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The three dimensional Mohrs circle canbe drawn using these stresses as shown below: Therefore, the circle can be drawn as follows: The moment of inertia for the tube is: The critical location ds at the bottom where the bending and axial stresses are both tensile.

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Use the DET andneglect transverse shear. Determine the shear force and bending moment in the bar, and find thecritical section with the largest bending moment.

The principal normal stresses are given by 2. The reactions are determined through symmetry. Which is less costly, to increase the wall thickness or to mount a reservetray under the container?

The cross sectional area of the string is: Students should be encouraged to developtheir own creative solutions to this problem.

Neglect the transverse shear stress. This problem can be easily solved by drawing a free body diagram of one of the bernarr then applying the equations of equilibrium.

## SOLU Elementos de Maquinas – Hamrock, Bernard J. Jacobson, Bo Schmid, Steven R.

The radius of the circle is given by Equation 2. Note that the shear stress due to shear is zero at the extreme fibers where the stresses are largest.

Page From Figure 3. However, thetwo should be fairly close. SummarySince the stress is largest at the groove, this is the most likely fatigue failure location. An alternativeapproach would be to evaluate the integrals in Equation 4. Note thatthe radii of the circles are easily calculated to give the principal shear stresses see Equation 2.

The thirdprincipal stress is zero since this is a plane stress circumstance.

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Calculate Poissons ratio for the rubber. The bar cross section is constant along itslength. Toughness is defined on page as the ability to absorb energy up to fracture. The first is force equilibrium, the j.hammrock is that thedeflection of the steel and aluminum members is the same. To solve this problem, one must realize ellementos the ultimate strength is based on maximumload divided by initial area.

In this problem, the shear and momentdiagrams are obtained through the method of sections. What is the appropriate alloy for this application? All length dimensions are in meters. Eleentos whether the fiber strength of the fiber-matrix bond will determine thestrength of the composite. The center of the Mohrs circle is placed,per Equation 2.

Material properties are obtained from Table A. Recognizing that the critical section is at the wall, thecomponent stresses can be expressed as functions of the roddiameter.

Because slush and mud adhered to the bernwrd of the car, the weight was estimated to bekg. If the beams are welded together, it is as if the cross section is of one material, so from Table 4.

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For weight savings, the aluminum alloy is probably the better choice. Determination of DeflectionsPage The total strain energy is obtained by taking the sum of the individual energies.

Therefore, for the firstcase: