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ME211_sol4

Course Number: ME ME211, Fall 2010

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____2tfJci2*9.20. The support consists of threerigid plates, which areconnected together using two symmetricallyplaced rubberpads. If a vertical force of 50 N is appliedto plate A,determine the approximate vertical displacement of thisplate
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14-5. TWo hemispheres having an inner radius of 2 ft andwall thickness of 0.25 in. are fitted together,and the insidegauge pressure is reduced to 10 psi. If thecoefficient ofstaticis p. = 0.5 between the hemispheres,determine (a) the torque Tneede
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4--bHI)4\4-I+C.,&1--cr-.-iicJkd,.,U,cnOCt,LI)(*15.20. The wooden beam is subjected to a load of 12 kN.If grains of wood in the beam at point A make an angle of25 with the hothontal as shown, determine the normal andshear stress
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1 -102. The smooth rigid-body cavity is 1Ied with liquid061-T6 aluminum. When cooled it is 0012 in. from thetopof the cavity. If the top of thecavity is not covered andtemperature is increased bythe200 F, determine thestracomponents e, e, and e
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_16-35. The A-36 steel beam has a depth of 10 in. and issubjected to a constant moment M which causes the,0stress at the outer fibers to become u = 36 ksi.Determine the radius of curvature of the beam and themaximum slope and deflection.BNALPro
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4.65.OadGPFigure 1We rst draw a free-body diagram of the half cylinder as shown in Figure 2.OadGNWPFFigure 2The normal reaction force N must be perpendicular to the plane and hence to the tangent atthe point P. This force must therefore
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ME 240 13th (and final) Homework Assignment. Due Monday 12/13/10Textbook problems:8.438.628.688.798.89No. 6. Problem contributed by Prof. Scott:The bar shown is undergoing small motions ( < 1) in a horizontal plane (gravity doesnot enter this pro
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Dowling, ME 240, Fall 2010ME 240, Practice Midterm Exam #2 (100 pts total)You may use the textbook, a dictionary, class notes, homework, homework solutions, a simplecalculator (no symbolic manipulation or differential equation solving capabilities), an
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ME 211 ADDITIONAL HOMEWORK QUESTIONS1. Figure P1 shows a solid cylindrical shaft of diameter 10 mm and length 1 in, which isbuilt into a wall at one end A. At the other end B, a load of 10 kN is applied at the topand perpendicular to the wall. Also, eq
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ME 211 INTRODUCTION TO SOLID MECHANICSPractice Final ExaminationAttempt all questionsMULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS1. (2 points). Three strain gages are attached to a body with 0o , 120o , and 240o orientationrelative to the x-direction (i.e. gage (a) is
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #1 - Due September 21, 2011Problem 1: Problems 1.11, 1.12 and 1.13 of Munson, Young, Okiishi, Huebsch, 6th edition(hereafter referred to as the text)Proble
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Section 1 & 2Homework #2 - Due September 28, 2011Problem 1: Problems 2.7 and 2.9 of the text.Problem 2: Problems 2.14 and 2.15 of the text.Problem 3: Problems 2.36 and 2.37 of th
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #3 - Due October 5, 2011Problem 1: Problems 2.56, 2.60 and 2.72 of the text.Problem 2: Problems 2.83, 2.87 and 2.94 of the text.Problem 3: Problems 2.89, 2
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #4 - October 12, 2011Problem 1: problems 4.13, 4.16 and 4.19 of the text.Problem 2: Problems 4.32, 4.35 and 4.49 of the text.Problem 3: Problems 3.35 and 3
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #6 - Due Friday October 28, 2010 by 5:00pmProblem 1: Problems 5.48, 5.66 and 5.70 of the text.Problem 2:(a) Problem 5.60 of the text.(b) The results of a
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #7 - Due November 9, 2011Problem 1: Problems 6.15, 6.21 and 6.22 of the text.Problem 2: Problems 6.24 and 6.26 of the text.Problem 3: Problem 6.20 of the t
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The University of MichiganDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringME 320 - Sections 1 & 2Homework #8 - Due November 16, 2011Problem 1: Problems 6.90 and 6.93 of the text.Problem 2: Problems 6.99 and 6.102 of the text.Problem 3: Problems 6.106 and 6.107
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ME382Fall2011Midterm1Monday,October10th,2011Thisisaclosedbookexam;studentsareallowedanunmarkedcopyoftheME382databook.Showallcalculationsforfullcredit.Ifyouneedmorepaper,stapleittothebackofthisexam.T
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ME 382 Fall 2011 HW02 Solutions = 400 106 = 1000 106 = 800 106 = = = 0From Table 5.2: E = 70.3 GPa and =0.345.Problem 1: Dowling 5.163D Hookes Law: =Plugging in known values: =1 + 1 ( + ) 0.004(70,300 ) = 0.3450.0010(70,300 ) = 0.345So
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Homework 3 Solutions1.Solution:ME 382 Fall 2010 HW3 Solutions2.Solution:Page 2ME 382 Fall 2010 HW3 Solutions3.Solution:Page 3ME 382 Fall 2010 HW3 Solutions4.Solution:Page 4ME 382 Fall 2010 HW3 Solutions5.Solution:Solution:Solution:Page
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ME 382 Fall 2011 HW04 SolutionsProblem 1: Dowling 7.8Given: = 150 = 30 = 45 SF=3.0 2 + 2 + 1 , 2 = 22Plugging in given values gives:1 = 165 , 2 = 15 , 3 = 0 (a) Tresca (maximum shear stress) criterion: = max(|1 2 |, |2 3 |, |3 1 |)|1
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ME 360Fall 2011NameQuiz 0 (Not for credit)For the system at right, find a differential equation with x(t) as output andF(t) as input.
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ME 360Fall 2011NameQuiz 1For the system at right, find differential equations with outputsx1(t) and x2(t), and inputs F1 and F2. There are two dampers withdamping b, and one spring with stiffness k.Notes:By flipping x1 horizontally, the displaceme
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ME 360Fall 11 9/13/11NameQuiz 2Consider the differential equation + 5 x + 6 x = 6 1( t ) , with a unit step input and initial conditionsx()()x 0 = 0 , x 0 = 0 . (Unit step is zero for t < 0 , and one for t 0 .)a. Find the solution to the differen
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ME 360Fall 11 9/20/11NameQuiz 3The system at right consists of two masses and two dampers and av1v2prescribed velocity as input.a. Find a differential equation for the system, with prescribedM1M2velocity v2(t) as input, and velocity v1 as outpu
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ME 360Fall 11 9/27/11NameQuiz 4The system at right consists of two rotational masses and a damper,with a prescribed velocity 1 as input.a. Find a differential equation for the system, with prescribed velocity 1(t) as input, and velocity 2 as output