Refer to Fig. P10-6. Determine the total elongation of strut AB due to a weight W=...
Refer to the diagram below. Determine the total elongation of the strut AB due to the weight of W = 14 kN. Assume the strut has a diameter of 10 mm and is made of steel with an E = 200,000 MPa.
stion 1 Determine the total vertical displacement of joint A (due to the load and tempreature change). Each bar is made of steel and has a cross-sectional area of 600 mm². Take E - 2001 GPa. Use the method of virtual work. Members AB and BC are subjected to temperature raise AT = +60 °C use a= 1.2 (10-5)/°C —15 m- 1.5m 10 KN
9.18 Two solid cylindrical rods are joined at B and loaded as shown AB is made of steel (E = 200 GPa) and rod BC of brass (E = 1 GPa). Determine (a) the total deformation of the composite rod ARC (b) the deflection of point B. P = 30 KN + 30 mm 250 mm 40 KN 300 mm -50 mm Fig. P9.18
A tie rod (1) and a pipe strut (2) are used to support a 50-kN load, as shown. The cross-sectional areas are A, =650 mm? for tie rod (1) and A_2 = 925 mm? for pipe strut (2). Both members are made of structural steel that has an elastic modulus of E = 200 GPa. (a) Determine the axial normal stresses in tie rod (1) and pipe strut (2). (b) Determine the elongation or contraction of each member. (c) Sketch...
Q.1. (10 Marks) The rigid bar AB is supported by the pin-connected rod BC that has a diameter of 25 mm and is made of A-36 steel (E = 200 GPa). Determine the magnitude of w (kN/m) that is required to displace point B 3 mm downward, 3
A tie rod (1) and a pipe strut (2) are used to support a 50-kN load, as shown. The cross-sectional areas are A1 =650 mm2 for tie rod (1) and A2 = 925 mm2 for pipe strut (2). Both members are made of structural steel that has an elastic modulus of E=200 GPa. a) Determine the axial normal stresses in tie rod (1) and pipe strut (2). b) Determine the elongation or contraction of each member. c) Sketch a deformation...
Q1. A circular rod of 12 mm diameter was tested for tension. The total elongation on a 300 mm length was 0.22 mm under a tensile load of 17 KN. Find the value of E. (2.5 Marks) Answer: Q2. A prismatic bar has a cross section of 25 mm x 50 mm and a length of 2m under an axial force of 90 KN. The measured elongation of the bar is 1.5 mm. Compute the tensile stress and strain in...
A rigid beam AB is supported by a hinge at A and by a steel wire CD, 2.50mm in diameter and 300mm long, as shown. With no load applied on the beam, the end B is 2mm above the contact point E. Determine the elongation of CD just to touch point E. For the steel wire, E=200GPa. Express your answer in mm and use two decimal places. D W = 40 kg 44 Steel wire 2.5 mm E=200 GPa 300...
Problem 6 А 300 mm di B 50 KN 250 mm d2 C P steel Section AB is made of Steel (E = 210 GPa) Section BC is made of Aluminium (EAL = 68 GPa) P = 16 KN d1 = 99 mm d2 = 49 mm 1- Calculate the maximum average normal stress on the composite rod ABC in MPa. 2- Calculate the total deformation of the composite rod ABC in mm. 3- Calculate the new length of the...
Question 2 1.7-10 A metal bar AB of weight W is suspended by a system of steel wires arranged as shown in the figure. The diameter of the wires is 2 mm, and the yield stress of the steel is 45 MPa Determine the maxium permissible weight Wmax for a factor of safety of 1.9 with respect to yielding 0.6 m 0,6 m 2.1 m 15 m 1.5 m PROB. 1.7-10