 1.5910 = ~Liyc{O065478) + 1001735 Biyc(O.M19642) ~ 0,0065473 Liver + 0.589256 Lie ~ 0333 Lye + 30 Bat, Lac = VB + bey be = VB + Bae Neglet squares or 8p since small strain occurs, Liye = (VB + b5p)? = 45 + 2V 5 be Lie = (VE + Bye P = 45 + VB Bae 45 + 2VBbqe = 03345 + 2VB dye) + 30 2VB b9¢ = 03332VB ne) Fc = ae ‘Tous, From Ea. (1). Tep = 71.1682 kip = 212kip Tex = 9.06 kip RE 160 04 Solutiona 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 161 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sgh reserved This mate is protected und al copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe produced in form oy ay eas, tout posi a Wiis the publisher. *4.52, The sigid bac is originally hocizontal sad is ‘supported by two eable each having cross-sectional ate of 05in?, and E~31(10) ksi. Determine the slight ‘tation ofthe bar when the uniform load sapped. See solution of ro 41. Teo ~ 21162249 ine = TeoVE__ mieVi PE BOS(STAP) — 0.0531)10°) Using Es. Q) of Prob 4S, 7 eet) Lae 3i— 3 (VB + 0.175806)? ~ (9)? + (8.4852)? — 2(9)(8.4852) cos 6° o— s508 = 0.175806 Ths, 0 = 45838" — 45° = 0838" Ans. “453. The press consists of tno reid heads that are held in together by the wo A-36 steel Fin.diameter rods A 6061- “Tossoli-aluminum cylinder is placed in the press snd the screw i adjusted $0 that it just preses up against the ‘lnder. It is then tightened one-half tra, determine the average normal stress inthe rods and in the evinder. Te ‘The single-threaded screw oa the bolt has a lead of 001 in. [Note:The lead represents the distance the serew advances along its axis for ane complete tur ofthe sre. ARR A0 Wy Fy=0 5g = ons ~ 5 F412) F.A10) Besranaey ~~ saFUDATy Sotvig, F, = 122kip Fy ~ 3086p Am. Am 161 oe BebeEtean SHORR "S/ARISA: Se OE Bye A =o (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without pormisioa a wt om th publisher 4-S4. The press consists of two rigid heads that are held together by the two A-36stecl Fin-diameter rds A 6O61- “To-solid-alumioum cylinder is placed ia the press and the screw is adjusted so that it just presses up against the ‘linder. Determine the angle through which the serow can be turned before the rade or the specimen begin to yield ‘The single-theadd screw oa the bolt ha lead of D0 i, [Note The lead represents the distance the screw avancos along its axis for one complete tur of the screw. SER,-0; 2F,—Fy-0 5p dy 02) F.10) Hosem) ~*~ FayraH AT} Assume sol yields fie, qesp) eT TEehe was a GP Ast 4450 Es < 37 ksi steel yields fst as assumed. From Ea (1), 4 = 0010000, Thus, “9 _ on90) 3a ~~o0r 6 98 scree das 1, habia paen Po” rH Ans 162 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 163 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, ae, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mati protected undrall copeght aw as they carteatly ‘ais No portion of tis material maybe produced in form or by ay eas, witout posi a Wiis the publisher. 455. The three suspender bars are made of A.36 steel and have equal cross-sectional areas of 450 mm. Determine the average normal stress in each bar ifthe gid ‘beam is subjected tothe loading shown. Hin Referring tothe FAD of ta igi beam, ip. 2, APSF, =O) Fag + Fae + Fer ~ S10 ~ 80(10) = 0 o GEEMp =O) Faet2) + Feel) ~ 50(10°}(1) ~ 8001043) = 0 2 Referring tothe goometry shove in Fg. sgn) te Fan _ 358500) 96 Py Ans. a im Tim Pim ‘Tim 163 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 164 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without pormisioa a wet om th ple 4.86, ‘The ssid bar support the 800th load, Determine the normal sressin each A-36stoc cable each cable has ‘rosescctional area of OM in Referring to the FD ofthe rigid bar, Fi. costes te )o9+ Feo($)09 — mc =o , 1 mth ah fs BC nt ae a= VTP eevee ameaaawamaeie tne = Foc: _ Fac (13) Feolben _ Feol20) Se a Ae aE AE ‘Refering to the geometry shown in Fig, the vertical displacement ofthe pots on 908 ly ~ 2. Thus, the i iy ~ Frias Ds ; the vertical displacement of points B and D are RAE Fev QD/AE _ 100 Fen a5 AE ‘The similar triangles shown in Fig.cpive (tak _ (sh oe Tat) 6 “aae*) ites ® Solving Eas (1) and (2), yields Fen ~ 6147310 Fy ~ 4546910 Tus 1473 ee oa Ans s0 AP — sanity ps = 14s Ans, 164 —o— 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 165 —e— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mate is protected unr all coprght aw as they carteatly ‘an No portion ois material ay be reproduced, in any form cr by any aan without permission ia wring fom te publisher, 456 Comtinved re 600 Ib 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 166 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “elst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means Without permission a wit tom th publisher “457. The rigid bar is originally horizontal and is supported by two A-36 steel cables each having erss- ‘sectional are of 0.04 in, Determine the rotation ofthe bar ‘wen the S09 fond is applied. Referring to the FBD of the riid bar Fig, com, Fc ( 8) + Feo($)6 — me ‘The unstretched length of wires BC and CD are Lac = Vi +S Ley ~ VIET TE ~ 20.1. Ta stretch of wies BC and CD ace ge = Fibs _ Foe (03) Feolen _ Feo(20) SAE > AE aE” AE Fa Reterring to the geometry shown in Fig, the vertical displacement ofthe points on 3 2 3 For points B and D, cosy = #2 and cosy = 2.Thus the rid boris 3, = 2 the vertical deplacement of points 8 aad D are Foc _ Fac (I3AE _ 169 Fe (eee = Sostq ~ Tas TRAE (60), Sa. — Fe @DVAE _ 100 Fen eh Seip CAE ‘The similar Wiangles shown in Fig gies (te), _ (Goh, 3 00 Fac) 1 (10 s(aaé) “ie aae") as Fae ~ jap Feo e Solving Eqs (1) and (2), yells Foy = 6147316 Figg ~ 4546010 Ts (on), —_mmouer 2h 50.09 [29.0 Ay] Ten nis ny 180 : 0 Rae NE) - ones bn 16 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 167 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of tis material maybe produced, in ny foro by ay meas, without posi a Wifes te pubs. 45% The horizontal beam i assumed to be rigid a ‘supports the distributed load shown, Determine the vertical reactions atthe supports Each support consist ofa woolen post having a diameter of 120mm and an unloaded (original length of 140 m. Take By = 12GPa, G+EMy= 0 Fell) ~ FAQ) - 0 +13, 4 O Fy t Fat Fe-27-0 By be~ 8a srt FES P8: 8p — 4 — De 3FeL Pal _ 2Fel. AE AE AE Fp — Fa 2 Solving Eqs (1)+(3) yields: Fa ® @ Ans Ans Ans. Anim 4459, The horizontal heam is assumed to be dgid and ‘supports the distributed load show. Determine the angle ‘of tl of the beam after the load is applied. Each support ‘consists ofa wooden post having a diameter of 120 mma an unloaded (original) length of 140m. Take Ey ~ 12 GI cr & Fell) - FQ) Fat Ppt Fe-71-0 Ba ~ 84 = 28 Bol Fab _ Pek AE AE AE Fg Fa-2Fe Solving Eqs (1)+(3) yields Fy=SIRSTAN: Fy =96028KN; Fe= ILSTIOKN _ Fak _ SIRSTAO'VLA0) AE HOAP RAI) Fel _UsT1a(u)(1.40) ‘AE -H0I2)12010) _ 0194 — 00597 a 8 = 00199(10-4) rad = 1.1400-9 Pn = 00507(10-) ae 0.1194(10°9) tune (10) ow e ® Ans 8uNim a dase) v27 8 167 M4 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 168 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives, NA sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any moans without pormisio a weg fom the pblsbe. “£0, ‘The assembly consists of two posts AD and CF oan smade of A-26stecl and having a cross-sectional area of 1000 man, and 2 2014-To aluminum post BE having 3 crss- 05m sectional area of 1500 mm? If central load of 400 KN i Applied to the rigid cap, determine the normal sree in each __ port. There i «small pap of O.1 mm between the post BE | q a fad the rigid member ABC. Equation of Equilibrium. Due to symmetry, F4p = Fer = F. Refortng to the FBD ofthe rigid ap, Fie, TER) — 0) Foe + 2F — 400,10") ~0 w Compatbiay Equation Retering tthe initia final position of rods AD (CF) and BE. Fig, 8= 01 + bee F400) __ 4, , Far 0999) Tao yaaa] * Tsa0-Afaac0y] F = 18035 Pye + 510) o Solving Eas) acd 2 yield Fae = 61S6(0)NF = 167 7200)N Nowa Sires F_161.7200) a 100) _ Fag _ ASAIO") _ ou = AE = Sy OM Ans 68 MPa Ans. 4oulooN F fie 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 169 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und al copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion ofthis material maybe produced, in any form oy aay mass, out peso a Wins the publisher. +4461. The distributed loading is supported by the theee suspender bars AB and EF are made of aluminum and CD is made of steel. If each bar has a crosesectional rca of 450mm", determine the maximum intensity w of the tistibuted loading so that an allowable tes Of (sow) ASOMPs ia tho stool and. (dujoq)a ~ 94 MPa" ia the lumiaum is aot excooded. F,,~200GPa, Ey ~ 70 GPa, ‘Assume ACE i rigid, GHEME= 0 Frp(lS) ~ Paa(lS) = 0 Fee = Fan =F 0; 28+ Feo aw = 0 o te Compatibility condition by = 8 PL Feol. AGHA) Aenea? —F~ 995Feo wm Assume fuilure of AB and EF: (ates A oa ras n0 230 rom Ea. (2) Fe = (20887.14 N From 9 (1) = 68.5 KN jen Assume fire of CD: Fen (ata ~ 180(10/)(450\10-) ~ s1000.N rom Eq. (2) F = 28380N From Bq (I)w = 4594N/m (controls) Ans. 169 }04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 170 ——o— 1©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of ts material may be reproduce, aa for ot by any means without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. 442. The rigid links supported by a pin at Aa stel wire ‘BC having an unstretched length of 200 mim and cross sectional area of 225mm, and a short aluminum block having an unloaded length of 50 mm and cross-sectional ates of 40 mmr. If the lnk s subjected to the vertical load ‘howa, determine the average nol tess inthe wigs nd the block. Ey ~ 200 GPa, B,, ~ 70GPa, Equations of Equitibriams G+EMa= 0; 480(250) ~ Fyc(150) — F180) 130 ~ Fac Fy =0 a Comparibitiy: Frye = 040179 Fy 2 Solving Bas [1] and [2] ys: Fp=S3503N Fy =21497N Agen 170 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 171 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mate is protected und all copeght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of this material aay be oproducd, in fom oy ay eas, tout posi la wifes the publisher. 4.43. The sig link s supported by a pin at Aya atel wice BC having an unstretched leagth of 200 mm and eross- ‘sectional area of 225 mm’, and a short aluminum block having an unloaded length of 0 mm and cro sectional arc ‘of 4 mm Ifthe ink subjected to the vertical load shown, ‘determine the rotation of the ink sbout the pin A. Report the answer in eadians Ey = 200 GPa, Ey ~ 70GPa, Equations of Equilibrium: G+EMa= 0; 450(250) ~ Fyc(150) ~ Fy(t50 780 Poe ~ Fy =0 1 Comparibitity: F (200) 225(10 ROOF) KK a Solving Eqs [1] and (2 yields: Po = 53503 Fc = 2497 Displacement: Foley 5350450) b. S505) 9 ons4 mi Anes WUO-}CTONIT tang — 22 000554 0-150 6 = 63.7(10-% rad ~ 0.00365" Ans ler aon 171 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 172 ——— '© 2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a wei om the publsbe. length of 1247 mm, whereas posts A and C havea length of 125 mm, If the cape on the top and bottom can be considered igi determine the average normal stress in fch post The posts are made of sluminam and have 2 28 of 40 ma Ey) ~ 70 GP +464, The center post B of the asembly as an orginal TTI = Pa( 10h) + Pe(100) =0 a 2 H1BFy= 0 +A, 54 = 8 + 00008 F (128) Fa(04247) m0 O-HCOYIP) — 00 LO-*YTOV CAF) 0125 F — 0.1247 = 84 o Solving Eqs (2) and (3) TSI60KN Py = 8S4TN _ 757261105 -1000-) 81710 0 00°) on = 214MPa Ans. “£465. The asembly consists of an A-36 steel bolt and a ‘Cx3400 red brass tube. I the aut s drawn Up sae against the tube so that L = 75mm, then turned an additional Aamownt 20 that it advances DAZ mm on the bot, determine the force ia the bolt and the tube, The bolt has adiameter of ed 77mm and the tube has a cros sectional area of 100 mn sein llea tab aagbeiali ‘bolt is the same. =) roti i eetiege om -——20) Pas) ogo uOI_U) © HOOT HAHA P= 116483 N ~ 1.16kN Ans, 172 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 173 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs oserved This mate is protected undrall copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No potion of this material aay be oproduced, in form oy ay meas, without persion a Wiis the publisher. 466, ‘The asembly consists of an A-36 sect Bolt aad a ‘C33400 ced brass tube. The aut is drawn up saug against the tbe so that £ ~ 75am, Determine the avanimum ditional amouat of advance of the nut on the bolt 0 that ‘none ofthe material wil yield. The bot has a diameter of Tram and the tube has a cross setional sea of 100 ma, Allowable Normal Sires: Pe (ou = 20 (1) = See P (6) = 700(108 Pe 700KN Since Py. > Pes by comparison he brass wil yield fist Compariil a= 8 rh Tooi075)_—,—ToN(0"\75), * FoomFawaey iat Ans. C—_— _ 173 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 174 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs osorved This mate protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No portion of tis material may be reproduced, aan for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. 4467. The thece susponder bars are made of the same ‘material and have equal cross-sectional areas A. Determine the average normal tess in each ba ifthe rigid beam ACE is subjected tothe force P. CHEMa= te Rend) + Fea ~ PS Pe Feat Fee == +13F,= 0; Pap + Feo Fax ~P @ oaa tt is aint a gat iss 4.6% Astcelsurveyor's tapes tobe used to measure the length ofa line. The tape has a rectangular ross section of (005i. by 02:n.and length of 100 ft when Ty = 6O°F and the tension or pull on the tape is 20 fh. Determine the tras leagth of the line if the tape shows the reading t0 ‘be 46225 ft when used with apullof 35 lbatT; ~ VF. The round on which itis placed is Mat. ay ~ S.40(10°)/R, Ea ~ 2900") bs 3, = ATL = 9.6(10-*}(00 ~ 60)(46325) = O13346 8 PLS ~ 20946325) AE ~ (02005200) = 463.25 + 0.133416 + ons961 = 463.41 4 Ams. ouns96 174 M4 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 175 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material maybe oproduced, in any fom oy aay meas, witout pension a Wins the publisher. +408. Three bors cach made of diferent materials sce ‘connected together and placed betweea two walls whea the temperature is T; ~ 12°C. Determine the force exerted ‘on the (cgid) supports when the temperature becomes T,= 18°C. The material properties and crosesectional toa ofeach bar ae given inthe figure (#4) ar-8 0 = 1210-5603) + 21 410-(6)(02) + 17 CO-*\ yO) __ Fos) OOD) 2 }GOH}AO)— &oGN->\AOH}G7 120)00) F ~ 4003 ~ 4204N 4M, ‘The rod ismade of A-%6stecl and has a diameter of Jk —1000M/a, = O01 (025in-1 th rods ft loag when the springs are compresed (05 in-and the tempecature of the rods T= 40°F determine the fore inthe rod when its temporature is T = 16°F 1a ei (3) am 0010) FOI 10} = 660(10-4)(160 — 40)(2\12) — = 001869 in, F = 10040001869 + 018) = 0519 kip 471. A 6-fUlong steam pipe is made of A-36 steel with oy = 40ksi. It ie connected dicctly to two turbines A and B as shown. The pipe bas an outer diameter of 4 in. fand a wall thickness of 0.25 i, The connection was made at T= 10. If the turbines’ points of attachment are fssumed rigid, determine the force the pipe exerts on the turbines when the steam and this the pipe each a temparatuee of T; ~ 275°F. Compaudin: 0 |es (4) br By Foc) 7 0 a 9a — 02) — gq AMD =e ~—— P= 6nip Am 1S —o— 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 176 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sale Rives, NI. Al sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “els No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg Com the blab. “47. A 6fc-Jong steam pipe is made of A.36 steel with cay = 4kst Kis connected directly to two turbines A and 2a shown. The pips has an outer diameter of 4 in. and 2 wall thickness of 0.25 in. The connection was made at 1, = 70°F. If the turbines” points of attachment are assumed to have astffaes of k ~ 8010) kip/in, datemine the force the pipe exerts on the turbines when the steam and thus te pipe reach a temperature of 7) = 275°F. ceeaases s reer : anor i sana 975m — aH 4 = 00143, . + a F = kx = 8400'V000148) ~ 2p Ans _——ee “£73. The pipe is made of A36 steel and is connected to the collars at and 8 Whea the temperature is °F. there {is m9 axial load inthe pipe If bot gas traveling through the Pipe causes its temperate to rise by AT = (4) + 13x), ‘where.cs in feet, determine the average normal stress inthe a 2 pipe The inner diametor is inthe wall hickncss i015 ia. ae Comparibitity: ohm wien fe [fare -) [wo is yar Fe) = oa(i04) [a0 1s pax - EO 0 = 6ea(10 “fax + =e) ws Paws Average Norma Sires BABA ores Ans, lps pe 176 M4 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 177 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sgh reserved. This mate is protected undrall copeght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be uproducd, in foro by ay meas, without pomsio a wii fies the publisher. 4474, ‘The bronze C86100 pipe hes an inner radius of (5 in, and a wall thickness ‘of 02 i. If the eas flowing through it changes the temperature of the pipe uniformly from 7, = 20°F at A to Ty ~ 60°F at B, determine the ‘nial free itexeis onthe wall The pipe was ited between the walls when T = 60°F. 4 ae 3 Tempera Grane ee 110) = 00+ (52) = 0 — 75 Se = Compaubitey: aE re —I 9 = 944(10") [ (e200 — 1752) — as — asa i a= se0(104) ("040 ns ae — ea — rnp am ile 4.78. ‘The 40--ongA.26stee rails om train track ae lid ais sae err mucosa ee Sa aaeaaiE oe ee — Bee ents ee force inthe rls ifthe temperature were to rise to TT, ~ 10°F? Tho crossscctional area of each rails 510. Thermal Expansion: Note tat since adjaent rik expand, each cil wl te =k em 3 Sj inte tegen etch nd Bor thst : ' B= aATL ~ 6010-90 — (-20)}40(12) "ley Seale ee sa eS tea d|é Compas sae (5) ons = 6,— 6 apees Fea) sess = 600-510 — Canary — FAO P= 1954p ns 7 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 178 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of ts material may be reproduce, aa fora or by any means Without pormision a weg fom the blab. “446 The device is ured to measure a change ia temperature. Bars AB and CD are made of A:36 steel and 2014-To aluminum alloy respectively. Whea the temperature is at 75°F ACE is inthe horizontal position. Determine the vertical displacement of the pointer at & when the temperature ites to 50°F ‘Thermal Expansion: (Sr)eo = @wdT Len = 12810190 — 75)(1.5) = 1.44(10-) i. (5e)an = medPLay = 640(10-9(150 ~ 75)(.5) = 027825110) in, Frome eet ofthe ded ar AE how ib rko~ (ae ae (ip [se Jo25 = o.7425(10) + E 44007) ~ 0} = 0.0081 in A477. The bar has crossectional area A, length Ly modulus of clasticity £, and. coefficient of thermal a expansion a The temperature ofthe bar changes uniformly a ® long its length from Tat Ato Tat Bs that at any point ‘calong the bar T'= T+ 2(Tq ~ T/L. Determine the Fa ny force the bar exerts on the rigid walls Initially no axa force isin the barand the bar has a temperature of T, + 0~ by - 8 a Be, However, " Gh ky = adyde ~ ofT, + ts, at =a esto Fron Ba a,-ry p=t*£c,-1) Ans. 178 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 179 ——o— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected undral copeght laws as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material aay be produced in foo by ay meas, without posi a wise the publisher. The Ah sel od hat meter of 5 ad is Heh aachd to the rid sapors st A and 8 when © Tear tite pete becomes Ts ~ 27 and an _— ‘lowe of P= S00GN sapped ois cee, deri me CF ievescion A an 8 Referring othe FBD of the rod, Fig. DER. = 0 Fe — Pa + 2000) -0 o When the rod is wocondrsined at B, it has a free contraction of By = ay ATL = 12(10-*)(80 — 20)(1000) = 0.72 mm. Also, under force P and Fy ‘th tonsrined at, the deformation ofthe rd ae _ Phe __ 200(30°)(500) AE ~ 0055200107] F (00) "x00s)[20007)] ‘Using the method of super postion, eb (4) 0ssae aren, 0-072 02545 + 25968010" Fp Fg ~ 182.74(10) N ~ 183 KN Ans, 5 25465(10°9) Fy ‘Substitute the result of Fy into Bq (1), Fg = 82741) N= ASSN Ans, Pe200 KN P-200 kN ity §§ => (a) é 1 Pez00 kit & 6 &, — i + (b) 179 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 180 ——o— 1© 2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as thoy curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. 4279, The A.36 stot cod has a diameter of 50 nm and is lightly attached to the rigid supports at A and B when la £ 4 T, ~ MPC, Determine the force P that must be applied to the collar a its midpoint 0 that, when T3 = ¥'C, the reaction at Bis zero. aie te aoe, tre aaa tes coca 5 Br = ay ATL = 12(10-*)(50 — 30)(1000) = 024mm Also, under force P with ‘unconstrained at B, the deformation of the rod is 4 fe 7 eigen Fo0s?(200007] lI & Since Fy is required to be zero, the method of superposition, Fig, b, gives ah eeey — jiaazeagese + Op > IS8.50(10)N = 188 KN Ans. 4-80. The rsd block has a weight of 80 kip nd is to be supported by posts A and B, which are made of A-36 steel, and the post C. which is made of C3400 red brass. fal the ‘okt have the sme original ength before they are loaded, ‘etermine the average normal stress developed in each post ‘ven post Cis heated so that its temperature i increased ‘by 20°F Each post has a cross-sectional area of 8 in”, ase ey ownons of Eoin CHIMe=% FA) FAO=0 FAP +12F,=0; 2 +Fe-M=0 1m oor Compatiin: ay Bole ~ Bedr = br Fe gaa(-2}om Pe eR ROT sama 83616 Fe — 4100 F 196 a Song ny F=msitip — Fe=2a8tip ici ern og- EBB assis ji 1501 se 180 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 181 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und all copyght laws as thoy cateatly als No portion of tis material aay be oproducd, in form oy ay eas, without poms a Wifes the publisher. “481. The thros hare ars made of A-36 steel and form: pin-connected truss If the truss is constructed when SO'F, determine the force in each bar when f-3k—+— 304 ras OF)an = Cran + r)40 ” However. das = Sa 2085 Substitute into Ea. (1) figs 5-3 Seis —$ndan= rant Oran ere Fats2) 3 [ssnao-nyti ~ soya) SD) axa ge — soo «Eatin (20186 ~75F an + an @ . ae sue Ee ant Fe i -a($ru)=0 Hash. tact) 2 ‘Solving Eqs (2) and (3) yes Fay = 6549 Ans Fac = Fag = 409kip Ans 4 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 182 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘els No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wit toa th publisber 4482, The throc bars are made of A36stel and forma pia- ‘connected truss Ifthe tris is constructed when 7, ~ SPF. determine the vertical displacement of joint A. when 1, = 10°F. Each bar has acrosesctionl atca of i Gran — Gan = Cran + Bran w However, dar ~ 6am 008; San Fon cond Substitute into Eg. (1) $0r)an~ Orden + ran 5 Gnas “Teac rst Sfoair suse — sexs) F ald X12) 209107) 23925 — 625P 4p = 15212 + 4 Pap AB 4p + 625F 45 = 8613 @ = 6.630- 9150" — SUPE, 12) + Metric ete tta ats ty Sr) tn (SP) Egy ~ VF 4 @ Solving Eqs (2) and (3) yields Fay ~ 68086kip: Fay ~ 10.8939 kip i). @dan+ Oran 10993944) 2E9KI0) = 0.07 in. t Ans = 6.107%) 50° — SOr\4} 2) + a 182 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 183 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs eserved. This mate is protected und all coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of this material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, tout posi a Wit os te publisher. AD is made of copper. Before the 150 force is applied, ‘AB and AC are each ia long and AD is 40 in long. It the temperature is increased by 80°F, determine the foree in each wire ceded to support the Toad. Take Eq = 10) ks, Ey TIO") ES, ay — 810-9), 2g, ~ 9.10 9)/°F. Each wits has a cross sectional seca of 12? ~ Pagcos m Compatibitey Bachr ~ 80(10-*) (8060) ~ 0.03840 in, ache _ 003840 aos? ~ cos 5 ‘(Bandr ~ 9.60( 10°) (80)(40) ~ 0.03072 in By ~ Gacy, ~ Bandy ~ 05431 — 049072 ~ 1.02359. Grobe ~ Bacde, + % ach, ~ ~ 005481, Fyp(Q) F() aces ToIDaA 7G ~ CORREA UFR Ae (19138 4p ~ 023798 = 285858 ey Solving 1] nd (2 yi Fye~ Fan F = 100% Am. Fy= 108 Am. “Re 183 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 184 ——e— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under all copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis meal may be reproduced, aa fora ot by any means without pormision a weg om the publsbe. 484 ‘The AMIOOHTG! magnesium alloy tube AB is san 2000 capped witha rgd plate E-The gap between F and end Cot 5 {the 6061-T6 aluminum alloy solid circular rod CD is 0.2 mm Secon when the temperature is at 3° C. Determine the normal a ‘tress developed inthe tube and the rod if the temperature ‘se 0 Ml” C Nolet the thicknes of th rig cap. - ac, Damm om 490 Compatibity Equation: If tube AB and red CD are uacoastainc, thy wil aye & free expansion of (8r)ap ~ dag T Lap ~ 26(10-*)(80 — 30)(30) = 039 mand (onlco = eadT Len = 24(10-*)(80 — 30)(450) = 054mm Referring to the deformation diagram ofthe tube and the rod shown in Fi, (rn - (5r)aa] + {(Ar)eo - (Br}eo) £00) 02 =| 039 -——___F0)_) , ‘ome? — oo?) aaTya0) F- M0160" Normal Stes ug = = 2 = as MPa Ams, ‘(000s - 0025) oo BOS _ ¢soupa Ams ows) P= 1074241N 184 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 185 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK ll sgh reserved. This mate protected undrall coprght laws as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of this material ay be produced in fom oy ay ass, tout posi a wis the publisher. +485. The AMIOO4-TOI magnesium alloy tube AB is ‘capped witha rigid plate. The gap between E and end C of the 061-76 aluminum alloy solid circulae rod CD is 0.2 mea when the temperature is at 30° C. Determine the highest temperature to which it can be ened without casing felling either n the tube or the rod. Neglect the thickness tthe nid cop. c= Eg HABE ae Haney 5MPa Ans 487. Determine the maximum normal sess developed in the bar when tis subjected toa tension of P = SEN, Forth fil: (atone) -12MPs For the hoe: B|e B B From Fig.425.K = 2375, ous ~ Korg sao) ) = 295g ney = 190MPs Ans 186 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 187 ——e— (©2010 Peatson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, All sgh reserved This mate is protected unr all copyght ans as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in fom oy ay eas, witout posi a Wife publisher. 4.88, If the allowable normal sess for the bar i aie ~ 120 MPa, determine the maximum axial force P ‘hat can be applied to the bas Assume failure ofthe fill. wo, i eee) From Fig 424.K = 14 San Koy P sao = 14 (sega) 8S7KN Assume failure ofthe hole From Fig 425.4 = 2295 roe ~ tas = Key P 2000) =22%5 (Goranara) P= S05 EN (controls) Ans. +499. The members tobe made from astee pate thats 025 in. tick. If «Ln. hole is dled through its center, ‘determine the approximate width of the plate so that it ‘can support an axial force of $8508 The allowable sre Seg = 22S. som 3508 ee = ons = Keng aa we 0a, tin » aask 455) 33 Dy tslandono tome +25.mee =~ 02, K~ 24s wo 29 187 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 188 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion ofthis mail may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permission a wit fom the pulser £90, ‘The A.36 ste! plate has a thickness of 12 mm. If there are shoulde fillet at Band C.and ao. ~ 150 MPa, ddctermine the maximum axial load P that ican support. Calculate ts elongation, nepectng the effect of the filets. Masimnums Normal Stress at filet: ro £805 and sie 20 0 Fromthe text,K'= 14 ame ~ Cater ~ Keng ; wa -id ata] P= 77.86N = 771kN Ams Displacement: rss aE TAes6(a00) | _77142.86(800) WaoUaRAO AT * Waye.012y200j00) = 0429 a Ans 491, Determine the maximum axial fore P that can be Li a12sin, applica to the bar. The bar is made from steel and has an ae SMlowable stesso ue = 2 Assume failure of the fillet £025 125 From Fig 424, K = 173 tee ~ nex ~ Key 21-179 P= 1ssrkip Assune tre ofthe ole 955 wos From Fig. 4125, K ~ 248 ate ~ Sm Kan P 1-26 (Garam) P= 121 kip. (contol) Ans 188 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 189 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. All sighs eserved This mate protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe oproduced, in form oy ay ass, tout poms a Wiis the publisher. “4.02, Determine the maniawm normal stress developed the bar when itis subjected fo a tension of P = 2p. Aviat: fe From Fig 424, K = ori, Athol Prom Fig 425, K = 245 2 Tas, Sa = 285) 34Sksi (Controls) Ao. +493. Determine the maximum normal stress developed the bar when itis subjected toa tension of P Maximum Normal Stress at fillet 47 MPs suo) 26 aoe-tnayan =883 MPa (Controls) Ams 189 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 190 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mail may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without permission a wet toa th publsber £94 The resulting stress distribution along section AB {or the bar is shown, From ths distribution, determine the approximate resultant aval force P applied tothe bar Also, ‘wht isthe stres-concentation factor for this geometry? folume under curve Jos Number of squares = 10 P~ 10(3)(1,(05) ~ 15 kip Are P___1skip oe a ~ Winyosiny 75 'i og _ 12 ksi Tan TSI £95. ‘The resulting stress distribution along section AB sia {or the bar is shown, From ths distribution, determine the approximate resultant axa force P applied tothe bar AIS, ‘wl isthe sires concentration factor fr this poometty? Number of guares =28 P ~ 28(6(02)05) ~ 168 kip Ans. P__ 68 ee A ~ 20S 05) = tke ou _ 36 2-9-0 Ams 74.96, “The resulting stros distribution along section AB om for the bar is showa. From this distribution, determine the approximate resultant axial force P applied tothe bar. Also, ‘wat isthe steess- concentration facto fr this poomety? Number of guares = 19 P= 19(5)(10%(01)001) ~ 19 eN P1900) | omg = 5 = Gi = 2875 MPa rau __30MPa tag 7 BISMPa Am 190 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 191 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NK. All sighs eserved. This mati is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe oproducd, in nfo oy ay eas, tout poms a iis the publisher. +497. The 0p weigh isslowly seton the top of post ‘made of 2014-16 alumioum with an A-26stec core. f both tmatcrils canbe considered elastic perfectly plastic, determine the sressin cach materia. Equations of Equilibrium: HTEF,= 0; Put Pa 300 Plastic Analysis: Assume both materials sil have castically under the load. 8 + Solving Eqs [1] and [2] yields S61 kip Py = MOD Kip (oKy An = 4858 65> (oe — HDS “Therefor, te tel core yells and othe elastic analysis is invalid The stres inthe seals = (oyu = 3608S Am. Pa =(pwAn 260(F)) = 11340 kip, From Ba [1] Pa = 18550 kip = IAB isi < (oy)y = 600K Ans. 191 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 192 ——e— 1© 2010 Peurson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copyright ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permision awit oath publisher 4498. ‘Me bac has across sectional area of 0 in andi 4 2 Bk C sup tmade of & material that has a stress-strain diagram that — = fen be approximated by the two line seyments shown, Determine the elongation of the bar due to the applied sts) loading. «i | Average Normal Stress and Strain: For segment BC ‘son wa ind Fi 8 eos 20 _ 4-20 qq ~ 0001 ~ D021 — O.00T Brae ~ Bac + Bay ~ O12 + 0420 ~ 0432 in. Ans. eS gy fargo a8, 192 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 193 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of his material ay be produced in nfo oy ay ass, tout posi a Wises the publisher. 499. The sig be spp by pina A a wo 6 : fel wien cach bing» dams of mani the yl yy 9 Stew forthe wees uy = 0 MPa and = 200 GPa, Stern he nen of th dia tow htc be paced onthe tens andl ut aun we tt eet ll. Wha isthe dsplacemen! of pola fortis as? For the canon, sume tat the ssl san pevtecly paste . equations of Eilibriam Sian Bie CHEM A= 0, Fax(O4) + Feo(065) ~ 080 (04) 04 Fax + 065Fen = 0320 m Plastic Analysis: Wie CD will yc ist followed by wire BE. When both wies yield (=)(ome) = 6.660 KN Substituting the resuls into Eq, [1] yields: Sc _ Sse Oxo 8g = Bye = 20.120) = 424mm Ans. 193 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 194 ——e— (©2010 Person Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mail may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wt om th publisher "4100, ‘The rsid bar is supported by a pin at A and two < stool wires each having a diameter of mam. If the yield a a stress for the wites is oy = 530 MPa, and Ey = 200 GPa, Getcemine (a) the intensity ofthe istbuted load w hat ‘an be placed on the beam that wil cause only one ofthe twies to tact to yield and (b) the smallest iateasity of the distributed load that wil cause both wies to yield. For the ealeulation, assume thatthe steel is elastic perfectly = + “ o plastic Tit [$00 mF 20am —— Equations of Equilibrium: and G+EM4= 0b Fal 0) + Feel 6S) ~ 08w (04) 0A Fg + 065 Fey = 0.320 a () By observation, wire CD will ye fist eyA= sx(0F)()(oane) Then Feo, 6.660 kN, From the geometry Pe Ro icy = 16tSbae Fok _ AE Feo Bh Using Fp = 6660 Nand solving Es [I] an 2 ile: Fog = 40994 w= 187ENm Am. (©) When bot wreck Fue= Feo = (oA < sao(\(Z)(o0e) = 6660 KN Substitating the rests into [I] yields w= 219 N/m Ans. 194 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 195 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK All sighs reserved This mati protected undrall copeght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in ny form o by ay eas, without posi a Wii ios te publisher. “4.101. The rig lever arm ie supported by two A-36 steel wires having the same diameter of 4mm. If a force of P—3EN is applied to the handle, determine the force ‘developed inboth wces and their corresponding elongations. (Consider A-36 steel as an clastc-perfetly plastic material, Equation of Equbrinm, Refering to the free body diagram ofthe lver shown Fe, CMe =O) Fant) + Fen (50) ~ (10450) ~0 2+ Feo 900) o asic Analysis. Assuming that both wires AB and CD behave as lineady elastic, the compatibility equation canbe written by referring to the peometry of Fi. b, vo 2Peo ° Fg = 3000 1100 = 124M < (ove (ox) Hoar) cn 3 =a as a8 Pa > Cre wey a (on Sioce wie AB iki the clastic analysis nat vl The ston mst be reworked — Fag ~ (ora Aan ~ 20(10)[F(0008) ~sursos = 34448 ie Substituting this rest into Eq. (2), Feo ~ N68IN ~2724N Ans Fon 71681 Feo _ 1681 as620 ura <(v)e (oxy Aco Ham) “ 195 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 196 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sado Rives, NA sighs escrved This mts protected under al coprght ans as they curently “est No potion of is mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any nea without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. 4101, Continued Since wire CD is linearly elastic ts longation cam be determined by Feoleo ___ 7681(300) 50 Aeon Hoo) (20(17) ~ 02248 mm ~ 0324 nm Ans From Ea, @), Baa ~ 28g ~ HO328) ~ 0669 Ans. 196 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 197 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sale River, NE All sighs reserved This mate is protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material ay be oproducd, in an fom o by ay meas, tout poms la Wiis the publisher. 44102, The sigid lever arm is supported by two A-26 tet wires having the same diameter of 4 mm. Determine the sallest force P that will ause (a) only one of the wires C0 yield: (b) both wires to yield. Consider A:36 stel as an ‘elatc-perfectly paste material, ation of Equilibriam, Refering tothe free-body diagram of the lever arm shown Fig, CHEM = 0 F 4x (300) + Fe(180) — PASO) 2F ay + Fe o Elasle Analysl. The compatibility equation can be written by referring to the _poometry of Fie. b. ® Assuming hat wire AB i about wo yield frst, F, (ra Aun = 250(10[£(0004) | From Eq. (2), Fey = His) = 150908 Substituting the result of 4g and Fey into Eg, (1), Pati Analysis Sine both wites AB and CD are required to yield, (ove A = 2s0(u0|= (0008 ] Substituting this result into Eq (1), 197 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 198 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, Al sighs esorved This mati is protected under all copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa ov or by any means without permission a weit tom th publisher 44102. The theee bars ae pinned together aad subjected tothe load P each bar has a eos sectional area A, Tength Land s made from an elastic perfectly plastic material, for Which the yield sires is oy, determine the largest load (timate load) that can be supported by the bars ie. the Toad P that causes all the bar 10 viel Also, what i the horizontal displacement of point A when the load reaches its ultimate value? The modulus of elasticity is . P= 314150N — 3.14kN Ans. ‘When al bar yield, the force in cach bar Fy = oy A SEF,=0; P—20yAcos® — ay =0 P= oyAQeos0 + 1) Ans. ae AC wil yok ist followed by bars Af and AD. “4104 The cigid beam ie supported by thees 25-mm isnster A-%6 stool ods. If tha beam supports the force of P~ 230 KN, determine the force developed in each rod. Consider the tel tobe an laste perfecty-pstc material ‘Equation of Equilibrium, Referring othe fre-body diagram of the beam shown in Fie +138, = 0; Pan + Foe + Por ~230(10°) = 0 o GC +3My =O F qe( 400) + Fer(1200) ~ 230(10*)(800) Fae + $F aio) e lastic Analysis. Referring to the deflection diagram ofthe beam shown in ig. 6, the compatibility equation canbe wrttea as 1 Ban + her Fal. _2(Feol:) | 1 Feel.) az ~ aE) * AE a: of Fac ~ 3 Fan + 5 Fee ° Solving Eqs (1). (2). and (3) For = 1312851N Fue = 6S71420N Pag = 22857.14N 198 —o— M4 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 199 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate is protected undrall coprght laws as thoy cateatly als No portion of tis material maybe produced in form oy ay eas, witout posi a wis s the publisher. 4104, Continued Normal tess. i107 26074 MPa > (ore ae ons) Ci osri429 ($5029 _ rsss7 Pa < (re (oxy x00) (6594 MPa < (oye (OK) 00 ia” Home) Since rod CF yields the elastic analysis #8 not valid. The solution must be reworked using Fer = (ova dcr ~ 280(10 | 7a02s!)| = 12271846N = 24 Ams ‘Substituting this rel into Eq. (2), Fu 184461 N =918KN Ans. Substituting the result for Fey and Fito B.C), Fan ~ 1518693 = 15.4 kN Ans 157.10 MPa < (oy) ox) Fan _ 153685 _ 3.45 MPa < (@y)n OK) 40 Ann ous) iZoomm | ¢oomm |4aomm > @ 199 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 200 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs esorved This mate is protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aan or or by any means Without permission a wit oath pblisber +4105, ‘The rigid beam ix supported by three 25-ma ee he eae setuSaa ma aereaen ee cee eee eee “a aaa Lh. Ceteclact! Equation of Equilibrium, Referring tothe free hody diagram ofthe beam shown Fea, +138, = 0 Fan + Fae + For ~ 25010) = 0 w CAMA 0 Fg( $0) + Fer(1200) ~ 230(10°)(800) — Fae + Fer ~ (10) ® Elastic Analysis Refrsing tothe deflection diagram of the heam shown in Fig, the compatibility equation canbe written as w+ (2) a0) Ba Sar ~ F840 + 38cr o ab EE) eae) 2 Fae = 3 Pant 5 Fer o Solving Eqs (1) (2), and (4) Fer =13MOKSTN yp = (STIN2DN Fay = 3ASTAGN Normal Stes ocr = 260.24 MPa(1) > Corde we) oe 19387 MPa (T) < (ye (OK) ony = £2 = 6694 MPa(T) < (era (ox) Since rod CF yields, the elastic analysis is aot valid. The solution must be reworked uring ce = (Orbe = 250MPa (1) Fer = ocr Ace = 20(104| Z(o02s)| = 271846N 200 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 201 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NI. All sighs reserved This mati protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material aay be produced, in form oy ay ass, tout permis a Wiis the publisher. 44105, Continued Sutstitutng this result into Eq. (2), F ge = 918445 N Substituting the result for Fey and Fy into Ea, (1), Fay = 1586938 we _ SISAL me = Fe ~ Hom) 7 SHOMPACD < Corde oxy Fay _ 1543698 s ; oa Fee Fama SMUD < Corde (OK) Residual Stresses. The proces of removing P can be represented by applying the force P’, which has @ magnitude equal to that of P but is opposite in sense, Fic. Since the proces occurs ina linear manne, the corresponding normal siress mst have the same magnitude but opposite sease to that oblained from the clastic analysis Thus ey = 2S.7AMPA(C) oy = 13387 MPa(C) ony = 6694 MPa(C) ‘Considoring the tonsil stress. as positive and the compressive stress. as nopative, (er), = Bee + Wer = 250 + (-261.74) = “177 MPa 32 MPa(T) Ans. “355 MPa =355MPa(C) Ams. T7MPa(C) Am. (one), = Ge * one = 187.10 + (13387) (oan), = 40 + an = HAS + (66.84) [400mm | -foomm \-4a, @ 201 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 202 ——— ‘©2010 Person Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mtu is protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eist No potion of tis mail may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permision a wit tom th publisher $106, ‘The distributed loading is applied to the sis beam, which is supported by the thre bars Each bar basa crossaccional area of 125 i? and & made (OM a4, ‘material having a sirse-siin diagram that can be 70%) ‘pproximated by the two ine segments show, I load of tap sk © w= 25 kip/fts appt the hea, det the sss inesch brand theeria depscementofthe bean | on ag — nf) C+EMy Feld) — FAA) = 0 Pao Fok HIER, <0; OF + Ra 200=0 o Since the leading and geometry are symmetrical, the bar will remain horizontal “Therefor, the dsplacemeat ofthe bars is the same and henee the force in each bar isthe same. From Ea (1) Fg = 6687 kip % oc SS ‘Ans. From theses tain diagram 3-36 © 0012 ~ 02 ~ noord RAAT aL = 01447%15)(12) = 869in, ‘Ans 202 aE Sebet-tean SRORR! “G/ARIAA: /S i OE yee B82 —— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs oserved This mate protected undo all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No prion of his material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay eas, without posi la Wife publisher. 4.7. The distributed loading is applied to the rigid beam, which is supported by the three bars Each bar has cross-sectional area of 0.75 in? and is smade from a material having astress-strain diagram that can be approtimated by the two line segments shown, Determine the inteasity of the distributed loading w aseded to cause the Beam to be displaced downward 15 in, omni Fed) — FAN) =O Fa=Fe=F 2F + Fy Sw =0 fsthe same, From Ea. (1), Fy = F = 206600 From the stresestrain diagram: Was “50H 2-3 36 ‘mms — ora ~ 02 — 0001S * = 0405 inn = 38.87 ks Hence F = A = 3889 (0.15) = 29.15 kip From Bg. (2).w = 109 kip/t pth inn) 1 w Since the system and the loading ae symmetrical the bae wll remain horizontal. “Rence the displacement of the bars isthe sme and the force supported by each bar ® Ans. 203 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Daga 204 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sale Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. 4.108, ‘The rgid beam is supported by the three posts A, P P Band C of equal length Posts and C have a diameter of 7S mm and are made of aluminum, for which Ey = 70 GPa andy) = 20 MPa. Post has a diameter of 20 mm and cee ee he imars ad ‘1 >— (epi ste Bele st emp oP Sah peal Ba SS yn yl ae poll poecpte-pim pie 2My=0; Pa Fo= Fu $13Fy= 0; Fy + 2Py—2P a (2) at and Cl ytd, Fa= (oud = acotygyounsy = S36 KN (69, 4 BOD 0 Compatiiy condition Bend oss) aarfonaay 0-072 Fe ROTGEN Ee sie de ie Fromq (0), 076 + 28836) - 2P = 0 oan Am (0) a peti From Eg. (I): 188.5 + 2(8836) —2P — 0 isan Ans. 204 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 205 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und al copyght laws as they cateatly ‘als No portn of this material ay be oproduced, in fom oy ay ass, tout poison a Wifes the publisher. +4100. The rigid beam is supported by the three posts e e 2B, and C. Posts A and C have a diameter of 6D and are made of aluminum, for which Ey ~ 70 GPs (oy)a = 20MPa. Post 8 & made of brass for which Bye = 100GPa_and (ay) = 590MPa. If P = 150 EN, | 7 a determine the largest diameter of post A so that all the a br a post yield at the same tine, am 222 OF da + Fae ~ 260 (aly = (aA = 20(101( 0.067 = 56.55 kN rom Ea. (1), 215655) + Fyy — 260 = 0 Fye= M69KN 14690104) (oye = S90 7 fe = ra dy ~ 001779 m ~ 178mm Ans. 208 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 206 ——— (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormision a weg fom the blab. 44116, Te wie BC a ant of 125 ina he tata a he sia cracls shown he fare Determine the real daplcement the het ‘the pal a he gs soy need ad ecb ution of Eirias G+EMa= 0; — FactS0) ~ P(80) = 0 Ot, (a) From Eq.[1] when P = 4501b, Fae * Averge Normal Sire Sir: oe = Hie = TI sort oom tt From te Str Stn diagram f sa 0 SRO ge = 00nsr inn ac OOM Hf ke Displacement: * P Bc ~ tach ~ OST) — 2347 ae re fof. ay = (0) FomEg It whca P= e001, yc = 0 Ane Nora St i Sai Fac __ 96 om ge Ruse MM From Ste Sndigra naw __w—7 exe — 0007 12-007 OE infin. Dipacomet Bye ~ ache ~ OITA) ~ 3508, Se ate, gad 82-88, 55 Erasmo) ~ 6unin An 206 16060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 207 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs oserved This mati protected undrall copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be produced, in foo by ay meas, tout posi la wis the publisher. JIL, The bar having @ diameter of 2 in. is fixed ‘connected at its ends and supports the axial load PI the material is clastic perfectly plastic as shown by the stress-strain diagram, determine the smallest load Paceded to cause segment CB 10 yield If this load is released, ‘determine the permanent dieplacement of point C. nin) or When P is increased, region AC will hecome plastic first, then CB wil become plastic. Thus, Fa Fa~ 0A ~ 291) ~ 2382 kip Fat Fa-P-0 o P ~ 2002832) ~ 125.6 kip SIF P~ 126 kip Ans. ‘The deflection of point Cis, fe 2 = (Q001)(3)12) = 006i. — ‘Consider the reverse of Pon the bat FQ) _ Fa) AE AB Fa’ = 15 Fal So that from Ea. (1) Fy =04P Fy = 06P. 10412566)3)012), "(DF @0/0.001) 5 ~ 0.036 — DeDss ~ A720. — Ans. = U0 ia, + 207 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 208 ——— (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, Ni. A sighs esorved This mtu is protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. 4112, Determine the clongation of the bar i Prob. 4-111 when both the load P and the supports peaorel te) » ae ets) When P is increased, region AC will become plastic fit, then CB wil become plasti Thas, B= Bq = 0A = {aX} = 2852 kip BEE,=0 Fat Fe a P = 20282) = 2566p 16 Kip Ans “The deflection of point Cis dened Consider the reverse of onthe bar FQ) AE Pe Sothat from Ea. (1) “The reat ection are Fy) = Fy" ~ 60832 + 06(125.65) ~ 62452 — 04(12566) ~ 1256p ‘hea the supports are removed the elongation willbe, PL__12568(5\12) 88 ~ Sapanjoany ~ 0120 a fe fee i = 208 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 209 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NE All sighs reserved. This mati is protected undrall copyght aw as ey cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be produced in any foro by ay meas, without poms a Wises the publisher. “4.13. A material hasa stress-strain digram that cam be ° described by the curve o ~ ce!” Deteemine the deflection Sof the end of a rod made From this material if it has a length L, crose-stcional area A. and a specific weight 7 olf see | #0) = eats) we: 4 Pa) a bas However o(e) = 707; ace) = $F Pe From Eq. (1), I: Pu) _ aa rea tax Ams 44114, The 2014:T6 shuminum rod has a damter of. 4 ; ae slightly attached to the rid supports at A and B when mal T, TW. i the temperature becomes Ts ~ —10°E, nasil foros of P — 1619 applied to the igi collar at "2 s ‘Showa, determin the rections st Asad Aa art Oe a oy 3 Fx(t3) . Pe Pasay ~ PMO — (10) + ET eo fa Hf Ge 2(0.008) + 2.1251 — F, 4 Ayr. (3 Fa=2itkip Ans, mm _ uanine a 4415, The 2014-76 aluminum rod has diameter of i (05 in. and is lightly attached to the iid supports at A i and B when Ty ~ 70°F. Determine the force P that must 7 te apptiod to the collar so that, when T= OFF, the hea P15) OS \IOHVIP) P= 4s5Kip Ans. r2s(u0-*y(70)13)1 + 0 209 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 210 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati is protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eist No potion ofthis mail may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permission a wit om th pulser “416 The rods cach have the same 25-nm diameter and bmm length. If they are made of A-36 stecl, determine the forces developed in each rod when the temperature increases to 50°C. Equation of Equilibrio: Referring to the lree-ody diagram of joint A shown in Papsing? ~ Pye sia Fay ~2Fcos Pac= Pao =F Fas a Compatbiicy Equation: If AI and AC are unconstrained, they will have 2 fot expanson of (3)]an~ (8x)ac = te ATL = 1200 X06 Retest the iil sd al pstion oon A, Bra (r)an= (51), ~ Bre Due to symety it A wil ples horizontal. and Bc? — PA — 2g Tha, @). 854g (Br)an = 2(8r) ac ~ Bac 2067) 4 304 By! ~ 28 Ths this equation becomes F (60) Fon) pst — 036 = 210.35) —2| —_F_ F{a02?) aoc) atthe Figg 28 ~ 17671459 e Solving Bas (1) and 2), Fan ~ Fac ~ Pap ~ S890486N ~ S89KN Ans 210 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 211 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NE All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und al copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced, in fom oy ay meas, without poms a Wises te publisher. “$117, Two A36 steel pipes, cach having a cross sectional area of On, are sorewed together using & 2 ‘union at B as shown. Originally the assembly is adjusied so that no foad is on the pipe. If the unioa i the tightened ‘so that sere, having lead of 0.15n, undergoes two fll SSeS ‘urns, determine the average normal sess developed inthe pine, Assume that the wnion at and couplings at A and © are rigid. Neglect the size of the union. NotThe lead would ‘cause the pipe, when unloaded, to shorten 0.13 in. whea the tion rotated one revolution, “Te load acting on both segments A and Care he same sce no external oad 0s)05in acts on the system, 1G 03- bya + Bac —— A ag Pex), PO, In by 0.32@29)(107) * 03229)(10*) P= s64Kip on=o Am —— . displacement of end B relative to end A just before the plug. ou, ica arts tosipout Ea, ~ 98 GP. Equations of Equitioriam: owenesa SER P— Aso. OKH 00090. = 0 f P= 6540 KN = 5654N Ams stopaanieens Panosesescoon al Distacement sane se est oie jna> DE _ 56549010.) 7°" 956549(1") xe ~ saan) * arama ye5y0%) ~ 0008188 m ~ 0.0918 mm Am. 2 04 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:20 DM Dage 212 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, Al sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “oust No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aan orm or by any means without permission a wet tom th publisber 44119, The assembly consists of two bars AB and CD of the same material having a modulus of elasticity Ey and ‘coefficient of thermal expansion a, and a bar EF having 8 ‘modulus of elastity E; and coefficient of thermal ‘expansion as. All the bars have the same length Land ‘rosssectional area A. If the rigid beam ‘orginally horizontal at temperature 7, determine the angle it makes vith the horizontal when the temperature is increased on Equations of Equlibiame C4EMe= 0 Fan~ Fur F +TER,= 0; Fep-2F-0 oy Compaibitivy: San anbe~aade Ben ~ CBeodr + Bender Sax ~ xshr ~ arde From the geometry Bey — Ban _ Sar Ban a oy Ben = Bae + Ban code + Ccode] = Gaebe~ Gere + Gaar — ashe fac: -T™HL+ Fu) Fa = ft, TL A 9 Te Ty AD Bl Substitute Eq, [1] into (2). seu re 2m (Ts ToL + Fu. (= 790 FE + ay = ToL se AE AR Te T (Ts) ses sn, (Sieg!) - tea: oe =F AEE, Tait) ETT wt aay re Ou a= HENGE =) = BT, 0) (ue= ait 708 upp ~ AEE AE = Tes = ML) _ Ex(Ts — Tylon — aX) = AE, (SEz + Ey) SE, + Ey LSE + EMTs ExLdTs 3+ E 5a @aahe~ Bande = 212 —o— M4 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:20 DM Dage 213 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mate is protected und al coprght laws asthe cateatly ‘ais No pmtin of tis material maybe uproducd, in form oy ay eas, without poms a Wiis the publisher. 4119, Continued uds~T) aE: — &)] Roo (SE: + Et BE) Ls ~ Tiles = a6) SE: +E, 4p Ser = San _ BELT: ~ Tas a) m a SE, + E3) = ee dey *4.120, ‘The rigid ink i supported by a pin at A and two. ‘A-36 stool wires each having an unstctched lngth of 12a. tnd eros sectional ares of 0.0125 in. Determine the force developed in the wires when the link supports the vertical oad of 501. Exquations of Eqaitibriam: CHEM =O —Fe(9) — Fala) + 35016) - 0 a Compas ssi Fx(L) _ FekL) WAE UAE me OF, ~ aR, pI sn Solving Fe 1] and [2 yok: pe Fg S66 Ans. og Fe = 195th Ans. 7 213 5 bettnnn SAORR “G/AR/SA: °9659 OE Ripe B08" eS 1© 2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mts protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormisioa awe fom the pblsbe. ‘A shaft is made ofa ste! alloy having an allowable Shear stress of raioe ~ 12K I the diameter ofthe sha is 15 in, determine the maximum torque T that can be ‘ransmited. What would be the maximum toeque Tif ‘in-iameter hole is bored through the shaft? Sketch the shearstress distribution along. a ral ine in each ease Allowable Shear Stress: Applying te torsion formula te Faae = Fate = FE _ 1079, © £075), T= 195kip- Allowable Shear Stres Applying the torsion formula pete rau ~ tan ~ 5 p= 207) FOI — 03) 1 = 6381 kip _Tp__ 638105) tresm 7 ~ Faas — 05) ow Ane areas Ans. one 24 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 215 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved This mati is protected und all copeght ans as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe oproduced, in form by ay meas, tout posi a wii ies the publisher. 5.2. The slid shaft of ead is subjected toa torque T. “ Determine the radius r of tho inner coee of the shaft that resists one-half of the applied torque (7/2). Solve the problem two ways (a) by using the torsion formula, () by c finding the resultant of the shear-stress distribution. - @ 215 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 216 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs osorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion of tis mei may be reproduced, ia a for or by any means without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. S.A The solid shaft is ied to the support at © and ‘subjected to the torsional loadings shown. Determine the shear tress at points A and B and sketch the shear sresson ‘volume elements located a these points el “The internal torques developed at Cross sections pas theough poiat Hand A see shown in Fig. a and 6, respectively. “he pole moment of aria of he sate (0.03) — 40.7000") mt Foe point B.py ~ C~ 0075 Ths, Tue 410°V0.075) re $9.70010°9) 036410") Pa From point ,p4 ~ 005 m, ng = Lata _ 10005) ao" 000-9 n36(108) Pa SI ©) o 4k (a ) @ 4knm 216 96 betta SRORM "SPARIAA: /9 65 TE yeah REP =f> (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und al copyght ans as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material maybe produced in form oy ay ass, tout poms a Wises the publisher. shearsiessdisiibution. 8) Applving Torsion Formate Te ___ 75004) For ons) re. Or 00755 mac ~ 047008) = z 1SN-m by Integration Method: SA, The tube is subjected to a torque of 7S0N- a, Determine the amount of this torque that is resisted by the ‘ray shaded section. Solve the problem two ways: (a) by ‘sing the torsion formula, (b) by finding the resultant ofthe ae = = ay ~ 0488 MPa r= (C)ran ant 4A apa the absolute maximum sheae stress developed inthe pipe. oe 5.5. The copper pipe hasan outer diameter of 40 man aad an ner diameter of 37 mm, If its iehtly secured to the wall at A and three torques ace applied to its shown, determine Nm 217 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 218 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NI. Al sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis mail may be roprodued aa ov or by any means without pormisioa a wet tom the pblisber S46, The solid shaft has diameter of O75 in. If i is subjected to the torques shown, determine the maximum shear stess developed in regions BC and DE of the shat. ‘The bearings at A and F allow fee rotation ofthe sta Tree _35(12\0375) (oleae TF a5 a Tyee _ 25(12)(0375) _ C08) mm = = se Ams. Xen Foun 57. The solid shaft hae a diameter of 075 ia. If subjected to the torques showa, determine the maxinim shear stress developed in repions CD and EF of the shalt. ‘The bearings at A and Fallow fee rotation ofthe sha Tere (0p oe = EE = 0 Ans. Greolan = Te0E — 19023031) (reobawe = 7 OT = 2173 pai = 217 bat Ams bee Soup bedag fous 28 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 219 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, I. All sighs reserved. This mati protected undoral copeght aw asthe cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe produced, in fom oy ay meas, witout posi a Wiis the publisher. °5S.8, The solid 3-aum diameter shaft is used to transit SON sone the torques applied to the gears Determine the absolute maximum shear sieoss onthe shaft, s oom Internal Torque: As shown on torque diagram. ) Maximum Shear Sires: From the torque diagram Tig = 400 N-m. Then, applying torsion Formula ON a Bom Tom so} 15.9, The shafl consists of three concentric tubes, each ‘made from the same material and having the inner and r=s0Nm ‘outer rai shown. If torque of 7 — 80) Nv ieappliod to the ig disk fined to ie ead, determine the maximum she ‘stress inthe sha. 2m 4~ Foss! — 03) + Za - 0125) + Z (oso — (om J = 258500) Te 52m + cha 219 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 220 ——— (©2010 Porson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. AU sighs osorved This mati protected under al copyright ans as they curently “eds No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permisioa a wt tom th publisher ‘S10, The coupling i+ used to connect the two shafts r together. Assuming that the shear stress in the bolts is uniform, determine the number of bolts necessary to make R ‘the maximum sheae sess inthe shat equal to The shear ‘ress inthe bots Each bolt has a diameter d ‘isthe numberof ols and isthe sheae force in each bot L Tanpr= =e ? mer=o =e 22 A @e ae Maximum shea sess for the shaft ae Te SUL The assembly consists of two sections of galvanized Steal pipe connected together using a reducing coupling at “Thesmaller pipe hasan outer deameter of (73 n.and an inner ameter of 0.5 ia, wheress the lager pipe has an outer ‘iameter of in and aa inner diameter of (6a. the pipe is ‘ih secured othe wall at C, determine the maximum shear sires developed in each section ofthe pepe when the couple shown applied fo the handles ofthe wrench Te_ 2100375) 7” Foss" oxe Te__ 21005) 36 ksi rT ~ FOS — 048) ain 5 FSV terewtin 0 Tuer 220 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 221 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be uproduced, in foro by ay meas, witout posi a Wiis the publisher. °5.12, The motor delivers a torque of 50 Nm tothe shaft AB. This torque is transmited to shaft CD using the gears at E and F. Determine the equilibrium torque Ton shaft CD and the maximum shear sess in each shaft. The bearings 8, C.and D allow fee rotation ofthe shafts Equitiriam: CHEMO 50 FOS) = 0 F = 1000N GHEMp= 0, T= 10000125) - 0 T= 125N-m Ans “Internal Torque: As shown on FBD. ae Maximum Shear Sires: Applying torsion Formula. Ams 12500175) re EOE) = £18, Ifthe aplid torqu oa shaft CD 87" — 75N-m, determin the aolute maxon shear tes each shat “The bearings B, Cand D allo free rotation of the shafts andthe motor holds the shafts fied from rotating, Equtibiane C+EMe = 0) 75 ~ F025) C+EMe = 0) (005) ~ Ta =0 Ty = 200N-m {Invert Torque: As shown on FED. Masinum Shear Sires: Applyig the tosioa formula Tent eau = 7 Ams Tee _ 75.40.0175) Fr (eolan =F = Fra ~ 891M Ams 221 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 222 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sado Rives, NA sighs osorved This mts protected under all coprght ans as they curently “est No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa fora or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg om the blab. S14, The sold SO-nm distor shaft is used to teanamit 250m the torques applied to the gears. Determine the absolute ‘masini shed stress inthe shal 190m “Thoternal torque dovelopd ia sopmeats AB, BC and CD ofthe shaft are showa in Fiesa.bandc. ‘The maximum torque occurs in segment AB. Thus the absolute maximum shear this segment. The polar moment of inertia of the shaft is 1053 (10" Sm Tas, rau)ay ~ Zi8¢ - 2005) _ se s(u0)pa = 102MPa Ams (rane = F ~ Sresseci yO) R5ONM Jy=Z50Nm 50h Net Pe sti6Nm @) 222 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 223 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und all copyght laws as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material ay be uproduced in form oy ay ass, witout poison a wii te publisher. 5.15. The solid shaft is made of material that has an allowable shear stress of fue ~ 10 MPa. Determine the ‘equired diameter of the sha fo the nearest am. ‘The internal torques developed in each sepment ofthe shaft are shown nthe torque diagram, Fig a. ‘Segment DE is etc since its subjected to the preatest internal torque: The polar moment ofintia of thesatisd = 2($) = Zat-Tmas “ sn Tae, guy -"48) 7 ze = 003201 m = 3291 am 223 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 224 ——— 1© 2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of is mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormision a wei om the pblsbe. 1516 The solid shaft has a diameter of 40. mm, Determine the absolute maximum shear stress in the shaft and sketch the sheaesteessdsteibuion along radia Hine ‘tthe shaft where the shear sees is maximum, ‘The aternal torque developed in each sepment ofthe shaft are shown i the torque diagram, Fig a Since segment DE subjected to the greatest forque the absolute maximum shear suess occurs hee, The polar moment of inertia of the shaft js J ~ =O") ~ 8010-9 Ths, Tope _ 74002) _ “ a ae = THEE = EL = 5510 Pa = 57 » The shea stres distribution along thera ines shown in Fb 5.57 mfe| @) *$.17, ‘The rod bas a diameter of 1 in. and a weight of 10ibift. Determine the maximum torsional stress inthe rod at asection located at A duc to the rod'sweieht. Here, we are ony interested inthe internal torque: Thus, other components ofthe {ntoenal loading are nt indicated in the FBD ofthe cit segment ofthe rod, Fi Ty ~ 102) =0 T,=s01b-8 i) ia ‘The polar momeat one of tection at ~ (0) O01 it Toe at % Tae _ 960(05) (04) Ib 489.24 psi = 4.89 ksi Ans. ee > M8125 @ 224 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 225 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE All sighs reserved This mate is protected undrall copyght laws as they carteatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be uproducd in form oy ay ass, witout posi la wii ies the publisher. SAK Tho rod has 4 diamotar of 1 ia. and a weight of 15 Ib Determine the maximum torsional stress in the rod ata section located at B de to the rods weight, Hore, we are oaly interested inthe internal targus, Thus other comypoacats of the internal loading are not indicated in the FBD othe cut segment of the rod, Fi. 2M, o 15(4)2) = 0 ‘The por moncat of iri of he camcstn J = "0s ‘uta Ta % io Tak 728 ksi @) }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 226 ——— (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘els No potion of is mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any means Without pormision a weg fom the pblsbe. 5.10, Two wrenches are used to tighten the pipe. If 2300 N i applied to each weeneh, determine the maximum torsional shear sicess developed within regions AB and BC. ‘The pipe has an outer diameter of 25 mm and inner diameter of 20 mam. Sketch the shear sess dsribution foe both eases Internal Loadings: The internal torgue developed in sepments AB and BC of the pipe can be determined by writing the moment equation of equilibrium about the x vis refering to their espective free - body diagrams shown in Figs @ and, 2 My = 0: Pan ~ 300(025) = 0 Tan = 15N-m Aad My = 05 Tc ~ 3000025) ~ 300(025)=0 Tye = 1SON-m Allowable Shear Swess "The polar moment of inertia of the pipe is £ (oo12st — oot) = 22.64240-%) “Tage _ 1500129) (raan = Eas = POMS, ya ie 1900) (aleama Tat — 2300s Tace _ 15400125) Ans 7 — et MP 300N, oasm, “he shear ses dsittion slong the adil a of Segments AB and BC of he pipe zshown a gnc tad specie. > to me @ a Gpampo. Gar 826M. > Toc [Omne x 25m ‘asm JOON @) @ }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 227 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sgh reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of is material maybe uproducd, in form oy ay ass, tout parson a iis the publisher. %5.20, Two wrenches are used to tighten the pipe Ifthe pipe is made from a material having an allowable shear stress Of aoe ~ 85 MPa, determine the allowable maximum free P that can be applied to each wreach The pe hs sn outer siameter o125 mn and inner diameter of 20 Intemal Loading: By observation, segment BC of the pipe i ital since i subjected to a greater internal torque than seement AB. Weiting the moment equation of equilibrium about the x axis by referring to the feee-body digsam shown in Figg, we have 2M, ~ 0: Tac ~ P(025) ~ P(025) ~ 0 Tre - 0S. Allowable Shear Sess: The polar moment of iaertia of the pipe ix = (0012s — oot) = 2262¢10-%)mt Tne, ae Am. 025m 7 he 025M P @ 227 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 228 ——— '© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the pblsbe. 5-21, The 6i-mavdiamete sold shaft is subjected tothe istributed and concenirated torsional loadings shown Determine the absolute maximum and minimum shear ‘seesses on the outer surface of the shaft snd specity their locations measured from the fixed end A. “The interal torque for segment BC is Constant Tac: ~ the internal for segment AB varies with x, Feb 1201 N-m, Fig. However, Tay 2000 + 1200 ~ 0 Tag ~ (200 ~ 1200) Nm ‘The minimum shear stress occurs when the ineenal torque i 210 in segment AB. By setting Tan = 0, 0 = 200; 209 x= 06m Ans Aad 4=15m— 06m = 09m ro Z ro “The maximum shear stress occurs when the internal torgue is the greatest. This coceursat fixed support A where a= Ans. A tis locaton, (Ppa)oae ~ 2000(1.5) — 1200 ~ 1800 N-en (0405(10°*) 2 Thus, __1800(018) SR = aio = eawPs Am, > Ten /Zoonm 1200Nm @ 228 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 229 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved, This mate protected und all copyght laws as thoy cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material maybe uproducd in form oy ay eas, tout persion a Wifes the publisher. 5.22, The sold shalt is subjected to the distibuted as ‘concentrated orional loadings shown. Determine the ‘required diameter dof the shat to the nearest mm ifthe allowable shear stress for the material 8 aoe ~ 5D MPa “The internal torque for sopment BCis constant Ty: ~ 1200 N-m, ig. a. However, the internal torque for segment AB varies with x, Fig b Tag — 20008 + 12000 Tay ~ (20008 — 1200) Noam For segment AB, the maximum internal torque occurs a fixed support A where x= 15m Thos, ina () 4pm re sonia) san =H: suey = MD = 008681 m am. per/200Nm x h 1200 Nem. im @ ne Nem 1200Nm (by 229 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 230 ——— '© 2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “elst No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormision a wen om the blab. 5.24, The copper pipe has an outer dismeter of 2.50 ia. and an inner diametr 2.30, Its Gehl secured tothe wall at Cand a uniformly distributed torque is applied to it ss shown, determine the shea sres developed at points & and B. These points le onthe pipe’s outer surface, Sketch the shearsiresson volume elements located at A and B. Internal Torque: As shown 00 FED. Maxima Shear Stes: Applying the trio formula ase uals 125029129 ~ Faas)” a Ans. +525. The copper pipe has an outer diameter of 250, find an inner diameter of 230 in. fit stghly secured to the wall at Candit issubjeeted othe uniformly distributed torque slong ite entire length, detsemine the absolute ‘matinnam shear stess ia th pipe. Disease the voliity of 4 this result. sie Internal Torque: Too maxis torque occurs atthe support C. Tra ~ (2510-10) ( = 202 ft A Maximum Shear Stress Applying the torsion Formal _Taue " T 20041290125) _ ~ Faas — 1159 a ‘According to Saint-Nenant’ principle, application ofthe torsion formula should be as points sufeenily removed from the supports or points of concentrated loading 230 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 231 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mate is protected und all copyght laws as thoy careatly als No portion of tis material aay be oproducd in foro by ay ass, tout posi a wis os the publisher. 5.26, A ofindccal spring consists of a rubber anaulus bonded to rgd ring and shaft. If the rings held a torque Tis applied to the shat, determine the maximum, Shearstressin he rubber ME SRE 7 A Qarh Ph Shose stress is axionum whoa ris the smallst i. ~ 7 Hence, r toe Fen ae Fee 5.1, The AG see sha i supported on smth wm tearing tha allow ito saat fy I the gars ae = ‘subjected to the toxqus show, determine the maximum shear stress developed in the opments AB and BC. The ‘shaft has # diameter of 0 mm. 100 ‘The internal torguc developed in segments AB and BC arc showa in thie 20m respective FBDs Figs and b. ‘The polar moment of inertia of the shal is. £0.02") = $090) mn Tas, 0x00) Fe rio” TST Pa — 23.9 MPa Ans. Face _ 2002) _ 5 srg py SOon-m oz Soonm @) v2 231 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 232 ——— 1© 2010 Pourson Education, Inc, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. Al sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg fom the pblsbe. *5.28 The A.36 stocl shaft is supported oa sooth ox bearings tha allow it to rotate freely. Ifthe gears are subjected 10 the torques shown, determine the required ‘iametr ofthe shall 1 the nearest MEN if Tn ~ 6 MPA. The internal torque developed in segments AB and BC are shown in their 4 respective FEDS Fig.@ and D 20Nm Hire, segment AB is critical since its internal torque isthe greatest. The polae ‘moment of neti ofthe shat is = 2004a/2) a Ig ao = Es 00") = 002082 m = 30mm Ams +529. When deiling a well at constant angular velocity, the bottom end of the drill pipe encounters a torsional resistance T,.Alo,sol along the sides ofthe pipe crea istributed ‘itional torque along its length, varying ‘uniformly from zero a the surface to fy at A. Determine the minimum torgue Ty that must be supplied by the drive ‘unit to overcome. the ‘the mmainsam shear stess inthe pipe. The pipe has aa outer ‘divs, nd a inne 1 Tat Stab —Tr-0 y= Tatil Maximum shear stress: The masimum torgue is within the region above the distributed torque. Te 7 P00 _ eta tub Wi) a 232 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 233 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material aay be produced in fom oy ay meas, without poms a Wiis the publisher. 5.30, The shaft is subjected toa distributed torque along its length of ¢ = (10s") N-m/m, where xis in meters Ifthe ‘maximum sress in the shaft to remain constant at 8 MPa determine the required Variation ofthe radius co the shall ford) = x = 3m. re frar~ [0 Te. =, 2 = 2652600) = 298) mm 10 we sncto) ~ SM. Thesoldstct shaft AChasaciamoter of25 mm a is supported by smooth bearings at D and E:Itis coupled to motor at C, which delivers 3 KW of power tothe shaft whi itis turing at $0 rev/s Iigears A and B remove 1kW and kW, respectively, determine the maximum shear stress Geveloped inthe shaft within epions AB and BC. The shaft {sree to tua ints support hearings D and E. 3183 (00125) _ 29 Gay i (rie =F = 2820029 rr an }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 234 ——— (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mate is protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eis No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permission a weit tom the publisher 5.32, ‘The pump operates using the motor that has power of 85 W. Ihe impeller at Bis turning at 150 re/mis determine the maximum shear sess developed in the 20-madiameter transmission shat at A. 150 rev/min Internal Torque: Le 5411 (000 jon eM Ans sS.R. The gear motor can develop 2 hp when it tars at {50 rev/min. I the shaft has a diameter of Tin. detormine ‘the mavinsio shear stress developed inthe shaft. ‘hearsay oes i 2) (oS) (a me) and the power is 100 ys Thea 2 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 235 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material ay be produced, in any fom oy aay meas, out persion a Winns the publisher. ML The gear motor can devclop 3 hp when it tans at 1s0zcv/aia I'he allowable shar sts for the shat “tor ~ 12 i determine the smallest ameter ofthe shalt {othe nearest in. that ean be wed “The angulae velocity ofthe shaft i soni.) — a 3) Bes wh /32 “The polar moment of inertia ofthe shaft is Faw =F, 12100 suis 8, The %-mmdiameter shaft on the motor is made fof 4 material having an allowable shear sess of Taane = TSMPa. Ifthe motor is operating atts maximum power of kW, determine the minimum allowable rotation ‘ofthe shaft. J = (oorast) = 38.3485(10° at 2B, ravi sam Tro = OOD, 1 =20010N-m ne Loti Allowable Shear Stress The polar moment of inertia of the shaft is 235 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 236 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. A sighs oscrved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘east No potion of tis mae may be roprodued aan ov or by any means Without permisioa a wit tom th publi 5.36, ‘The driveshaft of the motors made of a material having an allowable shea stress of rane ~ 75 MPa. I the ‘outer diameter of the tabula shat & 30 mm and the wall thickness is 25 mm, determine the maximum allowable power that can be supplied to the motor when the shaft i ‘operating at an angular velocity of 150 rev/min Ingernal Loading: The angular velocity ofthe shaft is wom) 3) i) mee We have Allowable Sheat Sires: ‘The polar sioment of inca of the shaft ie J Foon! — n00ns*) ~ 1073794107 z ssi nn ae = ye 107379107) in the shaft caused by torsion. Internal Torque soit anes a” S00r Masimum Shear Sires Applying torsion formula Fe _ sam.surayay 7-47 = i psi 602s Ans 236 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 237 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved. This mate protected undrall copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtin of tis material maybe oproduced, in nfo oy ay eas, without persion la Wifes te publisher. 5.3% The motor A develops a power of 300 W and turns its connected pulley at 90 rev/min. Determine the required diameters ofthe sce shafts on the pulleys at A and ifthe lowable shear stress is roy ~ 85 MPa 150 me Internal Torque: For shats A and B aa) ae 3.00 eas P 300 W ~300N-m/s Allowable Shear Stews For shaft A jean ) ey a, =00240m jas aotieatte s(t) ere y= 001685 ~ 168.00 Ame 237 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 238 ——— '© 2010 Person Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No portion of tis mae may be reproduce, aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg fom the blab. 5.8, Te sold esha DF ha ante of 25 iz uw and is supported by smooth bearings at D and E. It is 3kW 4 kW 7 Coupled to» motor ac vcs dle 1 W of power to A theft whe ts wing ares ear a 8nd © Fr Temowe 3 W.4 Band 3 especie termine te > alam tmavimum scares devekpe ne Sa than eins CF ant AC The shat feet ranean besings Dante! tev Dead = 9% [222] aera sl ww sap Teme am 1-2 — 20) _ secon Rammed * me Feaetnn gyatrnm 3a : er22 zn iy nsw an Te _ 2200125) _ ne Am. “5.44 Detemiae the sbtute matin shear set ro maw Simpson bess ayy ay 2-02 [2224] — eats From the torque diagram, Tug = 382N-m toe — Te ~ 8200025) — 195 4pm = Foo) 238 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 239° ——o— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved, This mati is protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material aay be oproducd, in nfo o by ay eas, tout peso a Wifes the publisher. sS-4L, The A.26 steel tubular shaft is 2m long and has an a we ‘outer diameter of 80 mm, Wheait is rotating at 40 rad/s it transmits 25 kW of power from the motor M to the pump P-Delermine the smallest thickness of the tube if the lowable shear ste5$ Fang = 80 MPa “The intemal torque in the shaft is p20) £80 cess “ie prone tien oft shat = N02 ~ Ta, exons 0) ~ ome — oh cana soma 1-005 - oman = 00286 = 2284 nm = 25.00 Am. 5.2 The A 36 ul stata ig das fe fn outer diameter of 0 ma, I i required to transmit KW of power from the motor M10 the pump? Determine the smallest angular velo the shaft ean have ithe allowable shear i@88 7aig = 80 MPa, “The polar moment of neta ofthe satis J = Z(0Us4) 405109) Ths, Te (003) vaaoe = ety - OT Te 0 T0510 7 =230.92N-m P=To; (UP) = 2302.20 = 1768 ras = 177 rad/s Ams. 29, }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 240 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aa orm or by any means without permission a weit om th publisber S48. A stool tube having an outer diameter of 25 in. is ‘wed (0 transmit 35 hp when turning. at 2700 rev/min, Determine the iner diameter dof the tube tothe nearest in: ithe allowable shear e388 Tate ~ IDA 35(550) = 728274) axon stan lf mentee sa = NZD tai ved=2, i *S.44 The driveshaft AB of an automobile i made of stool having an allowable shear ses of yy = 8 i I the ‘uerdiamotr of the shafts 25 in. and the engine delivers 200 bp to the shaft when itis turing at 140 rey determine the miimurn required thickness ofthe shal’ wall, 4002) _ BCP — 11938 a4) To 2004550) = 7111938) onan Ailes OE re — s21.0012)1.25) Har)” 25 — 1072 810) = r= LOI, 240 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 241 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sights escrved. This mati is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of tis material ay be produced, in nfo oy aay mass, tout peso a Wns the publisher. +5445. The drive shalt AB of an automobile is to be designed asa thin-walled tube. The engine delivers 150 4p ‘when the shaft is turning at 150 rev/min. Determine the ‘minimum thickness of the sha’ wall f the shaft's outer ‘iameters2.5in. Tae material has an allowable shear stress Of rae = TS 35022) ssasnas 54s = sta 525210129125) Has"— 1 = ty n= 125 — L140 = 0.104ia, Ans 74105) 11460 $46, The motor delivers 15 np to the palley at A while Turing gta content rte of 18H rm. Determine 0 the 4, lc caret in the smallest dhmoter of shaft BC it the ‘Mlowable scar sues for ste! Taye = 12K The belt bia {oes not lipo the pulley. = “The angular velocity of shaft AC can he determined wsing the pulley catia tht ie Tis in. ) Fer )(ais) - sre : = 5014/6 28) 99.20 ‘epncanmet iene) -2(4) ~ 2mm ae TE rn = ED 4-076 in Am, ai }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 242 ——e— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sale Rives, NI. A sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aan ov or by any means without pormisioa awit tom th pulse S47, The propellers of a ship ate connected to A-36 steel shaft hat is 60 m Tong and has an outer diameter of 5340 mm and inner diameter of250 mm, Tthe power outputs 445 MW when the shaft rotates at 20/rads, determine the ‘maximum torsional stress i te shaft and its angle of twist 4500) _ y= 25107) Nom 225(107(0.170) = AION) ___ 43a Ams Fl(0.7O} — (0.13034) a ashi Keay Te 2085 rad = 11.9° Ans. Floro)* — (@120}475(10") S48, A shaft ie subjected to a torque T. Compare the ffestveness of using the tabs shown inte figure with that ‘of solid ection frais To do this compte the perce increase in torsional stres and angle of twist per unit Tength Tor the tube vers the solid section, Shear stress For the tube, . As. Ame of tvs Forthetube, 1. *-T@ Fortes Th TG * increase in b = = 6.67% Ans. 2a }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 243 ——e— (©2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs eserved, This mate protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, without posi la Wii es te publsber. +5, The A-26stec axle ime from tubes AB and CD and a wold section BC. Itis supported on smooth bearings that allow it to rotate freely. the gears fixed to itsend are subjected to 85-N-m torques determine the angle of twist Of pear A relative to gear D. The tubes have an outer ‘ameter of 30 mm and an inner diameter of 20 mm, The — 285104) ssy0a5) Froos* — ooranao) * Foaryaxa0) ~ 001534 rad ~ 0879" 5.80, The hydrofoil boat has an A:36 steol propellor shaft that i 100 long. It is consected to an in-line diesel fngine that delivers # aaxinum power of 2500 bp a feiuses the shaft to rotate at 1700 ¢pm. If the outer diameter of the shaft is 8 in, and the wall thickness is in., ‘etermine the maximum shear stess developed in the shaft Abo, what isthe “wind up." oF angle of twist i the shat at fll power? nea Toe 22 (28) Lm. Sem me r= aosp (2822) «as uma ty 12128 marin Maximum Shear Sizes: Applying torsion Formula. Te rma =F rT) _ Fe 305) SS a Angle of Deis Th __7RA702)00)12) IG ~ (at 3025)11.00109 = O07 rad = 443° Ao. 243 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 244 ——e— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mae may be roproduved aa orm or by any means Without permission awit tom th publisher S51. The engine of the helicopter i delivering 600 hp {o the rotor shaft’ AB when the biade is rotating at 1200 rev/min, Determine to the nearest in the diameter of the shat AB if the allowable shear ste 1 aoe ~ 8 KS and the vibration limit the angle of twist ofthe shatt (0 ‘BOS rad. The shaft is? ft ong and made from L2stel, ‘Shear -stres failure Angle of twist imitation ™ ie 6 2sns.06(12,2312) FeCLOj ur) ¢~ 096Ti9 Sear srs faire conto the design. d= 26 = 2043586) - 27240, Used ~ 27510 Ans 24 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 245 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mati is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in form oy ay eas, without pormisio a wis the publisher. 5.82, The engine of the helicopter is delivering 600 hp to the rotor shaft AB when the blade i colating at 1200 eev/min, Determine to the nearest, the diameter of the shalt AB ifthe allowable shear ste 8 Fatew ~ 10.5 KS and the vibrations limit the angle of twist Of the shaft to (005 rad-The shafts ftloag and made from L2 steel 2408. Angle of twist imitation 1 825g. cos = 2250601290K1) Fe OLA!) © = 0967%n ‘Shea stress failure contro the design 4 = 26 = 2 (1.208) ~ 2.480 Used ~ 2508. Ans. }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 246 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of is mei may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means without pormision a weg fom the blab. *$-54 The 20-mediameterA.26 sou shaft i subjected to the torques shown. Determine the ange of twist of the end B. Internal Torque: As shown 0 FED. Angle of Duis o> D5 =e 00108) + (4 +4 wR Fm osm | -80.0(0.8) + (—60.0(0.6) + (-90.0)(02)] = -0.0n2 rad ~ [374° es clot aoe bos y 70M gout Ben gout S84 The assembly is made of A396 stel and consists of solid rod 20mm in dimeter fied tothe inside ofa tube using ‘pi isk at 2. Determine the angle of twist at D. The tube ‘hs an outer diameter of 40 man and wall hikes ofS men. p ‘Theintenal torques developed in segments AB and BD ofthe assembly are shown in Fig aand 6 ‘The polar moment of neta f sli od and tubo are Jy ~ Z (0004 — ai = S46875(10-%}r mt and Jan = F (O01) = S(00*}r nT, wy Tily_Tanban , Troan PoE AG: danGe. Wate ys) =o) ~ RSTO STO” KA} SIO] = -0017s rat = Lae Am Tye ION isoNm (b) 246 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 247 = eS (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of this material aay be uproducd in foro by ay ass, witout posi a Wifes the publisher. 8 The asembly is made of A-36 steel and consists of a solid rod 20mm ia diameter fed tothe inside ofa ube wing pid disk at B. Determine the ange of twist at . The tube ‘hasan outer diameter of 4 mm and wall hickness of 5 mam. < ‘The internal torques developed in segments AB and BC of the assembly are shown in Figs and b. The pola moment of iain of the mie ix J ~ Zona! — 001s = 54.6875 (10° "or it. Thus, Tihs _ Tartan , Toe bac UG, IG, SIG SABRTSCLO™ br [7SCIPY) om + 13003] (0.003958 rad = 0227" Ans. pen !5ON isoNm *5-56, The splined ends and gears attached (0 the 36 steel shaft ae subjected to the torques shown. Determine the angle of twist of end with respect 1 end A, The Shaft hhasa diameter of #0 mam. yg = TE = HOMO), 20004) 05) eG Gt ee TG 130 190, IG ~ FOUR VTS = 101008 rad = 0578" 247 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 248 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NI. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means Without permisioa a weit tom th publisher 6-51. The motor delivers 40 hp tothe 204 stains sts! Shaft while it rotates at 20 He. The shafts Supported on South bearings at A and B, which allow fee rotation of {he shaft The pears Cand D fixed tothe sa remove 23hp and 15 hp, respectively Determine the ameter of the ‘att to the neaeest $i. i the allowable shear sess 6 “te ~ Skat and th allowable angle of twist of C with FapectoD S02". ry = 150) “Fay emi E re Ty - PED - esesin-n Internal Torque: As shown on FBD. Allowable Shear Stress Assume failure du to shear stress By observation, section ‘AC isthe citi rion. beens Te Fae =F rs.on4t2y(4) * asesnp 80) a Angle of Twist: Assume fare due to angle of twist Kiniation, cole ten = 0269) _ _ 656501298) 80 coe) 137 in (controls) 248 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 249° ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced in fom oy ay meas, tout permis a wifes the publisher. 8% The motor delivers 40 hp fo the 3 stainless steel solid salt while it rotates a 20 He. The shalt ha a diameter of 15 in. and is supported on smooth bearings at A and B ‘which allow fee rotation ofthe shaft. The gears C and D fixed to the shaft remove 25 hp and 15 hp, respectively. Determine the absolute maximum strese in the shaft and the angle of twist of pear C with respect to gear D. 7 sternal plied Torque: Spying T ~ 527m have Ty = 2 < sorwn te= FD - ewrw-0 ™ = Fe) = Baan) 156550) Ty = > = esesi0-n 220) {Internal Torque: As shown on FBD. Allowable Shear Stres:"The maximum torque occurs within region AC ofthe shaft where Tras Tac = 175.07 yf, im EM oy Lastsaan Tam € _¥75.07(12)075) Biases an no Busy oT Ans. Angle of Twists Teokeo ew ~ 5G — 65651128) FOHALHIOy ‘001183 rad = 6s? Ans. 249 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 250 ——e— 1© 2010 Porson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of is material may be reproduced, aa for by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. ‘S50, The shaft is made of A-6 stel.I¢has a diameter of in. and is supported by bearings at A and D, which allow {ree rotation. Determine the angle of twist of B with respect to D, ‘Theiternal torques developed in sezments BC and CD ate showa in Fes. and. (054) - 043125s int Thus, ‘The polar moment of inertia ofthe shatis J — Ti! Tashi” Toolea Pe aa Gs ai Ge =e0412y2.5)12) (oai2s9y(11.000%) 0.02000 ad = 115° As. @) °S.60, “The shaft made of A-ssteel,Ithasa diameter of in. and is supported by bearings at A and D, which allow {ree rotation, Determine the angle of twist of gear C with respect to 8. The internal torque developed in veement Bis shown in Fig. a The par moment fini of thesha iJ = (0) = O4025e it Tha, _Tachac __~0402)(25)12) be TG, ~ (GaRI2S U.K) 102000 rad ~ 1s Ans. @) Combe T =-Golbse @ 250 | betta SAORR: “SPARISA: °9 658 TB pepe BF: =f (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs reserved. This mate protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pin of this material maybe oproduced, in foro by ay ass, tout pemsio a wifes the publisher. +S.61. The two shafts are made of A-36 stool. Bach has siameter of in and they are supported by bearings at A, 4 and C, which allow fre rotation. I the support at D i fixed, deicrmine the angle of twist of ead B when the torques are applied to the assembly 28 show {Internal Torque: As shown on FBD. Angle of Twist: FosaHIe = 001778 ad = 091778 rad ‘Since theres no torque applied between Fand B then by ~ be ~ 002667 rad ~ 153° py -60.0(12\30) + 20.12)(10)) Ffpoos a Bogner eon eh a Ersaoess Tee Ans lease “Hi eat eS 251 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 252 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, N. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘els No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa awit oath pblsber 5.42, The two shafts ate made of A-26 stel. Each has a diameter of 1 in. and they are supported by bearings at A, B, and C, whic allow free rotation. If the support at D is fixed, determine the angle of twist of end A when the {torques are applied to the assembly as shown, Internat Torque: As shown on FBD. Angle of Tie Fffguaon tr CBagnewen wenn an ~ Soe - $c00r77s) ~ 002667 rad Bsr een qeeng ke see, Tortoe yp = “Re Beaean —40(12)(10) eh Fosm007 = 0.004445 rad = 0.004445 rad & © « He be br dae 6 nas + ass = omni ea = 178° Am 252 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 253 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved This mati protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced, in form oy ay meas, tout pormisio awit the publisher. ‘hich is surrounded by and attached toa tube AB using a ‘igi ving at B.The ring at A can also be assumed rigid a 73a, and is fixed from rotating 2 tongue of T = 2 ppliod tothe shaft, determine th angle of twist at tho ond C ‘nd the maximum shar stress ia the tubs aad shat S46 The device serves asa compact torsional spring Its trae of AS scl aa comets oa dla hl C2 —na | 2a 2 “Internat Torque: As shown on FBD. Se Masinvum Shear Stress (1cdam Ans. Aas. en (aad ~ Angle of Twist: fesenpm. (2.00),12) Say ~ 02082 ad Toc be we 20428) Fras) be= Ont dole = nocnns2 + nossa = 1046s rad = 266° Ans. 253 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 254 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mate is protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aan or or by any means without permision a weit toa the publsber *5-64, ‘The device serves asa compact torsion spring Mis mado of A-36 steel and consis of solid inner shalt CB which i surrounded by and attached toa tube AB using a ‘igi rng at B. The ring at A can also be assumed rigid and $s fixed from rotating I the allowable shear stress for the ‘material i$ ane = 12 si and the angle of twist at Cis limited 10 doy = 2, determine the maximam torque T that ean be applied atthe end C. Internal Tongue: As shown on FED. Allowable Shear Stress: Assume fire due to shear sess. Tie T Fos) < T= 2356 kip-in > Tase ae = Tate = 7 ray, Fr 0759 1289 kip-in 120 r Angle of Twist: Assume faire duc to angle of twist limitation TaaLas ra) 0 1G FF a7) TLD) = ouoioisr $0 = ig — TSHIRTS sia (bcdanm ~ $8 + teyn Xm) $2) ~ oomioier + oooze24r T = 225 kip sin (controts) Ams 254 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 255 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs reserved This mate protected undrall coprght aw as thoy cateatly als No portion of this material ay be uproducd, in form oy ay ass, tout posi a Wiis te publisher. +5.68. The A.26 steel assembly consists of a fue having fn outer radius of Lin. and a wall thickness of0.25ia, Using 2 rigid plate at B itis conaccted to the solid 1-in-diameter Shaft AB. Determine the rotation ofthe tube's end C if a torque of 2001 «in. is applied to the tube at this end. The fend A ofthe shat i ied supported. Fook 20000) senna Ay 40-16 Fesraioaey E an Tete = Tosh 2004) Gu sani 10 Te" ~ Fae owrsyaT OT NONI Tad = me te = nt ben Qon1ss2 + n.0001119 on1964 rad = 0413" Ans. 255 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 256 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permisioa a wit om the publisher $66, The 6-am diameter shaft ABCis supported by two journal bearings, while the 80-mm diameter shaft EF i fixed at E and supported by a journal bearing at A TE Ty =2kN-m and 7) ~ 4 kN-m, determine the angle of twist of gears and C.The shafts are made of A36 steel guiibrom: Ref 3M, —0; F(00S) — 4(10%) ~ 2(104) = 0 F = S010) ing tothe foe body diagram of shaft ABC shown ia Fig.@ Internal Loading: Referring (othe free -body diagram of gear D in Fb EM, ~0; 80(10°K0.1) ~ Toy = 0 Tow ~ 800)N-m ‘Also, from the free - body diagram of pear A, Fig. 2M, = 0: Tay — 410%) 4(00)N-m ‘And from the ree -body diagram of gear C.F. d, 3M, =; -Tye ~ 2(10°) = 0 Te = 2(10°) Nom Angle of Twise The polar moment of inertia of seemenis AB, BC snd DH of the shah are Say = dye = £(005') = 04n5(10"emt and (008) ~ 128(10-S ea We have Jon Tonto 00X06) $0 Tonkin T2KIO* ym 75H) poised ‘Then, using the gear ratio, sn-u(2) Aso, fps =O ed = Jockin O50} PSK TasLan 410.5) M08 pansisind 88 TyGe 0A05(10-*) (TKIP) n+ bun cuaize + o02sts 2047 rad = 266° Am bat ben cuaize + 001886 = 00008 rad - 2.30" Ams 256 102010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet. NK. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected undral coprght laws as they cateatly ‘st No portion of hs material ay be rproduced, in any fora or by any means without permission la wring fom the publi, 5.66, Coninoed F=80010»n olen U2 Toni (b> 2003 Nin @) C. 26. 4lpn-m te>x x The 2U0Nm © (d) 257 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 25 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, A sighs osorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently “oust No potion of tis material may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without pormision a wit tom th pblsber 5.67, The 6-nm diateter shaft ABCs supported by two journal bearings while the 8-mm diameter shaft EA's fixed at E and supported by a journal bearing at F.T the ange Oftwist at gears A and C is required to be O04 rad, determine the magnitudes ofthe torques T, and T, The ‘has are made of A-36 ste. Equilibrio: Referring to the free - body diagram ofshaft ABC shown in Fig.a 3M, =0; F(00S) —T,—7;=0 F=133%(7, +73) Invernal Loading: Referring tothe fee -oay diagram of pear Din Fi, 2M,=0; 1838(7, + 13}(01) ~Toe= 0 Toe = 1333(7, +72) Alo, from the froe- body diagram of gear A. Fi, 2M, 0; Typ TO Ta 7 and from the fee - body diagram of gear C,Fie T=" Angle of Twit The polar moments of inertia of segments AB, BC and DH are Jan = Soc = F (0.03) = 0405(10-*}amt and 128410") rmt We have _ Te tou 13371 +73)08) *ToGe ~ 128009 5K00) = 2e2ssqw0-9(21 + 7) “Then, singe peu rato, assesa-9(ry +7) n= of 2) = reser +1 )( Also, Toe bine Ty09) $08 Tac Gu ~ OA05(I0-*V=(TSHIP) Tan Law 706) TasGu — 0405(10-®} (7510) oasiqu-9r, = 628760107 ‘Here, itis required that $4 = dc = 0.04 rad. Thus, $a bn + ban bas = 35368(10°9(7, + Ta) + 62876(10-)7y 1+ 2771 = 1190073 0 c= 60 bei 0a = ssas8(10'9(7, +13) + 9431400-497, 6667P, + Ts = 1150073 2 258 8 Sebeitene SRORD /SPARISA: 9:58 Ryn BRE: See (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. ll sighs reserved. This mati protected und all coprght laws as thoy cateatly ‘at No portion of ths material ray be produced, in any fora or by any means, without permission ia wring fom the publi. 5.67. Comtinved Solving Eqs (1) and 2), 188.98 N-m = 19KN+m 228347 Nem = 328 kN- zB x The © Ans. F=/3.233(7 +h) ‘Olm °S.Gk, The Wam-diameter shafts are made of 12 tool sloel aad are supported on jouenal earings that allow the shalt rotate fealy. the motor at A develops. torque of T ~45N-monthe shaft AB, while the tuebie at Ei fixed {rom turning, determine the amount of rotation of gears B and, Internat Torque: As shown on FBD. Angle of Twist Teekee IG 6754075) (anis'y75000) be 100848 rad = 0486" ta- Fe ge- 0707 Ans. Ans. }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 260 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permisioa awit om th pulser +5-60, The shafts are made of A-%6 steel and each has 3 diameter of 80 mm, Determine the angle of twist at end E, Eaquilbrim: Referriag tothe foe body diagram of shaft CDE shown ia Fig, 2M, ~ 0; 10(105) ~ 200°) — F(02) -0 F = 4000) Internal Loading: Refecing to the foe -body diagram of gear B. Fi, EM.—0; —Tan ~ 40(10°V015) ~ 0 Tan = ~6(10°)N-m Referring othe free -boy diagram of gear D, Fi 2M, = 0; 10(10%) ~ 200°) ~ Ten Teo = 80)N-m Referring to the free -body diagram of shaft DE, Fig d, EM, = 0; Top ~ 200%) = 0 Angle of Twit The polar moment of incria of the shafts are $ (00) = 1.2800-*)w mt, We have 10,08) IG, ~ 1280} FSHIO) = 01194 rad ~ 0.01194 ead = 001194 rad Thus, ede dae by ~ 08952 + 001194 = 2080 ad = 120° Ans 260 s060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Daga 261 —e— 152010 Pearson Education, tac. Upper Sade Rivet. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected unr all copeght laws as thoy careatly ‘as No porto of his material ay be reproduced, in any former by any means without permission ia wring fom to publisher, 5.0. Continved 01m Nal The x Fe40oON b (00am ® x @ 200m he x ego 2U0}) Nm Zio é @) 8 SebeEtean SHORM "S/AR/SA: |9559'8 | Bye AEE =P (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, A sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion of tis mae may be reproduced, aa for or by any nea Without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. ve of A-36 steel and each has a ine the angle of twist of gear D. 70, Th shafts are ameter of 80 ma. Det quis Refering tothe foe-body diggram of shaft CDE shown in Figo, 2M, = 0; 110) ~ 2405) — F(02) ~0 F 4000) Inernal Loading: Referring othe fee ~oay diagram of ear B, Feb EM, =; Tap — 4000°)015) - 0 Tan = ~6(0°) Nom Referring to the tree body diagram of gear D, Fic EM, =U: 110) — 21103) — Ten = 0 Teo = 810°) N-m Ample of Twit: The polar moment of inertia of the shafts JF (aoe!) ~ 129(10-%e a. We have TapLay___~6(10°X05) IG ~ TRIO Fe(II) 01194 rad = 001194 red ie in sso) «tm ) amin ee 1.2810") er(75)(10") om i bo ~ HONH9S2 + A01502 = 000487 ad = 140° As 10G09nm AUODNM @ ‘ORM al” The x F=40U09N ) iz 1000289 scoyyyh-rn © 262 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 263 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und all copyght laws asthe cateatly ‘als No portion of this material ay be produced in foo by ay meas, tout poms la Wifes the publisher. S72, The Simm diameter shalt is made of 6061-T6 aluminum alloy and subjected to the torsional loading shown. Determine the angle of twist at end A. Equlira: Referrog tothe free -body diagram of segment AB shown a Fi. EM, ~0; Tae 2(10*)-0 Tan ~ —2X10)N-m An he ree body diagram of segment BC, iD, EM, = 0 Tae ~ 10(10%)x — 2010) = 0 Toe = -[1.4ys + 2009) )N-m Angle of ‘Twit: The polar moment of inertia of the shaft ix J 5 (008) = 12800-x mt We have ban Tle Tanln (" Tocds % a : i Wy h IGy “AB 007906) r [toad ye + 200)]ae x Tarjan) * J ~axao- ye aoKi 200) Nm ; = ee {0+ [sone +2000)" @) tr? rad = 20" am 00D N-m > 26 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 264 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eds No potion ofthis mae may be roprodued aan ov or by any means Without pormision a wit om the publisber. “S-7R. The tapered shaft has a length Land a cadius r end A and 2r at end B. Hits fined at ond Band is subjected {oa torque 7, determine the angle of twist of end A. The shear modulus 6. Geometry: Angle of Twist ral acral om. Ber Ans. S74, The rod AAC of radius cis embedded into a medium ‘where the distributed torgue rection varies lineal from ra10 at Cto gat B.Ireouple forces Pace applied to thelever Arm, determine the valve of for equilibrium. Also find the Angle of twist of end A. The rod is made from material having a shear modulus of 6. Equiriam: Referring tothe fre-body diagram of the entire rod shown in Fi, = Loa(E sien re-ta(2) fi se ges! it oe way fa ‘eo P(t torque within repion x ofthe shat Referring to the ree - body diagram shown in ig, 2M,=0; Pd—Typ=0 Tap = Pa 264 eS (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet. All sighs reserved, This mati is protected undrall copyght aw as thay crteatly ‘ant No porto ois material ay be rproduced, in any fora cr by any eats, without permission ia wring fo te publhe, S74 Continued Angle of Twist: He Tyede | Tan ka WG * 4G 268 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 266 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Inc, Upper Sale Rives, NI. Al sighs escrved This mati protected under al copyright ans as they curently ‘eust No potion of tis material may be reproduced, ia a for or by any means without pormision a wei om the blab. 5.75, When deiling a wel, the deep end ofthe dil pipe is assumed to encounter a torsional resistance T',. Furthermore, ol fricton along the sides ofthe pipe creates linear distribution of torque per unit length, varying from ‘210 a he surface B t0 fy at A. Determine the necessary {orque Ti that must be supplied by the drive nit to tum the pipe. Alo, what i the relative angle of twist of one nd fof the pipe with respect to the other ead atthe instant the pipe is about to turn? The pipe hasan our radius and an yest as ep hts 1a) + Be Ms fb+Ts TZ a Teds 16 However, = T(r.‘ — ri!) Blt +304) ‘a 266 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 267 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs escrved This mate is protected unr all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material aay be uproducd, in form oy ay meas, tout permis a wifes the pubs. 88.76 A ojindrcal spring consists of a rubber annulus bonded toa rsd ring and salt. tthe ings held fixed and tongue T's applied to the reid shal determine the angle ‘of tis of the shaft. The shear modults ofthe rubber is C. Hint. AS sbown ia. the figure, the deformation of the element at rave ran be determined from rd = dry. Use this expression aloag with + ~ T/(2rr%h) from Peoh 5-26, toobtaie the result ® 267 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 268 ——o— (©2010 Person Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eds No potion of tis mae may be reproduce, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. sE-71, The A-16stoel shaft has a diameter of 50m ands fixed at its ends A snd B, Iii subjected to the torque, determin the manimuim shear stessinrelons AC and CB Que ofthe shat om a7 ) guia ee uw Compariiny z Beja ~ dome cree Ta04) _ Tos IGG 7 14> 200, eB Solving Eas [1] and (2 yields: T,-200N-m Ty 100 Ans Ans. 268 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 269° ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. Al sighs reserved This mate protected undrall copyright laws as thoy cateatly ‘at No portion hs material maybe reproduced, in any fra or by any means, without permission la wring fom the publi. TR The A.36 soo! shaft has a diameter of 60 mm sad is Iixedatitseads A and B. Iitissubjectedt the torquesshowa, termine th absolute maximum shearstesin the shat Referringto the FBD of the shaft shown in ig. Ta+ Te 50 200=0 o ‘Using the method of superposition Fig b a= (adr, — (adr QS) _ [5000.8 | 7000) 73 6 a= a1420N-m Subtiteiselinto Ea, T= 2871N-m Refeting tothe torase dagen shown in Bg c segment AC i mbites to CADE ‘maxim intoral torque. Thus the absolute maximum shear stress occurs here. Sonim Tce _$1429(008) 00039 rAbs = = 971 Ma Ans. J 500+ Z00Nm OM; a eG @) 269 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 270 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of tis mae may be roprodaved aa or or by any means without permision a weit fom th publisher 5:79, The stool shaft is made from two segments: AC has diameter of 05 in, and CB has a diameter of Vin itis fixed at its ends A and B and subjected fo a torque of determine the maximum shear stress in the shat Gu = 108(10") ks Equilibrium Ta+ Tos =0 w Compatibility condition: do ~ do : 9, % TAs), Tae) 2 Solving Eas (1) and (2) yields T,- Olt Ty anf Te _ 6012025) ; rae FF Togas 2k fas) Ans. Te _ s40c12y05) Tom OE — 09 ksi 730s} 270 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 271 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sgh reserved. This mate protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘st No portion ths material ray be produced, in any fora or by any means, without permission ia wii fom the publi. 5.80, The shaft x made of A-36 ste, has a diameter of 80 mm, and is fied at B while A is loose and can rate (0.05 rad before becoming fied. When the torques are applied to Cand D determine the maximum shear stress in regions AC and CD of the shal Referring to the FBD of the shaft shown in Fi. 2M.= 0) Ty tT, +2-4=0 Using the method of superposition, Fig, 4a~ Bae ~ Orr, [ 4000.6), 20°06), | Ta(s) ons - [A006 , _20006) _] __Ta.s) _ Foo [TSa%)] Foo [7s0@)]] | 00s [7500] Ty ~ HO@26N-m ~ LIG2EN-m Substitute this est ato Ea (1), 838 Nom Referring tothe torgue diagram showa in Fig. c, segment CD is subjected to a ‘maximum internal torque. Thus, the absolute maximum shear stress occurs here. 2838 00" roxs ~ Tem’ — PAS OOOO) 5510) Pa —282MPa A. (b) 271 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 272 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sado Rives, Ni. A sighs esorved This mts protected under al coprght ans as they curently als No portion of his matt maybe swproduced, in fom ory ay suas, witout prison a Wl io the publisher. *S.81, The shafts made of A.26 steel and has a diameter ‘of 8 mm. tis fixed at andthe support at A has torsional sitive of E = 0.5 MN mead Tits subjected tothe gear {orques shown, determine the absolute maximum shear sites inthe shat. [Refering to the FBD ofthe shaft show ia Fig. 0, SM,= 0; Ty + Ty +2—4=0 o Using the method of superposition, Fig. b, Z0orion, n= (alr adr ty _|_auoyoH novo | ra 5005 ~ | Faosypsaoy] * Foospsae] | Fearlrscey] Ty = 49801 Nem = 1498 KN-m ‘Substituting this result into Eq (1), )SOLKN-m ec.segment CD subjected to maximum rg. Ths the maim eae stress ocr er ys ~ TERE — EARAIOIEOD — 555 — 24.0 a Ans oy 27 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 273 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of tis material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay meas, without posi a wifes the publisher. 5.82. The shat is made froma solid stet section AB ‘a tubular portion made of stcl and having a brass core, fi is fixed to a rigid support at A, and a torque of T= 50lb-f1 is applied toi at C, determine the angle of twist that occurs at C and compute the maximum shear Stress and maximum shear strain in the brase and see “Take Gy ~ 115(1G ksi, Gg ~ 5.610) ksi. Equilibrium: Te +Ta~ 50-0 ‘Both the steel tube and brass core undergo the same angle of twist bs 7.5(2)02) Tr, @y02) FOS} soni 0511S) Solving Eqs (1) and (2) yields: T= S8A2816-f; Ty = 1572 Ib = ph _ 1s), s00248)02) 90 276 ~ Fes Ea 0” HEVALS\UO) = npnn0i9 rad = 0.16" (hana Ta Es sss0012)1) = 394.65 psi = 395 psi (Max) Cha = Eee = HEE e000 (oka TEE SEND oer — et (ae = i = A = 100) a o ® Ans. Ans. Ams. Ans. An. 273 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 274 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sale Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “edst No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa for oF by any nea Without pormision a wen fom the pblsbe. 5.83, The motor A develops torque a pear of 450 bt, ‘hich isappled along the ans of the 2in-diameter steels (CD. This torque isto be transite Yo the pion gears at E and F. If these pears ate temporarily fined, determine the ‘maximum shear sires in segments CB and BD of the shat ‘Also, whats the angle of twist ofeach of these segments? The Equilibrium: Te+T.~490=0 Compatibility condition: doe = ba e Solving Eas (1) and (2), vcd Ta = 2574 Te= Wass wnsai2y) _ a (adn = EDO sara a (10 on = EO 196i As. 6 — SERV) _ css rad - 0.338" Ans EEO 274 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 275 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved This mati protected undrall copyght aw as tey cateatly ‘als No potion of tis material ay be produced in fom oy ay ass, tout perms a Wifes the publisher. 85.84 A portion ofthe A.26 ste! shaft is subjected toa linearly distributed torsional loading. I the sbalt has the dimensions shown, determine the reactions at the Fixed supports and C Segment AW has diameter of Lia. and 4 Segment BC has a diameter of 0.75 i - s o Ta ~ 1502 + Z15(60 — se 00x — 25°) bin Compatibility condition: Saja ~ bc z Tate Lae tun~ [PREF [erg — cone — 252) a I = thins tee fy soon -2ee = Bite 08 + ose _ at, = 30010 oa Fal Ct00% 260) cor, 3900 __ Tet FOIE FOSS COT, — T68Te ~ 36000 ° Solving Eas (1 Te T= 878261: nd (2) viel IRL Ans. 174 Ib-in in. = 7321-1 Ans. 275 8 Sabettnae SAORD: “G/ARISA: "9659 HB Sym 276: — (©2010 Pearson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “east No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means Without permission a wet oa the publisher +585, Dstermi the rotation of joint andthe absolute ‘maximum shear tess inthe shaft ia Prob. 5-84, Equilibrium: Ty + Te 900-0 1 Tate +5000 ~ 0)x = A500 +E 1-560 —9) Te= sar + 2500 — le = (ons — 252) hin Compa condom: bua ~ dnc tes [TH 1 of = (80x — 25¢)] dx Tg (Ter tse + oss cor, — 3600 Te Te88) Forse or, = 30.0 FIG GOT 4 ~ 768 = 360 000 Solving Eas (1) and (2) yields: To = 217A bin. = 184 - Ta = 81826 ia, = 73216-f8 For segment BC: Tek, 217.488) n= O90 = 5 ORS ULIMIT be = 17" Te_214@x15) 7 3035" 262k Forseement AB, To _ 81826(075) to 7 gars ~ BSH re 1a 00 bin fa, cm) e Tow -Co00n~e5e) Ans 276 05 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 277 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und al copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced in form oy ay ass, without posi la wlio the publisher. 5.86, The two salts are made of A36 stl. Each his a diameter of 5 mun and they are connected wsing the gears fixed to thei ends Theie other ends are attached to fixed supports at A and They are also supported by journ bearings at C and D, which allow free rotation ofthe shafts slong their sxex If x torque of 500 Nm i applied to the [ear at Eas showe, determine the reactions at A and B. Eguitibeiam: T+ F(O.) ~ 500 m1 ‘ai Ty 42% p— 500-0 ry % — 74 of | Solving Eqs [3] and [4] yids Ty 222N-m Ans. Ty =S56N-m Aas. 277 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 278 —e— (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘oust No potion of tis material may be reproduce, aa fora by any moans without pormision a weg om the pblsbe. S87, Determine the rotation of the gear at E ia Prob 5-86 T+ Flo.) — 500-0 W Ty ~ F005) ~0 BI a Feom Eqs 1} and 2] Ae T.+ 279 500-0 1 Fae Compas en 4s = 06840 5 = 0560 # TAS) _ g<[TAOT) tee 14 ~0250r, 1 Solving Eas [3] and [4] yields: Ty~222N-m Ty ~SSS6N-m Angle of Tis: 585615) oe Ans. 278 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 279 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mate protected und all copeght aw as they cateatly ‘as No portion hs material maybe reproduced, in any form ory any means without permission ia writing fom the publi. “5.88, ‘The shafts are made of A-36 steel and have the ‘same diameter of in. I tongue of 15 kip «fis applied to gear B, determine the absolute: maximum shear stress developed inthe shaft Equlrium: Referring to the fee - body diagrams of shall ABC and DE shown in Figs a and b, respectively, we have DM,= 0) Ta + POS) — 15 o and M.= 0, FU) —Te-0 ® Internal Loadings: The internal torques developed in sepments AB and BC shalt ‘ABC and shaft DE are shown in Figs. c,d and e, respectively Compattiiey Equation: tee = 470 (eee (a IG, IG, J IG, J [res + F0S25)}05) = -7201) k rye rears s ler-h Solving Eqs (1) (2)and (3) we have ©) F=4a2kip Te Adidkipst T= 2IDtip- an Shar yo ne At ABC (mien Be oot F BenFos) 4k F ssh a @) 5 kip-fe @) - x Bete b) © }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 280 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mts protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘els No potion of is mae may be reproduce, aa for or by any means without pormisioa a weg om the blab. *$-89, The shafts are mule of A-36 tes} and have the same diameter of 4 in. Ifa torgue of 15 kip tis applied to gear B, determine the angle of twist of pear B. Equirium: Referring to the fee - body digrams of shafts ABC and DE show in Figs a and especively, EM,-0; Ty + F(OS)—15-0 w and 2M,=0; FC) -Te=0 @ Internal Loadings: The intraal torques developed in segments AB and BC of shalt ‘ABC and shaft DE are shown in Figs. and, espectively. ‘Compasibity Equation: Is required that @ Solving Eqs (1),(2).and (3), apse fiestas 2 9p> ap t Taalag UI) 2510) se ~The e510 leek 3 Cs)anaxy ; a3 2 peste goer 1 F F Qo |-ostt te 7 280 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 261 ——— (©2010 Person Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NI All sighs eserved. This mate is protected und all coprght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion ofthis material ay be uproducd, in nfo o by ay ass, tout posi a Wiis the publisher. 5.90, The two 3ftlong shafts are made of 2014-76 sluminum. Each bas a diameter of 15 in, and they are ‘connected using the gears fixed to their ends Their other ends are attached to xed supports at A and B. They ace also supported by bearings at C and D. which allow free ‘olution of the shafts slong their axes IF torque of 600 bf Ze applied tothe top gese se shown, determine the caxiaim shear stoss ia each shalt From Eqs (1) and 2) T,+2y- 00~0 ° Mbp) ~ HBA), ~ OSH Tabs 7a" Ta. = 0ST “ Solving Eqs (3) and ()yilds: Ty= 20Ib-t T= 1201-8 240(12\0.15) (aha = AF = ST SEs ais 120412)(075) (os) Tks Ans. 281 05 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 262 ——— (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mtu protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently “east No potion of is mae may be roprodaed aa or or by any means without permisioa a weit om th pulser ‘S91, “The A.36 steel shalt i mad from wo segment: AC has a giamoter of 5 in, and CB has a diameter of 1 in. It the shafts fixed ais ends. A and B and subject toa uniform dstauted torque of 0 Ibvin/in, along segment CB, ‘determine the absolute maximum shear ses in the shaft. Equitas Ta + Ty — 60020) ~ w Compatibility condition: BoC 120 0 tein deja =f Tedde Pe toe [c= [G08 = wws2(10-%y74 — oon? TAS) Is200 OOM 185200-977y ~ 7408107, = 01112 @ Solving Eqs (1) and (2) yields: Ans 282 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 283 ——— (©2010 Person Education, ae, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. All sighs reserved. This mate protected undrall coprght aw as thoy cateatly ‘st No porto hs material maybe reproduced, in any form or by any means, without permission la wring fom the publi. 5.92, I the shaft i subjected to uniform distributed forgue of f= 20 KN-sm/m, determine the maximum shear stress developed in the shall The shat is made of 201415 luminum alloy and is ied at A-and C. ‘Equilibrium: Referring tothe free - body diagram ofthe shalt shown in Fig. a, we have 0 4+ Te ~20(10"K04) = 0 o Compatibility Equation: The resultant torque of tho distributed torque within the ‘ogi x ofthe shaft is Ty ~ 20(10}x Nm Thus the intersal teque developed ia the shaft a a funtion of x whea end Cis foes T(2) ~ 20(10"}x Nm, Fig b.Using the method of superposition, Fi. te (ch ~ (tel om Tx)dx Teh, te Oe _ ft" 2000 ads Tel) oof ee rao Te ~ 100N-m Substituting this result into Eq (1), T= 6400 Nem ‘Maximum Shear Stress: By inspection, the maximum internal torque occurs at support A. Thus, AO) a ai iat Ams 283 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 284 ——o— (©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of ts mae may be reproduce, aa for or by any nea without pormision a weg Com the pblsbe. 5.03, The tapered shaft is confined by the fixed supports at A and B. IC a torque T is applied at its mid-point, ‘detecmine the restions at the supports, Equilibria: Ty+T,-T-0 m Section Properties: nay=et te "Tae 2! j_de Gh Coe oni i eG al 37h Bake tex! Tuts Tosh arwe Bal! fae woh ore be 5 “ale fz al I _ Tab aecG Compartbitiy: 284 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 285 ——e— (©2010 Pearson Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NK All sighs reserved This mate protected und all copeght laws as thay cateatly ‘als No portion of this material ay be uproducd, in form oy ay ass, tout posi a wifes the publisher. 5.94, The shaft of radius cis subjected to a distributed 2 {orguef, measured as torque length of shal. Determine the ‘eactionsat the fixed supports A and B. colt (Gy) o Ams From Ea. (1), . . © tect] mG cezrerteat Op. 4 tb 285 05 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 286 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs osorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eds No potion ofthis mae may be reproduc aa ov or by any means without permisioa a wet tom th publisher $95, Compare the values of the maximum clastic shear sires andthe angle of twist developed in 30 saines steel stafs having circular and square oss sections Each shaft thas the same cross-sectional area of 9 in length of 36 And is subjected toa torque of 400 Ibvin. rear _ 21400) Foe ge PH axir _ 81400 (SE - Os Anata Pete Feels 4. -Te- 0000 Te FBP 11000) OOS ad = 04582" Forests shat aG SCLLO\(LO) ~ 0.001147 rad = 0.0687" ‘The rectangular shaft has 2 greater maximum shear stress. and angle of twist atl Ams. As 286 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 287 ——— (©2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade Rivet, NI. 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007Sia, ozsia, 4 0, sin Toe 5.126, A solid shaft is subjected tothe torque T, which ‘causes the material to yield. I the material is elastic plastic, show thal the torque can be expec in erms of he angle Of twist¢ ofthe shaft as T = 47y(1 ~ 8/46"), where Ty Dividing Eq (1) by Eq. (2) yields: eae cay ‘Use ig. 5-26 rom the text. $e° from te text and Eg. (3) we) w @ @ orp 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 208 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved. This mate is protected und al copeght aw as they cateatly ‘als No portion of this material maybe produced, in nfo by ay meas, witout posi a Wiis the publisher. $127. A solid shaft having a diameter of 2 in is made fof clasticplastic material having 2 yield seat of sy=I6kst and shear modulus. of G~ 12(10) ksi, ‘Determine the torque required to develop an elastic core the shaft having a diameter of 1 in. Also, what is the plastic torque? ‘Use Eg. 5.26 from the txt B43 95) 20% ea) — T= be — py?) = ur) — 05%] = 3246 kip-in, = 2.71 kip Ans. Use Eg. 527 from the text ee ee Tp = Ene! = Zeon) = 3351 kip-in. = 2.79 kip Ans. SIDR Determine the torque nseded to twist a short ‘3-mm-diameter tel wite through several revolutions itis ‘made from steel assumed to be elas plastic and having a Yield stress of ry ~ 80 MPa. Assume that the material ‘becomes fly plastic. ‘When the material becomes fuly plastic thea, from Ea. 5-27 in the text, rp a2Etg «2K ans | Stetina SRORR: "S/ARISA: 9659 TE Ry AE =¥= (©2010 Peurson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘eist No potion of tis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wet fom th publisher +5120, ‘The solid shaft is made of an elastic perfectly plastic material as shown, Determine the torque F needed fo form an elastic core in the shat having a radius of @ (p-sitm = 160 + 103.33 = ~567 MPa 160 + 20657 = 467 MPa r= 20m. Ihe shat 3m tone through what sogle * Goes one endothe hat wit wth respect tothe other end? ‘When the torque removed, determine the resid sess Aistrbation inthe shaft and the permancot ange of wit 0s) we sti Pau Tongue: Applying E526 fom th text ye) T=2E(40— ot) = F120 640) — 0" = DOP (aoe) — 002] = 2077640 Nem = 208kN+m Ans y sok () = 0 ad = 38° Ams 00 When the reverse T= 207164 N-mis applied, YW sea) ms ~ “GP stn TL _ ams) é #76 ~ Fone Kana we “The permanent angle of twist ix ra, en 6-8 = 0600 — 03895 = 02125 nd = 122° Ams Residual Shear Stes 4 Fe _ 2077641006) ne Fray = 807 Ms Te _ 20776.40.0) ne = Fag AMPA 306 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 307 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NE. All sighs reserved This mati is protected und all copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of this material maybe produced, in nfo oy ay meas, tout posi a Wiis the publisher. $130, ‘The shaft is subjected to a maximum shear stain of 0.0088 rad, Determine t i ifthe material has strain har stress stain diagram. : rom the shear strain digram, " pr 2. T Too ~ Toss? fy = 025m. r(ksi) 2 From the sear stes-atnia gr, | A eet 5.4 010006 ome 7) ran [ray peat wan [ap dns ae [cas + 81009 dp ft aftee = 17230 kip-in, = 144 ip ft Ans ~ 2al6o! 5.1L. An 80-mm diameter solid circular shafts made of an elasticperfectly plastic material having a yield shear ‘tess of ry ~ 12SMPa_ Determine (a) the maximum elastic 4,(woe)9(u") = 1256637 N-m = 126KN-m Ans. Se(om)ien( ur) 1675S.16N-m 1O8kN-m Ans. 307 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 308 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘elst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodaed aa orm or by any means without permisioa a wit oa th pulser 25.122 ‘The hollow sa has the crs ston shown and is mado ofan elaticperecty pase material having @ yield shear stress of zy. Determine the ratio of the plastic torque T othe maximum clas trgue Ty a ‘Maximum Elastic Torque. In tis case the torsion formula is stil applicable. Fe stot rent [pe li (5) lee ‘The ratio‘ S131, The shaft consists of two sections that are rigidly ‘coanected. If tho material is elastic plastic as shown, determine the largest torque T that can be applied 10 the Saf. Also, draw the shearsress distribution ver a radial line for each section, Neglect the fest of stress concentration, (07Sin. diameter seement wil be fll plastic: From By. S-27 ofthe text: _ ae 1-4) zeit - LM as99 = rnszoivein = owen Am For Lin, diameter segmeat Te _ 13283005) }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 309 ——o— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserve. This mate protected und al copyght aw as thoy cateatly ‘als No potion of is material maybe produced in form oy ay meas, tout poms a Wiis fos the publisher. SAM, The hollow shaft is made of an clasti- perfectly plastic material having a shear modulus of G and a yield shear stresof ry Determine the applied torque, when the ‘materia ofthe inner surface isabout to yield (plasi orga). ‘Alo find the correspondig angle of twist andthe maximum shear strsn, The shaft has length of F. Plaste Torque. Using the general equation with + Ten deey [Pap 2 aR led =ai) te % Angi oT When he mail abut lathe ner src, =p ae aatmatst tv olde oer rte He Yous im & (@) ah 309 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 310 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sade Rives. A sighs esorved This mati protected under al coprght ans as they curently ‘eds No potion of tis material may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means Without pormisioa a weg om the publsbe. S138, The hollow shalt as inner and outer diameters of 6 mm and 8) mm, respectively. It is made of an elastic perfectly plastic material, which has the r~y diagram shown, ‘etermine the eactions tthe fixed Supports A and C, Equation of Equilibrium, Reforing to the fee - body diagram ofthe shaft howa in Fea, 2M, = 0; T+ Te 15(105) — my (ed) won Elastic Analysis Is required that 4 nj Ths the compatibility equation is nya = One TaLan _ Tebne iG IG TAOS) = TAOAS) Te=Ma 2 Solving Eas (1) and (2), Ty = 30N-m “The maximum clastic torque and plastic torque in the shaft canbe determined fom Hoos" — ow or trode Tea ae [rae (02) 7 ein [2010 ~ s24658N-m Sine Te > Ty, the resus obiained using the clastic analysis area valid Plastic Amal. Assuming that Sepment BCs ly laste, Te = Ty = 929911N-m = 934Nom Ans Subang hires into Ey (2, T= SWON-m = $70 kN-m Ams 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 311 ——- (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Rivet. NK. All sighs reserved This mate is protected unr all copyght laws as they cateatly ‘als No pmtion of tis material aay be produced, in form oy ay eats, witout posi a wise the publisher: SAR6, Comtinsed Since Ty (Ty)pthe results obtained using the elastic analysis are not valid, 319 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 320 ——— (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sale Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently “eust No potion of tis mae may be reproduced aa for or by any means without pormision a weg om the blab. S141, Continued ‘Plastic Analysis, Asroming that the tube is uly plastic, T= (0p), = 18908 N-m = 739kN-m Ans Substituting this result into Ea, (1), T. = 761097 N-m ~ 7.61 KN-m Ans. Since T, < (Ty)q-the core s stil linearly elastic. Thus, Ta __T6OSTO085)__ = be = TG, = Fons yrsyaoy ~ 09589 ed x %, oe 0359 - Teas) (0.002303 rad Sines 7, > (94) ~ OZ ead, the tubo i indeed flly plastic. @ 320 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/20 3:53 DM Dage 321 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sale Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved This mati is protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘ais No portion of tis material maybe produced, in any form oy ay mass, out peasion a Wns the publisher. S18. A torque is applied to the shaft of rads r. I the rar sress-sirain relation of 7 — ky, -determine the maximum shea stress v= (aa) ior Dee Fe = ine SLMS, Consider a thin-walled tubs of mesa endive rad thickness t Show that te maximum shear sires in the tabs due to an applied torque T approaches the average shear ‘stress computed from Eq. 5-18 38 r/o met z He)-A2)) lr + Of Ar oF = Flere + tore a fats 3 eS HAP 6) Bere _ t+ or Fo — Fer + O) Bee ar “Tidy oe 32 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 322 ——— 1© 2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sale Rivet, NI. Al sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion of tis material may be roprodaed aa or or by any means Without permisioa awit oa th publisher S144 “The 30 stainless sto shaft is3 moog and hasan ‘outer diameter of 60 am. When it rotating at 60 ad, it transmits 30 kW of power from the engine E to the generator G. Determine the smallest thickness of the shaft i the allowable shear stress i ray = 150 MPa andthe ‘haf restricted not to twist more than DAN rad, Interna Tore sao w(SP) — soc N-m/s 3000) a 2 soo Nm Allowable Shear Stes: Assume failure due to shea sees. Te ne = Tat = 500(0.08) soi) Ange of Deis: Asse titre de to angle of twist initio, 1 oa. 500(3) (00x — rf)(75.0)007) 928403. ~ 284053 am 08 ‘Choose the smallest value ofr, = 284083 mm 1 mm Ans. ~ n= 30 28.4033 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 323 ——— ‘©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, All sighs reserved. This mati is protected und al copyght aw as they cateatly ‘als No pti of tis material maybe produced in ny foro by ay eas, tout poms la Wiis te publisher. SEAMS. The A.26 stecl circular tube is subjected forgue of 10 Nm. Determine the shear sires atthe radius p = 60 mm and compute the angle of twist of the tube if it & 4m long and fixed at its far end. Solve the problem using Eqs 57 and 5-15 and by using Eqs 5-18 masa ‘Shear Snes Avisos Ea.57, 15 ~ 005+ 28 — opasm = 006 255 — onsrsn 10(10°}(0.06) ey aT rod Tr 10010") Tee Te A, ~ 20005)(ex00C) au a Anale of Twist Applying Eg. 5-15, 1 $2 a6 ~ Fanas — 0057s \TSOKITy = 078s rad = 4405" Am Aibiog a. 520, Te fats oo age [T 1. 4 ~ lly fos we fara deTtp 4AGt 2 (103 10°¥4)(006) To Fos OR Crs rad sas Ans. 323 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 324 ——— (©2010 Person Education, fae, Upper Sade Rives, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as thoy curently ‘east No potion of tis mail may be reproduced, aa for oF by any means without pormisioa a weg om the pblsbe. 5.146, Rod AB is made of A236 sel with allowable Shear ste of (rane)a ~ MP and tube BC is made of ‘AMIOM-T6L magnesium alloy wth an allowable shear $1080 (aoe)ne~ 45MPa.The angle of twist of end Cis ‘ot alowed fo exceed (15 ra. Determine the maxioim ‘ilowable torque T that can be sppied to the assembly in Figs o and B rosposively Allowable Shear Stew: The polar moment of inertia of rod_AB and tube 1C are Jan - ¥(ois) = 253125(0"*e a and Jac ~ £003 — 002s") = 1286895(10-* We have O05) 280) — S500 a T= 30781Nem and a ee Toc 209687510" T= 988.19 Nem Ange of wise Tuba 70, 7 tg = Bebe = TD = earranio-5r = ost 00-97 ad Ta Lac Tes) f $8 Tac Gag THBARTIO RTT “OA IT Gaping. Sa AiR T > dein bua * $e ben T 0s ~ an17s7Q0-yF + o03373(10-yT 7 ~ 331N-a (coats) Ans. (b) 324 16060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 328 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fae, Upper Sade Rivet, NK All sighs reserved This mate protected und all copeght laws as they careatly als No portion of this material maybe uproducd in foro by ay ass, without posi a wise the publisher. LAT. shaft has the crossetion shown and is made of 2014-Té aluminum alloy having an allowable shear stress of “oie = 125 MPa. Ifthe angle of twit per meter length is ‘not allowed to exceed 0.03 rad, determine the required ot ‘minimum wall thickness ¢ to the newest millimeter wien theshalfsubjected to tongue of T= ISKN=m, Section Properties: Referring tothe geometry shown in ig, mis os( gs) +4 fr-2019 + x0079 -a510 (007s!) ~ 008s? Allowable Shea Stes = 1500) (og) te = Hct ae ~ aoot8s8) sons03 Angle of Twist got ftt Tawa hr 0) (05882) Fomssmangy 07184 m= 7.18 mm (controls) }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 326 ——— (©2010 Pourson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rivet, NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘edst No potion ofthis mae may be roprodueda a or or by any means without permission a wet tom the publisher ey ey ere sine Sun h-tehih's pled ang eso 2 Sawer hse wed he ine tee eb i. teeitedoth on past Cunt hes eae dapraiy ere teatae ancien ere ors : 7, ‘Spheue Coa bo chest Ain sib age a ! 3 rer eact othe semen! The ps a Coed D Sth cea focsmosantoc tc a Equities Fgtity= uW Compatbitny soe 2 Solving Es 1] and [2] yes: T= 2ST Te ~ 242010. Masia Shear Sires Ans Ans 2s 71022\05\12) © -$(1L0)00) ‘oon3s72 md = 0.205° Ans. 326 }O5 Solutions 46060 5/25/10 3:53 DM Dage 327 ——— (©2010 Pearson Education, fac, Upper Sade Rivet, NK. All sighs reserved. This mati protected und all copeght aw as thoy cateatly sais No portion of tis material ay be oproducd, in any fom oy aay meas, tout persion a Wins the publisher. $18, The coupling consists of two disks fied to separate 2 Banoep shals cach 28 mm in diameter. The shalts are supported on journal bearings that allow free rotation. In order to limit the torque T that canbe transmitted, a “shear pin” Pis used to connect the disks together. I this pin can sustain an tn ‘average shear force of 550 N befor it fails detcrmiae the ‘matimum constant torque T that eaa be transmitted from 21 ‘one shalt to the other. Also, what i the maximum shoa ‘sos ia cach shalt when the “sear pin” is about to fal? Equilibrium: 2M.= 0; T 5500013) T=T1SNem Am. og Maximum Shear Stress: ae Te _ Tus(ou12s) Sed J 3(00125") aoe ee 5.150, The rotaing flywheel and shaft is brought 19 a ‘zuddea stop at D hen the beating freezes This esses the fyheelt0 omillate clockwise counterclockwise, 20 that a point A on the outer edge of the flywheel is displaced through a 10mm arc in either direction. Determine the maximum shear ses developed in the tubular 304 stainless ‘el shal due to this oscillation. The shaft has an inner ‘diameter of 25 mm and an outer diameter of $5 me. The journal bearings at B and Callow the shaft to rotate feoly Angle of Deis: Th 0 TE wee 4-015 aa 2) BOIS HTSOVIT) 7 =s02N-m Maximum Shear Steese Te__ 5100109175) op es 7 Fors — 00125) 327 Shite SAORM “S/ARISA: |9659'S08 | Rpg S08: =f o 1© 2010 Porson Education, tne, Upper Sade Rives. NA sighs esorved This mati protected under al copvght ans as they curently ‘oust No potion of tis mae may be roprodued aa orm or by any means Without permisioa a weit oath publisher S.1SH, Ifthe slid shaft AH to which the valve handle i itched is made of CX340) rod bras and has a diameter of mm, determine the maximum couple forces Fthat can be applied to the handle just before the material tart of Take Taton = 4OMPa, What is the angle of twist of the handle? The shat is ied a Te Fas = Tate = HE gun) — 23410005) i F = 2618N ~ 262 1 03F -785N-m Th ___788(018) TG” FO.0057EA0) = 005245 rad = 186° Ans. Teese ee y 328 (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, ne, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This matali protected under all sopyiht ov shay czy sais No portion of ths mate aay be opsoduced, i ny Zoma oy ay muss Wut persion Is Nt om to publsber (6-1. Draw the shea and monet dngrans for the shaft Th bearings at A and exert only vertical reactions on the shal tee 62, Draw the scar snd moment dsgrams forthe simply 4a supported beam, Apne o vee) I. em) Kalen) ee a xi) moment diagran © 329 \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Salo River. NJ. AU sais osorved Ts mati protected unr al cope ans they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta aay be nvprdaced, in Zoo by any asuns ithout pasion is Wali iow he publsber, 6-3. The engine cea is used to support the engine, which has weight of 120018 Draw theshear aad moment diagrams ff the Boom ABC when isin te horizontal position shown, +My, Zry(9)— 1200080; Fy = 400010 ales Se 8 TLL “6-4. Draw the shear and moment diagrams fr the can 2AN fa lever beam. ee 2» —____} “The foe-hay diagram of the beams right segment sectioned through an arbitrary pint shown in Fg a willbe wed writs the sheer and momcat equations of ths bean +1, v-20-9 fto-a]-6- “The shoar and moment diagrams show in Figs band ¢ are plotted usiag Eqs (1) v=-21kN, (1) CHEM =0; -M = 20 M=[-2 +42—10KN-m2) an (2),respeetivols The valle of thesheae and moniea atx ~ Disevahisted wing as (1) and). 4-20 =44N (-0 + 4(0) ~ 10) = -100N-m veKw end Bs a: + xt) x(n) “6 w oe ~/0 ©) 330 Oe Siettinh tains AGGMR, een) B/PA/ TR: Delt: Dagn 331° =e (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, ne, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This mati protected under al opti ow shay czas sais No portion of hs mate aay te produced, a ny Zoma ob ay nua Witut persion Is Ni os to publsber Se =) an ) oo aa ee me f ——-— — is 5 4 i nce ar hig at te suv Secret Bend fu 4 e ara ‘ompouna beam whic spn connected at the 67. Draw the shear and moment ciagrams for the kp 8p (aise a 331 ge es rae ee aa! Sp \© 2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Sale River. NJ. AU sas osorved Ths mati protested unr al copy ans as they cutouts ‘sls No portion of is atta aay be vprdaced, i gf ory aay suas witout prison a Wl ios the pubs. 68. Draw the shear aad moment diagratns forthe siaiply 1s supported beam, Soo tt = y ‘The fee-body diagram of the beam’ left seyment sectioned tough an arbitrary Point shown in Fig. will be used to write the shear and moment equations The Intensity ofthe angular dstriputed lad at the pot of sectioning is ve n(g) ens Referring to Fi. b, V = p75 ~ 625s"), (1) 75x — 2688. b-14(2) ‘The shear and moment diagrams show in Figs cand d ae plotted wing Eq (1) and 2), espoctivly Th location where the shear is equal to zero cia be obi bysotting ¥ ~ Oin Ea. (1). 0-215 — 62592 x= 6603 ‘The value ofthe moment at (6623 1 (V = 0) is evaluated using Ea. (2). M| peasy ~ 276633) — 208Y66A3) ~ 1716 1b-fe 382 Eee eee tig oy ea (© 2010 Person Euan, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghis served This tui i yreteted und allcopyight laws shay cates sais No porto of is mate maybe opsoduced, a ny Zora ot by ay uss Wout persion Is wi fom to publsber 6.9, Daaw the shear and momoat dagrans forthe beam. skip Hine: The 2Dkip load must be replaced by equivalent Ioadings at point Con the axis the hear. 20 eh ae Pe ad SM ath yer ae nar a ve) Nes apy 6-10. Members ABC and BD of the counter chair ace ‘ipily connected at Band the smooth eollar a Disallowed to-move (rely along the verbal ot. Draw the shes and moment diagrams for member ABC. Equations of Equilrium: Referring o the fee-body diggram ofthe frame shown inFi-a +13Fy=0 4, -180=0 4, = 15016 CHEM = 0 Nofls) ~ 1806) Np = 3018 ‘Shear and Moment Diagram: The couple moment acting on B duc 10 Np is ‘Mg = 300(15) = 450 Ib-f. The loading acting on member ABC isshown in Fi 16% tthe sear and moment agrams are shown nis 2d . a he vee) (les) = (50 T val ~ + pH 4 fb, ie @ © -ats 7 @ Ls Be \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. A sais osorved Ts mutes protested unr al cope ans s thoy cusreadly ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vproducd, i ag foo by aay suas witout prsion a Wl he pubs. GAL The overhanging beam has been fabricated with a projected arm BD oa it Draw the shear and momeat ‘agrams forthe beam ABC # it supports ood of S00 Th. "Hine oaing inthe supporting strat DE must be replaced by equivalent leads at pot oa the axis ofthe beam, Support Reactions: G4EMe =o; s00(10) 3 4 BF ett) ~ 4 Fe) ~ Foe = 200 +138,<¢ -w0+ 3m -c,=0 c= am sar-0 -c.rdamn-0 c= 1600 Shear and Moment Diagram: 6-12. A reinforced concrete pler is wsed to support the @N asin asin asin EN stringers for a bridge deck. Draw the shear and moment [im tmf Sm piso pinto ngrams for the pie when i is subjected tothe stringer Patond loads shown, Asume the column at A and # exert only ‘oil reactions ont pst. Tas a! ese Prize a aM eee cere ig Pere at (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs strved This mail protected under al opti ow say czy sais No porto of tis mate maybe oproduced, a foro by ay naa witut persion ls Nt om tho publsber GAR. Draw the shese and moment diagram for the compound beam Its supported bya sooth pte at A which sles within the groove and soit canpot support a vercal fore, although iteinsupporta moment and alba ‘Support Reactions: From the FBD of segment BD +tMe B, (a) ~ Plo 413 PoP Abe, From the FED of segment AB CHEMA=0; PRO) Pl@)—Mu=0 Ma Pe 4138,=0, P= P=0;cquibium satis) ’ te Spe * nals | | » wl ae =t= pp ft} A te 4 9 | | 6-14, “The industial robot shel in the taionary position shown. Draw thesbear nd moment diagrams ofthe arm ABC iftispinconnected a and comected toa hydeaabe tinder (vo.loree member) BD. Asume tho aa and rip have 4 ‘usfora Weigh of | SIb/ia and suppor the loa af 4 bat C. 335 2010 Poason Education, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al dah served This mater sprteted unde al copyright ans s they cused ‘sls No portion of is atta ay be vpredaced, i gf or by aay sans witout prison a Wl ios he pubs. 6-16. Draw the shoae and moment dagrans for the shaft 00% and dotermine the shear std moment throat the haf 3s a function of x. The bearings at 4 and B exert only vertical feaetionson the shat 4 FH, | el le sow Ane Ans Am. C+EMyy = 0 M+ 800(e — 3) - 2208 = 0 = (san + 200) Am me Brste Hy saath, og ~ BOMVON) _ oa mapa (cy Ans. irs one Am. Seid treedimeooa vow of te ses dation ting ovr th coi comesctonal Seco Propery Propeny: ; seek 1 SL omao22) + $co1{am) ~ rra1s(20-) Pai ending Sie Apising the fears forma ax = ME and = MP. ; “ 00010 _ sonar re ae T7810, pany = AAPMOOD = 40 a Ts 361 SO ee ee Se \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Salo River, J. AU sas oserved Ts mutes protested unr al cope ans as they cusoaly ‘sls No portion of is atta nay be vprdaced, i foo by any suas witout prsion a Wl the pubs. (6-$8, If the beam is subjected to an internal moment Of M ~ 100kip-f& determine the maximum tensile and ‘compressive benung stress the beam, Section Properties: The neutral axis pases through centroid C ofthe cross ston as shown in Fig The losation of Cis 46 ~A(.8!)) aozensy ee “Thus. the moment of inertia ofthe cross section about the neutral axis is 37+ Ad 406(#) + ser(assss 4) [eC 58) + (1s?) (ss- | 2isstint [Maximum Reading StesThe maximum compressive and tensile bending sree ‘osars a the top ani Batiom edges ofthe cross seetion Ans. @ 302 ‘©2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sphis served This mates protected unr all copyaht law shay cueatly ‘ais No prio of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foro by ay nua Wut persion Is Nt ow to publsber 699, WF the beam is m allowable lense and compressive ste of (a) and (€ategle~ 22 ks. respectively, detemine the maximum slloaleltemal mement Mhat canbe applied the ba. Section Properties: Me neutral ais passes through centro Cof the cross section asshown in Fig- The location of Cis 4 486) ~ oli] ee ee asin 3A ais) "Thus, the moment of inertia ofthe cross seetion about the neutral axis is 1=3T4 ad ~ Hoole") + o¢sfasase — 4)? (134) + o(us?)(asisa— >] = 24s it Allowable Mending Stress: The maxioum compressive and tensile heading stress ‘ccc at the top and bottom edgas ofthe eros section For he top age. wy gs — 4345) Cade = 0 aes 1 = 1317stkin-in( HL) = to9798ip- Forte botom ede, 4.3458) 4 Teer a= tmnsp-e( HL) sop conto) Ame @)| | (a) 363 ee ee ee ee ee ‘©2010 Person Education Lae, Upper Sado River NI Al sgh esrved This mati protected unr al copyright lane ex they curently ‘alsNo portion of hs matt maybe vprdacd, i ag fon or by aay suas witout prison also he pubs. %6-60. The beam is constructed from four boards 48 shown. If its subjected ¢0 a moment of M, = 16 kip- It determine the stress at points A and B. Sketch a {hree-dimensional view ofthe stress dsteibution 24S(10X4)] + 1.561) + 16(40)01) ao) + 16a) + 100) = 92063 1 = coo? + 1400200 - 5°] + asin) + reyaes - 930187 4a Lexan) + saya — 8045? = 10307 it oe oath on Mn MANA = 8209) 5 ros a ? oa Me ORO) asi Aas eres 6-61, "The beams constricted from four boards as shown, itis subjected to a momeat of M. = I6kipt, determine ‘he resultat force the stess produces on the top Boar C. 21SU0K2)] + 0.5;6y(1) + 16¢40)0) ‘ONT + 16C1) + 1001) SORE. : ana) + aero 9] +bao0) + «nos-vx00e + E(0)00% + 110,06 — 9049? = 1073.07 a2 _ Me _ 1642 ar SR07 My _ 16(12)(11 ~ 9.3043) a 100807 4 (Fae = P@0544 + 0.2978)(10)1) = 118 kip Ans. 364 Scie ae were eet cee es ett (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, nc, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sighs sterved This mati protected under al optiht ow shay curzendly ‘als No porto of ths mate maybe oprodaced, ny foma oy ay muss witout persion Is Ni Bo to publsber 6-02, A box beam is constructed from four picses of ‘wood, glued together as shown. Ifthe moment acting oa the cross section i 10 EN-m, determine the stress at points A and B and show the results acting on volume elements Tocated at thse points “The asmnent of inertia ofthe crosseetion about the neutral axis Z 02x03) ~4 (016,028) - 02817007 For point A, y= © = 018m. _ Mya _10(104 (015) 4-7 = ar) 207(10°)Pa = 621 MPa (©) For pot, yp = 0.125 m, S172(10"yPa = 5ATMPa (1) 20mm. [160 ~\ = 108m Ans. ‘The state of stress at point A and B are represented by the volume element shown inFigeaand 6 respectively @) G57 om 368 2010 Poason Education. tne, Upper Sado Rives NJ. Al ahs oserved This mater prtsted unde al opyriht ans s they cused ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprdaced, i foo by aay sans witout prion a Walshe pubs. 6-60 Determine the dimensions a of «beam having 4 ‘squire eros section in terms of the radius ofa beam with 4 eieular eros section i oth beams are subjected to the ra Sam iniernal moment which results i the same maxima bending sts. A Section Properties: The moments of inertia ofthe square and circular cross sections about the neutral axis are Me _ Mia?2) _ 6M. Te ay rte ine Smet = (oon) = Me = Me 1M oT ae Le is resid that (emn)s = (Gmee om 4 em a= 1st Ans. 6-64 Thestoelrod having a diameter of ln ssubjected to an atemal moment of M = 300 Tht, Determine the sre created at points A and H, Also, sketch 3 theee aerial _ ‘ow of thesteee dstribation acing over the crow sto, 034 = o0w0s74 int = = S00 300(12}(05) OD = 36:7 si Ans. asi, My _ 500012K05 in 45") a4 SAT ~ 25948 Ans. we aT 366 (© 2010 Person Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghis sored Tis mata protected unr all copyaht law os thoy cateatly sais No portion of tis mate maybe opredaced, nny foun by aay eas iu! persion Is Nl ws tho pulser. 16-68, Ifthe moment acting on the cree section ofthe bea Js M~ 4kip-ft, determine the maximum bending stress in the beam, Sketch # threo-dimensional ew of the stress stitution aeting over the eos Seti. ‘The moment of inertia ofthe cross-section about the neutral axis (2)05) ~ 54059129 = 1868 nt Along the top ego the ange Sia Tous ‘Me _ 400°)02)05) T 7 e — Om 93 pst Along the bottom edge to the flange, y ~ 6 in. Thus My _ 400/210) _ Tes 155 pst 6-66. ICM = 4 kip-f, determine the resultant force the bending stress prosicos onthe top board ofthe hear, “The moment of inertia ofthe cross section about the neutral axis 5412) OUD) = 1968 int ‘Along the top edge ofthe Mange Sin Thus Me _ 40)(2)05) _ fo ey 19.24 pst Along the bottom edge ofthe flange, y= 6 n-Thus My _ 4000216) OO «15459 psi “The resultant force acting on board A is equa othe volume ofthe trapezoidal stra bocksbownia ig Fe ~ F09324 + 15439)(15)12) = 31304315 33 kip Jom. 184-59 pst 367 2010 Poason Education. Ine, Upper Sado Rvs NI. Al ahs oserved This mate protected unde al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vpredaced, i ag foo by any sans without prasion a Wiss the pubs. (6-67. "The rod is supported by smooth journal bousings Devin i ee eer See era ae eset rates es j { epahens i Absolute Masimam Bending Sires The oaximuin moM201 8 Me = 1.34 kN=m ‘ss inieated onthe moment ditgram. Applying the flexure formula Mase aT acto? y0.085) Foss) = 158 MPa Ans rrayeseo ws denis30m) tes| mp samen 368 All igh served This mares spotted under ll copysaht ams as they een (© 2010 Pessoa Education, ne, Upper Sale Ries sais No porto of his mate aay to oproduced, i ny foua or by ay muss Wut persion eNom to publsber *6-6 “The rods supported by smooth joural bearings at 2am ‘ver yertcal reactions on the aba F lest damtrd if the allowable Bening i SS 8 = 150 MP q z erg ruse Allowable Bending Stes he mins morneat it Mong = 1138KN-m ss eayate me $e0ne9or? ‘nated on the moment diagram. Apphing the Sere Yana = sere rats uisaodl¢ ths sed san(cn) = 24C0%(4) Hoy youn 4 = 00806m = £63 om am 4 ts | nas messy 26-00, Two desions for a beam ate 19 be considered 29m Detemine which ove will support a moment of 0m _ ASU EN at wi the last amouat of ening stress What is tT thatstrs? Section Propet: em ersten) | 4 (02)(038*) - 5017/03) = 02164500") sr aus Forsection () ® 4 (o.2)(030°) ~ 4 (ass)(03°) = 036125(107) mt Me ‘Mass Bending Sires Applying he Mesure formals Gaye = ME Forssction (9) For section (b) 150(10°K0.18) a= SS = 1472 Ms = 747 MPa Ams 309 —h— 2010 Pouson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs eserve This mate prteted undo al eopyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprducd, i Zoo by aay suas ioutprsion a Wl os the pubs. (6-70, Th senply supported ts is subjected tothe central ‘Eat Nol ceo he gon ia ad al] a tae rae ce ore rel oupnccr tases meee wont arora and thicenes: of in. abd the boom member fa solid oad f i | rosie tes ala] FA _ 0+ (6s0K04786) SA ~ OATES + 10S (91 in 1 [x09 a0a57] euans0 — ann + bras som int + 0:19685(4.0091 Mgas = 30009 ~ 1.5)(2) = 2700016 -in 27 0004.6081 + 0.25) Som 6-71. The anle of the freight car subjected t0 wheel Ivodingsof 20 kip Ititissupported by two jouraa bearings a Cand D deteae the maximum beadiag sree developed athe center ofthe wae, where the diameter 55 in. in ‘aE io! hip hip Me _ 200275) Pros" as = 2st Ans Hone 20 p's - ) 370 (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sdghisoserved This aul i yretected unde alcopyight laws shay cates sais No porto of hs mate aay te oprodued, i ny foun oy ay nua Wout persion ls Nt oa to publsber *6-72, "The stel beam has the crosesectional aca shown. mm Determine the largest itersity of distributed food Wy that it ‘cin suppor so th the maximum bending stress inthe bear, {does M01 ENCE ng = 22 ah aa SS Support Reactions: As shown on FBD. Interval Moment: The masimim moment oocurs at mi spn The maximm ‘moments determined using the method of sections Section Pooperty: (106) — F.m(s0!) = rsrassiat Absolute Maman Rending Stes'The maxinvain oaneat i Mia ~ 48.0 36 indkated on the FBD. Applying he flexure formula ma = 48.005 (1295.30) 2 qs7308 no 110 kip/t An. 6-73 Thestoot beam hasthe cose sectional are shown IE y= OS kit, determing the maximums beading ste in the beam. Support Reaction: As shown on FED. Intemal Moment: Toe maximum moment oocurs at mil span, The axiom ‘moment is determined using the method of sections Section Properss: 4 (00) ( 1= Sew) Sonia) = esa Absolute Maximum Beading Stes'Tho maximum oneal is Mygy ~ 240 ip ‘indicated on the FBD. Appling the Mexare formula a7 \© 2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. A sah osorved Ts muti protested unr al cope ans s thoy cusraly ‘als No portion of is atta may be vprdacd, in Zoro by ay abuns without pasion is Wali io he publisher, 6-74. The boat has 4 weight of 200 Ib and a center of raity a¢ G.I itrests onthe tale atthe smooth contact A and can be considered pinned at B, determine the absolute ‘maximum bending sess developed in the main strut of the trailer. Consider the srt o Bea bex-beam having the “mensions shown and pinned aC Boat: 2300 /6 Be=0 C43My= 0, -WAO) + 28008) = 0 N,= 71780 ate HER, — 0; 127778- 2000+ B,-0 2, = 22 sembly C43Me = 0, -N5f00) + 240) = 0 N= 20701 HEF,- 0; ¢,+201-200-0 G=20m 1 = UISNGY ~ 3 .5).25) = 3.267610" rae ~ ME = BMS) — ats Ans 12707616 22-22 be tos an rt a7 (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tne, Upper Sade Ries ‘als No porto of hs mate aay te opsoduced, a fom by ay nua Wout persion Is Nt os te publsber All sights served This mares spotted under ll copysaht ams as they eens (6-75. “The shaft is support by smooth thst bearing at Aandlsmooth journal bearing t D. the shat asthe eros ‘Soetion shown, determine the absolute maxinum bending stres i the sha. ‘Shear and Moment Digrams: As shown in Fig. Maximum Moment: Due to symmety.the maximum moment occurs in region BC ofthe shit Referring othe freesbody diagram of the seument shown in Fi. Sectlon Properties The moment of inertia of the eros section about the neutral 1~ (a0 — o9ns*) ~ 1.7038(10-)a* re Maximum Bending Stress 2.25(10°)(008) Maat = s28MPa Aas. nae 46-76. etersioe the moment M that must be applied eo ‘he beam inorder lo erates maximum stesso 0 MPa. ABO skeich theses dsibution acting over the cross ection “The moment of inertia ofthe erst section about the neutral axis J eosn03%) ~ 4 (o2iyare’ = 0367220107) mt “Ths, Me Moos) ge i BM) — Sasa Mf = 195.96 (10°) Nm = 196EN- Ao. “The bending sess disrbution over ye cross-sections showin Figo 373 ‘©2010 Pearson Edun, Ine, Upper Sade River, NE Al sgh served This mati i prctocted unr al copyright lane es hey cualy ‘als No portion of hs atta aay be vprduced, i Zoo by aay sans witout prison a Wis ios the pubs. 6-71. The sec beam bas the crom-ectiona are shown ‘ citer ete thes nol ced HITT SUT sxiony— 2790 = 034! Fw tintin Me eat as oa oxi Ete san(12y53) pu 2-93 w= Last Ane. 6-7. The sel foam hos the croseectionl art shown é, IE Ski termite he ste ana en Traunnuet TH ey St 03% Tive oe t From Prob, 6.7% M = S2w = 22(5)(12) = 1920 kip-in = 152.344 int Me _ 10055) a aps SR ae wa (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, nc, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This mati protected under al sopytiht ow say czy sais No portion of hs mate aay bo oproduced, i ny foma oy ay uss Wout persion Is Nt os tho publsber 679. If the beam ACB in Pook. 6-9 has a squsee cross Skip section, 6 in, by 6 im, determine the absolute maximum, bending tess the beam. Maan = 46:7 kip“ na = Be SEIU _ 654 7 FO) nan"? sue Wee a ‘ his moi) gy Bs 6AM, If the exane boom ABC in Prob, 63 has a —————— rectangles section with sso of2 Sin determine i euie eight ho daenerest inthe lowe bending SES 8 gy = 2488 8) ~ 12008) = 4000 Ay a es a; ‘Me _ 9000(12)(8) an TE ase ~ M0" b= 26a. Ans. Useh = 275i, Ans. tf Po fe haw 375 See ee ee ee eS ‘©2010 Pearson Education Lae, Upper Sat Al eas osrve This material presto unde all copyright ans sty casey ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vprdacd, in Zoo by ay abuns without poision is Wis iow he publsber 6-81. ithe reaction ofthe ballast on the railway te ea be assumed uniformly distributed over its length as shown determine the matimum beading stress developed Jn the tie. The tie has the rectangular exass section with thickness ¢ = 6in Support Reactions Refcrrng to the fre body diagram of the tie shown in Fi. ve have +13R, 6 48) ~ 205) = 0 7S kip/tt Ms Swen Th she and it gramme own nF. bs As indksedon he moment dig, masinun moet i Mgg_| = 75 Absolute Maxim Bending Sess 7512)6) Tye) Fue Mat Ans. (eps kps VV Ckips) 376 Eee a ero ree rec tng! SS (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, nc, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs strved This matali protected under al opi ow shay crzenaly sais No porto of is mate maybe oproduced, ny foro by ay uss wut persion Is Ni os tho publsbe fab ead ek on oie aa ees i Din, Seon Reams Rolin he re oty agama Heston gene Kips bb kpe +138, =0, wis) — 205 o 7S kip/t Mam Ment Th haa nd men span shom Fig band At indeed onthe moment dara the masiman monet Maa = 781 Absolute Masimunt Bending Stress: 377 2010 Puason Education, tne, Upper Sade Rvs NI Al ahs oserved This mates protected undo al opi ans: they cue ‘sls No portion of is atta aay be vprduced, in gf or by any suas iout prison a Wl the pubs. 6-83. Determine the absolute maximum boning seoss 1skNn in the tubular shaft if ~ 160 mm and dg ~ 200 mm, Section Property 1 = £ (14 — aos!) ~ 45370(10-4) Absoleie Masimum Bending SiessThe musi moment is Mas ssindicated on the moment digram. Applying the Nexure foraula Ma ome = 0.00060 46370010) 19 MP Ans. 378 (© 2010 Pearson Edson, ac, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This mail protected unr al sopytiht ov say cuzently ‘als No portion of hs mate aay to oproduced, i uy Zoun or by ay nua wut persion ls Nti ostepublsbe +684, The tubular salt isto have a cross section such 54a that its inner diameter and outer ameter are related by Od, Determine these requited dimensions if the lowable bending stess is Caen = 155 MPa )-)] Allowable Reading Stress: Tas msairin moatest i Mays ~ 60.0KN-m as {indicated on the momeat diagram Applying the Nexure formula 316 m0a0($) S510) = Teoma 4, ~ 01883. ~ 188 ma Am. ‘Ts 4, = 08d, = 151 mm Am. stop 20501 379 2010 Poason Education. tne, Upper Sado Rives NJ. Al ahs osrved This mater protected unde al opyriht ans s they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vpreducd, in ag for by aay sans witout prision a Ws ios he pubs. igor coos setion in S00 N/a the proportion shown. Determine is required dimension b ifthe allowable bending ste cay = 10 MPa os Allowable Rending Stes: The maxevusn omic May ~ S625 N-m.s indicated on the moment diagram. Applying the fiexure formula FOU 08313 m = 53. am ‘Ans s200a)/0000 380 (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, nc, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This mati protected under al opti ow shay czy sais No porto of ths mate maybe oproduced, a ny Zomo by ay uss Wout persion Is Nitin os to publsber 686, Determine the sbsolute maximum bending stress in the Din-diameter shaft which is subjected 10 the concentrated forces The journal bearings at and B only suppor vertical forces ‘The FRD of the shafts shown in Fig. “The shear and moment diagrams ae showin Fig. and c, respectively. As Indicated on the moment di2prim, Mfg, = 15000 bin ‘The moment of inertia ofthe evosssection about the neutral axis Za = 025 mint Osi 800 6006 sin. | /Sin. Join. fy 00 tb @) by 600 Ib Vitby B 15000 Kn) O 15 30 60 «) 381 ‘©2010 Pearson Education Lae, Upper Sat Al eas eserves materi prteted undo all copyright ans sty cused ‘als No portion of hs atta uy be vprdacd, in foo by ay abuns without pasion a Wis iow he publsber G-87. Determine the smallest allowable diameter of the rated forces. The journal ‘The allowable bending ste 8 Gane ~ 2248, ‘The FRD of the sha shown in Fig. a ‘The shear and moment diggrams ae shown in Fig. bund e respectively. AS indented on the mowtentdiaprtn. May 1,000 1b: “The moment ofineitia ofthe cross-section about the aeutel axis “iO -a Herc = d/2Tous 1 Max 4p) — 198804). rae PR) Sosa =2in Ams 8004 0b 900 B {5000 a5 ad xan) Xin) 382 (© 2010 Pearson Edson, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This matali protected under al opytiht ow say curses ‘ais No porto of ths mate maybe produced, ny foun by ay nus Witt persion Is Ni om to publsber 6-88. Ifthe Deum bas square cross section of 9 ia. on cach side, determine the absolute maximum bending sess inthe beam, Absolute Masinum Beading Stes: Tho axioms moment ‘sindicated on moment diagram. Applying the Nexure form Mg = 448 ip ft Mme _ 44802K45) oa ee ET aaa Am. +689, Ifthe compound beam in Prob 642 has a square ross section, determine its dimension @ if the allowable bending sees de = 150 MPa. AMfowable Bending Sires: Toe maximum monnents is Mygx = 7.50 KN mas {indicated on moment diagram. Applying the exureformila Mea on = 2000/3) rsi(i) - = 0.06604 m ~ 6.9mm, Ans a, fy “70 383 \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. (6-00, Ifthe beam in Prob. 6-28 has a recangulse cross sction with a width # and a height fi determine the absolute maximum tending stress inthe beam, Absolute Masiuam Rending Sires: Te maximam moments it Mag = nt ‘sino hemerent agra Appin te Hrs oma Mace 8) re . foe bk 36bnE = 384 (©2010 Pearson Edvation, ne, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This matali prtacte under al opi ov say cuzendy sais No porto of tis mate aay te produced, ny foro by ay euas witout persion Is Ni om to publsber 691. Determine the absolute masiaumn be in the 8i-mm shaft which is subjected © the ‘cmeentrated forces. The journal bearings at A and B only Support vertical forces able aN “The FRD of the shafts showin Fig. “The sear and moment diagrams are shown in Fig and respecte. As iff on he momen apr | Mn “The moment of inertia ofthe eros section about the neutral axis (oo 06400" at ‘Hore.¢ = 0.04 Thus 05m T Odm 06m ciao) 12a) Ays30nl ZoknN By 2 KN (a) = u9srueyPa = 19 MPa Ans. VC KN) los “Te MCKNm) © 38S \© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. NJ. A sas osorved Ts mati protested unr al cope ans os they cusealy ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe nvprdaced, in Zoo by any suns without poasion is Wali om he publsber diameter of the shaft whic is subjected to the concentrated forces. The Journal bearings at A and B only support vertical forces ‘Theallowable bending sire 5 Calne ~ 150 MP “The FBD of the shaft is shown in Fig ‘Toe shear and momo grams are shown in Fa band respectively. As indsated onthe monioat disp, [May | ~ GN t, ‘The moment of inertia ofthe crosesection about the acutel axis 1on(d eat a o5m bO4amy O.Gm ore = 4/2 Thue raokss Ags30KN Zoks] By? 2 kN cae Met sain = OND @) 4=00M3m=74i3mm= 75mm Am. VCKN) MCKNm) 1 ‘Xqm) jor" xy a be ) he (b) © 386 (©2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. AU phe osorved Tis mates protected unr all copyaht law shay cueatly ‘ais No porto of ths mate aay te oproduced, a foun or by ay nua Wut persion ls Nt os to publsber 6-93, "The onan hiss mas of Th and stants notions at the end ofthe diving board. If the board has the cross tion shown, determine the maximum normal sain developed in ‘he board, The msulus of elasticty for the materi = 125GPa, Assume Aisa pin and Bs ole, 290m xm apa Wal 19am 10 150-2 250° Internal Moment: Toe saxionse smoment ascurs a support B. The maxima vere ‘nti etc ing te mtd of sons Section Proper Tf ee ma sasien eg 201025,0.0) + 0035021005 gy e '0,35(0.02) + 0.03(0.03)_ = ol J 19298 Aen Fl 1= 039002) + oas;omyoo12848 — 0017 ison + 51009)(008") + 0030.03;0035 ~ 0012848)" 79925(10°8) mt Absolute Maximum Beng Sires: The maxima moment is Mau, ~ 1912.95 Nm ‘sindicated oa the FBD. Applying the eure formula 91295(008 ~ 012848) D7BHO5(10-*) ~ S892 MPa Absolute Matimam Normal Siain: Applying Hooke's law. we have a _ S89200%) 3 aa 2a = RAED — 9. 704(10) myn Ans a7 \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Salo River. NJ. A sas osorved Ts mati protested unr al cope ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprdaced, in ag foo by ay suas witout prion a Wis ios he pubs. 6-04, “The two solid stel rds ane bolted together along their Keng and support the loading shown. Assume the supportat 4 isa inand B sa roller Determine the roquited ameter d of each of the rads ifthe allowable bending SIRES 8 tw = 180 MP, [s)-#@)|-3 Allowable Bending Stress: Tae maxiosum moment is Mau, = 100EN-m a6 indicated on moment diagram. Applying the flexure formula Mae Se = Bate = a(x) = 200K 4 N62 m= 16mm ow 204N/a 6-95. Solve Prob 6-04 ifthe rods are rotated OD" so that both cade rest on the supports at A (pin) ad (ole). ‘Section Pooperts ay) = 2) ] af Altowable Bending Sines Te masini moment 6 May ~ 1G KN-m 8 ‘nated onthe moment dingrem. Appin the Nevare formula ena, = Mast an = Cae = vad) 00 4 = 01985m = 199 am we = 388 (2 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sdghs served This aul i yreteted und copviht laws shay carey ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i foun or by ay uns Wout persion Is Nti os topublsber *6-96, “The cir is supported by an arm that is hinged s0 01 Itrotatesabout the vertical axisat A. Ifthe load on the chaie fs ISD Ib and the arm isa hollow tabe section having the ‘dimensions shown determine the maximum beading stress stsection a aie Du. tint “fF OSia, Ne) - Fos Me _ \440(5) an = ME = SEES = 135 ksh Aas. 16-97. A portion ofthe femur can be mocled 48a tube tts) e Ihwving aa ine diameter of 0375 in-and an outer darneter ” fof 125 in. Determine the maximum elastic stati forse P 220] that ean be applied to its center. Asam the bone to be 125 roller supported atts ends The oe diagram for the bone ‘mass isshown ands the same i tension asi compression. r= Sof) — (28)!] = orisa7 int eel Mon = 2 =2P Require ce = 125 si Me T 2125/2) 1 r P= 0119kip = 191 Aas. 389 \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sale River. NJ. AU sais osorved Ts mati protested unr al cope ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vpreducd, i gf or by aay sans witout prion a Walshe pubs. Sees sailors oa wa pacias seeade in sOg a eet aie ele hea te 2008) pag i reel ree : <) yen ; 9 Fx ae Mele lieee a vip eich side, determine the absolute maximum bending st inthe beam. ‘The maximum moment occurs a the fixed support A. Referring tothe FED shown, aR, GEM a= 0, Maus ~ 40(6)(8) 5 400,68) = 0 Maus = 1660011 “The moment of nari ofthe about the neutral axis 1 6x6 lO) — 108 Thos, Me _ 1680012) 1 108 650 ps = S60 kt Ans. 390 (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This mata protected under al sopyiht ov say cuzenty ‘ast No porto ofthis mate aay to oproduced, i foun or by ay nua wut persion Is Nt os tho publsber %6-100, ‘The stool beam has the crosesectional rca shown, Determine the largest intensity of the distributed Toad wy that it can support so thatthe maximum bending stress inthe beam doesnot exceed dat = 22K ‘Support Reactions. Tae FBD of the beams shown in Fig “The shear and moment diagrams are shown in Fig. and, respectively. As Indicated on the moment diagram. Ma = 27% “The moment of inertia ofthe erosssection about the neutral axis Lacie 2 Fos) - L702) 2018075int Here, ~ 625in-Thes, Ao. 391 WE Sfoniinns, {ORE Pees. BARRIS 9207. PR, “Page: St $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. A sas osorved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe nvpdacd, in ag fom or by ay abuns without pasion is Wis iow he publsber 6-101. The stool heem has the croseseetional area shown. If vy ~ 2kip/ft, detemnine the maximum beoxing stress in th beam, ‘The FID of the beam is shown in Fie. ‘The shear and moment diggrams are shown in Fi. band ,espestively AS Indicated on the moment diagram. Maye ~ S4ip ft. “The moment of inertia ofthe I ros-section bout the beading xi is (1287) - 675) 224) = 20488375 int Hero,e = 625in. Thus _ $4.0296625) DNS = 197 98k Ans. 2QN08) kip ® qu) 392 06 Solutions 46060 Pare2 6/26/10 1:17 PM Page 303 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, fae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sgh served This matali protected ural copright mas hay crzently sais No portion of tis mate may bo oproduced, ny form oy aay mous witout pemsio a Nl os tho pubs. 6-192, ‘The bolster or main supponing gee ofa tuck 1skipit body subjected tothe uniform disributedoad Determine Uictending srt potted a TITTLE ae fn * fe a = 05. fi A a Rosin ie am jbo T Xe 075 Suppor Reactions: hs shows on FED. Incenal Moment: Using the method of ction EMya = 0) M+ 12016) ~ 1508) =0 M~T20kip-t Section Property: 2) — 2 essy(ia) = ‘at J.o(035') - 56512!) = as Bending Sires Applying the exe formula =~ MP 200124675) NET) — 133435 Ans. FOONO — transi Am. 393 HE Sijctinns: AE Peete, RIMBLIB, «9207: BR Rogge: Oe $ (©2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Sadat Al eas eserves materi presto undo al copyright ans s they casey ‘sls No portion of is atta maybe vprdaced, in ag Zoro by ay abuns without pasion a Was om he publsber Ci ch ed ena 8 oe ey eae eat emer Sm “The shear and moment diagrams are shown in Fig. bane, espectively AS. Indicated on the moment diagram, |Mf) = 0.125 . 1 [1150 mm “The moment of inertia ofthe crose-xection i, wa) (0075)( 015") = 21.09373(10-4 2 Here, ¢ = 0075 Thus, = Mom ¢ ee = (10°) = ~ arans7s(i0~) = 11250 N/m = 11.254N/m ~OREW ~O/e5Ww © 304 HE Shctiony NE Prete, RAMBLIS, ° 9:05: BR Rags: TR $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ae, Upper Sale River, NE. All sighs sterved This mati protected under al opti ow shay curzendly sais No porto of tis mate maybe produced, ny foro by ay muss Wout persion ls wi Bos tho publsbe $6108 If w= 1OKN/m, determine the maximum bending stress ia the beam. Sketch the stress distribution seing over the cross soction Support Reactions The FBD ofthe beam issbown in Fig. LEstsaet= pa eta “i sae gt eth econ Jabs onbe nment apt ie] = 12S0N ar mE Hmm 10(2) KN “The atimeat of inertia ofthe cross seston is (0075)(015°) = 21.00375(10-*) m* Hore, ¢ = 0075 m. Tous - Manse ae _ 125(10°}0075) ~ Sums) = 4.44 (108) Pa = 444 MPa “The bending stresistribution over the cro section i showa i Fig. CEN) M Cem) 395 1 Sajotions 40 Peet? RIMS «2207.2 Page: 36 $ ©2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. A sais osorved Ts mutes protested unr al copy ans s thoy curently ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vprdacd, in fom or by ay abuns without pasion a Wis iow he publsber 6-105. Ifthe allowable bending sre forthe wood beam amine 0 pai, determine the required dimension b to the nearest} in.ofitscrosssction, Assume the support at A ‘sapinand B isa cole snare baat ai Panini oe i ‘The sear and moment diagrams ae show fndieuied on the moment diagram M, “The moment ofinertia ofthe cross section i pod 1 =f onavy = So" Here,¢ = 2/3 = 0-Thus, 33301016) 0 = pa 1 b= 14ssin= 7a Ams M(lb-fe) 3009, oe 5000 XG) 2 3 45 6 ie (Cy 396 EF Sshcninny SNE Pret RARE LIB, «$207: BR Bagge SF $ (© 2010 Pearson Edson, ac, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This mati protected under al opyiht ov shay curzendly sais No porto of is mate maybe oproduced, ny foma or by ay muss Wout persion Is Nin Bos to publsber 6106, "The wood beam has a rectangular cross section in soon the proportion shown. If ‘etemine the absolite ‘maximum bending stress inthe beam, ‘Tho FD of the beam is shown in Fig. ‘The shear and moment dagrams are shown in Fig b and c. respectively As indicated on the momeat dagrom, Mr = 3450 bf “Tho moment ofinerti ofthe cross 2.5 (19) = 2100375 int 397 1S Beafontingn: 4O0RR Path, B/RELIE © 9207 DR Page: 8 $ ‘© 210 Pearson Edun Lae, Upper Sate River, NE Al sgh eserved This mati protected unr al copyright lane hey cualy ‘lst No portion of hs atta aay be vprduced, i Zoo by aay sans iout prasion a Wl ios he pubs. 6.107. Atwamis made of mater hat hata modula of chstny in compression diferent trem lh given fot = terion, Determine the lca cof the metal aid 304 Ans am HS Besfodting: 4O08R Paes, B/RALIE * 9:07 DR Rags: A0S ee (0 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This aul i yreteted und allcopvight laws shay cazeaty sais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foun or by ay nua Witut persion ls Nt os tho publsbe 6-112, ‘The resultant internal moment acting on the cross section ofthe aluminum strat as a magnitude of M=50Nem and is directed as shown, Determine ‘maximum beading sre inthe strut The location ofthe Controid C of the stru's cros-sectional area must be termined. Also,epesity the orieetation ofthe neue xis 1e~ fh104(002") + (0a4yo92yo.0s7368 — 001)? + 1000028) + o04a8)(0110 — o1057368)* = s7.604(10- i nt ’ 3 1, = fy@2,(048) — F(01s9(024") = 0366829(10-) Maximum Bending Sires: By ispection the maxiavum bending sress can occur a either point or B. Applying the exe formula for bial bending at pois A = ce cant), 023 2 ‘57.6014(10-°) tase = 12960416 040) ie see isto) a ul ‘S7.6014(10"*)~(0:366827(10-7) asm c9 natin Net Ase “Youn | — Fromm | som +20 | Internat Moment Components: 22 39) = —490Nom Ses) = 208m ui M,= Besa = -s890N0m My = S62) = 200N Section Properties: . _ SFA _ nowy(o02) + 210110)02290000) 7A TA) + 218002) = 0057368 = 57 en Am. Pe 403 Ae Resfontings: {0G Pat," R/RALIE * 9:07 TR Page. AA $ ‘©2010 Pearson Edueaion, Lae, Upper Sale River, NE Allsghsesrved This mati protected unr al copyright lanes hey cay ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprduced, i foo y aay anaas iout prasion la Wl ios the pubsbr. 6-113, Consider the general ease of « prismatic bea ’ subjecied to beading moment companents M, and Mo, as shown. when the s 2 axes pos through the centri Of the cross section, Ifthe materia Tinea, the Dorma stress in the beam i linear fanetion of pasion sich that o'— a+ by +e. Using the equiiiam con sitions 0 fyrdA, M,~ [yzoda, Me=J,—yo-dA, elcmine tc constans by and cand show that the mal sires can be determined fom the equation (Maly + Mylo) + (Myf + Maly) €V Usd by2 there the moments anid prods of instia ae Uefined in “Appenalx A Equilibrium Condition: = fovea Jlerwrreaea vnafsavofranref cea m sfpevte = [serves [stare rua ref ea a as byter de> [oso = [ety beara 1 ‘Section Properties: The inegrats are defined in Appendix A. Note that [ras [cas 01m From Ba. [1] an=0 From £4 (2 y+ ely Fong) M,= -bl,~ ele Solving for, he = 0(Since A + 0) Myo Mee Tyla Te (teets) Thus, oe = Moly + Mylye) | (My + Mel Sa) (AR) (ep) Tl te Th ie 404 RE Beafontinga: 4O08R Paes, RIDES § 9:07 DR Rags: AOR, $ (02010 Pessoa Edun, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al phe oserved Tisai i yretected und allcopvight laws shay cazeady sais No porto of hs mate aay to oprodued, i ay foun oy ay nua witout persion Is Nt os topublsber G14, ‘The cantilevered beam is made rom the Z-section sn faving the cearaccon abown I pyar th wo tena dccrmine the beng stra te wall nthe 4 6 ‘at point A Ue beef Prk 113 == (aus = S03) + 50S) = 4001-1 = 48a om, Pe : 1 2 e 1y= E2025) +E e2say' + @2sjayt.s2s?] = 1ecs19it Mit = 025 in 1 fil lesa » ese] aT 1.=4caasyaasy + a eyoa5? + .asjayusy] = 297s is Tye ~ 21.5(.1253(2)(0.25)} ~ 1.6875 int id Using te cquton developed in Prob 6112. Maly + My !n) My Le + Mb 0 Cora Cra {10 + dsn,a0yL075)(4.005) + (4s0,002009) + 010125) aa 11-60310(2570378) — (1.6875)7] sus Ant 115. Thecalievered beamis madeltom he section a baaving the crostsection showa, If it supports the two foadings determine the bending stress atthe wal in the ‘beam at point B. Use the result of Prob 113. (= 0 +98) = aos = A : ; 1 t= esse +f eane) + waves) = sani BAW posi 2a heey fhe saves] amen LT Jpg = 21510125)2)025)] = L687Sink Ane M.T, + MyT yes My Te + Malye 0 Creme) Cran) 80)(107)(2.976378) + 0)(0.125) 6875) 405 it Rjoninnn, 4O0R0 Paet2, KIRA SIS * 9:07. BR “Rags. AG $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. AU sas osorved Ts mate protested unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprdacd, i foo by any suns witout prion a Wl os he pubs. *6-1NG "The canlevered witellange steel beam is 200mm subjected to the concentrated free Pat is end. Determine LES the largest magnitude of his force so tha the bending sre a ae developed at A does not exceed dyn = 80 MP, {vernal Moment Componenos Using method of sti SM,= 0M, + Pos 30%) My =O; My + Psin30°Q2) ~0 Section Properties: 1 te~ Keoa(arr) — fo19)(ars*) ~ 2s4sss 0-9 ont 1 ; . at 1,=2fcoon(o2)] +S orsyo0r) = 1334859 00-9 2 in Allowable Bending Sires Ty inspection, mom bending sires dea points ' ‘Aad Anping te evar forms fr baal ending a pit 4 re, My Mt A Gam =P 1 (uraPyo0es) | —Lonet-04) av} ren(tof) = —CLTRPNOS) , —L.007(-02) s TRESRIO) * BSSIO) a P= uns ¥ = 1424 cs Ne ro 6-107, The cantilovered wideNange steel beam is sulted tothe concentrated force of P = 600 Nat it end Detenmine the matimum bending ress developed in the beam at section A, Internal Moment Components: Using method of sections EM,= 0M, 600205302) ~ 0M, = -103023N-m EM, = 0M, + e0sin30@)= 0, My = ~4OON-m Section Properties t= Koa{asr) - 5 (o19)(a1s") = 2x44585(10-% mt Feersfoor) = ssasse00-9 ot Le {Eeon(o2)] Maximum Bending Sires: By inspection, roaximmun bonding stress occurs at A and 2B, Applying the flexure formula for biaxial bering at point A é 1039200085) | DN58R(LIT") " TASSHR(IO-) = 760.MPa(T) (tax) Ans 406 ie af odtingn: 4A0RN Patt, RIPE LIB ©9207: DR “Rags. 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If the beams subjected to the intemal moment of ‘M = 1200, KN-m, determine the maximum bending stress acting on the bear: and the orientation of the neutal xis niernal Moment Components The y component of As postive sinoe its directed towsizds the positive sense ofthe aki Whereas the z component of M, which i rected towards the negative sense ofthe 2 axis negative ig «Tos, -M, = 1200 sia 30° = 600 EN-m Mz =1200 cos 3 1039.25 N+ ‘Section Properties The Inciton ofthe ceatoid ofthe crose-section is given by TA _ 03(0.6)(03) ~ 0375(015)(015) 0.603) = 015/015) 0.2893 ‘The moments of nets ofthe cross section about the principal centzidaly and = aaa ; + 1, = F008 (02°) - 015 (as) = 1a07e(107 h wruida 1, = 4 03)(a6) + 0.310603 — 02893 ‘| z = [Frais 18°) + 0.15(015)0.395 ~ 0.2863)? 30" = 52132(10°9) aia yelp ta Tri angen be 8 AoB. @ i oot te 03923(10)}02899) — ga(soe)osy ao) 13073(107) a Me ~ 126 MPa) =103823(10)](-03107) gf s0)-0 i. Saigo) «1a0Ta(10=) = ~131 MPa = 131 MPa (C)(Max) Am v pa=ob5? a 45 an / (b) 407 Ee Bafoninen) 4O0RG Pawt2, BIRR SIS ° 9:07. DR “Rags AE $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. AU sas osorved Ths mati protested unr al copy ans os they cunts ‘als No portion of is atta ay bo vprdaced, in ag foo by aay suas without prion also the pubs. G-119, If the beam is made from a material having fan allowable tensile and. compresive stress of (atm, = 125 MPa and (anode = 150M, respectively, ermine the maximnum allowable internal moment M tha ean be applied to the bea, Inernal Moment Companenss: The y component of M is postive snc itis directed towards the poste sense of the y axis whereas the z component of M, which ‘Section Properties: The Ioestion of ths centroid of the sross seston is yA _0.3(06\03) ~ 0.75(015)(045) ‘A 640.3 = 04500 i ew slee aiceada rape et 4 s07s(107) (oH (03) - 5 e1s\(oas) 1 asad 5 F02) (a6) + 0300003 — 028937 — [4 or5(o1s) + a1seasyasrs — 0297] = 52122(107)m ending Stes: By inspection, the maximum bending sees can oscor at either cornceA or B For conse A hich a tain, Mera, My2a i} 14> am = 4 @ sec0n02883) 05M) sa1sa(u0rs)—* 107K 12s(to) ~ ies tnt As Pe 7H For comer which sin compression, a= (Came —as(ur) = E0SSONNLC SION, asM—O18) sami)” ana AM = 137650712 N-m = 1377 KN-m 408 1 afotinnn 40 Peet. R/RASIB * 9:07. 2B. “Baas: AE $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, ac, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs strved This mati protected under al sopytiht ov shay czy sais No portion of this mates maybe oproduced, a ny Zoro by ay muss Wout persion swt om to publsber +6120, The shaft is supported on two journal bearings at A and B which offer no resistance to axial loading Determine the required diameter d of the shaft if the allowable. beading stress for the material is Coy = 150 MP “The FRD of the shaft is shown in Fig a ‘The shalt is subjected to «wo bending moment components M, and M, Figs. bande, respectively Since all the axes through the centroid of the circular cross-section of the shaft are trincipal axes, thea the resultant moment M = VM," + ME caa be wed for Csi Te asin nant ose at (x = Im) The Mae = VISFETS ~ 29049'-m Then 2asna/a swan = 2040640) mI) = aoe 4000901 an As" 450N @ Bp250N 50K 409 it Rajoninen: {NRO Paet2, BIRR LIB 9:07. BR Rags. 430 $ 2010 Poason Education. tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs osrved This mater protected undo al copyright ans s they cused ‘sls No portion of hs atta aay be vpredaced, i gf ory aay sans witout prasion a Wl ios the pubs. 6-121, The Aommdiameter shaft is subjcted to the vertical and horizontal loadings of two pulleys as shown. It ‘ssupported on two journal bearings at A and B which offer ro resistance to anal loading. Furthermore the coupling (0 ‘he motor at C ean be assumed not 10 fer aay support {othe shaft, Determine the maximum ending Sess ‘develope inthe shat ‘Support Reactions: As shown.oo FBD. Internal Moment Components: The satis subjected to 160 bending moment components I, sad MThe moment diageam for each component dean Maximum: Bending Ste Since al the axcs through the circk's center for circular shalt ace principal axis then the resaltant moment M = VAf,7 + Mca be wed to determine the maximum bending tess The maximum resultant moment occurs AE Myge = VAP + 150" = 4272 N-m. Applying the exure formula — Mame Cnn ~ M8 fa sz720015) myo 410 1 Be fdtinnes OQ Paws BIRR LIE ° 9:07 DR Pagps: 431, $ (2 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sdghis served This atu i yretected unde all copyight laws shay cates ‘als No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ay foun or by ay nua witout persion Is Nt Bo to publsber 6122, Using the techniques outlined in Appendix A, Example AS or A.6.the Z section has principal moments of Inertia of Z, = 0050(10-*) mt and 7, = OA7I(IO™) computed about the principal axes of inertia y and = respectively. If the section is subjected to an intemal ‘moment of M = 250 Nm diested horizontally s¢ shown, elermine the stress produood al point A. Solve the problem using Bg. 6-17. My = 250 con 229! = 2009N-m Mz ~ 250sin 329° ~ 1358 N-m 1015 cos 329° + 0.175 sin 329 Y 210m = (0175 eos 329° — 0.15sin 329°) ~ 006846 m My | Myt _ ~1888002210) | 2009(-0.06846) TOTO) 6a 10-9 kPa = 208 kPa (C) Ans. 6-123, Solve Prob 6-122 wing the equation developed ia Prob 6-113 Interval Moment Components: (M, = 250N-m M, Section Properties: Fw09)(045") + o0s:015/(0 *)] 0200s) +2 L a 300 em 8mm = 018125(10°) at 1 y+] = Feoasjox) + (a13(0.08) + 05(0.05\(. ns)] = 01350(107%) m* Iyg = H115(005(0125)(-0.) + 015(005)¢-0.125401) ~o.ss(1 Bending Sires: Using tormula develope in Prob. 6.113 MeL t My Lydy + (My Let Mele Thay fs 0.18125(10-3(0.350)(10"9) — [0.1875(10-°)F = -2m kPa ~ anePa() as “a AS Beafotiinen: 4O0RR Pat? G/RALIE ” 9:07 DR Rags. 432, $ \© 2010 Pearson Edun, Lac, Upper Sale River. NK. AU sas esorved Ths mati protested unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of is atta ay be nvprduced, i Zoo by any ssa witout prison a Wl ios he pubs. 6-124. Using the techniques eullied a Appendix A, Example AS or A6,the Zsection has prineipalmmoments of Inertia of f= 0060(10-)m* apd 1, = OATI(IO™") computed about the principal axes of inertia y and respectively. If the soction is subjected to an internal ‘lomont of M = 250 N-m diected horizontally as shown, olemine the stress produced at point Solve the problem using Eg.6-17 Internal Moment Components: My = 250008320" = 2009N-m Mz = 250sin 329° = 1358N-m ‘Seetion Property: 1S c08 329" + 0.175 in 325" ¥ = O1Ssin 220° — 0.178 c0s 329° ‘Bending Sires: Applying the flexure formu fo biaxial ending 7 __ 200 91-0.05546) 04710") 006007) = 203EPa ~ 203Pa (1) Ans. 42 Et Safcniinnn: SANE Patt, RAMBLE «3297: DR Rages. 49% $ (© 2010 Pearson Edson, nc, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sighs strved This tail protected under al soph ov shay czas sais No porto of tis mate aay te oproduced, a ny foma or by ay nua Wut persion Is Ni os to publisher 6-125, Determine the bending stress at point A of the beam, and the orientation of the neutral axis Using the method in Appendix A the principal moments of inertia of the cross section sre [,~ SS2Sin and fy = 2295in%, where £” and 9’ ae the principal axes. Solve the problem 4 ving Eg. 6-1 Internal Moment Components: Refering to Fig. they’ and z' components of M fare negative since they are directed towards the negative sense oftheir respective sxos Thus, Section Properties: Reteeing tothe goomty showain Fi, 4 = 2817 on 45° — LARS in 45° ~ 1.155 in 2.808 124) 291.155) 22s (b) 413 1 Safoninnn, {ANGE Paet2: BIRR SIB 2207. PR. “Page: 438 $ ‘©2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadat srosorved Ts muti protested unr al copy ans os they cusaly ‘als No portion of hs atta may be nvprdaced, in ag fom or by ay anuns without pasion is Wali iow he publsber 6126 Determine the bending sires at point of the beam wing the esl oan is Pro 6-18 The moments finer ofthe eros sceonal arc about the za y axes wwe I 561i andthe product of teri of the cross vecional af with respect tothe gan y axe is 1h. ~ ~3267 int (See Appenn A) Internal Moment Components Since Mis directed towards the negative save ofthe vai it yeomponent is negative andit has no z component. Thus, My = —3kip-te ending Stone a (Maly + Mylye)ya + (Myle + Malye)en oT ile foissary + -3)1ay-a26n](-1sa + [-342yss6) + a-azen|esi7) 35615360) — (3257 = 2097 si LOE (b) a4 i Besfodiinen 4O08R Patt, KIRA LIE ©9207 DR" Ragps: 435 $ (©2010 Pessoa Edun, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This aul i preteted und allcopvight laws shay czas ‘ais No prt of hs mate aay te oproduced, i ay fomn or by ay nua Witut persion Is Nit os to publsber 6-127, The composite bean is made of 6061-76 akan {(A) snd €83400 red brass (8), Determine the dimension fof thotrtips tnt be neural ous fe sem eed ats same be o metas Wat nomen ae team sport tess being Seas fore “Ione ttoninam (oe) 128MPa ea fo thes : (Cate): = 35 MPAP “| [soma Section Praperties (0.025(0.0233)(0.05) + (0.05 + 0.58). (O.1023(005) + (OS) b= 091120m = 413mm Am. Iya =F 0a0039)(008!) + a1ors5(.05h005 ~ ans? + 3{0.15,(008130") + 015(0.01130,0.070649 ~ 01057 ) Altowable Bending Stes: Applying the flexure formula = 7.7851(10"9) at Assume fire of red brass Me (abe = Foe ss(t#) = Money T7ss1(10 M = 6595 Nem = 6.60 LN +m (controls) Ams Assume file of uluminium ae (ome a fe vue) ~ osc OO] 7.785100"). M = 29213 N-m = 292kN-m a5 Oe afohtings: 4O0R0 Paet®, BIRR SIE ° 9:07 DR Rags. 416 $ 2010 Poason Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NJ. Al ahs oserve This mate protected undo al copyright ans they cused ‘ais No portion of is atta aay be nvprducd, i ag foo by aay asaas witout prion a Wis ios the pubsbr. eens Section Properties: For transformed section. ort : ai - "Bye TOLOUIO) ‘ie Lear Seamapiysnaes a sa = A nsco.10233)(04s) + (007)(015)004) ‘9.410233(005) + 0:15(0.04) 0.049280 Ina = (010023)(005) + 020238(005)(0099299 — o425)° + Ge1s)(00e) + o1s;o0s(o07 — oss) 7459310") Allowable Bening Sires: Appi he ers foes Assume fice of rod brass Me (ate = Fae M(@.09 0040280) 745799(10-9) M = 6412 Nom = 641 Nem (compos) Ans. Assume faire of aluminium sano a) - ose (M = 28301 Nem = 244 Nom 46 HRS eafontinnay: 4O08R Patt, R/RALIE ©9207 DR“ Ragps. 437° $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sdghs served This maui i yretated unde alcopvight laws shay carats ‘als No porto of ths mate aay to oproduced, i ty foun or by ay nua Witut persion Is Nt fos to publsber pes fs made from 2OL4TS aluminum alloy and seement B i A.36 stool. If Conn = 09 kip/ft, determiae the absolute maximum bending siress develope in the alum um and ate Skea the eee Stes dtibion on the ross ection, a «BD = a | fam bee Maxinum Moment Forth spy supported beam subject to the ior wo? | 08) be “isietted load the axiom moment in the bese Mg, = 1G oe = 253125Kip- Section Properties: The cross section will be transformed into that of tel ss 3in. shown in ipa. Here = £4 = 298 — a, in Fie Hern os N “Then, ~ ng ~ 036853) = 1096S. Ths lction of the centroid ofthe 4 | | Al ain. = 2200 eat “The moment oferta ofthe transformed section about the newt 15(3)3) + 4.5(8)(4.0965) 3G) + 50.0065) = FeO) + 3G (23000 - 15 + .65)(3") + Los6s@ayas ~ 23030)* = 308001 int Maximum Bending Sires: For the tel Moostn _ 253125(02¥2.020) rane = 26m re oe abe Artem, say _PSSUSUDOON_ Soha = Mest = BSNS ase For he aluminiven, (onde Manta 25.325(12)(6 ~ 2.3150) 020 ‘Authe seam, vd “The bonding stress across the eros action ofthe composite hesm s shown in Fg segiocm) [aor 250s 47 WE afodiingn: {ENGR Patt R/RALIE ©9207 DR “Rags. 416 $ 2010 Pouson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al dah osrved This mater protected undo al opyriht ans they cused ‘sls No portion of hs atta ay be nvprdacd, in Zoo by any anuns without pasion is Wali iow he publsber 6-130, Scament A of the composite beam is made from 2OL4T6 aluminum alloy and segment B is 36 steel. IE don the allowable bending stess forthe aluminum and steel strated load. Ist (Cay) = 15 1 a (ony = 2, determine eee the maviium allowable intensity w of the uniform [am si Maximum Moment: For the simply-supported beam subjected te the unifoom seiod bd eau nooen tbls we Ms) Moe = =e 281250, Section Proper: The eros section wil be transformed into that of ste as Fa — 108 _ goss, yD ‘Then = mby = 0:3655(3) = 1.0065 in. The location ofthe ce transformed section = shown in Fig. Heres y= EA GLI) “The moment of inertia ofthe transformed section about che neutral axis 7 1 ey pat ’ 137+ Ab Leys) + 39)23030 — 157 + 2.0865)" + Las) + Lowes@ias = 220077 09991 wt ending Stress Assuming faire of steel, Maas (Catena = Ww = 08S kipyft (conto) Ans. Assuming fire of aumiium alloy Mans 6 ad (28.1250) (12)(6 ~ 2.3030) 0368 — (aes La2kip/tt Dee 3in. Al 3in. BVA _ 15008) + 456)(1.0%5) ‘3m fi @ 18 1 tf odtinnn: 4O0RN Paes, RIRALIE ° 9:07 DR “Rags: 438 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sgh served This mate protected unr all copvaht laws os thay cazeatly ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay He oproduced, ny foun or by aay ass Wout persion ls Nts ws to pulser. 6-131, The Dough fi beam ic sntorced with A36 ; Stops atts ceater and sides Deternine the maximum Sites developed ia the wood and sel i the beam ise old ces is sjeted to 4 bering moment of Mz ~ 70 Kip: Six Sin Sin Seeth the stress dhanbuton aca over he cos section, 4h AiR AF bata bom] Section Properties Forte transformed section Ex _ 19000) E,~ Boao) ~ OST ag = ne = O06ESII8) = 02207 in, Iya ~ Fells + 0280076!) ~ 1.7172 nt Maximum Bending Stress: Applying the flexure formula ‘Me _ 75(12)(3) (aay = ME = OD = e511 Ans. 7511293) (aude .065517| SEO) — .ss8 i Ans. Copan 19 OS Resi pktinen: 4006 Pat? B/RALIE © 9:07 DR Rags. 420, $ \© 2010 Pearson Eduaion, Lac, Upper Sale River. I. AU sas osorved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans s they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be nvprduced, i Zoo by aay spans iout prison a Wis isthe pubs. 96132. ‘The top plate fs made of2014-T6 akuninum ands sod to reinforce» Kevlsr 4 piste sm, Determine te ‘maximum stress ta the aluminum and in the Kevlar if the “A Den isuced toa snoment of Af = 90 The B Kise A ni wn ™ in Sesion Properties et Ey _ 10810) ssny =. Ex 19.0) josin ee 03579(12) = 00817, aa 0.250.305) + 2103.25)5 59(05)] + 5.25(66047¥0. + 2S3)(05) + GORETIO) 250i tna ~ ORAS") + 15103)@23247 — 025° Alo(s3") + 165825 - 25247) + Geomn(05!) + 6eoma5V(525 — 2.5247" = ss.ai70 Maesimune Bending Stress: Applying the flexure formala sn0(12y6 = ‘4170 sings = 459 ps ‘Ans. 20 1 Beafodtingn: 4O080 Patt, BIRR IE «9:07 DR Bagys. AL: $ (©2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. AM sghis served This mata protected unr all copvaht law os thay curently sais No porto of hs mate aay to roproduced, yy foun oy ay muss wut persion ls Nlti ow topublsbe 6-138, The top plate made of 2014-76 alurinuan is used {o reinfors: a Kevlar 49 plastic beam. Ifthe allowable tending stress forthe aluminum is (yin ~ 40 ksh and forthe Kevlar (Gatch ~ 8 ksi detemizie the maximum, ‘moment M that cat Be applied to the beam. Section Properi Ea _ (iw) Ey ~ 19.0010) osm res = OSS7HO(12) e040 in 0.25413)08) + 21¢825)8:}(05)] + 575460047005) THOS) + 26.5)05) + 64705) 2.5247 Ina = HUH|0s!) + 1805925247 ~ 0257 1 ass’) + 2st + Lass!) + 16.9625 -2.887) oon(os") + eossri05ysz75 - 252477 = s54070 int -Masimum Bending Siress Appling the Mesure formula Assume fllure of alumni = osms[ e280 Ase ie Ker Me ; sab 2000 a1 Et Safodinnn) 4O0RR Path, B/RA LIB ° 9:07. DR “Rags. ASS $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. J. AU sas oserved Ths mati protected unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of ib atta ay be vprdaced, i gf ory aay suas without prion a Wis ios he pubs. GAM, ‘The member has a brass core bonded to a steel casing Ita couple moment of 8 KN-mn is applied at its ead, delermine the maximum beading stress in the member. E,,= 100 GPa, E, = 200 GPa, 1 as a (015,017 — Oyo)? = 27 8466110- [Maxima stress in ste na ua wm inne ua Mey _ 05(8)(10(005) 0 wen hy (Cu) = 1SMPa (Cae = TE = “on 4567 10-9) 6-135. ‘The stool channal is usd to reinforce the wood hoa Determine the maxienum sires in the steel and in the wood if the beam is, subjeted to 2 moment of M = 850 =f, Ey ~ 25109 ksi, By ~ 1600 ks. (05)16V025) + 265)05)225) + (05270(35)225) _ 544 OSU) + BESHOS) + (ROES) = £00) + cexesrosee +3()onns9) +205090016) ysseosen* 20014104 nd fle + Hames) + omoagame “Maximum stress in tet 7% Me _ B50(12)(4 11386) _ 15 oat = 1.40 Ei Ans. eT 2094 [Maximum stress in wood! ( = Heda anssi7q.39s 0 psi Ans. 22 OS Sefotinnn 4O0RR Part, G/RASIE «9307 DR Rags 423 $ (© 2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sgh osorved Thi mates protected under all copvaht law shay cueatly ‘ast No porto of his mates aay te roproduced, i ny Zoun oy ay nua wut persion le Nt os to publsbe *6-136, A white spruce beams relaforced with A-26 tect straps at is top and bottom as shows. Determine the ending moment MHL can support ytonde = 22S and (Cate de = 204 For the translonmed section, E, _ Laney FE. D010) 0.048276 (0088276(3) = 0.144830, is028 nt 1 g(s)-Le- . boa = FOlS) ~ HO — 0148892) Allowable Bending Sires Applying te Nexue formula Assume fi jure of sted M = 18LOkip=in 117 kip-tt(Conats) Am. Assume failure of wood, ee (senby = 0 MQ) Taos S19 kip-in = 27.7 kip 20- ann M 43 OS Rishpkiinnn: 4O0RR Pawt®, BURA LIE © 9:07 DR Page 2A $ \© 2010 Pearson Edun, Lae, Upper Sale River. NJ. AU sas esorved Ths mates protested unr al cope ans they cutouts ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprdaced, i Zoo by aay ssaas wiout prasion a Wiss he pubs. 6-137. I the beam is subjected to internal moment of M=45kNm, determine the maximum bending strss ‘developed inthe A:36 steel section A andl the 2014-76 aluminum ally section B. Section Properties: The crs section wl be transformed ito that of steel as shown in Fig. Ea _ Tsd(a) Hore, n = 5 03655, Tas. By 3655(0015) = 1008485, Tae Ex 20") Iocation ofthe teansformes section i Pr) TAG ORNSHE) + w(005) 1188 m “The moment oferta ofthe transformed section about the neuteal axis 1 = SF + ad ~ 3 caonsssas)(04) + 004895(015}0.1882 — 007s) + $r(o.0st) + x(00s?)02 — 0.1882)? = 1808(10-") mt Maximum Bending Stes: For the steel Meg _ $5(10°)0.06185) (oma = Mee Sab im wiasamu, Mey -45( 10") (01882) omtan ott a de 4 it Esfokinen: 4O0ER Paet®, B/RALIE ° 9:07 DR Page. ASE: ee (© 2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This aul i yretected und all copyight laws shay cazeaty ‘ais No porto of hs mate maybe opioduced, a ay foua or by ay uss wut persion Is Nin os to publsber GAB, ‘Tae concrete beams reinforced with three 20m diameter see! rods. Assume that the concrete cannot support tensile sires If the allowable compressive stress {or concrete IS (Caiman = 125MPa and the allowable tonsile sttass for steel © (@jyq)e = 220 MPa, determine ‘he requied dimeasion dso that hot the coacrste and tee achieve their allowable sree simultaneously. This condition is said 10 bo balaneod’. Also, compute the correspond ‘maxinumllowable internal moment M that canbe app to the beam. The maul of elasticity for concrete ae steel te Eg = 25 GPa and Ey, = 200 GPa, respectively ros scion will he transformsdint that af coaerste a shown ending topo n= = 22— cota thet a con ad el achieve their allowable sresssimaltancousl. Thus, rman = Mie; sy) = Me doz ras(ioy( 4) w ant = fez] a= 215(0"} ® gusting Eas 1) an s2sur(L) asia ken = 0318543) o Section Propetin: Te area of the steel bars is Ay [E(002)] 3(10-}e m?, “Thus the transformed area of concrete from stelis (Aza), = 9, = 8{0:3(10}s] = 24(10~ rm? Bquating the fist moment ofthe area of concrete above and below the neal ani about te neta in, .2(ComeM Conn! 2) = 24(107* Jor (4 — oon) hea? = 24(10°) rd — 24(107} an fun! = Od ~ 1.0240 “ Solving Eas.@) and (4, = 05308m = 581 mm Am. 1659. ‘Thus, the moment of inertia ofthe transformed section ie (02)( 01659") + 2.4(10-*) (08308 — 0.165092 Bs HE fondingn’ {RE Peet," BIRR LIB 9:07 SR Boggs. M36 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sale River. NJ. AU sais oserved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of is atta maybe vprduced, i gf oy aay sans witout prion a Wl ios the pubs. 6-138 Continsed = 1.3084(107) a Substituting this rest into a.) wen sor] Sater) or 98 50498 Nom = S8/OKN=m, Ans. 6-138, Th beams made tom tne types of plas that me spe treed sade tx mode cnet stor the eure Determine th aim toning stein he PV reiic ti bro Ee (oo hice bb ik Siete bet Lin, 4 YON) + HOA) + 4580) ag Ms HOF 06) + TSC 2 ‘ead (3)Q?) + 3QMO.934) + 5 (0.612") + 0:6(2)(1.0554") * + Anes) + Larne) = mais! tite i 50) 150(1213.0658) (onder (os) "Sa ii be = 153 ksi Ans sn yemlt Haast fon 2 Be et Refodinnn: SOOKE Pat, B/RALIE ©9207 DR “Rags. 427 $ (©2010 Pessoa Euan, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sdghis served This atu i yretected und all copyight laws shay cazeaty ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay te opsoduced, a fora by ay uss Wout persion ls Nitin Bos to publsber *6-440, The low strength conerote oor slabs integrated with a wide-lnge A-36 ste! beam using shear studs (not shown) to form the composite beam. If the allowable bending stress forthe Concrete i (Clow = 10 MPa and lowablo bending stress for stcl I (yjoa)g = 165 MPa, ‘etocmine the manna allowable aera akmeat M that cin be applied to the Boum, Seale Proper Te beam 0 tow anormal ito [am M6. To that of stool. Hore, __1.0075(0.015)002) + 02(037)0015) + 0.3625(0015)402) + 045(0.1)(0.105) (QDISHO) + O3T(OAIS) + N.0540.2) + 0.101108) = 03222 ‘The moment of inertia ofthe transformed section about the neutral axis x T= ST4 ae ~ (o2yaors) + 0.2(0.015)(0.3222 — 0.0075)? + 7p10015)(037) + ov1s(o3r\o3222 - 027 F02}(a01s') + 020015)(0.305 ~ 0.3222) + Hyo.1105,(01") + antas(o.yo4s ~ 03222) = 64799(10-*) st Bending tress Asuming fire ote, nam) wrax0) Men (aroade = Mt res(ac M-=33177052N-m = 32EN-m Assuming failure of concrete, Mes ‘Mos — 0322 (agnioe~ 522; 3010) ~ vo ess [M = 329810.77 Nem = 380EN-m (contro) Ams, 7 RE afd noe {ANGE Paes," KIRA * 9:07 TR Pogps. 12% =e: 2010 Pouson Education. Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs served This mates prtsted unde al copyright ans: they cue ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprdaced, i foo by any sans witout prison a Wl os the pubs. 6-141. The esinforced concrete beam is used to support the loading shown. Determine the absohte maximum ‘onmal stress in each ofthe A-36 tee reiforcing rods and the absolute maximum compressive stess in the concrete. Assume the concrete has 2 high stzength in compression nd yet nope it strength in supporting tension, Myx ~ (LOKIp|E MH) ~ 40 kip Ay = Mayas) = 23862 Ey 29.0005) ks Eg = 420(00') 200410") 2000) A= nAy (23862) = 16.2600? ra, -wty() = comes 2 + aosraan ~ 52574 Solving fr the positive root: ot We = 557% Kip Kip = ey 4 cyssi xesiyssizy] + ons —sa19 (Corn T 1358.781 ne: 1 a= ft) = (2M (ERI) HE afondinsa 4O0GR Paes BIRR LIE ©9207 DR “Baggs. ASS $ ‘©2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. AU sphis served This masa protected unr all copvaht law os thay cueatly ‘als No porto of hs mate aay to ropsoduced, i ay Zomn or by ay uss Wut persion ls Nt os to publisher 6-142, ‘The reinforced concrete beam is made using two steel reinforcing rods If the allowable tensile stress {or the steel 6 (Gx)aie = 40 ksi and the allowable compressive stres for tho concrete 1 (tan) itn = 3 Kt, ‘determine the maximum moment M that esa be applied to the section, Asrume the concrete cannot support a tos strass Ey ~ 29(10) si, Eggs ~ AS(10) ba Ay = 205) = 157088 200°) " A = og = ETP (157) ~ 31.9877 5A 2a(ayn’ + 2) + WYO) /2) — LL.987T(L6 — 22 + goosTIW’ — 158082 = 0 Solving forte positive root 1- [Lena + mers + [Seoeuy + smsyeissy2r + 1L,9877(16 ~ 0.45731)? = 3835.69 in" Assume concrete ls My. (4593) (uahan =“; 3 = MEY Assume sto fs My 2000") )/ Mas ~ 01s731) tom —(%F) 0- (a) aa) M 160.7 kip-in. = 97 kip (contol) Ams. 29 06 Solutions 46060 Part2 6/26/10 1:17 PM Page 430 $ \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. (6-143, For tho curved beam in Fig. 64a, show that when the radius of curvature approathes infinity, the eurved-beam [Normal Stress Curved-beam formula MR-, 1 By By ArGA' ~ A) Using Ba. (2) aga ~ay=-a | (2 , sys) [Ete * »} "Ly =A] aa aly yaaa [Pan hes le =4 f (Ea ja- ates but, Jn ya aloo ‘Then, Arla! — A) > = Me rn a [bosoms a= Mara . Meas, Using Eg o = ha 7a" vat) Using Ba (3) +)-1fet] 0 Re a fpdlincey NR Path, RIRALIE 9218 DR Baggs. 421 $ (©2010 Pessoa Euan, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. AU sphis served Ti mata protected under all copvaht law shay cueatly ‘als No porto of hs mates aay te roprodud, i ny foun or by ay nua witout persion le Nt os to publsber 618, Continued “Therefor, ep) als, $6444 Tae member has an elliptical eros scion. Hit is subjected to a moment of Mf = 50 N-m, determine the stress al points A and B. Ts the stress a¢ point A’. which is located othe member acar the wal. the sameasthat at A? Explain. [4-e-vee anus) — OES (xs1s — Van OO ) — ons2095201 a Amr ab ~ (0075)(00875) = 2:8125(10°?)e A _ 28125(107% RT “Dassoror ~ Sse 7 = R= 01175 ~ o..e6ssenst nss30586 MR ra) ‘Sxp.ssseo4 — 1) 7)” TRO Ooo) — APEC Ams S0(0.166556281 0.25) Ya (0.25 (00084430586) 224A (C) Ams wis No, because of localized stress concentation a the wall, Aas. Br 1 Reafodinnn {ONG Path, G/RALIE $210 DR Bags. 423 $ 2010 Puuson Eduan, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs osrved This materi prtsted undo al opyriht ans: they cue ‘als No portion of hs atta nay be vprdacd, i foo by aay suas iat prison a Wl ios he pubs. 6-145. “The member has at elliptical ere section. If dhe allowable bending tess eae ~ 125 MPa determine the ‘maximum moment that canbe applied to the member OUTS: b= 00375 m0 A= (0075)0.0575) = 00028125 [4-e- Vea) - OO ans — VOR Os 00530403012 A _ vonnsi2se Dosaoos0r 166556041 m Le R= OATS ~ Oui66ssH04r = §.4830586(10-2) m MR- 9, anG—®) Assume tension fate (0166586841 — 0.1) 12S) = sa (8450585107) M=1404N-m_ (conteols) ‘Ans. Assume compression fire _M(0.16556941 — 0.25) Toons 2s (025). 50886) (107) M=294N-m 1250") = 2 1 Reafphtines: 400 Part®, G/RASIE 9:18 DR Baggs. 495 $ (©2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NI. A sghis served This mates protected unr all copvaht lan os thay cueatly ‘als No porto of hs mate aay be oproduced, iy foun os by ay naa witout permsin ls Net os to publsber 6146, Determine the greatest magne of the applied forces Pifthe allowable Bending stress (yale = 90 MPa ‘compression und (74), = 120 MPs in tension. JIntemal Moments M = O160P is postive since it tonds to ineraase the beam's ‘di of cuenta, Section Properties 2A az _ 0285(015)(001) + OARSUASKOOL) + 0415(0.075)1002) = GISODIY + HASH) + OOTETODIY = 03190.m A= 045(001) + 01001) + 0075(001) ~ 0037 A _ on 30263 m Te mms FR 319 — 0.306048 = 9012757 m Allowabte Nonna Sires: Apply the curved-beam formula Assume tension fture MUR (ot 016P(0206248 ~ 025) TRONS) 180489 N= 150.5 KN, 120(10! Assume compresion fie MR » =e 1.16P(0.205243 - 042) ‘anamrs(042yOna7S7) (aie = Fo —soi0*) P= SSISSN = S52.KN (Controls) Aas. 83 HAE Bafoniingn’ 4O0RR Patt, B/RALIE 9:18 DR Rags: 42k $ 2010 Poason Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs osrved This mater prteted undo al opyriht ans sty cused ‘sls No portion of hs atta ay be vprduced, i foo y aay sans witout prasion sls ios he pubs. G-UM7. WEP ~ GEN, dotermine the maximum tensile and tsa compresine Bening sss ts bem ol, aT ot 2 vt! 1mm ae ale a r= {Internal Moment: M = 0.16146) = 0.960 kN -mis positivesine it tends to increase = ths beams rats af carvatuce ‘Section Properties: ote 254 BA 0.255(015)(001) + 0338(015)(001) + 041510075001) s D1S(ODI) + ASOD + OUISODI) (001) + 0075(0.01) = 0.00875 m* » [aa 026 p51 yp 24t s oars ne? 2 [A= orsin + 001 nT + ons oes 12245 m =A = 20S = 308043 m Tha wos 7 — R= 0a19— 0300243 = 0012757 m Nommal Stress Applying the curved-beam formula __ 0 960(10"Y0.306243 ~ 025) ~ “DoIs7s 0 KUORIT, SiMPs Ans. _ Ma =) (Coad $= _ seci0.06288 — 0.) 0s78(0=20OTTT = S44 MPa Ans 4 1s fodiens: {ONE Paes, RIRALIE 9210: PR Rags. 9: $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This maui i yretecte und copyight laws shay carats sais No porto of hs mate aay be oproduced, a ny fora or by ay nua Wout persion Is Nin os to publsber M6148, The camed beam is subjected to 4 bending rioment of M = 990 Nan as shown. Determine the stress at point A and B,and show the sitess on volume element Incated at each of these points oun atte salem “mm oe Intemat Moment: M = ~900 Nm negative since it tends to decrease the team's rds curvature ‘Section Properties EA = G15(0015) + 0.10.02) = 000825 m? BFA = 0473(0133(0015) + 5640.1) (002) ~ 2.1885(10-2) 5 = SA _ 218875 (107) SRE = osis0m = 8348614(107) m owns ~ AS - astsos7.n Tseseracio — 507 7 — R~ 0515 ~ 0.509067 ~ 5.933479(10~) m [Norma Stress Applying the curvad-besca foreman _ MUR = 14) ___~Vo040.S00167 — 07) PA Arg RY DOS OSTISIASID\O™) 382 MPa(T) Ans. M(R— r=) __ 90010500057 — 0.4) Arg R) ~ OORS(0ASOSEITIV 9:73 MPa (¢) Am. 073 MP: Gieim GN. BS Oe foniingn: {ANKE Patt, BIRR SIE 9:40 DR Rags. 498 $ 2010 Poason Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs oserved This mater protected undo al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprdaced, gf or by any suas iu! prasion a Wis ios the pubs. 6-149, The curved beam i subjected to a bending ‘moment of M = 90D N-at-Determiae the sessat point C. 00a abot 15m 2mm 10m tim a {Internal Moment: 4 = 80 Nm isnenative since it endsto dectense the beams dis of curvature ‘Section Properties: EA = 0.15(0015) + 0.10002) ~ 0.00825 2? SFA ~ 01475(0.18}(0015) + 0.640.1)(002) = 2:18875(10-%) m BFA _21RSI0) 655g "3a 00s s.348614(10-) aa 055 4 gorsin®S + 0110 2 r 04 035 10508067 [Normal Stress: Applying the curved-beam foreman M(R~ re) ___~900(0500067 — 058) 26 Are R) ~ TOADSIOSSHSTATOVIO™ = 266 MPa (1) 6 HE Refontingn: IONE Patt, R/RALIE 9:40 DR Rags: 435. $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sdghis served This maui i preteted unde alcopvight laws shay cates ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay te oprodued, i ay Zoun or by ay nua Wout persion sNews tho publisher 6150. ‘The elbow of the pipe has an outer radius of (075 in, and an inner radius of (63 in I the assembly is subjected to the moments of M = 25 Ibvin, determiae the ‘matinum stress developed at section a4, [B-2206- VFS = 201.75 — VTE = OFF) — 2 (1.75 — VIFF 0m) = 032375800 in, A= H(075) — 2068) = 0.1656 8 0.1656 sas 1606902579 in, 75 ~ 1.606502679 ~ 11830973240, MUR = ra) __25(0-606802679 — 1) Arai RY W186 x OLED} 204 ps (1) Am. (oh = MR) _250060009=25) yc) ame (ude 2) (6-151. “Tho curved mombor i symmetric and is subjected asin to a moment of M — 60 lb-ft Determine the bendiag == stress inthe member at points A and B Show the stress cing on volume elements located at these points. 1 A= 05(2) +5 ()2) = 2iat ‘ “fase? 7098 83833 — 8.7003 103308 in. MR») ae) 600412487995 2B OORBIY .60012)(8.7993 — 10) 28 5(10 0.03355) m4 10s si (1) Ao. =127 ksi = 127 (O) Aas. Kemer Routes ‘87 it Rajotinnn {ANKE Pett, BIRR SIE 9:10. DR Rags. 428 $ 2010 Pouson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rvs NJ. Al ahs osrve This mater prteted unde al copyright ans os they cue ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vpredacd, in gf ory aay sans witout praision also the pubs. 6-182. The cured bar sed on a machine bas recangularcros section If te ba x subjected to a couple ssshowa, determine the maximum tensile and compressive Stress acting at section ama, Sketch the stress dstsbution fn the section a three dimensions. GEEMg = 0; -M — 250 cox 60" (0.075) — 250 sin 6 (035) = = 8818. gst gas2™8 [24 ott corn 22! —emamestn A= (0075005) = 3.75(10-%) a? A _ 37510") ~ [2 vores = 0197633863 m R= 02 — 0197633863 = 0002366137 M(R= 74) __A1.891(0.197692863 — 02375) ArAG = RY IGA H(O2TS}(OOODIHGIT, T9172 kPa To2kPa() Ans. M(R— ro) 41881 (4106385 — 041025) ~ SascierScaresyoomscersy MPA) Ams site 88 EE Bafotinnn 4O0R Parte R/RRLIE 9:10 DR, Rags. 420 $ 2010 Peasca Eductn, ue, Upper Sadie River, NE All sph esrved This mae prtacted unde ll sopyight avs os they caret ‘ast No porto of hs mate aay te roproduced, i ny foun or by ay nua Wtout perms ls Nt este publsber 6-15), The ceilingsupenced C-arm is used to support the Xray camera used in medical diagnoses Ifthe camera has a ass of 150 kg wth center of mass at G, determine ‘the maximum bering stress asection A 1.22(0.)(004) + 125(02)(002) (0.11008) + 0.2(003) aa 124 = [4 - ort + oat A= 010008) +0200 128m 08 m2 A ons Ro Tak Farms gory Nm = R= 1235 — 1.24749 - 0251189(10) Internal Moment: Te internal moment must be computed about the neutral axis as shovn on FBD, Mf = ~18{693 Nm is negative since it tends to decrease the beams rads of curvature, Maximum Normal Stress Appiying the curved-beam formula o,- MR= ra) Wa) —1816.93(1.234789 1.25) Tost 2(a2sT1NO) ~ 11 MPa (1) MAR ra) Are __ =18169301.234749 ~ 120) Tose 20y(0251288,10" = 262 MPa = 262.MPa(C} (Max) Ans. rooieanss 89 1 Realontings: {0G Path, B/RALIE 9210 DR Pegs: 440 $ 2010 Puason Educa, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al dah served This mater protected undo al opyriht ans they cue ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprduced, i Zoo by any sans ioutprasion a Wis ios he pubs. GAS “The circular spring clamp produces a compressive 10mm, force of Now the plies Determine the maximum heaving Tamm stress produced in the spring at A. The spring. has | 7 Fon 200% {Internal Moment: As sown on FED. M = 0.660 N-m ix positive since it tends to ‘etangular cross section a shown. increse the beams rio curva fa, Section Properties re 220 (0200 + 0210 995 00 ; L E- 2 — gore 22h 25(1072) [iho oso n82! osm) A= 0100) 200(10-) A____v200(10") TB Torso R= 0205 ~ 0204099145 = 008657(10~) m 204030345 | Maximum Normal Stress: Applying the curved-beam formu _MR=1) 0 arr RY ____8ss(0.2040s0843 — 021) ~ DRDOCIO HORT KOONEITIA = -LosaiPa = 1.95 MPa (©) _ MR =n) an ®) = 600.204959343 — 02) © aa000-9(02)(0.040657)(10-) = 201MPa(T) (Max) Ans. eotsonn a8 a 40 He Bafetlings: 40 Path R/RASIE 9218 DM Pagps: 441: $ (©2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sgh served This mata protected under all copvaht law os thay curently ‘ais No portion of hs mate aay te opsoduced, i ay foun or by ay uss Wut persion le Nt ow to publsber 6155, Determine the maximum compressive force the Spring clamp can exert on the plates if dhe allowable x boning srs forthe lamp is ee ~ 4 MPa 1 Section Properties Maat uie8? 200+ 020 6355 "a 4g 4a + bn o2t = bin — aang ~ 097Se4028(10-) m } A (00nya) ~ 0.200(10°) Avante) 2° [aa orsemascoy "Mm ~ R= 0205 ~ onsos0s4s ~ 0040s Internat Moment: Toe eternal moment must be computed about the aeutral axis at shown on FBD. Max, = 424959P is positive since i tends to inerese te bears rds of curvature Allowable Normal Stes: Applying the curved-beam formula Assuave compression Sukie _ MR =r) ee = Arse R) 0.4219897(0204059 — 0.21) 20010-7021 YOOHIESTH P= A189) (20) ‘Assume tension flare _MiR-n) 1.= Ce = hy 0.245590,(0.206959 100) ~ cog oR P=S00N (Conirals) Ams 4a ME Retjoninnn 4O0RG Path, BIRR SIE 9:40. DR Rags: 442 $ 2010 Puuson Education, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al dah served This mate prteted unde al opyriht ans: they cue ‘sls No portion of is atta ay be nvprducd, i ag foo by any sans without prasion a Wis ios he pubsbr. 6-186. While i fight the curve sib on the jt plane is subjected to an anticipated momeat of M = 16N-m atthe section. Determine the maximum bending stress in the 15 av ths section, and sketch 2 twowdimensional view of the sess dstbution om Siem I6N: OES sm 0685, ose «oan an [ear coon 22 msn tS «orm tt ‘Aaa ui = whe A A 040") itt as Traaye ~ Tesos2sqi07) ~ 647 MO) ses 06) (eben = Be ge— R) ~ VAIO (0.60/65 — O6LETIRS) . feguge MEDD MODS =0 a, ae ArAP= R)~ OAD \OHNOGIS — O6LATORS) — 6-157. ithe axtusofeach ao on tepateisy = 05 in. 165%, deiemmine the largest moment that can be applied. The A allowable honing sues for the material ign = 18 Ei = 1 ros ros 7 nono" From Fig 6-4: K-20 Me Come = KE = 2 AM] 1800) ~ 2601 2 OKIDSF M = 18028810-ia = 1508ip- Ans a 1 Reafotinnn: 40080 Parte 5/RR SIE 218. R, Page: 43 =e (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, nc, Upper Sade River, NE. All sgh ssrved This mai protected under al coptight nas hay creas ‘als No porto of hs mately to opsodued, i ay foun or by ay uss witout persion ls Nt os te publsbe 6158, The symmetric aotchod plate ie subjected to bending. Ifthe radius of each notch isr = 0 in. and the applied momentis M = 10 kip-ltdetermine the axioumn bending sess in the pate 2s Bs (1001236625) OO oes sin 6159, The boris subjected to moment of M = 40 N-m. Determize the smallest radar of the filets so that an allowable hending stress of yay = 124 MPa is not exceeded Allowable Bending Stress Me Cate = KE 00.01) ve) ~Lam| Kas “Sess Concentration Factor From te graph the text "a no with 2 = 9 = gand K = 145,then 2 = 025, Fos r= 500mm, Am. S610), The bar is subjected (© a moment of M= 173 Nem. I'r = 3 mm, determine the masimnim bending stress ia the materia ‘ress Concentration Factor From the graph the tex with 17501) | = S44 oma 20mm |—_t90. 443 AE Beafontinna: 4O0RN Patt," RIRALIE $240: DR Baggs. $64, $ 2010 Pouson Education, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al dah oserved This materia protected undo al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprducd, i foo by any suas witout prison a Wis ios the pubs. 6-161. “The simply sported notched bari subjected to r r {yo forces P. Determine the largest magnitude of Pthat ean theapplied without causing the material yekd The materia Saisucteahoohhurs set? = 018 té ats, [)) peeer 125 ~ fed [ane Fosyaasy Poin Am 6-12, Teo sapped hed ar sejcted . , the two loads each having a magnitude of P ~ 100 Ih Determine the maximum beading stess developed in the bar, and sketch the bending-stress distribution acting over the cross seston a the coner of the but. Each notch has & rads of 7 = 0.125 in 028 a 7 ons x From Fig 6-44, ~ 192 2100625) FOsMLaF Me amt eM] 4 it Rafodinnn, 40K Paet®, KIRA 9210: PR Rags: 448: $ (©2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sghs served Thi aul i yreteted unde allcopyight laws shay carey ‘als No porto of his mate aay te oproduced, a ay forn oy ay uss Wut persion ls Nt os to publsber 6168, Determine the length Lf the center portion of aN tn barso tha the maim bending sees A, Band C8 oum 2000 ‘hesame The bars hice of 1m, Tan rat * os ® ao OF From Fig 6,K ~ 15 Mae. f 084000 (Ao Zonya | 975M {erp)nax ~ (Aba = —T 175(0.2 + 0.03) Mg vTst0a) 234m sw,osrsaqe) = C2 + HOO) = OOOO Us L = 095m ~ 950100 Am. Pr stoee 4.161, The stepped tar has tiknes of 158m sna Determine the esiatin some ha ean be apple os ar vam rad of materal avngon allow being cat “eb ” ‘Stess Concentretion Factor: For thes cn win btn om he rap nee aoe 0 Forte per setin with! ote rom the panini et I,we have K = 1.75 Allowable Bending Stes: Forthesmillersetion oad) = ae F005 \a08) M 1.7N-m (Controls) Ans. For the larger section aos) sw -3f aoe M=29Nem 45 Et Ssfodiinnn) 4O0RE Peet, RIMS SIB 9:10: PR “Baas: 446 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. A sas esorved Ts muti protested unr al copy ans s thoy cuealy ‘als No portion of hs atta may be vprodacd, i gf or by aay suas without prision a Wl ios he pubs. 6-165, The bea is made ofan else plasticrmteral for hich oy ~ 250 MPs, Determine the residual stress inthe team sits top and boxtom ater the plastic moment M, i applied and then released, 1-4 2.029" —4 01029 - 27820004 aan C1~ Tr = ey(04(002) ~ 000229 My 30 (0215) + 0.Om2ay (01) = BOKEAS ey ~ 02000845(250)(10") ~ 211.25 kN-m uns $361 Mee * Myf _ 21L25010N0419) _ 355 5 pap x yt fo T 2 = a poms 1m Ans. 6-166, ‘The widelange member is made Irom un elastic Plastic material, Determine the shape factor. Pati analysis: n=G ae lA) or] =) + 0h = 207 a= ury vot, Ts M, Elastic analysis Shape factor: Mp _ [bh 1) +5(h~ 25%loy My BB ay ‘ah [ath — 1) + 0h — 29 2 Lan = @ = na 20 ‘Ans. 46 1 Salctinny: SONG Pere BAREIS, 9298: PB “Reape. 447: $ (© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. A sghis served Tis mates protected unr all copyaht law os thoy cauteatly sais No porto of tis mate may He opreduced, nny foray aay ous Wout persion a Nl ws tho pulser. 6-1GT. Determine the shape factor forthe cross section Masivum Elastic Moment: The eoovent of inectia abot neutral ais must be deteminod et 1 aa? + 4. aie) = Tua Lora? +L ea!) = 2aresret Appling the flere formula with = ey, weave Mye wy orl _ oy (2416764) My ae - 1stiteey Plastic Moment: Mp = oy(@)(a)2a) + oy (05a\30)(05a) = 275 Shape Factor Mp __215¢y My ~ Loitteoy an 6-168, “The beam is made of elastic perfectly plastic ‘terial. Determine the enaiorua elastic moment ad the plastic momeat that can be applied to the cross section. Take = 2in.and oy ~ 36 ks -Maxinom Elastic Moment Tie svomvent of inertia about neutral axis must be otermined first. x a . Iya ~ OMe) + le) ~ a8667int Applying the flesue formule wth o = ey wehave Mye oy = gw tel 608067 eo 8 = At kip-in ~ 387 kip tt Plate Moment: Mp = 360,0KA) + 361)6)1) = TMkIp-ia = 660 Kip“ am “7 EE Sheng, EE Peet BARB TIB, . $218 PB “Reape. 1AM, $ ‘©2010 Pearson Edueation Lae, Upper Sado River NI, All sgh esrved This mati protected unr all copyright ans os hey curently ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vproducd, i gf or by aay suas witout prision a lus os he pubes. 6-160, The box beaim i made of an clastic perfectly plastic material for whieh oy ~ 250 MPa, Determine the resi sires inthe top and bottom of the beam after the plastic moment Ms applied and then released Plosiie Moment: Mp = 20.0") (02) 402590175) + 20{ 40) (0075}005)(0075) 280060.8 N-m Modus of RuprureThe modulus of roptare a, can be determined using the flexure fortnula with the applisation of rovers, plastic fanment Mp ~ 2800625 Nan 1 1 : = 1= 52 (02) - 5 019018!) fe = 91.1458 (10-4) = + y= MEE _ 2002.50. 5 1 yoy 1 T~ o1uess10™) formar ‘Residaal Bending Stes: As shown 0a the diagram. og = thea = 0, OY 3 ~ 3174 ~ 250 = 674 MPa Ans TTR a 6.17. Determine the shape factor for the wide. ‘lange beam. 1 : . 3 1.~ (02,023) ~ 5 (ory 0ay ~ 2278533(10-) at a y= 7, = ay(02\0015) ~ oMNRey Gat: 401)(002) = 00022, M, ~ 000%)(0215) + 0.002ey(0.1) ~ 1000885 ay ay (sa. 7833)0 My ois Eb mer a iy TaUaTTORSSe iw 48 EE Slctinns: SANG Pres RARE LIB, $248 PR. Pape AB $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, nc, Upper Sale River, NE. Al sighs sterved This mati protected under opti ow shay czy ‘ais No porto of is mate maybe produced, foro by ay mugs witout persion Is wi Bom tho publsber G-ATL. Determine the shape fctor of the beams erose sexton, sh Referring to Fig. othe laaton of centroid of he cree.sction 75016) +2690) _ | Za aj +ey in “The moment of inert ofthe crost-estion bout the meatal a 4 (6!) + 1645.25 ~ 3° + (2) + o@V5 ~ 5257 Shin = u075int a] Refertng to the stress block shown in Fa, By fou-e r-e-c-0 A3)oy ~ (6~ A)i3)ay ~ Hoy 4 6i0 @) Since d ~ Gin, ¢, = 0.Fig.e Here M6poy = Woy (45) = Woy (AS) = Soy ‘Thus, 49 He Salctings: SAE Peer, RARE LIB, 9298 PR Reape. AE $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. AU sas osorved Ts mute protested unr al copy ans as thoy curently ‘sls No portion of hs atta maybe vprdaced, in ag foo by any sbuns without pasion a Wali ow he publsber 6-172. The beam is made of elasticpertectly plastic ‘material Determine the maximum elastic moment and the plastic moment that can be applied to the crass section, Take oy ~ 36 si Retering to Fig. the location of centroid ofthe cross-section is = 525i 37 _ 750061 +10) EA HOH) ‘The moment ofinertia ofthe cros-section about the neutral axis @N6) + 46NSAS ~3) + (6H) + 6)95 — 525)° a $ * wer tons: BOM Am [Note:The centroid of a trapezodial area was used in calulation of moment areas. (6-190, "The eam smade rom three boar mailed together 5 shown, If the moment acting on the eros sections 1M = 650 Nom, determine the rerltan foros the ending stress produces on the top board. Setion Properties: 5 _ Ss(o29(0.018) + 200775(0.125)(002)) TAGS) + 20125)(042) = 004s53m a= floan(oms) + a2 0015 ones — 0005? + p{009(0.128) + n04o.125;0.0775 — oo4ea3)? = 179500 (10°) og = ES Lede 179903700") Resultant Force: Fx = FOO815 + 16034)(104) (00154029) S83 N = 5.88KN Ans. 463 Et Sajonincn, 40060 Paet2, BMRB 9:18: PR Bags. Ak $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Salo River. A sais reserved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans os they cueadly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay bo vpredaced, i gf ory any suas witout prsion als ios the pubs. (G-1OL, "The beams made from thee boards sed together a shown, Determine the maximuen tensile and compressive ‘siesss inthe beam, ‘Section Properties: 0.0075(029)(0.018) + 2100775(0.128)(002)), “0.29(0.015) + 2(0125)(002) 0s4033m F029(0015") + 290015000833 ~ 0.00757 + Ho09(a.25") + coxo.zsyoorrs ~ o04933)° = 17.99087(10~) mt Beg St giv oar = AE a 64 i Bafodiinen 4O0RR Pett, B/RALIE 9210: PR Rags. 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AU sas osorved Ths mate protested unr al cope ans os they custaly ‘als No portion of ib atta ay be vprdaced, in ag foo y aay sans without prision a Wl ios he pubs. 6-104, Solve Prob, 6199 if the moment is applied about the yaxis instead of the axsas shown. 1140) Zoo 085 Fuosasyooais’ ~ Feaaisi2syo.07s) = 1.685616 10" alte of wood 0sss(o037s) TESSO616{10-9) 2a) I3kN-m Failure of tea 466 OE Eeafontinnn: 4O0RR Patt, B/RALIE 9:10 DR Rags. ABS. $ (©2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghis served Tisai i yreteted und copvight laws shay cazeaty ‘als No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i foun oy ay nua Witt persion Is Nt os tho publsber 6-105, A shaft x made of a polymer having a parabolic ross section, IF it resis an internal momeat of M~ 125 Nem, determine the masimam bending stress ‘developed in the material) using te flexure formula and (©) osing integration. Sketch 2 three- dimensional view of ‘he sess dstributon acting over the eoss-setional area. Hint"Tae momen of neti is determined using Ea, A-8 of , Appendix A. Masinuum ending Stress: Tas moment of iastia about y ax mst be ‘tema finn order tous Flere Formula ams [ras =2[¥enay & = ao ‘VV I= yay 2 a5 ' 2 ico = x[ Sra00 -91-Sva00- yi fhaw- yi" se ~ sore (10) nt ~ 30.4160 (10 Tm re om = ME = OY — aso te Ao. 7 sos7ex0% 2 owen Masinum Bending Sires: Using integration a -ayeuan-f f(a) Jen} wae ¥VI00— yay 2) came _3 8 ;_ 16 sem ni) = [ Son 98-0 —9F Som] 12s(10°) = “5 ci.s238)(10") Ams 467 it Ejoninnn: 4O0RE Peet? BIRR IB $118: PE Bags. AE $ 2010 Poason Education. tne, Upper Sado Rvs NI. Al ahs osrved This mate protected unde al opyriht ans they cused ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vpredaced, in ag for by aay suas iu! prison a Walshe pubs. Seen nae 5 yh applied to the handles The cross-sectional area is shown in e Sin mae ‘u woe z + 5% M~a3(5 + $820") = 204616-in wt" me = ME = SAMO ee ‘ T 3051075) * +6-107. ‘The curved hoam i subjected to a bonding ‘moment of M ~ 85 N-on oe shown, Determine the stress at points A anl B and show the sisson # volume element Tocated at these points ios shea gud ce = oom A= 21 + a4s0015 = 6207) nak S20) aati ee R = 0495 ~ 0.484182418 = 0010817581 m By = ait =4, = is 4 = 258Pa(C) Ans. MOR = re) ___Ss(0ssis0418 — 040) ‘Ard? = R)~ BGO Woaoorosi7saT ~~ HPT a a 468 ie Rfodinnn 4A0R0 Paei2, B/RALIE 9:10: PR Bags. AE $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs strved This matali protected under al uptight ow say czy sais No pmtio of is mate maybe oproduced, a foro by ay muss Wut persion sNews te publsbe 6-198, Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the 2hip/t Skip team and determine the shear and moment in the beam as fnctions ofr, where 0 =< 6 1 soi +1 3F,=0 0-2-V=0 pas a Crue eames —2e($) a= 0 M=—x + on — 166 An. ener eae VO ap 469 OF Bajotinen: 400 Part? G/RESIE 9:18: DB. Bags’ 470, Sa \© 2010 Pearson Edun, Lac, Upper Sale River, I. AU sas esorved Ths mati protested unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of is matt ay be vprduced, i Zoo by any ssa witout prasion a Wl isthe pubs. 46-200, A member has the triangular cross section shown, Determine the largest internal moment M that can th applied to the eros section without exceeding sliowale ‘ers and compressive stress Of (Cao), ~ 22 ksi and (aoe = 15 ks respectively. ASAT in. (From base) = VEE 1k aevFHB P= ast mas te oo a sto Massy “46158 Mi S80 kip- ia, = 732kip “A Assume fire dv 1 compressive sre: Me, yg_ M@doHl — Last) pared eS 40185 2S0kip- (controls) Abs. 70 Oe Bafodttinnn: {ONE Past BIPA LIE 9218 DR Baggs: 47%: $ (©2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sphisoserved This aul i yretated unde allcopyght laws shay cazeaty ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i by foun or by ay nua Witt persion swt os tho publsber 6-201, The strut as 4 square cose setion a by aad is subjected tothe bending moment M applied at an angle 9 3 shown, Determine the masimaim bending sre in terms ‘of 4 M, and 8. What angle 8 will give the largest bending sires inthe strat? Specify the orientation ofthe neutral 2 fori ease Internal Moment Components Me=-Meos® My = -Msing Section Propet: noh=he ‘Maximum Bending Sirs By lspetion, Maximus bonding stress curs at A . 41 Applying the flexure forall Bending a poi A e We es Gs A nF a =Meos0 @) | ~Aind 8) a 4 i= ~ Meme + sine Am * ae oM Hsing + cos) = 0 cos sin = nas Am Orientation of Neutral Axis 1, tana F000 tana = (1) an(s anus Am. a7 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 472 $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Salo River, NJ. A sas osorved Ths mate protested unr al cope ans os they cussaly ‘sist No portion of hs atta aay be nvprdaced, in ag Zoo by ay abuns without pasion is Wali io he publsbe A. IF the wide-Range heaan is subjectod to s shear of 200 a V~ 2DkN, determine tho shoar stress on the web at A Indicate the shear-stress components on volume element tneted atti poi 4 ae oma 5 frm an | TS =| Toon ‘Te moment ot inert ofthe crose-ection aout te neural ais 8 02501(10-%) mt From Figo Q4~ Fa’ ~ 016 (002\(02) ~ 06410") m? Applying the shear formula, Vx _ 20(10)f004010~)) 74 Te = pas01 Om) = 2.580(108)Pa = 256 MPa Ans “The shear stress component st Ais represented bythe volume clement show ia Pee GeZ56. MPa. a7 07 Solutions 46060 5/26/10 2:04 PM Page 473 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, nc, Upper Sale Ries ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foun os by ay nua Wout persion ls Nt os to publsber All sights served This mates spotted under ll copysaht ams as they cea 7-2. If the widestange team is subjected to 4 shear of 'V = 20KN, detennine the maximum sheer stress in the beam ‘The moment of inertia ofthe evss section about the neutral ays 1 1 = Lawes) -exsas)~ ex0iaeyat From Fie. om = SFA! = 0.16 (040) 02) + 4075 (215)/002) ~ 056510")? ‘The maximum shear siess occurs atthe points al snaxirnum and thickness the males. 1 eutral axis since Q 8 YOu _ 20100) 08650107) Te 02501(1079 00) = 34S0(10%) Pa = 346 MPa Aas 473 (07 Solutions 46060 5/26/10 2:04 PM Page 474 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. A sas osorved Ts mati protected unr al cope ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta uy be nvpdaced, in Zoo by ay anuns without pasion ia Wis io he publsber 7.3. If the widelange beam is subjected toa shear of 200 V'= 2DKN, determine the shear forse resisted by the web tthe beam, a 20mm roma 3 ic sal] PS |) oum ‘The moment of inertia ofthe cross-section about the neutral axis 1 Het, = 3) 1 = 102yase’) ~ 5 (018)03%) = 02501007) at For $y < 0.15 m,Fie.4,asa function ofyis = 3W/A" = 016 (002302) +4¢y-+ 015N015 — yV002) = 0865(10%) — 001s! For = y $015 me ~ 002m Thes vq _ 2xio)[assio~) — aon Te a1 ORY = {2459q0/) — 39,99(10% »?} Pa “Te shoo fore txt by the web Ven? Lf yd = af “Taso uo) — 39.9470°)»7] (002.4) = 1895 (10°) N = 1904 Ans. 74 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 475 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sghisoserved This atull i yrteted und al copyight laws shay carats sais No portion of tis mate aay be oproduced, i ny Zoun os by ay uss Wut persion Is Nin oto publisher 7A. If the Team is subjected to a vertical shest of = I2kip, determine the masimum shear stress in the team, Also, compute the sheaesices jump atthe lange ia web junction AB, Sketeh the variation ofthe searstress e Intensity over the entire cross section, ‘Section Properties: 1.501203) + 6146) TG) + a6) = 3.00. TA Ina = 02) 9) + 201030 — 157 + = sason! Quan = Yi A’ = 2.85(5.7)(4) = 64.98 in* One A’ = 1.8(3)(12) = 64.81 Sia Sar: pin ea orang = "2 Ya, 126409 sae = 2 = BE as dim YOu 12(64.8) (any =a IME ose Am 25 Ye, 12(64.8) ge (ray = Oita jou." J Dh we }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 476 $ 2010 Puuson Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs oserved This mater prteted undo al opyiht ans: they cused ‘care ufos cite al ay nse yoy ny an vio fren ago pe UC the Team i mbjpctd to # eral seas of V°> taki, determine the vets set ore ried by en, thenmage an A Lf e Vitae ‘Seetion Poopentes: 3FA_ 15D) + HON) _ yay EA 123) + 0) on 1 alah 2 Leal! 2 af) + 12930 — 137 + Leale) + ayo ~ 3207 : , = 300,60 in" 7 4 Q= FA’ = (165 + O.5yN3.3 — yM(12) = 65.34 — 6y* ‘Shear Sirens Appling he ofr YO _ 1006534 — 64) Tr = 600} ~ e178 ~ 001567 jen = Resultant Shear Force: For the fing = fra = [losers — 00s} a2ey) = aN2kip Ans. 976 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 477 $ (2 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This aul i yreteted und copyght laws shay carats ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay be oprodued, i ay Zoun os by ay uss Witt persion Is Nt os to publsber 746. If the beam i subjectod to a shoae of V ~ 1SKN, 20m ‘termine the web's shea stress at A and B, lndicate the Shearstress components on a volume element located at these points Show that the neutral axis i located at Y= 0747 {rom the bottom and seq = 02182(10) mt, (0.015)(0125)0.03) + .1ss}(on2sj025) + (0295 \0.2)(005) ‘0125(003) + (0025)(025) + (O2)u03) y = 04747 m 1 Leorsyooe) + o12s(oasyo7 — 01s + Fplo02syo.2s?) + o25(o4asyarts7 ~ 045s? 102,008) + 02000340295 ~ 0.1479 = a2Ist82 (10) mt FA = (0210 ~ 0.015 ~ 0.17479(02M048) = 0.7219 (10) Ab = (01747 — 0.018N(0125\03) = 0.59883 (10) a? YOu _ 15000°07219)00-%) 74" "Tr ~ vanetsncno a0) — 'MP* oH VO Te 15(408(0.59883)(10) 7-7. Il the widerlange beam is subjested (0 a shear of nam V = SOKN, detennine the maximum shar stressin the beam. ‘Section Properties: 168.052(10)-* at o2y0310° e020) Qa ~ 2A ~ 0025(0125,(0025) + 0.140(02) 0030) ~ 1.035310)? Yo _ 30(10/10.0353)(10)~° fo Te ~ 368.6520) 40025) 2 MPa Aon. a7 }O7 Solucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 478 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sale River. NJ. A sas osorved Ths mates protested unr al copy ans os they cutouts ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vpredacd, i gf oy aay sans witout prision a Walshe puss. If the wide-Mange beam is subjected to a shear of, 20 sam “WIN, determine the scar force resisted by the web ofthe beam, 1 aavoam) - Lrrs02s9 = asda (2522 )oo1ss — yy029 = on o0nses ~ ¥y v= fopta= ssseeor [" oranss— Fy0249 = nawoaoytommnsy —2p"If ype sten ve 30 —24487 = 2744 dy +7-9. Determine the largest shear force Vat the member Coa sustain ifthe allowable shear tes fane = 8 ks A \ aacTin tin OKAYS) + 212)(2)) (5) + 202) Ae LSP) + —as? OUP) +5 cy.t667 — 057 #2(B)ne + 2mere~ 67ers aay ~ BVA’ = 2(091655)1.8939)(1) ~ 3.361 in? YQ Tr V@os6u) ~ asa) V = 321321 = 221 kip Ans. 8(09) ~ 78 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 479 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edson, ac, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs strved This matali protected under al opti ow say czy sais No porto of ths mate aay be produced, ay foun by ay muss Wout persion Is Ni Bos tho publsber HAN, Ifthe applied shear force V — 18 ip, determine the ‘maximum shear stossin the member. (Osvys) + 21@EN 16) +2002) 1667 in (SX?) + Sq.t66? = 0s)? ROMP) + SayC.166 ~ 05 «2(2}ne) 20@ aus ~ 3H A’ = 240916551 8833)1) — 2.361? = You, _ 1802611) fom “Te ISAM) tS 111th wd ea ma alae er ses i he Dal itn a Vat rietnacoesien ay0ay yon) = 20-9 = VQus sano 28 10% ¥{(0.075)(0.1 (0.05) + 2(0.05)(0.1)(0.05)) rs 479 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 480 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. A sas oserved Ts mates protested unr al cope ans s thoy curently ‘als No portion of hb atta maybe vpredaced, i gf ory aay suas witout prsion a Wl he pubs. 97-12, ‘The beam has a rovtangular cro section and is made of wood having a allowable shear ste of funn = 200 psi Determine the maximum shear force V that cam be ‘developed in the cross section of the berm. Also, plot the shearstres a ion over the cross section, (Oa the function of y, Fig. (y+ 6Y6 ~ yi) = 4130 ~ yy ug 002 When y = 0. ThUS ons = 436 ~ F) = 148i? ‘The maximum shear slress vecurs of points along the neutral axis since Q is smasimum and the thickness ~ Bi. f constant VQ, vss) tae Ge TG V = 280016 = 1238p Ans ‘Thus the shoarstreseintebation a fanction of ye 2540436 - ¥) eT = (556 (6 — 9} si T-5.56(26-9) @) 480 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 481 $ 2010 Peasca Education, Ie, Upper Sadie River, NE Al ahs osrved This matali rotated unde al soph avs os thy casey ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foun or by ay muss Wut persion Is Nti os topublsber FAR Determine the maximum shear sees in the tut if itis subjected tow shear force of ¥ = 20 kN. Rem 44 of nm A A itmm Section Properties 1 2, Ina ~ Fy (012)(008#) ~ 5 (009(006") — 5:20704(10" ane BFA’ = H1(005)(003) + 0036(0.0%2360.12) '87.84(10°°) om? Maximum Shear Strese Masimum shear tress oecurs at the point where the ‘neutral axis pases throug te section Applying the shear formula 200167 800-4) ‘20704(10-%(008) ~ 470M TEAK, Detenmine the maximum shear force V tat the strut can support if the allowable shear stess for the ‘Section Properties: L eee Ina = (01240088) ~ 4 (oosy(oe!) 1015(0.08)(408) + 6.036(0.012)012) 784( 10°) a Allowable shear sre: Maximam shear stress occurs atte point where the neutral xis passos though tho soction. em. beowm Apply the shear fomnala SP Jone Fast ~ Taw = pore ofa) = Yrs SaomaI0- 0.08) Ao. 481 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 482 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadle River. NK. AU sas oserved Ts mate protested unr al copy ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of ib atta ay be vprducd, in ag foo by aay sans iu! prision a Wl the pubsbr. FAAS. Plot the shosrstress distribution over the cross section of aod that as a radius , By what factor isthe ‘maximum shear stress greater than the average shear sires acting over the eos section? sages 4 1 rt 82 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 483 $ (©2010 Pesca Euan, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sph oserved Tis mates protected unr all copvaht law s thay curently ‘ast No porto of his mate aay te roproduced, i ay foun or by ay muss Witt persion ls Nt os to publsber 27-16 A member has 4 cone section in the form of aa sqilteral triangle IF itis subjected to a shear force V, ‘defemnine the maximum average shear sires in the member ‘wing the shear formuls, Should he shea formula atly be ‘sed to predict his vale? Exphin. o- [yeh o-(# )a(s-%) 2 vo Te (@/36K@ KP NG) 2avix 2) 1No, heen the shear stress f not perpendicular to the boundary See Se. 75, 483 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 484 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Salo River. NJ. AU sais served Ths mates protected unr al cope ans os they cusaly ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vpredaced, i gf or by any sans without prion a Wl ios the pubs. 7, Determine the maximum shear stress inthe srt if itis subjected (oa shear force of V = 600 KN, ‘The moment of neti of the eross-setion about the neutral axis is 1 Leasyoar)~ Leayais) = ane at FromFea, Onan ~ 35-A’ ~ 00040.05)03) + 0.0575(007SY(0.1) = 1.09125(10-9) ‘The maximum shear stess occurs at the points along the neutral axis since @ is masini and hikes = 0.1 mis the sales Vayu _ 600(10°)1.09125(10-%9, de 04782750107) (0) = 3360") Pa = 374M Aw O38 m 0-031 5 075m Prod N A m eoosrsn @) 84 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 486 te (© 2010 Pessoa Education, Enc, Upper Sade Ries All sights served This mates spotted under ll copysaht ams as they eel ‘ast No porto of tis mate aay te oproduced, i ny Zora by ay mua Witut persion ls Nt os to publsber TAR, Deteroine the mama shear force V hat the strat an support ifthe allowable shea sees forthe material i Tate = 45 MPA “The axment of inertia ofthe cromssestion about the nuuteal axis is osynar) ~ Eayars) = 01278 00%) at From Fig a Qau ~ FA’ ~ 0000203) + 0407S (OUTS\O.L) = 1.00125 (10°)? ‘The marimar shear stessooceurs ath smaitnum and thiksess ~ C1 the smallest Vu v [rosi2sa0-9] eee 4500) = 0.178275(10-)(0.1) v= ma7840)N 7234 o3m 0.031 " o-opsm| q - anh N Olm @ ae ‘foam ints slong the neutral axis since O is 48S (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 486 $ ‘©2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. NJ. A sas reserved Ts muti protested unr al cope ans s thoy curently ‘als No portion of is atta maybe vprdaced, i Zo ory any asuns without pasion a Wali iow he publsber 1749, Plt the tensity ofthe shear ste drbted over mm thecios ection of tesa fitis subjected ta sbearforce of aN + ‘The moment finer ofthe eross-seeton abou the elas fe 03y02r) ~ 4 (02901) = 0178275(107) mt = (0.340.217) (0.2)(0.15") (10>) fom im iam oasy ier 609 (0.08,03) + 5 47S + y(0075 ~ yNOa) = Last25(0 <7 = 015m ~ 03m Tas, Wy [usss7sc0-) — 01594] 2 (0.175275(10-*) (0.3) = (188708 — 1711.60) MPa Aty = 0407S nnd y ~ 0.105 5, For0-= y < 0075 me ~ 01m. Tus VQ _ 00140 1.001250") — 0055" 7 CATR) OT) (978556 — 171160) MPa Aty = Dandy ~ 0075, thew = 374 MPa ryeqansy ~ 27.7 MPa ‘Toe plot shear tess dstebution over the crose-setion shown in Fig 003m 486 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 487 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edson, ac, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This matali protected under al sopyiht ov say cuzendly sais No porto of tis mate aay to oproduced, iy foma or by ay uss wut persion Is Niin om topublsbe 27-20, The steel rod is subjected to a shear of 20 kip. Determine the maximum seat sites inthe ro ‘The momeat of inertia ofthe ciraloreros-section about the neutral xis (x axis) tin 1-F 4-2 = dria! 2in forthe ferential ares shown shaded in Fig ais dQ = yA = y(xdy) = Dey dy ‘However. trom the equation of the circle, x = (4 ~ y*!Then dQ = 294 - yay “Thus, @ forthe aroa above vis a- fot -vhw - 247i Xe 24-9 Here,t oe = 24 — yA Thus: vo, xia —s] 1” apa] + =2a-yyui [By inspecting this equation, r = fy at y = 0. Ths va 2B sts Am id &in, a } 4 x xa C4 @ 487 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 488 =e ‘©2010 Pearson Education Lae, Upper Sadat srosorved Ths muti protested unr al cope ans s they cusaly ‘sist No portion of hs atta aay be nvpredaced, in foro by ay suns without pasion a Wali iow he publsber a. Th steal rod is subjected (0 2 shear of 30 kip, Determine the shoar stress at point A. Show the result on 4 volume element at this point “The moment of inertia ofthe cireular crosseetion about the neutral axis (x axis) C= sri A (0 forthe differentia area shown in ig. is dQ = ydA = y (Andy) = Quy dy However, from the equation of the circle, x = (4 — yl Then ao “Thus, O for the aren above ys 2y (4 — yay ["xa-phey 2 2a-98 ax = 2(4— yh Ths, ay! vo _x[ia-yi) I apa FF] ~¥) si For poiat A, ‘nT (4-1) = 230ksi Ans. “The state of shear sress at point A can be represented by’ the volume element shown in Fig. T2239, k5t ct ain, ) (@ 188 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 489 $ (© 2010 Person Education, Enc, Upper Sale Ries sais No porto of hs mate aay te oproduced, i ny Zoma oy ay uss Wiout persion Is Neti os to publsbe Al sights served This mates spotted under ll copysaht ays as they eealy 7A, Determine the shese stress at point oa the web of the cantilevered strut a section ea = _ (o01)(a0sy(0.02) + (o0ss)(007y(0.02) ((0.05)(0.02) + (0.07)(0.02) oe aasyne) + cansya0ryoo42s — aor? (002)(007°) + (0020.07)(005S ~ 003625)! = 178625(10-* ext 13425 — 00 625 m (002) (005)(002525) = 2625(10-*) mw? V5 _ 6(0"V2625)10-% 72%. Determine the maximum shear sires seting at section -a of the canflevered set )(0.05}0.2) + (O055)(0.7\0.0) 2olh (005y(002) + (GOTO) Flos oer + osyo.02o0202s ~ 0017 2 mo) + conor ~ an 1.78625(10°%) ext an ~ FA’ ~ (0026878)(0.0537( 002) ~ 288805 10-9) =? = Yams _s0°V(288906)10"") Te 178625(10-°¥0.0) = 485 MPa Ans. (003625 m ‘sim 89 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 490 $ ‘©2010 Person Education Ine, Upper Sade River, NI Al sgh esrved This mati protected unr al copyright lane ex hey cently ‘sls No portion of hs atta may be nvprdaced, in Zoo by ay abuns without pasion is Walls io he publsber 7-24, Detemnine the masimum shear stress the Pheam wow the critical section where the internal shear force is LLL Tie FD ote hams shwaia Re nbs fiset ‘Theses agra shor ini Ain, Van 275EN “The neutral avs passes through centroid cof the cross-section, Fic ¥ a _ 0075(0.18}(008) + 0.168(003)(045) “Ja > 03008) Ons TS) 12m 1 =A ossyais) + aovassyor2 nos + Frassyond) + ossonsyonss —ax3y nus = FA" = 006(0:2)(003) = 0216 (10) a? ‘The maximum shear sires occurs at points onthe neutral axis ince Q's maximum, snd thickness ¢ = Q mvis he smallest VanaQane _ 275(1090.216(10-9] Te” 37.0(10-*¥003) = 7533009 Pa = 733MPa a = ; & 8 © q 0 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 491 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs ssrved This mail protected under al sopytiht ow say cuzendy ‘ais No portion of his mate aay to oproduced, i ay foun oy ay nua wut persion Is Net oto publsber wai 47-28. Determine the maxima shear stress in the Ds ‘T-beam at poiat C, Show the result ona volume element Al LB mbsf somm ee Fs + 1s0}ee | som She 30mm ‘wing the method of sections, +12, ‘The neutral axis passes through centroid Cof the cross-section, 5 SFA _ 0075 (0159.08) + 0165(008)0015) EA ‘0:15(063) + H3(015) $515) kn = 0120 Skil sm Fio1sia0e) + o1s(o03)(0165 ~ 0127 mee \ ism = 200m Byrto kd nus = F-A’ = 006 (0121003) 216 (10-9) m* 490 (b) 1 = Leos + aovessoi2 005 ‘The maxima shear stress occurs at points onthe neural axis since Qis maximum sl thickness = 03 m ete smallest. VeQan _ 137800(021600~9] = uw 2AO(10*) (0.08) = 3657010) Pa = 3.67 MPa Cnain 3:67 MPa. @ wr (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 492 $ \© 2010 Pearson Eduaion,Iae, Upper Sale River, I. AU sas osorved Ths mates protested unr al cope ans as they cusaly ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprducd, i foo by any suas witout prison la Walshe pubs. uo some fiberplass beam at the section where the iateral force is maximum, Support Reactions: As showa on FBD. Internal Shear Force: As shown on thst dag, Vag ~ 8TRSTID, Seton Propet: Ine BOS) x a) * $65) (6) = Maes tssr0 oasis ven) ~ 3375(4)(075) + 1543\05) ~ 12:375ia! Masimam Shear Stress: Maxisnuea shea stress oovurs at the point where the neutral axis passes through the section. Applying the shear formula VO aus Ee 87857012379) A THADS{O5) i as wr }O7 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 493 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, ac, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs sterved This mati protected under al opi ov shay czas sais No portion of tis mate aay te oproduced, a fom by ay nua Wout persion Is Nati Bo to publsber 721. Determine the shear stres at points C and D Skip located the meb of the beast. Al ly bt} —en 6 ft | ‘The FOD ieshown in Fg. ning he mesbod of sections i. stry-0 8-Lo0-v-0 v= 9004p ‘Tue moment of ner ofthe beam’ ros section about ihe nex aiis 1 6x10") - 4 625y6%) ~ 276in* 1 Socio) — 3 cs25ye) ~ 26 cand Qp can be computed by refering to Fic Ge = $7.4’ = 45 (N69 +2(6)025) Qo 4.5 (1)(6) = 27 in? Shear Sires see pint Can are on ine wet = 075 in é Sak 2 POE $0088) 3 A “att = Te = 276 (0.15) ~ . = 4 Yoo _ 3000 sy, < ™ 7h B67) = = 493 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 494 $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. A sah osorved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans os thoy cueadly ‘sls No portion of is atta maybe nvprdacd, in fom or by ay sbuns without pasion is Wis iow he publsber 97-28, Determines the maxiznum shear stone ating i the 2k ‘beam atthe ial setion where the internal shear oree + 4 ben on ‘The FRD it shown ia Figo "Theshoar diagram isshown in Fig. Ven = 18Dkip. ‘The moment of neti ofthe Beams cross-section about the neutral ase 1 2 OMIM) — F598" = 26a! From Fis. 45,0146) + 2000075) =ai “The maxim shear strat oscwes at points on the neuteal axis since Q is the axiom and thickooes | ~ 0:75 in the smallest Ve Goes 180023) ta TE 6 TS) = 287s As. vcKip) 4 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 496 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Euan, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sghisoserved This ail i yreteted unde al copyight laws shay cates sais No porto of hs mate aay te ropsoduced, a ay foun or by ay nuns Wout perio a win om the publi, 7-0, ‘The team has 4 rectangular cross section aad is subjected to a load P chats just large enough to develop & fll plastic moment My ~ PL atthe fixed support T te Pht on imattil is elastic-plastic, then at distance = E the rr moment Mf = Pa creates a tepan of plas ying with afalt fan aoited elastic core having elt 2. Ta sittin al tae i has boon described by Eq, 6-30 and the moment Mis discbuted over the cross section ts shown ia Fis 6-48e. Prove thit the maimum shear stress developed inthe beam Js given by fae = H2/A"). where A’ = 2y'b, the cross. sctional area ofthe elastic core, fate eon Force Equilibrium: Toe Shaded area indicares te plastic zone, Isolate am eleent in ‘he piste none and write the equation of equates E2FL= 0 tm Ar + oyAi— oy AL= 0 ‘This proves thatthe longitudinal shear sess timp is eau to zero. Hense the coresponding transverse tres fqe also equal to 2270 in the plastic zone, “Therefor, te shea force V = Piscasied by the maleral ony in the clastic zone Sesion Properties: past =~ Qn =F A = Ty) =7> ‘Maxiauum Shear Sies Applying the shear formla seas 2 Ie Foy) (@ED) 495 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 496 $ 1© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. AU sais esorved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans s they cuszaly ‘als No portion of is atta maybe vprdacd, i gf oy aay suas witout prision alu the pubs. 21, Th beam in Fi 69/sujecte tly patio P tvoment Prove tht th longitudinal ad tases 2 Sarason the sim af rr Fi Conse anelemeat Patron . ofthe beam at shown in i # Jb wz Sime Force Bguilirion: 1 fly plastic noes som he eos section, ten : element of the material faken from the top or bottom of the cross section is Suljeted tothe loading shown, For equilibrium EEF .~ Ot OyAL+ tg Ar—oyAr~ 0 tows = ‘Thus no shear stress s develope on the longitudinal or transverse plane ofthe clement. (QE D.) 32, "The beam is constructed from two bosrds fastened together atthe top and bottom with Two 10¥S of nails “spiced every 6 in. If each mil can support 4 $0-Ih shear foree, determine the maxims shear force V that can be applicd to the beam. ‘Section Properties: a ‘3 < 1- Lole)- 20 =A’ = 1(6)2) = 12018" Shear Flow: Thoto ace two rows of sails Honcs, the allowable shear flow 2600 ss yi, vo T vazoy 320 v= au Ans. 96 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 497 $ (© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. AU sghis served Tis mates protected unr all copyght laws os thoy cateatly ‘als No porto of hs mate maybe opreduced, Zora o by aay noua Wout persion Is Nit ws to pusher. STARS. The beam i conscted from two boards {astened together atthe top ad bottom with two rows of sin nails spaced every 6 in. If an internal shear force of Y= ecb is applied to the boards determine the shear force resisted by each nal, ‘Section Properties: Lepidh 1-4 (6(#) ~ 2010 = 16612) ~ 120008 Shear Plone Vo _si20) aul ‘ = P= = asin. “There are two rows of mais Hee, the sbear force resist by each nals Am. TM. The beam i constractd from to boards fastened Aogeter with three cows of nas spaced « ~ 2a. apart. If ach nal can support a 450: shear fore, determine the ‘manimurn shes force V that cin be applied to the beam. The Aliowable shee ses forthe Wook! Faaw ~ 300 PI "The moment of inertia ofthe crst-setion about the neutral 1 3) “ 1-2 @@) = 1510 Relerng Fe 2, Qa = Que = YA’ .75(1.546) = 6.75 in” ‘The masimun shar se occu othe pits on the neural ai where Qi . mean 2 ome _ M79 =e 350 1Bin V = 2601 = 3604s Al A Shear Flow: Since there are thece 108s of ais, Fyo075in. % (2) pO tum ~3(2) - (8) - sy ta Oe _ M675) ) my 135 ¥ = 13508 = 135kip An 07 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 498 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. NJ. A sas osorved Ts mutes protested unr al copy ans os they cusoaly als No portion of hs atta may be vprdacd, i gf or by any suas witout prasion a Wl ios he pubs. 7-35. ‘The beam is constructed from two bourds fastened together with three rows of ails Ifthe allowable sheue sess for the Wood iS Tate = 150 psi, determine the Imaxirmuen shear force V that can be applied to the bea, Also, find the maximum spacing » of the nai if each nail, ‘an resist 630 bin shen “The moment ofinertia ofthe cros-section about the neutral axis i 1= $3) = 135% Bow i Relering to Fig, 24 = Onna = FA’ = O75(1.5)(6) = 675i? “The maxiasm shear stess occurs atthe points oa the aeutral axis whore Q i ‘maximum and = 6, ver) BIO 180018 = 1.80 kip Ans. Site strom oot = (2) = (82) ~ (88) VOx, 1950 _ 18001675) See F oy ae ‘ bre bin A 4 a” 98 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 499 $ (© 2010 Person Edun, tae, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sghis served This mtu i yrteted und al copyight laws shay cates sais No portion of tis mate may to oproduced, ny Zora by ay uss witout persion Is Nin os to publsber “7-36, The beam is fabricated from two equivaleat structural (2s and two plates Each plate has a height of nid thickness of 05 in. Ira shear of V ~ SO kip is ‘ppl tothe cross section, determin the annum spacing ‘ofthe bolts Bich bolt can resist a shear force of 15 kip Section Properi Losi’) (29) + Fans’) = 9525 int = BVA" = 256905) + 4250)05) = 10125in? ‘Shear Flow Since tere ure two shea planes oa the bot the allowable shear Now is 2115) _ 30 s7-37. Tho boam is fabricated from two equivalont Structacal foes and two plates Each plate hat height of (Gin. and a thickness of 0. in, I the bolts are spaced at 4 ~ Sin, dotermine the maximum shes force V that ean be appli to the cross section, Each bolt can resist ¢ sheat Toree of 1S kip. Setion Properties: assis = 37.4" #25005) + 4250005) 2 bogie ‘Stas Foe Sincere har anes oath lhe lobe shr ow 3 Fa ‘Va0.25) ba 395 = C335 7-35 An 499 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 500 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. A sas oserved Ths mutes protested unr al copy ans as thoy cuszealy ‘als No portion of hb atta maybe vprdaced, i ag foo by aay suas witout prsion a Wl ios he pubes. 7-38, The beam Is subjected to a shear of V = 24N. Determine the average shear stress developed in each nail ‘the nails are spaced 75 mm apart on each sie of the ‘beam. Each nal has «diameter of 4mm. ‘The neural ans passes through centroid Cof the cross-section as shown in Fig. EA 175(005)02) + 04 ‘O05(02) ¥ O20) (00s) 01375 m 7 (0.2)(0.05") + 0.2 (0.05)(0.175 — 0.1375?" + oasa2) +c0s02(0195— 00? = 63:5417(10°°) m* forthe shaded area showa in Fig. bis Q= YA’ = 0.0875 (0.05)(0.2) = 0.375(10-°) m* Sac tease worsens g = (8) = 28, = aor Him vo 20 [0375 (10->)] 2, were - OE esa F-4202N “Tous the shear stress developed in the nls F__ 460 ant = 2520(10)P4 = 252M ie, = ome) ozm oozsm-| oan fLovesm osm Nn A r| # Ons 01S = 0-0379m (a) (b) 500 (07 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S01 $ ‘© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. A sghis served Tis mate protected unr all copyaht laws os thoy cateaty sais No portion of ths mates maybe opsoduced, i ny foma or by ay muss Witout persion Is Nati fom to publsber 730. A beam is constructed from three boards bolted topether as showa, Determine the shear force developed Jneach holt he bolts are spaced s = 250 mm apart andthe applied shears V = 35 EN. p= 2uzsn2s}002s) + 0275 03510405) 2 (0.25)(0.025) + 0.35 (0.025) ceeee 10 (,)aos025) + 0m5esenes ons) + fplOunsy03s) + (0025)038)0275 — 0.18576)" (0.290236 (107) a = Fra" = oosr76(0025 (025 Vo _ 3510.86 (107) 9°) = tame) 0385079) m* F = qs) = 9997 025) 7-48, The doublo-vebd girder 18 conseusted from (wo Bin, plywood sheets that ae secured fo Wood! members at top 2 ® fad bottom. I cach fastener can support ¢00 Ib im single shear, determine the required spaciag s of the fasteners Soe ‘needed to support the loading P = 3000 Tb, Assume A is i. Pinned and B i roller. —_— = in, in jb 6in 05a Oia Support Reactions: As showa on FED. Goenka tales as Section Properties: ot oe Ia = HOI) ~F O10") = 2002 at 2 = YA’ = 1846) = 16810" ad ‘Shear Flove: Since there ace two shea planes on the bolt, the allowable shear Now is = ae cn tt wa. TUE le {1200 _ 1500(268), rs f= 138in Am. S01 (07 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 502 $ 2010 Poason Education. tne, Upper Sado Rives NI Al dah oserved This materi protected undo al opyriht ans they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprdaced, i gf or y any sans iu! prison a Wl ws he pubs. ATL, The doublo-web giedee is comstucted from two i plywood sheets that are secured to wood mtembers a is fp 2 ’ fad bottom, The allowable bending sees for the wood Craton ~ BKSi and the aBOWabe Shear SHES 8 Taine ~ 3 KS a Ti the fasteners are spaced § = Gin. and each fctener can 10}, support 600 lin single shear, determine the maximum load 4 a ‘PAbat can be applied to the beam, 44h Qin sia Sin Osi Support Reactions: As showa on FBD. Internal Shear Force and Moment. As shown on shest and moment digram, Vig = SOP a Alga, = 200P. Section Properties: oe 1 (ast) — Leo (10 . t faa= FOU) ~ L610») = 2900 a = HA" = 14)(6) = 16850? 7 ea Qaan = ZVA’ = 7(4)(6) + 4.5(9)(1) = 2085 in? te ze ‘Shear Plow: Assume bot fille. Since there are two shear plans on tke bat, the at) towable hence g = 2%. — api 2a ve pa} asonpiies) cs 202 P= 1016 ~ 691 kip (Contot) am ‘Shear Stress: Assume failure due to shear stress 2500P(208.5) 0x) 222701b = Skip ending Stress: Assume failure due to bending stress Me Cm = tne = 200P(12)(9) so) = OR P= 0nks 502 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 803 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. A sghs oer ved This mull i yreteted unde all copyight laws shay cateady sais No porto of is mate maybe oproduced, foro by ay uss wut persion Is Nin om to publsbe 742, ‘The Theam is aaied together as hows. Ifthe ls an each support a shear fore of 950 Ib, determine the ‘maximum shear free V that the beam ean support and the corresponding maxirnum nail spacing s to the nearest } ‘The allowable shear stes fr the W0Od rato = 450 FS “The neutral i pases through the centroid cf the ere section as showa in Fi SPA _ 199 + 60290) _ SA” 202) +120) 95 B Mt2) + -6F Fz M2) + 240205 — 6) + ea) «1n0 -959 ses etete FEA Ogg ade Qa Qn Fiat = 475(9)2) ~ 902508 i= 35 2912) = Bin ‘The maximum shear stess occurs at the points on the neutral axis where Q is aso ¥ (90.25) So) V=amissih = a8kp am "te Vs 99 _ e816 apse SS 1 sotisen= fh ps (@) 503 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S04 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. NJ. AU sas osorved Ts mates protested unr al copy ans as thoy cuszealy ‘sls No portion of is atta maybe vprdaced, in fom or by any abuns without pasion a Wis ios he publsber TAB. Determine the average shoar stress developed in the P ‘ls within region AB ofthe beam. The nas are ested on 2AM in each side of te tam and are spaced 100 mm apart. Each hail has a diameter of 4mm Take P ~ 2KN. ‘heFHD sshomine-« 1m —P 15m ‘As indiate in Fig the internal shar force on the cross-section with ogion AB pan, is constant thats Wag ~ SKN, y “The neutral axis pases through centroid C of the cross section as shown in Fig. Fa _ 01800402) + 0.(02\0.04) ‘B04(02) + O08) om 1 aowyo2 ~ nay 1 = Baowyo2 + nowa2yat4 - 04) aE [20095 402,008) + 0200.04,018 ~ 018)? a = 533501079 a! (forte shaded area shown ia Fig. dis = 7.4" = ao4nasya2) = 0320-9) m* Since there are two omsot ait = 2(£) =2( Yaa apg 51107(02210075] aa P= 1s0N ) =m “Thus the average shear tess developed in each mal & (raa)os - Ge - — - 119.37005Pa ~ 10M Ans. Fou 9271 _o.0am 02m 225m ‘a75m y= /275 tal cay C , ©) VGkn) S Foon o 3 A A . Hyrourm OI ae 3 Xan) @) 2m @) 504 —h— (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S06 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Eduation, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. AU sghis served This mata protected unr all copyaht laws os thoy cateatly sais No porto of hs mate maybe opsoduced, ny Zoma or by ay uss Wout permsion Is Ni os tho publsber 7-44, The ails ace on both sides of the beam and each can resist a shoar of 2 EN. Ta addition to the distributed 2eNim Toading. detemnine the maximum load P tat cin be appied to the end of the beam. Me nats ae spaced 100 man spat andthe allomatie shear ies forthe WOOL Tae = 3 MPa “The FRD is shown in Fig a ‘As indicated the shear diagram, Fig b, the maximum shear occurs in region AB of, (Constant value, Vg, = (P + 3) KN, ‘The ncutral axis passes through Centro Cof the cross-section as shown in Fig. EY A _ 018(0.00)(02) + 04(02)(000, TA oqo) + 02005) = udm 1 = Loon + 0402904 - 047 + Floav00") + o2@04(0:18 ~ 018) = 222300°9 at Retering top nm = Fi = 00710.18)008) 392(107) mi? Qa = Teas = 0.08(0.04)(0.2) = 0.22(1077) m* um thet cocurs ath pois co Netra whe mum tom fate aon = 2+ GeA[os92007y} S10 HOO Pensa Stes tet mts a= 2(E) oom 22 3007 f09000-9] 53.333(10-%) P= 3674N (Contos) pe 3kn. ep VCKN) Pra G 5 Xam) ,=@P 4675) kan @) @) 505 [07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S06 $ \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. 74. Comtinned 506 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S07 $ (© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. A sghs eer ved This mtu i yrteted unde al copyight laws shay cates sais No porto of is mates may He oproduced, a ay Zoma or by ay uss wut persion Is wi om to publsber 7-48, "The beam is consinsted from four hoards which aan , are nuiled togelber- Ifthe mus are on bth sides ofthe beara tnd each can resist shear of SN determine the maximum load P that can be applied to the end ofthe beam ‘Spport Reactions: As sown on FED, AInteral Shear Fore: As shown on shea igre, V 4g = (P + 3) KN Section Properties: 5 cosn(o1s’) ~ 5 025)(0.07) 72.010) x o-yar Ia 06(0.254043) = 0480(10-4) Shear Flow: There are two rows of na, Hence the allowable shear low 5 30) = 0 ~ eo0knjm “7 _ @ + a a4s000- 20009 P= 66DKN Ans. TI ete en(10') 507 (07 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 508 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Education Lne, Upper Sado River, NI All sgh esrved This mati protected unr copyright lane ex hey curently als No portion of hs matt maybe vprodaced, i gf or by any suas without prasion alas ios he pubs. TAT. Tho boam is made foe fou boards mailed together a8 shown, Ifthe nails ean each support a shear fore of 00, detenmine their quire spacing anal ifthe beam ‘ssubjected to shear of V = 700 1b Section Properties: Hit) + 15@)) + 615K 1) 2) + 1300) = 83568 in 4 G(s) 3 Feo(e) + wayessas -asy* Fol) + 2093548 - 1.57 ~ rsa Qe = Fi"A’ ~ L8S48(3)(1) ~ 5.5685 in? Op ~ FA’ ~ 3848 - 05, 10,1) + 2[6.3848 —15)0)4)] ~ 396774? Site Ft Te aoa tw tps Ca Dv = ad “i ¥Qc oe a) ae cs 3743 iia ae ve =f 1 esr respetively 508 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 509 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. AU sghis served This mates protected unr all copyaht laws os thoy cauteatly sais No porto of hs mates maybe oproduced, ny fom oy ay uss Witout persion Is Ni Bos to publsber *7-48, ‘Thebox beam is coastnicted from four boards that ave fastened topether using ils spaced along the beam ‘every 2in- Tf each nal an resist a shear of 50 I, determine te greatest shear V that ean be applied tothe beam without ‘easing fire ofthe mails ) + 2(4)K2) + GSNOK TD + OND + OD 102K) + 20,1 - 05" 1 ; +2(E) ene 20,64 ~ 2% 1977) +400) waayes a1 61241) = 312 1 (¥On) _ CH)- 4498 ~ Q0789V(2) = 50 ¥ = 3171 (controls) An. 24 ~ FiA’ = 8416\) = 2040? 1 vias) vos) 3) aay das ~ 005160) ~ 50 v= asst 509 07 Solutions 46060 5/26/10 2:04 PM Page 510 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. NJ. A sas oserved Ts mutes protested unr al copyeght ans s thoy curently ‘als No portion of hb atta maybe vprodacd, i ag foo by aay suas witout prsion als ios he pubs. 7-80. A shear force of V = S0DKN is applied to the box tinder. Determine the shear flow at points A and B, ome A 180m ‘The moment of neti of the eross-setion about the neutral axis is L 1 402902) -J0u9028) ~ ats) wt Rae oF Qa ~ HiAj ~ 0.195 (0.01)(0.19) ~ 03705 (10%) m* Oy ~ Ad + VAs ~ 2[0.1(0.2\(0.01)] + 0.195(0.01)(0.18) ~ 0.751(10-) m* Due fo symmety, the shear flow at points A and A’, Fig a.and at points B and BY Fig bare the same Tous =e) «1 sen ams) Beaker 2 0243500107) = 22815(10") N/m = 228kN jm Ans. i 4") “1 (23 ewe} 024850010") = 462,46(10") N/m = 4624 je @) 510 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S11 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, ac, Upper Sade River, NE. All sighs sterved This mail protected under al opytiht ow shay czy sais No porto of is mate maybe oproduced, ny Zoro by ay nus witout permsion Is Nt os to publisher LSI. A shear force of V = 4S0KN is applied to the box ser, Determine the shear flow at points Cand D, = 1 ec ws “The aicieat of inertia ofthe cogs section aout the aeutel ai i 510204") — 2 (024380(10%) mt Refering to Figo, to sprametsy Ay OTs @ ‘Then refering Fed, Qo ~ Hi + Vea ~ 0.195 (001}0.09) + 01510-14001) = 023255(107) m? Ams. Op _ 450005 [03255007] ar 1.33(107)N/en = 601 N/m Am a (07 Selueions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 512 $ ‘©2010 Person Education Ine, Upper Sado River, NI All sgh esrved This mati protected unr all copyright las ex hey curently ‘als No portion of hs atta muy be vprdacd, i ag foo by aay suas witout prasion alas ios he pubs. 97-52, A shear force of V = 18 KN is appliod to the symmetricbox sider. Determine the shear flow at and B. Section Properties: tna ~ OU(02) - 5 (0129(028) RB + A; 125,000) + 01250010105) = 12517(10-) at 4 ~ YA’ ~ 0.145(0.125)(0.01) ~ 0.18125(10-%) m> Qp~ HA’ ~ 1405(0125\ 001) ~ 0413125(107) Shear Flow: = psaoreamssaoy al psa) “i 1 pam ssi] 21 psira0-) = 0887 N/mm = 944 EN/m Ans. [Tesim si }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S13 $ (© 2010 Pearson Education, tac, Upper Sade Ries, NE. Al sdghis served This maui i preteted unde al copyght laws shay cates sais No portion of hs mate aay be oproduced, a ay fom or by ay uss witout persion ls Ni ow to publsber ST-SS._A shear foree of V = 18 kN is applied 0 the box finer, Determine the shear How at iY was Section Properties: tua = 0189)(03") --4 (0129028) @ [Fonsi 01) + 0.125(001)(0.05") ws7(10-*) 148(0128)(001) + 0.105(0128)(001) + A07S(015)(002) $375(10) mi! a] ass 2am | = 38618 N/m ~ 3864N/n Ao. Shear Flows 513 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S14 $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Sale River. J. AU sas osorved Ths mates protested unr al cope ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vproduced, i ag foo by aay suas witout prion a Wl ios the pubs. 7-84, Tae sluminum strats 10mm tick nd has the cross section shown. If its subjected toa shear of, V = 150 N, determine the shoar flow at points A and 05(003)(000)] + 2100%006N001)] + 0055(0.08)(001) 003}(OOT) + 2006001) + OOAODI) Bat | 5 (001 0069 + 001(0.05,008 ~ 027727) + oman + oowaoryonss~ arn? ~ apo at y= 00s ~ 9927727 = 9427272 m Fy’ = 007727 — 000s = 0622727 m 4 ~ FA’ = 0Mnz727(0.04)0.01) ~ 0308010" m? ~ oan7272(003)(001) ~ s181810-% a Oe 1.39KN/m Ans 125kN/m Ans. 785. ‘Tae aluminum struts 10 mm tick and has the cross section shown Ii is subjactod to a shoar of V = 150, Seterine the atriuen shee lw in the strut, o0Hs003;00H] + fosso09y000}] + 0481064000 ‘on — uMsyOH + AUNHVOT + 20K hom = omni 4 von 6 1 di =i? 7 1 =A; @0s(001) + o«e@onyeonrr27 ~0005°] aa Taal nm wskm 1 nyo + 500 - oer] + J oonyamy + oovnoryouss aera? i d a La. (07 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S16 $ (© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade Rives, NE. AU sghis served This mates protected unr all copeaht laws os thoy cateatly sais No porto of is mate may Ho oproduced, a fora o by aay ua Wout persion ls Nl ws to pulser. "7-56, The beam is subjected to a shear Sores of ect V=5 kip. Determine the shear Now at points A and B = _ 9A _ 025(11{OS) + 2145(8)05)] + 625(103(05) TA TQS)+ 2BHUS) + THOS) Ee > 1 = FAUNes) + 1easya.rou6 — 025) +] sys + asi as — 370046 + anya + 10059628 — 3707 45.98 Ya = 37006 — 025 = 345046 in a a aes (002708 in? ae 2.707 Qn = aa’ = S4so4sc11y05) Qs = FA’ = 2.54084(10)(05) 1 (Ox) _1 (sa) a8.ry ao-} (C82) -1( LAB) — cn aa 20127027) on 1 (HOMME) srs aaa! 7-51. Tae beam is constructed from four plates and is subjected to a shear force of V = 5 kip. Determine the oe seeteres es stc 4 FA _ 2510S) + 214.568)0.5)] + 6.25(100) nah Se aaa sy r= Sanios) + wasyasses) + asi) oscar + FAH 0s) + 109,280 = 45.98 4504 (1140S) + 24(.6047)(05)(3.7004 ~ 0.5) B80 in, (Ob, = M18 By, Ans 515 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S16 $ ‘©2010 Person Education Lae, Upper Sado River, NI Al sgh eserved This mati protected unr copyright lane ex hey cueatly ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprducd, i ag for by ay sans witout prision a Wl ios the pubs. 7-88, The channel is subjected to a shear of V = 75 KN, Determine the shear How developed at point A. et fA _ 0015(04)(003) + 210131024003) A ‘TAO + 2102008) FF OA(008) + 04(ua3} 0075 — oo1s)* +-fooe2) + aneayon— 1725p] = 0.12005(10-%) at 0975002003) 34501079) 75(40°V(0.3450( 1025(00°%) 21S EN/n Ans. 7-59, The channel is subjested to shear of V ~ 75 EN. Determine the maximum shear flow ia the chaansh a a «im yosin om A 254 _ ooiseayous) +2101302/003)) SA 0.4(0.03) + 2(0.2)(0.03) ae uns a re’ = Fp 0-10.08) + o-(v0ay 00725 - unis)? y + 2] .0sqo2) + oaa(nanots ~ 0072s) = 01205(10°) ot aus ‘A’ ~ 0.07875(01575)(008) ~ 03720010") es? 75(40°)(037200)(10-4) 222KN jem Ams }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page S17 $ 2010 Peasca Educaton, ne, Upper Sade Rives, NE. All ps eserved This atoll pretacted unde al copyight laws shay carats ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay te oproduced, i foun os by ay nua Wut persion Is Nitin os to publsber 27-60, The angle is subjected to a sheae of V ~ 2 kip. Sketch the dstbution of shear flow along the lop AB. Thaicate numerical vas tal peaks. i eps y Section Properties: a= wasis) + osn(2s Pn) = asses — 07678? Shear Flows YO.sso49 — 0.176789" aa = ($24 = 13674 Bin. Ans. 9 tous ~ 241i : pele Fe 317 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 518 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Eduratin, Lae, Upper Sade River, NE, A sgh esrved This mati protected unr al copyright anes they cay ‘sls No portion of is atta ay be vprduced, in Zor by aay sans without prsion a Wis ios he pubsbr. 7-61. The ascembly is subjected to a vertical shear of V ~7 kip. Determine theshear flow at poiats A and Baud ‘the maximum shear win the eros scetion (O2H UIA) + 2825)155K05) + 6250105) ‘OS(LI) + 2105\S5) + 705) “ (yo) + sosyanee as + (Jasyae) -209(29(28 25807 + Kevasy + 097625 - 2830) 9250 int 04 = Wi'Ai’ = @.5862)(2¥0) = 25800" 19983 ia! 4042586) _ uw = 1961, Ans, 28) ae (canes rR 2" ns@ = 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 519 $ (© 2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. AM sgh served This mata protected unr all copvaht laws os thay cantly ‘ais No porto of his mate aay to oprodued, i ny foun os by ay nua witout perms ls Nt ow te publsbe 7-62 Determine the shearaties viraion over the ers sectina ofthe thin-walled tube as a function of elevation and how that Tage 2¥/A, where A= Dart. Hint: Choose diferential rea element dA'~ Red. Using dQ ~ yd, formulate @ fora cular section trom 8 for ~ 8) and show that Q = 2Rreosé, where cos ¢ = VIE = F/R. A= Rede dQ -ydA~ yRido Hore y= Rin Therefore dQ ~ Rr sin 6d6 Ams. 519 }O7 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 520 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Edun, Ine, Upper Sade River, NI Alsghsesrved This mati protected unr al copyright lanes hey cay ‘als No portion of is atta aay be nuprduced, in Zoo by ay asuns without pasion is Wali iow he publsber, 7-61. Determine the location © of the shear ceater, point O, for the thinwalled member having the cross fection shown where by > b,. The member segments have {he same thickness oe Section Proper B+ { + oa(4)] Eh + oh +b] My 7A ~ Kian Ms, a u* Q=ya'= few ¢ fi, Sheu Flow Reston x YO, gs TSE Hh + 00, + 6) 7 or Ge T+ 6 + ba)” op “ ne [nae rag Lt 2 a ey ih + 6 +60) Pb ilh+ o@, +59) Sher Center Summing moment about point A Pe=(Fyjh—(Fy)ih 3PtR 3Pbi pe- PE _ yy -__2?_yy Mn+ 60+ 05] Aa ot +9] (3-H) he Tos Note that iby ~Bj,e ~ 0 (/shapo), 520 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 521 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs served This mata protected under al sopyiht ow say casey ‘ast No porto ofthis mate aay te opsoduced, i foun by ay nua Wut persion ls Nt os to publsber thickness & Setion Properties: (ship easin ay aed sin 45°} we (a+ 3) 1A’ = dsin $8" (at) = (td sin 45") @ ‘Shear Flow Resaltan: VO _ PledsinS)s _ 3P sin Ase UOT ara) Mar Spin dss /% | _avisin 8" fim ake SES [ee ES Shear Center Sussming eomaats about poiat A, Pe~ Fy(2dsin 459) (aun bala +3) — at aa+9 Ps foray Am. fe fntsaus* sa (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 522 $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Ine, Upper Salo River. NJ. A sas esorved Ts mats protested unr al cope ans os they cutouts ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vprdaced, i gf or by any suas without prison also he pubs. 7-68. Determine the location ¢ of the shear conte, Point 0 forthe thin-walled member baying a sit along is Tf ‘Sie. Each element has 3 constant thickness } Saisie = : : 1= Leneat + aa(@) el, Q- Ha’ ri Shear Flow Resultant: i * oP MACH Peay = ears fnar-25 [rg -Z 7 ry [nar 38 [ar2000-3r & fh Git clei er cn pe \ Pe ~24F,) (a) + Ff2a) rep (Brn 7 Ans. 522 07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 623 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, nc, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This mati i protected under al sopytiht ow say curses ‘ais No portion of ths mate aay to oproduced, i ny foma oy ay uss witut persion Is Nitin oto publsber 7-66, Determine the losstion © of the shir ovates, point O, for the thin-walled member having the cross fection shown, ‘Summing moments about A. Ll 1-f0@' + a, = Vantaa) 1 Ao. 523 }O7 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 524 $ 2010 Poason Eduan. tne, Upper Sado Riv NI. Al ahs eserves This mater protected wade all opyriht ans they cused ‘als No portion of hs atta aay be vprducd, i Zoo by any sans witout prasion a Wl ios the pubs. 7-61. Determine the location © of the shear ceater, Leo point O, for the thinwalled member having the cross . fection shown, The member segments have the same thickness ‘Shear Flow Resultant: The shear force flows through as Indicated by F,Fand F, (oa FBD (b). Hance, The horizontal fore equim is aot satisfied (2, 0). 1a ‘order to siti this equibeum requirement. F, and F, aust be equal to 2210 Shear Center: Su ing moatents about point A. Pe= FO) . Ans, Ato, “The shear flows through the section a indicated by Fy FF However, 23F, #0 ‘To satisfy this equation, the section eamst tip so that the sosulfaat of F+h+R-F Also.due fo the geometry, for ealulating and we require F, = Fe Hee =0 am heat no ly ® 5 a f t g 7 6 F, e 4 A 524 (07 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 526 $ ‘© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sphis served Thi mates protected unr all copyaht laws os thay cantly ‘ais No prio of tis mate aay He opreduced, nfo oy aay ua tout persion aN ws to pulser. *7-68, Determine the location of the shear center, point O.for the beam having the eros section showa. The Thickness. r= af oar +e720(0+2)] + ena = 1588338 + Dawe Iaasese= J trsinoferae=ee [soa tetra -1°(5) * "hm ; re assstee + ro() = sass! Sy yeast + oP od o- (Se(E+r)+ [rsinneran VO _ POS + cosy T aise Suraming moments about: Aan. 525 }O7 Selucions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 526 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sale River. NK. AU sas osorved Ths mate protested unr al copy ans as they cusoaly ‘als No portion of is atta aay be nvprdaced, in Zoo by ay asuns without pasion is Wali iow he publsber 7-69, Determine the location ¢ of the sheut center, point 0. for the thinwalled member having the eros Section showa. The member sepmenis have the sine fhicknes Summing moments about A. Pe~ F(h) + 2V0) 0 1 yas ui(®Y 2 . Feo + 2008) + Aone aan We, brie th = 2hyy oto Q= 7a" (e= Dh + ylye = eV 2 VQ _Piiy~ any +A) 7 2 * fame v= fade FE [ty thy Pay BE th myme :- SPa'~ 0) — 5h (ha PB Franny + me [ae From Bg, (0), [sth hy + lds = in — mb + Pi a RP way 4 pe Foam EE me Lato) 4 +e — 02m) Won, H+ 30° ~ Bhi) B+ OE (hh a BE gCA ant) ie Bis tv ae Ans ‘ y plone + 8 820) 526 (07 Solutions 46060 6/26/10 2:04 PM Page 527 =e (© 2010 Pearson Edun, nc, Upper Sade Rives Al sights served This mata spotted under ll copysight ays as they eaoaly ‘ast No porto of hs mate aay te roproduced, i foun by ay nua Wout persion ls Nt os te publsber TL), Determine tho location eof the shea center, point O, {or the thin-walled member having the eros ection shown, Summing moments about A o ' yarsno db = 9 dd = Peek er dd) = Pesto t ra ref stoa— ec [= ay flow oS en 1 £8 ra eta) (cata at Pt = 5 £2 (20 ~ 2sinacosa) = 5! (2a ~ sin 2a) A= rsinf(rrde) = Prsin Odd PH(- 10,thinow 14 Normal tens Since = 4 analysis sald For the spherical tank's wal Refering 10 the feebody dagnm shown in ig P=pa= (aon (©)] = 32e(10°) N-Thus, +1RB=0 —— Sx( 108) — 45074 — 450R, =0 Py = S856(10") 2 N "The aoemal stress developed in cach bot is then 533 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 834 $ ‘©2010 Pearson Education Ine, Upper Sado River, NI Al sgh esrved This mati protected unr all copyright ans ex hey curently ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vpredaced, i ag foo y aay suas witout prison a lus ios he pubs. 86, ‘The spherical gas tank is fabricated by bolt together two hemispherical thin shells Ifthe Sm ince ‘Gameter nk stobe designed to withstnd a gauge pressure fof 2 MPa, determine the minimam wal thickness of the fank and the minimum aumber of 25mm diameter bolts ‘hata heared fo seal it The tank and ths bolts are ms {hoes material having an allowable normal sees of 150 MPa and 250 MPa, respectively, [Normal Stress For the spherical tank's wal, praeice ae 7 soho = 208 (002667 m = 25,7 mm Ans. Since 130 > 10, chin-walt analysis is va ot, 1 > Toner Referring fo the free-boy diagram shown in Rg. maAe (00°) 28) = 32n(10) N.Thus, HIER, =O 32r(10*) 20D - MPa 9 an her “ ‘The alowabl esl fre for ech bois (Poaton = Praen A = 250 wi [Zo 2) = 30.0625(10° }oN Sabin his res ito Ea), 322(10°) et) soa Am. 39.0625n(107) din Paseo) FCB @ 5M (08 Selucions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 536 $ (© 2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sghs served This ail i yretacted und allcopyight laws shay cazeadly ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay bo oprodued, i foun os by ay nua Wut persion ls Nt om to publsber 8.7. Aboileris constructed of fmm thick stel plates that are fastened together at their ends using 2 but joi ‘ . consisting of two 8mm cover plates and rivets having a ‘diameter of 10 me and spaced 30/mm apart as showa If the Steam pressure i the bole is 135 MP, determine (a) the Circumferential stress in the boils plate apart from ‘tho seam, (b) the czcurforsatialstes ia heoutee cover pats 78m slongthe vet lina end (e)theshear stress in tha ves som a pr _ 138010075) _ 0 Bi = UDOT) — ya s6(10) = 127 MPa Ams ») 12656 (10°(0.05)0.008) = 0/'(2(0.08)(0.008) Mie ay’ = 704MPa Am. 9 From FBD(a) aang asp +TSF,=0 Fy ~ PACOMI(0009)40) = 0 F,=2536N) « trea = 2 22 MPe Am se 4 ib 535 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 836 $ \© 2010 Pearson Edun, Lae, Upper Sale River. NK. AU sas osorved Ths mates protested unr al cope ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hb atta ay be vprducd, i ag foo by any asaas without prision a lugs he pubs. 8-8, The gus storage tanks fabricated by bolting opethe ‘vo half endrical hin sells and two hemispherical shells as shown If the tank is designed to withstand » pressure Of 3 MPa, determine the eequired minimum thickness of {he cylindrical and hemispherical sells and the main eqhiced amber of longitudinal bolts per mtor length st ‘ath side ofthe eylndrgal bell The tk and the 25 mn iam bots are made from materia having an allowable formal sees of 150 MPa and 20 MPS, respectively. The tank has an inner camer of 4m. [Normal Strew: For the cylindrical portion of the tank, the hoop stress is twice as large asthe longitudinal stress. cue =Hs sf) iP sae 4a Bilis ee) icdes cas A Since 10, china uns sa Referring to the fre-hody diogrim of the per mete lngth of the cynical portion Figg where P= pA SUV )E()] = AC") we ave TRF, = 0 12(108) mAPadae — AAP Daten = 0 ae « ‘Te allowable tense fore foreach bolts foes eacte= 2so(uo)| Zams)] = 122.7210) Substituting this result into Eg, (2), ne = 4889 = 40 bot meter Ans NPatow Pesan NeCh)atea @ 536 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 837 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. A sghs served This aul i yretated und alcopyght laws shay cazeady ‘als No porto of hs mate aay bo oproduced, a foun by ay nua Wut permis Is Nt ow to publisher +89, Thegnsstoroge tank fabricated by bling together two hall clinical thin sels and two hemispherical shells ssshown Ifthe tank is designed to withstand a presure of 3/MPa, determine the required minimum thickness of the ‘olindrial and hemispherical shelly and the minimum ‘quired numberof bots for each hemispherical cap The taal andthe 25 oc diameter bolts ae aad fom material Ihviag ae allowable normal tes of 150 MPa nd 280 MPa, sepectvely The tank hasan inner dfameter of 4m, [Normal Stross Fr the cylindrical portion of the tank, the hoop stress i wie as Iuoge athe Fogitainal stress. {ut} F,ssx(10") 1.~ 004m = 40mm Ao. For the hemispheric ca, slick} me 10108) = 1, ~ 002m ~ 20mm Ao. “The allowable tensile force for each bot is ddan = Oatowds {17 oars!) = 22720") Refering 10 the fre-body dingram of the hemispherical cap, Fig. where Pa pa- sot Fe )} = 12e(10°)N, =r, 12410) — (Paton — Pda = 0 129(10") "Dae se Subtiting his result into Ea (1), y= 3072 = 308 bots Ams 337 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 838 =f \© 2010 Person Education, Ine, Upper Sadlo River. NJ. A sas osorved Ts mati protested unr al copy ans os thoy curently ‘als No portion of hs atta maybe vprducd, i gf oy aay suas witout prision a Wl he pubs. 840, A wood pipe having an inner diameter of 3 fis bound together using sted hoops each having a crase sctional area of 02 i Ifthe allowable tres forthe hoops ‘Soran = 124s, determine their masimum spacing al the section of pipe so that the pipe can rest an intern fuge pressure of 4 psi. Assume each hoop supports the pressure loading acting aloog the lengths othe pipe Equilibrium forthe sect Hoop: From the FBD ASF,=0; 2P—406)=0 P= 7205 Hoop Stes forthe Stee Hoop: Is = Cte = pts 1200) - BS = 333in #045) wel S-LL. The staves or vertical members of the wooden tank fare held together using semicircular hoops having a ‘cknest of. in anda wih of2in Determine the oem sires in hoop AB ifthe tank is subjected tan inter gauge pressure of 2 psi and this loadiag tansmitied ceily tothe hoops Asa. 0.25n-ameter bolts are wed to comnect each hoop together, determine the tensile stress in cach bolt at A and fi, Assume hoop AB supports the pressure loading within a 12, length of ts tak ae shown, Fx = 236,12) = 8649 3P=0, S64—2F=0; F=43216 1, TH ih ATE ro ru * Ans. ail 538 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 539 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tae, Upper Sade River, NE. AM sghis served Thi aul i yretected und allcopyight laws shay cazeaty ‘ais No portion of tis mates aay to oproduced, ny foma oy ay nua Witt persion Is Nt os to publsbe "8-12, Two hemispheres having an ianee radi of 2 and wall thickness of 0.25 jn, are ited together, and the inside Sie gauge pressure is reduced 0 —10 psi. I the coefficient Of Staie frction i jy~ 0.5 between the hemispheres, ‘determine (a) the torque T needed 0 initiate the rotation fof the top hemisphere relative tothe bottom one, (5) the vertical force needed fo pull the top hemisphere off the bottom one, and () the horizontal fres needed to side the top hernsphere off the bottom one [Normal Pressare: Vertical fore equibives for FED), 413F,=0; hx] -N =o The Prition Foree: Applying friction formla 4 Fy = aN = 0545760) = 2880 I 8) The Required Torque: Ia order to initiate rotation of the two hemispheres relative to each other, the torque must overcome tha moment produced by the ope {fiction force about the center ofthe sphere T= Fyr = 2880m(2 4 0125/12) = 18190 ft = 182 kp: Aas. & 1) The Required Verical Force: Ta ones to jus pull the two hemispheres apart the vertical force P must overcome the dona fore P= N = S160r ~ 15096 th ~ 18: kip Ans. .¢) The Required Horizontal Fore: In order to just cause the two hemispheres 10 slide relative to each othe, the horizontal force F must overcome the feetion fore. B= Fy = 2880 = 9048 B = 9.05 kip Ao. +8418, The 304 stainless steed nly itssupy around aj ‘the scoot iid ey. IF the band is then subjected 1 2 nonlinear temperature crop of AT = 20 in®8 F. whore 8s * In eadins determine the ccunferental ses ia th hao. wai St, ‘Compariitny Since the bands five to a gid eylinder (1 doesnot deform under toad), then, 5p Br=0 10(940(10-*) 201) = 269 Am. (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 540 $ 2040 Puason Educa, tne, Upper Sado Rvs NI. Al ahs oserved This materi protected unde al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be nvprduced, in Zoo by ay asuns without pasion is Was io he publsber, S14 The ring, having the dimensions shown, is placed fver a exible membrane which is pumped up with 3 pressure a Determine the change in the inteeal radius of the ring after this pressure is applic, The modulus of list forthe ring i Equilibrium for the Ring: Form the FED ARF, =0; 2-2 = ze ‘Hoop Stes ad Stra for the Rigs =P een a Gane Using Hooke's Law Ea by 2n(ry = 2, _(rDn— ns os ar % However, 9 ‘Then, fom Ee. pn 1 Fea br, 40 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 541 $ (©2010 Pesca Edun, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sghis served This mates protected under al copyaht law os thay curently ‘als No porto of ths mate aay be oprodud, i foun by ay aus wut permsion ls Nlt Bostopublsbe S415, “The inner ring A has an inner radius rj and over radius 7 Belore heating, the outer fing B his an inner ‘dius sand an outer radius randy > #3 fhe outer ring ‘shoe and then fited over the inner ring determine the pressure between the (wo rings whea eing B reaches the temperature ofthe inner ring The material has a modulus of a - sti of E snd a coetiint of theemal expansion ofa. Eqaitirinm forthe Ring: From the FBD S3R,=0; P29 Hoop Stress and Stein for the Ring: Using Hooke’ law "Ei, au ann) i Hoeven, 6, ~ == rat “Then, rom Ea [1] Ee) Compatibility: Te preseue hetween the rags requires Bat By ann eL From te result obtained above nego ‘Substitute into Eq, [2] ee gaa Fa * Bw Bs=n) cn sa (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 542 $ \© 2010 Pearson Education, Lae, Upper Salo River. A sas oserved Ths mati protested unr al cope ans as they custaly ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vpredacd, i gf or y any suas witout prmision a Walshe pubs. 8416 The oylindsical tank is fabricated by welding a strip of thin plate helically, making an angle @ with the longitudinal axis ofthe tank. Ite strip asa wid and thickness ¢ and the pas within the tank of diameter di pressured to pshow that tho normal stress developed along the strip piven by ag = (pd/)(3 — cas 2). Norma te Pu _. fe Sane oy, 3? ora Fe auras: We wil conser tbe wagpular cleat cut Som the Sip stowa iP. Here An (say and ow ond Thus ly. nich Fa ery sine = sin and R= ane B= oA = PE (weosy = Pom % Vy ‘Weng he force equation of euiibrium long he ax, @) sey =0: [Bt sine]sino + [2% cove] ne — Me 5-2 (asinto + eco) However. sin? + cos?@ = I. Thioqutio becomes Bid Oia y= Pato +1) 1 (1 ~ cos 24,50 sat Atso,sin?@ pd p= PE 03 — cos28) pwd FG - cos2¥) ED) 5a (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 543 =e (©2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sghis served Tisai i yreteted unde allcopviht laws shay cazeatly ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ay foun os by ay muss witout perms le Nitin Bos to publsber 8417. Inonlertoincrease the srenpth of the pressure ves, ‘lament winding ofthe same materials wrapped around the sSreumferenceof the vesscl as shown. Ith peterson inthe ‘lament ig and the vessel issubected oan ntermal prestre ‘determine the hoop stresses inthe Flame and inthe wall fof the vessel. Use the free-body diagram shown, and assume the fihment winding hae = thickness anc width w foe 8 oeresponding eng of the vee. ceulibeamy the normal sess in the walla this state is sr tpetn)-0 wien Z wiinitalearaiinnasy win-Z stress in the lament becomes moot Gn we on = 01+ (0) ‘Aad forthe wall, pro wn .= 01 eiwe [Normal Stress in the Wall and Flament Before the Internal Pressure ix Applied: ‘The eat length w of wal is subjected fo pretension filament foree , Heace from [Normal Siessin the Wall and Filament After the Internal Pressures Applied Toe $418, The vertical force P acts on the bottom of the plate huving a negligible weight. Determine the shortest distance dt the edge ofthe plate at which it can be applied so that {it produces no compressive stresses onthe plate at section ‘0-0 The pats has thickness of Loni and Pact slong the conte ine of this thickness __P _ por— ayo) OGD aono2) re 14 ~ 000667 m9 = 66.7 mm 1000 + 130004) = 0 Am. ola? 543 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 544 $ 2010 Poason Education, tne, Upper Sado Rvs NI. Al ahs eserves mater protected unde al opyriht ans s they cue ‘sls No portion of is atta aay be nuprdaced, in fom or by ay asuns without pasion is Wali om he publisher, $19, Determine the maxinua and minimum aoem stress inthe hracket at section a-a when the load i applied aura o (Consider the oquiiyium of the FBD of the top cutsopment in Fig. 0, ATEF/-@ 100-0 N~100EN GAEMe =O 100(0.1)— M0 AF = 10KN-m A= 02002) = 0606 m% 1 = 35 (008/02) = 20.010-%) nt “The normal stress developed isthe combins jon of axial and berating stress ‘Thus, For the lft edge fiber. y __to0") _ s0.10?¥0.1) ome an.0010-> (6 6110) Pa = 66,7 MP2(C) (Max) Ans Fr the ght edge fiber, y = 0.1m Then 200140 | s0c0%0. “ah 330s is ‘0.006 20.10") ma 4 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 546. $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvstion, nc, Upper Sale River, NK. Al sighs ssrved This matali protected under al opti ow say casey ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foun or by ay nua Wut persion ls Nii os to publsber 820, Determine the ma 1nd minimum soem stress ia the bracket at section a-a when the loads applied atz~ 300m, roan Consider the equines of the FED of the top cut segmeat in Fig a 412F,- 0 N—100-0 N= 100eN Gi2Me= 0M 109102) ~ M = 208N-a A= 02(008) = 0006? — 1 = 7 003)(02") = 20000) mt “2 “The normal sres developed isthe combination of axial and bending stress. Thus, nM eT For the at edge fber, y= © = 0 Then, ton), 200010 0.1) © —“o006 * “ancto-F = 82.30%) Pa = 833 MPa (T(Min) Am For the rah ede Her,» 1m Thus — 10000) — 200410°¥0.1) on oon = 107 Ps Aas. 545 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 546 $ 2010 Poason Education, tne, Upper Sado Rives NJ. Al ahs esrved This mater prteted undo al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprducd, in ag fon or by aay sans witout prasion a Wl ios he pubs. $21, The coping saw hat an adjustable blade that is fiphtened with a tension of 40 N, Determine the state of ‘ses in the frame at pots A and. Ans 1m 8.22, The champ is made from members AB and AC, which are pin connected at A. It exerts @ compressive force at Cand B of 180) N, determine the maximum ‘compressive stress inthe clamp a section a-a. The serew EP ‘ssubjected only toa tensile force along its ais “here ino moment inthis problem. Therefor he compresive sree produced spent tye ore only cas aly Coe = 107 MPs Aas bis & ‘iso peson 46 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 547 =e (© 2010 Pesca Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. AU sphis served This mata protected unr all copyaht lan s thay curently ‘ais No porto of is mate aay te roproduced, i ay foun or by ay uss Wut persion ls Nt os tho publsber 8.23. The clamp is made from members AB and AC, which are pin coanected at A. If it exerts a eompresive force at C and B of 180 N, Sketch the stress distribution scting over section a-a, The vrew EF is subjected only to 2 tensile force along its axis “There is moment in thie problem. Thesefre, the compressive stress is produced by sal force only PL wo goa = A ~ Tamisyomy | PMP snl Hi:= eI ism Ssctioma-a YA, The bearing pin supports the foad of 700 th. Determine the stress components ip the support member fat point A. The support 0.5. thick N 700 coe 3 1 = 606.2181 v—msinar v 018 CHIM= 0, Me —T0m125— asin) = Ae N Me__@o2is (1750.75) AT IOS Faso" 75 bia, 47 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 548 $ \© 2010 Pearson Eduaion, Lae, Upper Sale River, AU sas esorved Ts mates protested unr al copyeght ans they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta aay be vprduced, i Zoo by aay sans witout prasion a Wis ins the pubs. 8-25, ‘The bearing pin supports the load of 700 1h. Determine the stress components in the support member 075i, a pint The support is 0.5 in thick a 2 Plis wars 30 ZF,-0 N—TMeo3—0; NW —et62I8I a 2B,-0 V—700sina0 0, v~ 35018 0 CHEM =O: M~7Om(L25~2sin37)= 0, Le Ne __sonais_ | 11800395) atte ee AT US * Loose n= 52531 Ans et te=0 Gioce Qa =O) Aes al $26, The oft kink supp the loading of P ~ 30 KN P Detemine its required adh 9 ifthe allowable ormal sires sug ~ 78 MP. The ink haa thickness oC 40. 1 dae to ail ore: Pai) _ 7804105) A ODD w «deta bending ct Me _ 3040x005 +334) T ~~ HOuywy 4560 00°)008 +9 ea oem egh y ’ ayy = BID) , tHE +H Taw? = 075 + 0225 + 225 Taw — 3 0205-0 = 00007 = 7927 am Aas. 548 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 549 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, nc, Upper Sade River, NK. A sighs served This mail protected under al sopyiht ov say cuzettly ‘ais No porto of is mate aay te roproduced, i ny foun or by ay nua Wtut persion ls Nt Bos to publsber 8.27. The offset link has 3 width of w = 200 mm and x p thickoes: of 40 mim, If the allowable nonnal stress is any ~ 75 MPa, determine the maxiesum load P that can be applied to the cables. A= 02004) 08; 1 ~ 5 00)02)! ~ 26.6567110" xt x, so e ssn) = P= 100kN Ans. asin P *8.28, The joint is subjected toa foree of P = 80 Ib and F = 0, Sketch the nonmalatress distibution acting over scotion ail the member has «rectangular crosesectona frou of wih 2 in ad thickness 0.5 i, dae tail ore: Pw 2a om «# dx tobening Me _ 10025) “T ~ Zeyasy ~ POR (ga) = 80+ 1200 asi Ams (Cua ~ 120 ~ 80 ~ 1120 ps ~ 112k Am. _y _0s-») ia ne y= 0.267 #49 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S50 $ 2010 Puason Eduan, tne, Upper Sade Rives NI. Al ahs reserve This mater protected undo al opyriht ans: they cue ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprducd, i Zoo by aay suas witout prasion la Wl ios the pubs. +8.20._ The oiat is subjected to afore of P ~ 200 1b snd F ~ 150 1b. Determine the state of sites at points A and B ‘ad sketch the results on differential elements located at {hese points The member has a rectangular eros soction ares of with 0.75 n,n thickness 0: in A= 031075) = 0375 ii 4 ~ Fad" ~ 012510.75K028) = OMDBANIS ins Qy = 0 J cor = ocreisint ex. onma tes an ea os 209 ss5sic7) i, Epos 057 ps = 1067 pi (©) Ans. ° Shot stress vo Te 150(0.0234875) * Gaorpsa7sy | “Pe a ao Ans. a6 born “87 350 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S61 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This mati protected under al opti ow say casey ‘ast No porto of hs mate aay te oproduced, i nfo oy ay uss Wut persion Is Nt os to publsber 8.30, If tho 75g man stands ia the position shown, ‘determine the tate of stress at point A on the eros section ‘ofthe plank at section d-a, he center of gravity ofthe maa, ‘sat G-Assume thatthe coniat point at Cis smooth, Sesion e-aand 6 Support Reaction: Referring tothe fre-body diagram ofthe entre plank Fig. Riieiee- Pedashtin —iomtymie Gis = 7996) Fe=ai38N so 0; By — 75(981) sin 30° — 477.88 cos 30° = 0 © be = T8LTN SF = 0; By + 4778 sin 3° — 75(081) cos 30° = 0 pen By = 9820N Internal Loadings: Consider the equilibrium of the free-body diagram of the plank’s oqm Ibvcrsonment Fe = 0; TL—N=0 N= BLN by! By! ZFy=0; 39824-V=0 Vv = 39824 @) cota = 2982408) =0 M=2890N-m Section Properties: The crose-scctional ares aad the atoment of inertia about the centroid ans ofthe plank’ erss section ace A ~ 050.05) = 003.0? Referring to Fig. O, i 2, ~ FA" = aois7s(0.0125\06) ~ 0140525(10-) me [ermal Stew: The normal srs the combitio of axial and bending tres ‘Than For point A,y = 0.0125 m. Then =78173_ zsR04(o0125) =n ~~ ga5(u0t) ~ -50394 kPa ~ So44Pa (6) Am 551 08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 852 $ \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. 8-30, Continued ‘Shear Stross The ser sires contribated by transverse shear stress. Ths, sexaifo 140605(10"9) 149kPs Ans. ‘The tate ofsteess at point A is represented on the element shown in Fi ON vo o 0.6m be'=/B18A By 398240) b) corgi —CS A ‘ YRoouysn ©) 504 KPa. 14-9 EP @) 552 (08 Selucions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 553 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. All sighs ssrved This tail protected under al sopytiht ow say casey ‘ast No porto of ths mate aay to oproduced, i ny Zorn or by ay naa Witt persion ls Neti ostopublsber SM. Determine the smallest stance d to the edge ofthe plate at whic the force P canbe applied so that it produces fo compressive stresses ia the plate at section a2. The piste has a thickness of 20mm and Pacis along the Centerline of this thickness ‘Consider the equiinriun of the PED of the feft ct segment in Fie, N-P-0 N=P CeMe-& MAMI -8 w= ROI-# A=0200m) ~aamdat 1 ema) - 132200") ss trea cami oa tis nw ae Since no compressive srs is desired, the normal sires a the lop ee fiber must be equal (0 zero. Ths, =P, Pio = (0ay ~ pond * 3383 (0-) 0 250 P — 7500 (01 ~ 4) ° (= 106607 m = 667 mem Aas. @i-Lm EZ] n™ — 2 @ 553 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S54 $ \© 2010 Person Education, Lae, Upper Sadlo River. NJ. AU sas oserved Ths mates protested unr al copy ans os they cusoaly ‘als No portion of hs atta uy be nuprdaced, in foo by ay anuns without pasion is Wali iow he publsber, $8.32, The horizontal forse of P = 8D KN acts at de end ‘ofthe plate The plate has a thickness of 10 mm and P acts ‘along the centesin ofthis thickness such that d'~ 50 mm, Plot the distribution of normal stress acting along, D section 0. [sc ‘Consider the equitibsium of the FIBD ofthe lft eut segment in Fig.a, *zR,- 0 N-80-0 N= #0KN CHEM = 0% M~ 80(005) 0M = 4C0KN-m A= 0.01(02) ‘Atpoiat A,y = O.Lm Then 50010) 4.0010)0.) 4 “gon “6700-9 ~ 20.0110") Pa = 20.0Mpa (Cc) Atpoint By = 0 a. Then 100 10") Pa = 100 MPa (1) ‘The ction of neutral ais ca be determined wing the similar rangle A 005m mM N 80, c 554 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S55 $ (©2010 Pearson Edson, ac, Upper Sale River, NK. Al sighs strved This mail protected under al sopyiht ow say eazy ‘ais No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, i ny foun os by ay nuas Wout persion ls Nt os to publsber “H-38. The plier are made from two ste! parts pinned fogetier at A. If smooth bolt i held ia the java and « sxipping force of 10 Ibis applied atthe handles determine the State stress developed inthe pliers at points B and C “ere the ross ection is rectangular, having the cmensions sown in the gure TA SF=0 N—1sin3P=0, N= S0Ib WSF = 0 V—Womsr= 6 v= 86601 C+2Me= 0 M=108)=0 M=301b-in A= 02(04) = 008: (020°) = 1.055710°) nt AY = 01(02(02) = 4(10-) in? oe ao bm awe cote eo=-asmi=sint hm — ce 72 HO a Tr 106671002) (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S56 $ 2010 Poason Educa, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs oserved This mate prteted undo al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vprducd, i gf or y aay suas witout prasion a Wl ios the pubs. 4, Solve Prob 8-33 for points D and E tia. 10m FS) +400) 0, F= 161 uh eo Ans ap = VO = HIOISHOANOAS) ne 2 e ~ Th o9xo2° 018) ovat My ___ 23103) at 1” Foonsyeay Aes at ir a I) 1601 25)=28 ein ae 356 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S57 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs ssrved This matali pleted under al opti ow say cuzetly ‘ast No portion of hs mate aay to oproduced, any foun os by ay ua, Wut persion ls Nt os to publsber 4.35. The widefiange beam is subjected to the fading som Sib shown. Determine the stress components at points A and B mam, thao th reuls ona volume ment tenho hese 4 fini Use the shear forma fo compute the hear test Pa =e ttaatint ** es 1 oe ose dee ait oth Sea - Lease = 123i aa 1= $e) - Las =. L in sit OF Am at Am. nismci2yty _ AK aoa ea 0s(85) SS) sen ksi Ans. 513303) Parr pt sass Bee 557 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S58 $ 2010 Puason Educa, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al das serve This material prteted undo al copyright ans: they cused ‘als No portion of hs atta aay be vprducd, i gf oy aay aaa witout prison a Wl ios the pubs. °8.36. “The del is jammed in the wall end is subjected to . the torgue and foree shown. Determine thestate of sos a point Aon the eros section of dal bit at section oa 00 2 aN 1508 Section a= Internal Loadings: Consider the equilibrium of the fre-body diagram ofthe dil’ Fight en segment, Fis. SF,= —1s0(4) = sA,-0, w-10(4) 0 ys 24-0: 19 EN sM=00-7-0 ream BM, ~ 0 ~ (0125) + M.-0 g)on M,-2N-m Section Properties: The cross-sectional area, the moment of inertia bout the z axis and the polte moment of inertia ofthe dis cress section are A= o( 008°) = 25¢(10-*)n® 1,=F (a0ns') 56254107) 41 =F (0008) = 0.21259(10-) Referring 0 Feb 8 m0 1¢ normal tress» combination of wal and bending stress Thus My For poiat A,y ~ O05 a. Thon __=10___2100005) e107] HISLSe(I ea DISMPs(C) Ams. 558 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S59 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, fae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sgh served This matali protected ural copright mas hay crzently sais No portion of tis mate may bo oproduced, ny form oy aay mous witout pemsio a Nl os tho pubs. 8.86. Continved ‘Shear Stress: The transverse shear stress developed ut point A is [tro¥],= “ee =o Am. “The torsional shes stress developed st point Ais Ths (ra)a=0 Ae Grada [lr], ~ 102 Po Ans “Te tt of tres at point is repreteted onthe element shown in ig A zismpa, ‘Op MR 2 B 40.005) YS oocem Tor & 4 @® (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 560 $ 2010 Puason Educa, tne, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs reserve This mater protected unde al opyriht ans: they cue ‘sls No portion of hs atta aay be vprducd, i Zoo by aay ssaas ihoutprasion a Wl ios the pubs. 8-37. The del is jamamed ithe wall and is subjected to , the forque and force shown. Determine thestat of sine a point Bon the eross section of dil bit at section aa 0m Internal Loadings: Consider the equilibrium of th fee-body diagram ofthe dis right sepment Fig. a, BP. 0 W -350(3)-0 4 10N : sry-0: s9f8)-Wa4 a 2m,~0,-10(8)oa) +19($}i29 +14 -0 Section Properties The cross-sectional area, the momeat of inertia about the zai and the polar moment of inertia ofthe dil’ cross section are 1, = (000s!) = o1s125e(10->) nt J = E (os!) = 031254(10) m4 Referting to Fig. bs Oy is 10.005) or 25 = Fa" [F(ov0s) | = 83.333(10- [Normal Stes: The aormal stress «combination of axial and beading stress‘Thus, Ny My 560 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S61 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, fae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sgh served This matali protected ural copright mas hay crzently sais No portion of tis mate may bo oproduced, ny form oy aay mous witout pemsio a Nl os tho pubs. 8-37. Continued Shear Stress: The transverse shear stress developed a point i Am “ae oon shea ae developed pit Bi Tha (cleo Am (ole [lowe], [led], = 1s — 1508 = on23.MPs = 100M Am ‘The state of stress at point B is represented on the clement showin in Fg. (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 562 a 2010 Puuson Education. tne, Upper Sade Rives NI. Al ahs served This mater prteted undo al opyriht ans: they cue ‘als No portion of is atta nay be vpredacd, i gf or by any sans witout prison a Wl ios he pubs. 8. Since coserete ean support litle or no tension this problem can be avoned by using wites or rods to presiress the concrete once it is formed. Consider the simply supported beam showa, which fas # rectangular eros Section of 18 in, by 12 in I conerete has a specific weight of 1S01b/f, determine the required tension in rod AB, which rons throtigh the beam 30 thal no tensile toss developed in the concrete a it center section oa. Neglect the size of the rod and any deflection ofthe beam. Support Reactions: As showa.on FRD. Inverwal Force and Moment Ser-0 T-N-0 N-T CHEM, = 0; M+ TUT) — 9024) - 0 M = 21600 — 77 Section Properties A= 18(12) = 21650 1 ae) - 1 San(w) - se Normal Sires: Requires 04 = 0 2 avd <1, 2160-71) 26 3 2160 th = 216Ki9 notsneattoon Leena b4e—+—1n| z ial oth, (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 563 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, ne, Upper Sade River, NK. Al sighs strved This matali protected under al opyiht ow say casey ‘ais No porto of is mate aay te oproduced, i ny Zorn by ay nua Witt persion swt os to publsber £3. Soe Pro. 38 ithe od hn meter of in ‘ ie the tapsormedaten bod docied i See 68. : = Eq = 20(10") ksi. E = 3.6010") ksi. to in. 8 in. — eprtinttal al {4a +n be Support Reactions: As shown on FED. ‘Section Properties: alscacenB00, Aan = (= 1) = (8.0586 — 0(F)(o) = 1.3854? A= 18(12) + 1.3854 ~ 2173854 5 2YA_ 94tsyi2) + 164.3858) a — ost in (18) + 12asxeouer — 9F + 1385410 ~ oot? m = sisi Internat Force and Moment: A3R-0& T-N-0 N-T CHEMe= 0, -M+-7169554) — 900024) = 0 A = 21600 ~ .95987 lormal Stes: Requies 04 = 0 N Me er 1, (1600 ~ 6 95547)( 895 maa seas T= 216308 b = 216kip Ao 563 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 564 $ 2010 Puuson Educa, tne, Upper Sade Rives NJ. Al ahs esrved This mater protected unde al opyriht ans: they cused ‘als No portion of is atta ay be vpreduced, i foo by aay sans iat prasion a Walshe pubs. “8-4, Determine the state of stress at point A when the beam i subjected to the cable force of 4 kN. Tadieate ‘the result a diferenil volume element Supper eations CAEMp =o; 4aas)—c,075) =0 = o6eereN Ser,=0 as Internat Foec and Momeat % Ssr,-0 sm—w-0 w~400kN = ATEF,— GV 0667-0 V~ 06667 EN caEM, 1586741) — M = 066672 -a Section Properties: A= 0240.15) ~ 02(0.135) ~ 9.010 ) (0138)(02') = 925(10~) at 1 + (osy(o2s) — 1-Seas(oa") 2 Os 3 a" = om (01sya02) + eosa1y0015) = 049(0°) Normal Sires wy ar i 400010") 0.6667(10° (0) iO 4 3.00010") ” s2.8(10-4, & as mcr ro Sear Stes Appi se ocala co We oearachfoase- = RecA ary ie 3250" 9(0015) 564 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 565 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edwin, nc, Upper Sale River, NK. Al sighs ssrved This matali protected under al opytiht ow say cuzendy ‘als No porto of hs mate aay to oproduced, a ny foun oy ay uss Wut persion Is Nt Bos to publsber +841. Determine the state of stress at point B when the beam is subjected to the eable force of # LN. Indiate ‘he result asa differential volume clement. Support Reactions: C+3Mo 40825) 6,879) 6, = 05567 kN Sar % C.-4-0 C.~4W0EN Interval Forces and Moment: A2F,=% 400-N=0 N= 400KN +138, CHEM. =, ME 01666700 OV on6sT=0 (5557 kN BM = 05567 kN om Section Properties: A= 024(015) ~ 02(0138) = 9.00(10~ ) 1 yy4 3 = fo1sa2e) 4 (0135)(02") = s28(10"4)m Os Normal Ses ne RA “umc0) _asesrcyo:29 = Soni) 2810") 0522 MPa ~ 0522 MPs (©) Shear Stes Since Op = 0. then Ans. 565 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 566 $ 2010 Puason Eduaon, Ine, Upper Sado Rives NI. Al ahs reserved This mater protected unde al opyriht ans as they cue ‘als No portion of is atta aay be vprducd, i Zou o by aay sans ihout prasion a Wis ios the pubs. 42, The bar has 4 diameter of 80 ma, Determine the stress components that act at point A and show the results ‘on volume element losated at this point ont pivot he FRDot it peso ia : o)-8 & no) ,5(S)oa)=0 SkN 3F,~6: 2F, asa(2)as 6410-2 mt Feo0e' Referring to Fb, @), For point A,y = ~0.04m and z = D.Then =09U01-0.09 17 90(10%P3 17.9 MPa (C) Ans, ‘Toe transverse shear sress developed at point A is ViQsa (0) rs (oa)px YA@ae _ nfo] Fes} it (0.64(10%) ar (08) = 1.06110) Pa = 1.06 Ans ‘Thestate stress for point A can be represented by the volume element shown in Fac, 566 —h— 08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S67 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, fae, Upper Sade River, NE. All sgh served This matali protected ural copright mas hay crzently sais No portion of tis mate may bo oproduced, ny form oy aay mous witout pemsio a Nl os tho pubs. 8-42, Continued 79M Pa, B N06 MPa, «) (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 568 $ (©2010 Person Bacto, Lee, Upper Sadte River. NI. A eghs ore Ts mate protected under al copy ans as they currently cist No porno hs ata rn be rprccd ae form ory ty mene whut peri nwa he pubeber, B43, The bar has a diameter of 80 mma Determise dhe stress componsats that act at point B and show the results ‘in. Voline element located at his pont 12kNem ur(joo=0 a, “ se, mees(3)09) 0 ay -ostnem (004) = 064(10"*)e wt fering to Fe, (eo-¥4" 2510)! le “i ara sen cnt ening enh Tn My, Mot ae Ror poiat By = Oand ¢ = 0.04e-Then 12005004) OL ~2387(0") Pa = 289 MPa (C) Ans. “The transverse shear stress developed at pot is Vuoa _ sunrfa2er00-] at (0.64(10°*) xr (0.08) (rw) = 0,7058(10°) MPa = 0.706 MPa Ans. 568 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 869 $ (© 2010 Pearson Edvation, fae, Upper Sade River, NE. Al sighs sserved This matali protected ural opytiht ow thay catzently sais No portion of tis mate may bo oproduced, ny form oy aay mous witout pemsio a Nl os tho pubs. 8-43. Continued (ra) = MA@2 ‘am. ‘The state of stress for point B can be represented by the volume element shown in 1 tos oem T 8 08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 870 $ ‘©2010 Pearson EdueationLne, Upper Sadie River, NI All sgh esrved This mati protected unr al copyright lane ex hey cently ‘als No portion of hs atta ay be vprdacd, in foo by any sbuns without pasion a Was iow he publsber ‘$4. Determine the sormal stress developed at points ox ‘A aod B. Nepoet the Weight ofthe block. 3 Refering o Fi. 3E=(Fps -6-12=P = -180kip 3M,= (Aly) 6(L5) ~ 12015) = My My = ~9.00ipin EM_=(Ma}i 128) ~ 63) = Mp Me I80kip-in ‘The cross-sectional area and moment oferta about the y and z axes ofthe cross A= 6G) = 18i For point A,y = 3ia,and 2 = ~15in, =180 1806) , -9.00(-15) 4-50 Su TBS = “200 ksi = L00Bsi(C) For point B,y = 3inand z ~ 1. in. em ; 3.00 ksi (C) Ams. | @ 370 (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page S71 $ (© 2010 Pesca Euan, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. AU sghis served Timea is potected under all copyaht aw os thay cently ‘ast No porto of hs mate aay to roproduced, i ny foun os by ay uss Wut persion sNews topublsbe “$48, Skotch the normal toss isibation actinzover the «2s setion at section ana Neglect the weight ofthe block. Referring to Fig, Pads —6-12=P FE EM, = (Ma): 6.8) ~ 120.8) = Mt, Ma) 128) —6(3)= Me My 1s 0kip ‘The cross-sectional aca and the moment of inetis about he y and z axes ofthe A=36) 180ia? 1 oi 1, = 700) = 135i 1e= HOW) = S400 ‘The noemal stress developed isthe eombination of axial and bending tress-Thus, F_ My Mt 7, 4-7, For poiat Ay ~ 3inand g = ~L5in =8.0(-15) 1S = 100 Ksi ~ 1.00 5 (©) Sin, ae 80 For poiat #,y = 3in.and z 0 —300ksi = 300431 (C) ST (08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 872 $ \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. 8-45, Continued For point C,y = —2ia,and = 15in, ‘80 180(-3) no SkO =9.00105) = =100 si = 100%81(0) Forpoint D,y = ~Sin.and z = —1.5in, _ =180_ 180(-3) | -9.00(-15) 2-50 an BS = 100K (1) “The aoemal stress distribution ove the cross-section i shown in Fig.b S72 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page 873 $ (© 2010 Pessoa Education, tac, Upper Sade River, NE. AU sphis served This mata protected unr all copvaht law shay cueatly ‘ais No porto of hs mate maybe oproduced, iy foun or by ay nua Wout perms sNews topublsber 8.46, Tre support is subjected fo the compressive load P. Delenmiae the sbeolule maximimn and minimm normal stress acting inthe materia, Section Properties Aqaa+s) Zor = Sere Interna Forces and Moment: As shown on FBD. Normal Stress: ases{ica+ 9] flat eP Alea " alate Ge, pie e | e Inert acorn ie 22 +9 Gr +00 ear 573 [08 Solutions 46060 6/28/10 8:34 AM Page 874 $ \© 2010 Person Education. Tae, Upper Sadle Rivet. A sais served Tis mate protected unr al cope ans as they cuzeatly ‘als No portion of ib atta maybe vprdacd, i fom ory any suas without prasion awl ios the pubsbr. 8-46, Continued Sabstiiting the resalt into Ea, yields [sccm a] (a+ Sap 12 12 tn ton Inorder to have minima normal stess 2 — 0 fa -25~ S74 (08 Solutions 46060 5/28/10 8:34 AM Page S75 $ (©2010 Person Education, tac, Upper Sale River, NE. A sgh served Thi mata protected under all copvaht law shay cently ‘ast No porto of ths mate aay te roproduced, i ay foun or by ay nua Wut persion ls Nt os to publsber 1 subjected tothe compressive load P. : Determine the essimum and minimum normal stress at Jntho material All horizontal evoss sections are cca Section Properties: Zoe ase) Interval Force and Moment: Asshown on FED. Norma Sins: