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CEE 372 Assignment 7-9 solutions

CEE 372 Assignment 7-9 solutions - .1 1 ancfi moment...

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L3) E CEE 372: Strength of Materieis Assignment No. @ {Ahswei‘ eii geestionsi Hesse provide aii steps amt heat sketehes whehevei‘ apps-epsiate} Question 1: Find the maximum. normal and shear stresses for which the beam shown. below should be designed for? Question 2: The cross—section section shown below is to carry a shear force of 200k and a bending moment of SOOkuft, respectively. Compute the following: (1) Max. tensile and compressive stresses on the beam and where they occur? (2) Max. shear stress and where it occurs? are”; H . W~fi , '7‘ - - i s 3.3 {an H Question 3 . The build—up I beam was designed to can‘y a shear force and a bending moment of 200k and. 500k~ft The top flange was nailed and the bottom flange was glued. (I) What should be the minimum shear strength of the giue? (2) The naiis were used at a spacing of 12” and their shear capacity is 100k. What is the factor of safety against failure of the nails? NM Question 4 - Circle the correct answer The bar below was applied with two equal loads P 3 30k as shown. Point C is located at 8’ from left and Uni] m Mimi and I.“ = 19ksi r... s. :2; £9 is. \a: (E? m i if “I? a T” (I) Assuming N0 SELF WEIGHT (1) The max. Shear Force this beam should be designed for is: (30 i I)k TRUE FALSE (2) The max. Shear Stress occurs at the at center of the beam TRUE FALSE (3) The max. BM this beam should he designed for is: (120 j: 2)k~i’t TRUE FALSE (4) The max. Bending Moment occurs at C TRUE FALSE (5) Section Modulus required to support the beam is: (60 :i: 2)in3 TRUE FALSE (II) It was decided to use an I beam W12x50 as shown in figure. Case 1: Assuming SELF WEIGHT (1) The max. Shear Force this beam should be designed for is: (36 i1)k TRUE FALSE (2) The max. Shear Stress occurs at the at center of the beam TRUE FALSE (3) The max. BM this beam should be designed for is: (123 :i: 2)k~ft TRUE FALSE (4) The max. Bending Moment occurs at C TRUE FALSE (5) Section Modulus required to support the beam is: (60 i 2)in3 TRUE FALSE (6) This beam is safe - TRUE FALSE (7) The maximum normal Eehsiie stress in this beam is: (22 i- 2)ksi TRUE FALSE (8) The maximum normai compressive stress in this beam is: (22 i 2)ksi TRUE FALSE (HI) It was decided to use an I beam W1 2X50 as shown in figure. Case 2: Assuming SELF WEIGHT (1) The max. Shear Force this beam should be designed for is: (30 i l)k TRUE FALSE (2) The max. Shear Stress occurs at the at center of the beam TRUE FALSE (3) The max. BM this beam should be designed for is: (123 i 2)k—ft TRUE FALSE (4) The max. 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EXEE cmXEE vaEE ocxmts Exfia 338:5 omxflg «.mxfli c.3223 mmeE mmxii cflXEE meEE’ thozs EIXEE, DEXEE :‘XE‘S owmxwmg g X v~>> Mm: x “NP; Nmm X mm‘s a :NXo 2X56; 5me mmxmg mme‘S tcmwnémmga :9:wa ma 365 H 35/ H u BEES: 5:03, .I. m. Etna—Co “5&9: H ~ Eon—302 ,zfim ..E% .3: ,zcmanmcoU 52w .3 3:335 562.92,“. E: E can t a .:§LE:._€U 33%;? FEB: mm: :m 335 9:525 8: ES“ «5:928 v.63 335 32E :2 St E mEcha @233 E ..utfifi 2: 2 En .5 ma muEumEm Em mummy? _u2m-?,:zu:.:m an“ who mafia»; 2: .335 wzmaozfiw E: E mmmfiim Amwkmhmfimnhwmdmywm Questior. § @0 paints) ’ Find the maximum shear and normal stress for which the beam shown be§ow shQuEd be designad for? L3» _ Mj/gaiéfl . w... MmfiWh-stwm 'WWWW""m""“"""""" W “W"-unw-w-n-n‘m...‘”WWW W gagififlyu—Mmmm m WWW Question 4 — Circle the correct answer The bar beiow was applied with two equal loads P= 30k as shown. Point (3 is located at 8’ from left and. Um — 243(5E and Tan— w Itiksi ? a. g 9 it... _-? Cassi» (1) Assuming seem WEiG-H'i“ (1} The max. Shear Force this beam-should he designed for is: (30 :l: 1)]; @D FALSE (2) The max. Shear Stress occurs at the tit-center of the beam TEETE @fi {3) The max. BM. this beam-should be designed for is: (120 :t 2)}C-fi (II/RUE“; FALSE (4) The max. Bending Moment. occurs-at C {gig} FALSE (5) Section Modulus required to support the beam is: (66 i 2)'in3 £13139 FALSE (iii) it was decided to rise as i heath WiZXS‘S as shown in figure. Case I: Assuming SELF WEIGHT (1) riI‘he' mas. Shear Force this beam should he designed for-is: (30 i 1)]; FALSE (2) The max. Shear18tres's occurs at'the at center of the beam E-ALSE 3' (3) The max. BM this beam should he designed for is: (123 i 2)ls:~ft FALSE (4) T he max. Bending Moment occurs at C FALSE-:59 (5) Section Modulus required to support the beam is: I (60 i It)“:3 EXISE (6) This beam is safe FALSE (7) The maximum nor-ma} tensile stress in this beam is: (22 :l: 2)l{si FALSE {8) The maximum normai compressive stress in this beam is: (22 :l: 2}itsi FALSE (IE) it was tiecitied to use an. i beam WiZsSii as show: in figure. Case 2: Assuming secs WEIGHT . (1) The max. Shear Force this beam should be designed for is: {30 1 13k F532??? (2) The max. Shear Stress occurs at theat center of the beam EALSi? {3) The max. BM this beam should he fiesigned for is: - (123 i 2)it~i't _ _ _ FAESE (4) The max. Bending Moment occurs at C _ TRUE fig) (5) Section Modulus required to support the beam is: (49 :3: 2)iri3 TRUE (EELS? (6} This beam is safe TRUE @29 {7) The maximum normal tensile stress in this beam is: (100 i 2)i<si TRUE @@ (8) The maximom normal compressive stress in this beam is: (100 i 2)ltsi TRUE FALSE ...
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