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Dr. Ghandour Cal Poly State University Mechanics of Materials San Luis Obispo CE 207 HW#1, HW#2 and HW#3 22- When filled to capacity, the unpressurized storage tank shown contains water to a height of 48 ft above its base. Knowing that the lower portion of the tank has a wall thickness of 0.625 in, determine the maximum normal stress and the maximum shearing stress in the tank (specific weight of water = 62.5 lb/ft 2 ) 23- The pressure tank shown has a 0.375-in wall thickness and butt welded seams forming an angle β = 20 o with a transverse plane. For a gage pressure of 85 psi, determine (a) the normal stress perpendicular to the weld, (b) the shearing stress parallel to the weld.
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Dr. Ghandour Cal Poly State University Mechanics of Materials San Luis Obispo CE 207 HW#1, HW#2 and HW#3 24- The compressed air tank AB has an inner diameter of 450 mm and a uniform wall thickness of 6 mm. knowing that the gage pressure in the tank is 1.2 MPa, determine the maximum normal stress and the maximum in-plane shearing at point a on the top of the tank.
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