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Mechanics of Materials (CE130—II) The First Mid—term Examination (Spring 2004) Problem 1. Consider the following statically indeterminate system (Fig. 1). Find the reactions forces R1
and R2. Hint: The ﬂexibility is deﬁned as L and relationship between internal force and elongation of a two force bar is P = f A. Figure 1: A Statically Indeterminate System Problem 2
Consider the following two shaft system. Both shafts have circular cross section. Find the
maximum shear stress in the system. Assuming T3 = T and To 2 2T. The radius of shaft AB is
given as R = C; and the radius of shaft BC is given as R 2 2C. Hints: torsion formula
Tp 7d?“ 7' = 1—, for shafts with circular cross section , II) = 2 . (2)
p Figure 2: Torsion of a two—shaft system Problem 3
A planar circular threehinge arch consists of two segments as shown in Fig. Determine the
reaction forces at A and B caused by the application of a vertical force F. Problem 4
Consider a long ( 1000 meters in zdirection) concrete block with its both ends ﬁxed. The cross section of the concrete block (section in xy plane) is a 5 meter square. Suppose that in xy plane, Figure 3: A twobar truss system the block is subjected biaxial tensile stress load7 namely, anc = 5MPa and cry = 10MPa. This is a typical plane strain state. Let E 2 100MB; and Poisson’s ratio 1/ = 0.3. Find 02, cm, and cy. Hint:
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