week 4-2 - Stress StressDistribution...

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ress Distribution Stress Distribution There is a shear stress discontinuity at the interface. eel is stiffer and carries higher stress. Steel is stiffer and carries higher stress. The shear strain is continuous.
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xample isalignment Example misalignment embers 1 and 2 Members 1 and 2 Solid, aluminum D = 1.50 in 38 i G = 3.8 ×10³ ksi L = 60 in L = 40 in An external torque at B of 820 lb · in is required to align the holes in the flange to the wall. What was the angle of misalignment?
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xample isalignment Example misalignment embers 1 and 2 Members 1 and 2 Solid, aluminum D = 1.50 in 38 i G = 3.8 ×10³ ksi L = 60 in L = 40 in After the initial torque aligns the holes, bolts are inserted at C and securely tightened. An external torque of 7500 lb in is subsequently applied at B. What is the maximum shear stresses in each segment?
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f ircular embers Torsion of Circular Members Previous torsion formulas are valid for circular shafts
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