q4_01f - assuming that it is loaded in tension through pins...

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ME 466 - Machine Design NAME _________________________________ Fall Semester, 2001 Quiz 4, 25 Points, Open Book 1. (13 Points) Complete the blanks in the following table by providing your best estimates for the material properties indicated: Material Yield Strength Ultimate Strength Modulus of Elasticity % Elongation (in 2") 7075-T6 Aluminum 4140 Steel, oil quenched and tempered at 600º F 1040 Normalized Steel Tool Steel heat treated to 40 Rockwell C Tool Steel heat treated to 300 Brinell 2. (5 Points) Determine the maximum nominal stress (i.e., ignore stress concentrations) in the link shown
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Unformatted text preview: assuming that it is loaded in tension through pins going through the holes. Max Stress: _____________ 3. (7 Points) Determine the maximum shearing stress in the steel tube shown. Max Shear Stress: _____________ 1.25" 0.75" 0.75" 5.50" 1/4" thick 1040 steel 800 lb 800 lb 5/8" dia holes 0.10" wall thickness 1.50" outside diameter 15.00" 40 ft. lb. 40 ft. lb....
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course MAE 466 taught by Professor Wallace during the Fall '09 term at University of Alabama - Huntsville.

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