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Section: 1585 or 1586 (circle one) properties as shown below to the right. Also, it is knovm that the support reaction at A is 18 kips and that
the sopport reaction at D is 26 kips.
a) Plot accurate shear force and bending moment diagrams for the loading shoWn, Use the axes
provided and label key values. ’ I ' i
13) Assuming elastic behavior, ﬁnd the maximum tensile stress in the beam.
c) Now: suppose that the beam material is elostoplostic and that the loading has been increased so that
the maximum plastic moment has been reached. Show (with dimensions) the new location of the neutral axis.
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joining four pieces of wood with glue joints as shown to the right. Evaluate the minimum shear strength
(in kPa) required for the glue a) for the two glue joints at the top. is) for the single glue joint at the bottom. NAME (Last, First) 3kN 3kN ‘d _ nsmalﬁatls l M,___4____ 5M”; .3(s) n Jay.0210 +0)e=o
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21:.— ww (annexes): ‘ 755.307115‘ng) ' EGM 3520 Exam 2 Spring 2010 NAB/[E ('Last,First) Section: 1585 or 1586 (circle one) Problem 3. (34 pts) Using the maximum shear stress theory (Tresca criterion) and knowing that
the yield stress for this material is 90 ksi, use the Mohr’s circle method to ﬁnd the maximum allowable value for oz which avoids yielding if: 3) oz is compressive (1'). b) 5; is tensile (+).
c) On your ﬁrst Mohr’s circle, show the approximate position of the point corresponding to the stresses on the dotted plane shown in the element below. Label the point as the x face” and
draw on your circle an are showing the number of degrees and the direction rotated sWay from the I: face.
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course EGM 3520 taught by Professor Dickrell during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.
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