QB95C2 - dimension). a) Determine the maximum compressive...

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Name _____________________________ Seat Number ________________ Rules: No hats. Messy work will not be graded. Do your own work. Show all work for any credit. Problem 1) Using Mohr’s circle, determine the maximum normal and shearing stresses at point A, if sigma x = 2 ksi, sigma y = 6 ksi, and tau xy = 4 ksi, as shown:
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Problem 2) A simply supported, uniformly loaded beam carries 4 k/ft along its entire length. The beam is 14 feet long between pinned supports, and is 12 inches thick (across) and 20 inches deep (up and down
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Unformatted text preview: dimension). a) Determine the maximum compressive stress in the beam. b) Determine the maximum shearing stress in the beam. c) Determine the state of stress at a point 3 feet from the left end of the beam, and 8 inches down from the top of the beam. Problem 3) Draw shear and moment diagrams for the case shown below. Use the following values: w = 12k/ft, M = 800 k ft, L1 =4ft, L2 =8 ft, L3 =16ft, L4 =9 ft....
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2010 for the course CVEN 305 taught by Professor Gardoni during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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QB95C2 - dimension). a) Determine the maximum compressive...

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