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0301 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
3 Torsion Torsional Deformations Problem 3.21 A copper rod of length L 18.0 in. is to be twisted by torques T (see figure) until the angle of rotation between the ends of the rod is 3.0. If the allowable shear strain in the copper is 0.0006 rad, what is

0303 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
SECTION 3.9 Strain Energy in Torsion 237 Solution 3.92 T d Copper bar T (A) STRAIN ENERGY U T 2L 2GIP d2Lt2 max 16G Substitute numerical values: U 5.36 J d 3tmax 16 2 L L 2G 32 d4 (Eq. 2) G L d max 45 GPa 0.75 m 40 mm 32 MPa 16T d3 d4 32 T d 3tmax 16 (Eq

Torrent Downloaded From Demonoid.com
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
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T2s
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLIDS
MEGR2144 Mechanics of Solids Test 2 March 13, 2013 Instructions: Draw freebody diagrams wherever necessary. Any evidence of academic dishonesty will result in a grade of 0 to all the individuals involved. Show the units next to your answers. Answer the

0802 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
524 CHAPTER 8 Applications of Plane Stress Combined Loadings The problems for Section 8.5 are to be solved assuming that the structures behave linearly elastically and that the stresses caused by two or more loads may be superimposed to obtain the resulta

Test3_Solns
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLIDS
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Casting_fundamentals
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 The Great Buddha of Kamakura Casting Fundamentals A bell for the Pennsylvania State House was cast in London England however London, England, however, it cracked soon after it arrived in Philadelphia. Muzzle of 3 inch Parrott Rifle, Model of 186

Ceramics
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Ceramics MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Metals Ferrous Steels Stainless steels Tool and die steels Cast Irons Nonferrous Aluminum Copper Titanium Tungsten Plastics Plastics Ceramics Oxides Nitrides Carbides Glasses Graphite Diamond Composites R

Class_Quiz_Answer_Sheet
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR2156 Class Quiz Answer Sheet _ Last name, First name _ date (mm/dd/yy) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Composites
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Composites MEGR 2180 MEGR 2180 Use of of composite materials Boeing 767 aircraft http:/oea.larc.nasa.gov/PAIS/Concept2Reality/composites.html Boeing 777 aircraft MEGR 2180 Composite materials materials Introduction Definition: a material compos

Engr_Metals_Ferrous
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Metals Plastics Ceramics Oxides Nitrides Carbides Glasses Glass Ceramics Graphite Diamond Thermosets Epoxies Phenolics Polymides Elastomers Rubbers Silicones Polyurethanes Composites Reinforced plastic Metalmatri

Engr_Metals_NonFerrous
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Engineering Metals: Aluminum and other Nonferrous Metals MEGR 2180 MEGR 2180 Nonferrous Metals Metals Aluminum Copper Magnesium Tungsten Molybdenum Titanium Nickel Cobalt MEGR 2180 Ti alloy fan alloy fan Turbo jet Engine 38% titanium 37% nickel

Equations1
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Solids Equations, Fall 2009 Test1 Axial: = P A = V A n= = L L = P A = PL AE b = P Ab k= AE L =E KML 9/10/09 = lat ax Average stress Factor of safety failure stress actual stress Constrained: th = E T L th + L R = 0 max = r L Annulus: (T ft lbs) RPM 5252 T

Fcn
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
function y = fcn(x) % FCN returns a value from a simple function expression % See file deriv.m for derivatives of these functions % BE SURE TO COMMENT OUT ALL DEFINITIONS NOT REQUIRED % function f1 y = 9.8 * 68.1 * (1exp(10*x/68.1)/x  40; % polynomial

Bisect
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
% Demonstration of Bisection Root Finding of a function % % The function is defined in the file 'fcn.m' as follows: % function y = fcn(x) % y = 9.8 * 68.1 * (1exp(10*x/68.1)/x  40; c clear; xl xu maxerror maxit = = = = input input input input ('Enter (

BendingComposite10(2)
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
KML 7/9/09 Bending of beams made of two materials (Chapter 6 in Gere) The purpose of this analysis is to transform a beams section of two materials into an imaginary section of one equivalent material and then calculate the bending stresses. Since the mom

Bending9
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Bending of singlematerial beams (Chapter 5 of Gere) KML 7/17/09 Pure bending: occurs when a beam is loaded only by bending moments (with no shear forces). Curvature, : is a measure of a how much a beam is bent under load. Radius of curvature, , is the ra

0506 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
364 CHAPTER 5 Stresses in Beams Solution 5.1211 Concrete wall t W h d F d/ 3 V W M h t b c w d W W F height of wall thickness of wall width of wall (perpendicular to the figure) weight density of concrete weight density of water depth of water weight of

0702 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
SECTION 7.3 Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stresses 443 Data for 7.315 x 3000 psi, y 12,000 psi, xy 6000 psi Solution 7.315 Plane stress 3000 psi 12,000 psi x y 6000 psi xy (a) PRINCIPAL STRESSES tan 2up 2 2 p p (b) MAXIMUM SHEAR STRESSES t max B

1002 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
SECTION 10.4 Method of Superposition 643 Problem 10.42 The propped cantilever beam shown in the figure supports a uniform load of intensity q on the lefthand half of the beam. Find the reactions RA, RB, and MA, and then draw the shearforce and bending

Alloys_and_Heat_Treatment
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Alloys and Heat Treatment and Heat Treatment MEGR 2180 Behavior and Manufacturing Properties of Materials Structure of Materials Atomic Bonds Crystalline Amorphous Polymer Chains Mechanical Properties Strength Ductility Elasticity Hardness Fatig

Homework_1_MEGR2180_F09
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Due 9/09/09 HOMEWORK 1 Fall 2009 NAME 1. Name the room temperature unit cell structures of iron, aluminum, and titanium, and indicate their interatomic distances. 2. What is the unit cell structure for iron at temperatures greater than 723 C? 3.

Homework_2_MEGR2180_F09
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Due 9/16/09 HOMEWORK 2 Fall 2009 NAME 1. For an aluminumcopper alloy that is 10% copper by weight at 600 C, a. What is the weight fraction of the solid? b. What is the composition of the solid? c. What is the weight fraction of the liquid? d. W

Homework_3_MEGR2180_F09
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Due 09/23/09 HOMEWORK 3 Fall 2009 NAME 1. Draw the fundamental shape of a binary phase diagram where the two components are mutually completely soluble and give an example of an alloy that displays this type of phase diagram. 2. Using the ironc

ThermalEffects6
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Thermal Effects Thermal effects for unconstrained objects KML 9/1/09 Parts that are made of all types of materials change dimensions with temperature if they are not constrained. The sensitivity of thermal expansion to a given change in temperature is cha

Torsion7
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
KML 1/18/06 Torsion (Chapter 3 in Gere) KML 9/4/09 Torsion is the twisting of a straight bar when it is loaded by torques that are applied about the longitudinal axis. Axial (longitudinal) moments are commonly called torques and denoted by T. Shafts are c

0207 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
160 CHAPTER 2 Axially Loaded Numbers Stress Concentrations The problems for Section 2.10 are to be solved by considering the stressconcentration factors and assuming linearly elastic behavior. Problem 2.101 The flat bars shown in parts (a) and (b) of th

0901 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
9 Deflections of Beams Differential Equations of the Deflection Curve The beams described in the problems for Section 9.2 have constant flexural rigidity EI. Problem 9.21 The deflection curve for a simple beam AB (see figure) is given by the following eq

1001 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
10 Statically Indeterminate Beams Differential Equations of the Deflection Curve The problems for Section 10.3 are to be solved by integrating the differential equations of the deflection curve. All beams have constant flexural rigidity EI. When drawing s

1102 Chap Gere
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
682 CHAPTER 11 Columns Columns with Other Support Conditions The problems for Section 11.4 are to be solved using the assumptions of ideal, slender, prismatic, linearly elastic columns (Euler buckling). Buckling occurs in the plane of the figure unless st

BendingComposite10
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
KML 7/9/09 Bending of beams made of two materials (Chapter 6 in Gere) The purpose of this analysis is to transform a beams section of two materials into an imaginary section of one equivalent material and then calculate the bending stresses. Since the mom

Test1Information
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2144 information for Test 1 Instructions that will be on the test are shown in bold: Box all answers that you want graded, show coherent solution methods, use proper units, use proper notation, use proper rounding, and use three (or four) significant

ShearTransverse11
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Transverse Shear/Nonuniform bending (Chapter 5 in Gere) KML 9/30/09 Shear forces produce nonuniform bending of beams since they generate shear stresses and bending stresses that vary over the length of beams. Curvature is not constant over the beam. Sin

Homework_4_MEGR2180_F09
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Due 10/7/09 1. What is alumina? HOMEWORK 4 Fall 2009 NAME 2. What are typical characteristics of ceramics? 3. What is Zerodur? 4. Name a commercial product which is ceramic. 5. What are the alloying elements is bronze? Name a commercial applicat

HookesLaws7a
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Hookes Laws for Axial and Shear Stress KML 9/4/09 Hookes Law for axial (normal) stress is: = E , where this equation hold for the linear, elastic range of deformation, and:  is the normal stress (with units of psi, ksi, kPa, MPa, etc.)  E is the modulus

HW2
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Find a particular solution of the given equation 1. y + y = 2ex . 2. y y y = x + 2. 3. y y + y = xex . Solve the initial value problems 4. y + y = 2x, y (0) = 1, y (0) = 2. 5. y 3y + 2y = e5x , y (0) = 0, y (0) = 3. 6. y 2y + y = 1

Manuf_overview
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 MEGR 2180 Course Introduction Manufacturing and its Importance and its Importance Man Manufacturing Latin Latinmanu factus made by hand factus Manufacturing Manufacturing is the backbone of any industrialized nation Generally the higher the leve

Mechanical_Properties_Structures_and_Transformations
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Materials and their Properties MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Metals Ferrous Steels Stainless steels Tool and die steels Cast Irons Nonferrous Aluminum Copper Titanium Tungsten Plastics Plastics Ceramics Oxides Nitrides Ca

Plastics
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
MEGR 2180 PLASTICS MEGR 2180 Engineering Materials Metals Ferrous Steels Stainless steels Tool and die steels Cast Irons Nonferrous Aluminum Copper Titanium Tungsten Plastics Plastics Ceramics Oxides Nitrides Carbides Glasses Graphite Diamond Composites R

SecondMomentsofAreaOverview9a
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
Second Moments of Area (a.k.a. Area Moments of Inertia) KML 7/17/09 Second moments of area represent the distributions of areas with respect to axes and determine the stiffnesses and load capacities of beams in bending and torsion. Second moments of area

ShearandMomentDiagramsSolids8
School: UNC Charlotte
Course: SOLID MECHANICS
KML 1/24/05 Internal Effects on Beams: Shear Force and Bending Moment KML 7/9/09 Full analysis of shear force and bending moments  compute the external reactions  section off intervals on the beam between the discontinuities. Discontinuities are sudden