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Unformatted text preview: 226 Pure Bending 2 61ll1ll~1 IJ -r-. ;"---f----,....,,.--; ..-l 54 111 III 361ll1ll --r 108 IllI1l ~I 72111111 Fig. P4.13 and P4.14 -! -t- 15111111 _t_ d = 30 111111 _1 I, , I 20 Illlll Fig. P4.16 Fig. P4.18 4.13 Know ing that a beam of the cross section shown is bent about a ho ri zonta l ax is and th at the be nd ing moment is 6 kN . m, determine the total force acting on the top fl ange. 4.14 Knowing that a beam of the cross secti on shown is bent about a hori zonta l ax is and that the bending mo ment is 6 kN . m, determine the total fo rce acting on the haded porti on of the web. 4.15 Knowing that fo r the ca ting shown the allowable stress is 6 ksi ill te nsion and 15 ks i in compress ion, determine the largest coupl e M that can be appli ed. 1~5 ill'-1 0.5 ill. 0.5 ill. -, 3 ill. ~ L-_----' ___ r O.5 ill. I~I t 2 111 . Fig. P4. 15 4.16 The bea m shown is made o f a nylon for which the allowable stress is 24 MPa in tension and 30 MPa in compression. Determ ine the largest cou- ple M that can be appli ed to the beam. ple M that can be appli ed to the beam....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2010 for the course MECHANIC MEM230 taught by Professor Fonesa during the Spring '10 term at Drexel.
- Spring '10