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662_Mechanics SolutionInstructors_Sol.Manual-Mechanics_Materials_7e.book_Gere_light.1

# 662_Mechanics SolutionInstructors_Sol.Manual-Mechanics_Materials_7e.book_Gere_light.1

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656 CHAPTER 8 Applications of Plane Stress Solution 8.3-1 Scuba tank Cylindrical pressure vessel p 1600 psi n 2.0 d 7.0 in. r 3.5 in. s Y 35,000 psi Y 16,000 psi Find required wall thickness t . (1) B ASED ON TENSION ( EQ . 8-5) (2) B ASED ON SHEAR ( EQ . 8-10) Shear governs since t 2 t 1 t min 0.350 in. ; t 2 pr 2 t allow (1600 psi)(3.5 in.) 2(8,000 psi) 0.350 in. t max pr 2 t t 1 pr s allow (1600 psi)(3.5 in.) 17,500 psi 0.320 in. s max pr t s allow s Y n 17,500 psi t allow t Y n 8,000 psi Problem 8.3-2 A tall standpipe with an open top (see figure) has diameter d 2.2 m and wall thickness t 20 mm. (a) What height h of water will produce a circumferential stress of 12 MPa in the wall of the standpipe? (b) What is the axial stress in the wall of the tank due to the water pressure?

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