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Foundations of engineering mechanics (ENGGIOIO) Tutorial 3: Introduction to Stress and Strain 1. A wood tension member with a 50 mm x 100 mm
rectangular cross section will be fabricated with an
inclined glue joint (45“ 5 ¢ 5 90”) at its mid
section, as shown in Figure 1. If the allowable
stresses for the glue are 5 MPa in tension and 3
MPa in shear, determine
(a) the optimum angle g6 for the joint; and
(b) the maximum safe load P for the member. Ans: (a) 59.00, (b) 34.0 kN. Figure 1 2. Rope BD has a strength of 100 kN. The pin at
A has a diameter of 10 mm and is made of
steel with an ultimate shearing stress of 350
MPa. Determine the safety factor for the
loading shown. Note that ABC is not a truss. Ans; rope 3.81,pin3.11. A ” .5bgmm 15kN ‘L 'l—TﬂMImII—I.‘ 701} Illlll —i Figure 2 3. Three plates are joined with a 12 mm diameter pin,
as shown in Figure 3. Determine the maximum load
P that can be transmitted by the joint if (a) the maximum axial stress on a cross section at
the pin must be limited to 350 MPa;
(b) the maximum bearing stress between a plate and the pin must be limited to 650 MPa; m
(c) the maximum shearing stress on a cross section PIE
of the pin must be limited to 240 MPa; and 25 mm H 10 mm
(d) the punching shear resistance of the material in 18 mm
the top and bottom plates is 300 MP3.
Ans: (a) 113.8 kN, (b) 156 kN, Figure 3 (c) 54.3 kN, (d) 216 kN. 4. The rigid yokes B and C of Figure 4 are securely
fastened to the 50 mm square steel (E = 210 GPa) bar
AD. Determine
(a) the maximum normal stress in the bar; and
(b) the change in length of the complete bar. Ans: (a) 148.0 MPa (T), (b) 2.50 mm. 5. Figure 5 depicts an assembly consisting of a steel bolt
and an aluminium collar. The pitch of the single l‘__‘5—o—‘_"_‘l
threaded bolt is 3 mm and its cross—sectional area is
600 m2. The crosssectional area of the collar is
900 mmz. The nut is brought to a snug position and
then given an additional 1/8 of a turn. Determine the
stresses in the aluminium collar and the steel bolt. Given E5 = 200 GPa, EAl = 70 GPa —
IHHIIHHIIIIIJ’. ALUMINIUM COLLAR Figure 5
Ans: 516.4 MPa, 344.3 MPa 6. (a) Show that when a truss (elastic modulus E, cross sectional area A, thermal coefﬁcient of expansion or,
length L) is subjected to a tensile force F and
temperature change T, its elongation is: o = iL—+ OLLT
AE (b) A rigid bar is hanged by three of the trusses described
in part (a), as shown in Figure 6. Initially, the bar is
horizontal. The truss connected to joint C is then
subjected to a temperatlHe rise T , and a downward
force P is applied to the rigid bar. Is the problem
statically determinate? Determine the tensions in the
trusses and also the rotation of the rigid bar. Assume Figure 6
that the rotation is very small. Ans: TA = (7P—20LAET)/12, TB : (P +0LAET)/3, TC = (P—ZorAET)/12 Rotation = a T _ ___P_ in the clockwise direction ZAE 7. Determine the horizontal movement of point A in
Figure 7 due to a temperature drop of 450C.
Assume that member AE has an insigniﬁcant
coefﬁcient of thermal expansion. The coefﬁcients
of thermal expansion are 11.9x10'6 / 0C for the steel and 22.5 x 106 / 0C for the aluminum alloy. Ans: 1.27 mm id 300 mm >1 8. A 150 mm diameter by 200 mm long polymer (ED = 2.10 GPa) cylinder is attached to a 45 mm diameter by 400 mm long brass (E, = 100 GPa) rod by using the ﬂange type of connection shown in Figure 8. A 0.15 mm clearance exists between the parts as a result of machining error. If the bolts are inserted and tightened, determine _% _(_ 0.15 mm (a) the axial stresses produced in each of the
members; and (b) the ﬁnal position of the ﬂange—polymer
interface after assembly, with respect to the leﬁ
support. 400 mm Ans: (a) 1.074 MPa (T), 11.93 MPa (I);
(b) 200.1023 mm.
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