05-01ChapGere.0010 - 2 q 5 A 5 (0.053 lb/in. 3 )(4.5160 in....

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Problem 5.5-11 A fiberglass pipe is lifted by a sling, as shown in the figure. The outer diameter of the pipe is 6.0 in., its thickness is 0.25 in., and its weight density is 0.053 lb/in. 3 The length of the pipe is L 5 36 ft and the distance between lifting points is s 5 11 ft. Determine the maximum bending stress in the pipe due to its own weight. Solution 5.5-11 Pipe lifted by a sling 294 CHAPTER 5 Stresses in Beams (Basic Topics) s L L 5 36 ft 5 432 in. d 2 5 6.0 in. t 5 0.25 in. s 5 11 ft 5 132 in. d 1 5 d 2 2 2 t 5 5.5 in. ± 5 0.053 lb/in. 3 a 5 ( L 2 s )/2 5 150 in. A 5 p 4 ( d 2 2 2 d 1 2 ) 5 4.5160 in.
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Unformatted text preview: 2 q 5 A 5 (0.053 lb/in. 3 )(4.5160 in. 2 ) 5 0.23935 lb/in. I 5 p 64 ( d 2 4 2 d 1 4 ) 5 18.699 in. 4 L q a a s d 1 d 2 t B ENDING-MOMENT DIAGRAM M max 5 2,692.7 lb-in. M 2 5 2 qL 4 L 2 2 s 5 2 2,171.4 lb-in. M 1 5 2 qa 2 2 5 2 2,692.7 lb-in. M AXIMUM BENDING STRESS (Tension on top) s max 5 (2,692.7 lb-in.)(3.0 in.) 18.699 in. 4 5 432 psi s max 5 M max c I c 5 d 2 2 5 3.0 in. M 1 M 1 M 2 A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark...
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