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# 100848 - EM 306 — Statics.y 130 mm 5400 N C a Good luck V...

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Unformatted text preview: EM 306 — Statics .y ;;;; 130 mm 5400 N C a? Good luck! V S rin 2009-Kontsos Problem 3 35 For the structure of Figure 3: i) [10 points] Draw its free- iagram. ii) [25 points] Determine the ctions at points A and C and the forces in member AD EM 306 — Statics S rin 2009 - Kontsos Name: EID: g j _ (07 Unique Number: l E] 63 (5 Instructions: This is a closed book, closed notes test. You are allowed to use calculators. The duration of the test is 1.5 hours. P = 10 kN Problem 1 \$40 points): Figure 1 shows a linearly increasing load qu between points A and B with maximum value qu, a concentrated load P at point P and a uniformly distributed load q; between points F and A, all applied on a beam which is supported by a rollerlat point B and a pin at A. A i) [5 points] 5‘ Draw its free-body diagram and determine the reactions at the given supports. ‘ Figure 1 ii) [30 points] lfﬂ Develop expression for the shear force and bending moment as a function of the distance x. l iii) [5 points] l What are the maximum shear force and bending moment values that are needed in design? Problem 2 135 points): The structureof Figure 2 is loaded by the two forces with magnitude P = 20 kN. i) [35 points] C‘ Compute the forces in all members. Figure 2 ...
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