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# Civ101s_2001_exam - H U l l H UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Faculty oprpIied Science and Engineering FINAL EXAMINATION APRIL 2001 First Year ~ Programs

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Unformatted text preview: H U l l H UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Faculty oprpIied Science and Engineering FINAL EXAMINATION, APRIL, 2001 First Year ~ Programs I,2,3,4,6,7,8 and 9 CIV 101\$ - STRUCTURES, MATERIALS, AND DESIGN Examiner: Peter M. Wright NAME: (Please print clearly and underline family name) STUDENT NUMBER: CIRCLE MODEL NUMBER OF CALCULATOR CASIO 991 SHARP 520 TI 30 NOTES: 1. Be sure you have all 7' sheets of this examination paper Page 7 is blank. 2, Answer all 5 (ﬁve) equal-valued questions. 3. No other paper will be accepted for marking nor allowed on the desk. 4. The permissible calculators are listed above. DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE. H H Name Page 2 of 7 The members of the steel truss shown are rectangular hollow structural steel sections with outstdc cross-sectional dimensions ofb and 2b. and inside ones of 0.8b and 1.6b. (3) Determine the internal actions in members GH and GE (b) Determine the minimum value ofb for member GH. The modulus ofelasticjty E = 200 x lo’ MPa and the yield stress for the material is 380 MPa. The factor of safety (load factor} for yielding is to be 1,8 and for buckling it is to be 2.5. H l D 0 Name _ ‘ Page 3 of? The uni fonnly—lhick plate ABC which is the lid for the triangular ccntamcr slim-m has a weight of 600 N/m? 11 is supported by a cable CD, a ring at A which can not support a force in the z— dircclion, and a ball-and-sockct at B. (3) Sketch the free body ofthc lid (b) Determine the tension in the cable (c) Determine the reaction componean at A. Name Page 4 of 7 3. A steel beam is fabricated from 3 W356 x 6-1, and a plate 10 mm x 300 mm welded together as shown. The loading on the beam is also shown, as are the properties ofthe W356 x 64. Assuming linearly elastic material, determine the maximum tension and compression stresses due to bending moment. W1 .. no ind /m v A - l‘————>l‘a "" g ——_.__———-—n.-— .. mm». W“, AIIS X-X _ nu: r-r Thick- Thick. 1 s I s V Dung; Mn Dew. Wm. m m; (10‘ “0’ r not (10‘ r “"10" ("W'l (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) mm'l mm‘} (mm! mm'] m’) (rum) x— — x sts x 179 22715 363 373 23.9 13,0 574 ms :55 205 Hos 950 x 122 15550 363 257 21.7 11.0 367 2015 m 61 e 430 63 0 x 64 A mo 341 203 :15 1.7 m 1025 163 In [as 48.0 r x15 5710 352 171 9a 619 121 658 146 816 95‘: 378 .. .. - - v - v H 1D H 4. Name The frame shown is supported by pins at A and B. Determine: (a) the reaction components at A and B (b) the force components acting on member BCF Page 5 of 7 5. Name Page 6 nf 7 A beam has the cross-section shown. At a particular iocation along the beam the stresses due to a bending moment M are as shown in Sidewich (a) Determine the value of the maximum compression stress om“ (b) Determine the valuo: of the bending moment M Name Page 7 of? ...
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