DMC Q3 Sol - Quiz III (Solution) (1) The highest stress on...

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Unformatted text preview: Quiz III (Solution) (1) The highest stress on the bar is located at the base of the bar. It is located either on the top or the bottom on the outer surface. This is because the bar has both torsional load and bending load. For torsional load the maximum stress is located the outer surface. For bending, the maximum stress is either on the top surface (tensile stress in this case) or on the bottom surface (compressional stress in this case) Location of maximum stress b if (T ’ M.[‘ 2 M ol/2 ‘ 32M : BZXIoooNx odm £1121“ K ’ I TLcl“ ’ Eds 7L! 0.01’M3 ru 64 T léT (6“ N I! :: -—-~r~ 2 M " : Oooxo'08M :t’ I/VH> J J Ed‘s TC 3((ouolm); 5 “ 013:0 ?;0 ( F229 SURF-Ace) 37M?» C3) ( 0‘ +0 V: x y 1 -v, ‘ "7“ + r’ M + .1 2» ~ :2} _ —. ~35 + [J 5~I1+ (Liz-3‘): ..., T2- : . 1 ’2. ’0’ tx;+(Tx-ZV:2 - ll _ ’g“cx/nu(£3)z — «(7.6) mp‘k 7% = o IJ" " “L /__‘__ (7,) Conf'd V} 2 W’YMF‘L ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MECHANICAL 342 taught by Professor Baruh during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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DMC Q3 Sol - Quiz III (Solution) (1) The highest stress on...

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