Axial_NormalStress_Lecture2

# Axial_NormalStress_Lecture2 - P Ans(a 12.73 ksi(b 130 kips...

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Axial loading – Normal stress in axially loaded members Example – Average normal stress 1. A solid circular cylindrical rod AB and a hollow circular cylindrical rod BC having a 0.5 in wall thickness are welded together and loaded as shown. (a) Determine the average normal stress in rod BC . (b) If the magnitude of the compressive stress in rod AB is 2.83 ksi, find the load

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Unformatted text preview: P . Ans : (a) 12.73 ksi (b) 130 kips A B C P 3 in 6 in 50 kips 2. The frame shown consists of four straight members ABC , DEF , BE , and CF , and each member has a 2 × 4 in rectangular cross section. Determine the average normal stress in the middle portion of (a) member BE and (b) member CF . Ans : (a) −281 psi (b) 93.8 psi...
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