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Unformatted text preview: 4- 102 Knowi n ‘ . g that the r- ‘ ~ .
telmme [he Stl‘eSs at magnitude Of the Verne (a) POW A, ('17) point B, a] force P is 2; Fig. P4.102 i .103 The vertical portion of the press shown consists; of a rectangular
wall thickness r = 10 mm. Knowing that the press has been tightened
den planks being glued together until P = 20 kN, determine the stress point A, (13) point B. L_—.—l..—.—l Section (H: 200 mm 80 mm
Fig. 134.103 ' "’°-"*~«.__ _ I 25 mm\ Hg. P4.121 3|) 1n 1]] An eccentric force P is applied as shown to a steel bar of
I cross section. The strains at A and B have been measured and BI] mm
6,1 = +3501; ea = 770» 15 mm E = 200 GPa, determine (a) the distance d. (b) the magnitude
P. Fig. 134.122 1 4.129 through 4.131 The couple M is applied to a beam ofth section shown in a plane fern-liner an an I ' ' I
. ~ . ,3 g e ,8 Wlth the vertlcal. 1-.
stress at (a) paint/1, ([9) point B, (6') point D. Detﬂ l"- ,8 = 30° 1 70 mm 50 mm Fig. P4130 Fig P4 131 A inn -—- 45 A horizontal load P of magnitude 100 kN is applied to the beam
ermine the largest distance a for which the maximum tensile stress
does not exceed 75 MPa. 20 I! Dimensions in mm 20 Fig. P4145 ...
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