EM 306-Exam2_Spring2007

EM 306-Exam2_Spring2007 - The University of Texas at Austin...

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Unformatted text preview: The University of Texas at Austin EM 306 — Statics Exam #2, Spring 2007 Time: 9:30 — 10:50 am, Thursday, April 19 Place: CPE 2.214 Unique number (circle one): 13255 13265 13270 13275 13280 Tue 3 5 " 7 Closed books, notes, and homework. 1. See ﬁgure below. The mass of the suspended weight is 12 kg. (a) Find the reactions at A and E (15 points); (b) Draw the free body diagram for member ABC and ﬁnd all the forces acting on it (20); (c) Draw the free body diagram for member BDE and ﬁnéj a the forces acting on it (15). 3 "go to 2. See ﬁgure below. A beam is subjected to a distributed load (a) Find the reactions at the pin and the roller supportsM (b) Find the internal force and moment at section A (20) (0) Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams (#0) E (“991000 (4.5) + R“ (a: — 500% 9‘5 :0 Kg 2 ’60,? (“>4 §;?_°‘°9%£f’1;3 8 h = H 7 z. 5’ Ho 2 : {1.3+ W72: —-2000vq,m} _. (7 if; : damn,» 4“}?60 M {4—1274 RP: (2’27" {WEN \7 300 lb/ft —— n 3 \ s X -‘ Jo 515W.) “ij 0‘ 3 £ at x Y : 3g nﬁx +(ooycx Mo, I» J an _ ’ [L‘iﬂly + ZOO y y ’ 5 C a a, 013:» i“ “— 1&19’400 27000 Q: A 3 ’\ ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course E M 306 taught by Professor Rodin during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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