ha9 - 16.20 Handed Out: Lecture 36 Due: Lecture 43 HOME...

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16.20 Handed Out: Lecture 36 Due: Lecture 43 HOME ASSIGNMENT #9 (accompanies Design Problem #4) Warm-Up Exercises None Practice Problems None Application Tasks Consider the circular shell beam cross-section shown in the accompanying figure. This cross section has four stringers connected by skins. There is also a floor connecting two stringers across the cross-section. The top and bottom stringers have the same area A 1 while the left and right stringers have the same area A 2 . The stringers are all made of the same material with modulus E. The skins are made of the same material with shear modulus G and all have the same thickness, t s . The floor is made of the same material as the skins but has a different thickness, t f . The radius of the cross-section is R. A 2 z y R A 1 A 1 A 2 t s t f
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16.20 Home Assignment #9 Page 2 Fall, 2002 This cross-section is a generalization of the cross-section to be considered for the aft fuselage in Design Problem #4. You are to analyze the response of the shell
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