Problem_Set_Ch4 - Determine the max stresses at the top and...

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Problem 4.1.1 Find the centroid and the moment of inertia. 2in 8in 6in 2in y x x’ in 143 . 6 = y 4 in 76 . 260 = I Problem 4.1.2 200mm 15mm 15mm 300mm 30mm 30mm 30mm A B 200mm Determine the maximum stress on each configuration when M=150kN · m MPa 7 . 74 MPa 3 . 114 max max = σ = σ B A
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Problem 4.1.3 50mm 50mm 180mm 10mm 10mm 30mm y Given that the max compressive stress is 100MPa and the max tensile stress is 150MPa, determine the max bending moment. m kN 9 . 41 = allow M Problem 4.1.4 200mm 15mm 15mm 300mm 30mm 330mm A B 200mm Determine the maximum moment on each configuration when σ allow =150MPa m kN 5 . 544 = m kN 197 max max = B A M M
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Problem 4.1.5
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Unformatted text preview: Determine the max stresses at the top and the bottom of the beam. y 6in 3in 1 2 d 1 d 2 2in 60in 600kips·in 600kips·in ksi 82 . 8 ksi 7 . 14 = σ − = σ bot top Problem 4.1.6 M Given that the allowable stress is16ksi in compressive and 12ksi in tension, determine the largest moment. y 1.6in 0.8in 0.5in x’ M= 1.372 kip·in Problem 4.1.7 a 2 1 2 Determine the radius curvature and max. bending stress. x’ x b h h/3 a a a a 3 max 6 a M = σ 3 max 2 6 a M = σ...
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This document was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course MECHANICAL 222 at Michigan State University.

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Problem_Set_Ch4 - Determine the max stresses at the top and...

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