ME260_Final_exam_2007

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Unformatted text preview: Instructor: THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Department of Mechanical Engineering Sessional Examination —— December 7, 2007 V Mech 260 - Introduction to Mechanics of Materials - Section 10] J. Mikkelsen Time: 2.5 hours~ One sheet (double-sided) of hand written notes allowed. ’ Draw a box around your answers and clearly indicate units. All questions carry marks as indicated. Show all work, including any equations used. 1. (10 points total) a) In plane stress there are two principal stresses and in plane strain there are three principal stresses. True or False? Explain. b) The best place to drill a hole in a beam is ‘ through the centroid. True or False? Explain c) If you know the geometry of the cross section and the maximum bending stress on a cross section, then the bending normal stress at any point on the cross section can be found. True or False? Explain. (20 points) The engine of a helicopter delivers 700 horsepower to the rotor shaft, AB, at a rotational speed of 1400 rpm. The shaft is 2 feet long with an allowable shear stress of Ianow = 8 ksi. In addition, the angle of twist for the shaft must not exceed 10°.(l hp = 550 ft-lb/sec) (a) (5 pts) Determine the torque delivered to the shaft. (b) (15 pts) Determine the diameter of the shaft to'the nearest 1/8 inch for this application. c) Associate the stress cube with the appropriate Mohr circle given: Circle C ‘ Circle D Circle E Circle F 60 MPa 30 MPa 60 MP3 30 MPa 20 MPa Mech 260 (sections 101) - December 2007 examination Page 1 of 4 3. (25 pts) The assembly consists of a steel rod (A), a bronze bar (B), and a rigid bearing plate (C) fastened to the steel rod. A 0.015inch gap separates the plate and bronze bar BEFORE the assembly is loaded. ' Ame; = 2.5m? Abm = 3.75 inz. Esteel = x106 pSi, astee] = 6.6 x10-6/OF. Ebronze = x106 pSi, “bronze = "10'6/0F. (a) (5 pts) Determine the load required to close the gap. (b) (10 pts) Determine the temperature required to close the gap. (0) (10 pts) If a load of? = 5000 lbs is used and the temperature is raised 60 °F, Determine the ﬁnal position of the steel rod and the stress in the steel rod. 4. (20 pts) Beam AC rests on a cantilever beam DE as shown. Two steel W410 * 39 Wide Flange Section are used for each beam (Esteel = 2‘00GPa). a) (5 pts) The reactions at A, C, and E. b) (10 pts) The deflection of point B. c) (5 pts) The deﬂection of point D. Mech 260 (sections 101) - December 2007 examination Page 2 of 4 5. (25 pts.) The solid circular shaft has a yield strength, cyield = 64 ksi. For R = 8.5 kip, determine the following: a) (5 pts.) Determine the reactions at Point A. b) (10 pts.) The maximum normal stress and maximum shear stress at point A. c) (10 pts) Determine if the shaft will fail according to the i) maximum shear stress theory and ii) maximum distortion energy method. Recall that for a circle, I x = i717”4 2?: . 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