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AEE 361 – Fall 2009 Section: ___ Name: _______________________ Homework 4 Due: Wednesday November 25, 2009 COVER SHEET HW is to be turned in with the cover sheet filled out and signed. HW is due before class one week after it is handed out. Use the systematic solution technique presented in class. I have completed this assignment on my own. I did not copy the solutions from anyone or any other source. I collaborated on this assignment with: ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ I looked at the solutions from other sources after I worked on the problem and made
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Unformatted text preview: the necessary corrections. Signature: _______________________ No member of this class shall take unfair advantage of any other member in this class. AEE 361 – Fall 2009 Section: ___ Name: _______________________ Homework 4 Due: Wednesday November 25, 2009 Problem 1. Problem 2. Derive the stresses in a large, thin plate containing a small circular hole of radius a subjected to simple tension. Follow the procedure of Ugural and Fenster, as shown in class, completing the details that were skipped in the notes. Plot the radial and circumferential stresses along the distance from the center for θ = π /2 using Matlab, Mathcad or Excel....
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