SR08axl0" 2 vio 7 “5.00072 = 7B.682«10 Pa E-73.76Pa —- 4g = 53,0510 Pa Problem 2.2 2.2 A polystyrene rod of length 300 mm and diameter 12 mam is sub- ected to a 3-KN tensile load, Knowing that B = 3.4 GPa, determine (a) the elongation of the rod, (8) the normal stress in the rod R= Edt = BE oaayt = uaerni® mt = PL. Goo C03) Z eae @ SF aE e we Yeren?) = 0.002567 m S228 mm = ad) orf: eee = 26eer Pa C2265 MPa et Problem 2.3 23 A 60-m-long steel wite is subjected to 6 KN tensile force. Knowing that E = 200 GPa and that the length of the rod increases by 48 mm, determine (a) the smallest diameter that may be selected for the wire, (6) the corresponding normal B= 48xlo%m, E = 200x10 Pa oe (ex loro) GEREN TORY = 87S KIO @ d= PB =[ MSEC 2 ea nts mn AEA mn xiot < = ait S) rE xiowe = (G00 Pa 6= 160.0 MPa. 24 AS-mlength of 6 mm-diamete steel wire is to he used in a hanger. Probiem.2.4 its noted thatthe wie steches 1] tim when tensile ore Ps apie Knowing tht £ = 200 GP, detemine (a) the magsitade ofthe force P, Le Im {63 the eoresponking normal res nthe wre Az Edt = G@)loooby = 2727x104 m* a 9) fon 7 s+ fe Pe AES —Eb27 KI Geeta lore) 6G EN oe Eg Geox) Corsi) a ) O= Ee = fa = 24464 MPaProblem 2.5 25 A caster n tube s used to support a compressive load. Knowing tht £69 GGPe and that the masimam allowable change in length is 0025 9, determine (a) ‘the maximum nommal stessn the tube, (8) the sinimum wal thickness fora Toad (072 RN if the outside diameter of the tube is $0 mim, E=696Pa= GAxID" Pa es 2 = -280048$ _ 9, 00028 a ct © = 17.25 MPa ma 22 «10 yok 2 = = HTB poe Traskioe > 4784410 di dd — HA 2 got LHD. 4 = IIGB-SE mun? as = 44.363 mm t=40.-de)= 4(so-44.363) Lz 282 mm el 26 A control rod made of yellow brass must not stretch more than 3 mu when the tension in the wire is 4 EN. Knowing that &= 105 GPa and that the maximum allowable normal sess is 180 MPa, determine (a) the smallest diameter that can be selected for the rod, (6) the corresponding maximum length of the ro @ CF kK A-B= ESSE 7 BR RMA KIO Em 2 22.244 xo ral A= Hd a-f2 a = .32KIo A= S32 mm 2 PL AES _ (22.22an0" (ios x107)(3x10°) © 8" Ke falas Feo L LIS wm - Problem 2.7 2.7 Two gage marks are placed exactly 250mm apart on a 12-mm- diameter aluminum rod with = 73GPa and an ultimate stength of 140 MPa. the distance betwen the gage marks is 250.28 mm after a load 1 determine (a) the sttess inthe rod, (6) the factor of safety 0.28 110% wm B= 73x10" Pa $ = 280.2% ~250.00 0.28 mm Lo = 250 mm = 2504108 m @) o- ce~ SB - (73 410" Y(o.2a%10%) _ 750 ¥{O* = 81.76 x(0% Pa BIB MPa aa a) FS. 11 « Proprietary Material, © 200 dserbued aay form oe by Allright reserved No pst of this Manat nny e played epetced, ot 3, without he pl writen peeison ofthe publisher, ed beyord the lined rb nd edcatrs permed by MeCrawIlil for ter indidul course preparation, A odo aning dhs aval sin without permission, roversProblem 2.8 2.8 An 80-m-iong wire of S-mm diameter is made of a stel with £= 200 GPa and an ultimate tensile strength of 400 MPa. If a factor of safety of 3.2 is desired, serine (the lage allowable tension inthe wire, (the eomesponding elongation ofthe wire. (2) 6, = 4ooxl0* Pa A= Bat = BOS) 19,685 met = (9,635 110% m"| Py = GLA = Hoox10*}(19, 63g%1O*) = 7854 N Py = & : west = QUS4.N Put 245 kN we = Pb. (ausuy(go) = soo x10 m $= 50.0 mm