Unformatted text preview: Problem 1: Hibbeler 643 + for each loading condition (bending moment about the y or the z axes) determine the radius of curvature of the loaded beam, and the values and locations of the maximum tensile strain, and the maximum compressive strain. Problem 2: Hibbeler 644 + determine the radius of curvature of the loaded beam, and the values and locations of the maximum tensile strain and the maximum compressive strain. Problem 3: Consider a hollow shaft with the same cross sectional area of the rod in problem 2 above , and with a wall thickness t =0.1in. Determine the stress at points A and B for the same bending moment of problem 2 (300 lb x ft), sketch a 3D view of the stress distribution, determine the radius of curvature of the loaded beam, and the values and locations for the maximum tensile strain and for the maximum compressive strain. t B A 45º...
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 Spring '06
 Prof.CarolLivermore
 Mechanical Engineering, Second moment of area, Truss, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Radius of curvature, maximum tensile strain

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