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9.5mm l / 1015 A column of 6am effective length is to be made frem three plates V
as shown. Using E = 200 GPa, determine the factor of safety with respect to 40 mm V buckling for a centric load of 16 kN. Fig. P10.15 MlanAWn, Ã©
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10. 22 Column AB carries a centric load P of magnitude 15 kips. Cables W BC and BD are taut and revert; motion of point 5 1n the ghlane Using Euler s
formula and a factor of safety of 2 2, and neglecting the tension in the cables, determine the maximum allowable length L. Use Eâ€” * 29 X 106 psi, VVlO X 22 Fig. 1910.22 ,.
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arrangement shown 111 Prob 10.22 Knowing that L * 24 ft determine the allow f' L48: MW<WWÂ« able centric load P if a factor of safety of 2 2 is required. Use Eâ€” â€” 29 X l06 psi V Â£
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l 10.25 Column ABC has a uniform rectangular cross section with b = 12 mm
and d = 22 mm. The column is braced in the xz plane at its midpoint C and car
ties a centric load P of magnitude 3.8 kN. Knowing that a factor of safety of 32
is required, determine the largest aï¬‚owable length L. Use E = 200 GPa. ...
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