CE334L HW 4 Solutions

CE334L HW 4 Solutions - Determine the maximum allowable...

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CE334L Fall 2011 Professor Navid Nastar Homework #4 Due: 10/31/2011, 3:30 PM (Hardcopy to be submitted in class before the lecture starts) Problem 1: A beam of T-section is loaded as shown below. Determine the maximum tensile and compressive stresses (bending stresses) in the beam. Problem 2: The wood I-beam floor joist shown below has the allowable load in shear for the glued joints between the web and the flanges of 70 lb/in in the longitudinal direction.
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Unformatted text preview: Determine the maximum allowable shear force (Vmax) for the beam. Problem 3: A composite beam constructed of a wood beam reinforced by a steel plate has the cross section shown below. The beam is simply supported with a span length of 12ft and uniformly distributed load of 200 lb/ft. Calculate the maximum bending stresses in the steel and wood if Es/Ew=20 (Es and Ew: modulus of elasticity of steel and wood respectively)....
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