CE 270
Lab 5 Solution
Spring 2014
Problem 1: If the gap between C and the rigid wall at D is initially 0.15 mm, determine the support
reactions at A and D when the force P = 200 kN is applied. The assembly is made of A-36 steel.
Est = 200 GPa.
CE 270
Lab
Introduction
The purpose of this lab report is to analyze how accurate the theoretical analyses
of different trusses are. For this purpose, two of the four aluminum made trusses, namely
Warren Truss and Pratt Truss are analyzed first experimentally and th
CE 270
Lab 1 Solution
Fall 2015
Problem 1: Using method of joints, determine the force in each member of the truss shown. State
whether each member is in tension or compression. (10 pts)
CE 270
Problem 1: Contd Problem 1: Contd
Lab 1 Solution
Fall 2015
CE
CE 270: HOMEWORK NO. 10
Due: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
CE 270: HOMEWORK NO. 10
Due: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
CE 270: HOMEWORK NO. 10
Due: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 1
Due: Wed. 9/2/2015
Problem 1.1
Determine the force in each member of the
Gambrel roof truss shown using the method
of joints. State whether each member is in
tension or compression.
Pro
Prof. J eong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Fall 2015
Homework Set 6
Problem 6.1
Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the
cantilever beam.
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Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the
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CE 270
Lab 5 Solution
Fall 2015
Problem 1: If the block is subjected to the centrally applied force of 600 kN, determine the
average normal stress in the material. Show the stress acting on a differential volume element of
the material.
CE 270
Lab 5 Solut
CE 270
Lab 3 Solution
Fall 2015
Problem 1: Determine the tensions in each piece of the rigging below (TA, TAB, TAC, TBD, and
TCE) if the total lifted weight is 15 kips. Neglect the self-weight of the slings and lifting beam.
Total Structure:
= 0 ; 4 + 15
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 11
Fall 2015
Problem 11.1
Problem 11.3
A series of gears are mounted on the
1.75-in.-diameter steel shaft. Determine the
maximum shear stress developed in each segment of the shaft.
The s
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 6
Fall 2015
Problem 6.1
Problem 6.4
Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the
cantilever beam.
Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the
beam, and determine the shear and moment
through
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 12
Fall 2015
Problem 12.1
Problem 12.3
A rod is made from two segments: AB is steel
and BC is brass. It is fixed at its ends and subjected to a torque of T = 480 lb-ft. If the steel
porti
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 13
Fall 2015
Problem 13.1
Problem 13.2
The tank of the air compressor is subjected to an
internal pressure of 120 psi. If the internal
diameter of the tank is 25 in. and the wall thicknes
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 5
Fall 2015
Problem 5.1
Problem 5.4
The composite bar consists of a 0.75-in.-diameter A-36 steel segment AB and 2-in.-diameter
red brass C83400 end segments DA and CB.
Determine the avera
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 4
Problem 4.1
The composite shaft, consisting of aluminum,
copper, and steel sections, is subjected to the
loading shown. Determine the displacement of
end A with respect to end D and the
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 10
Fall 2015
Problem 10.1
Problem 10.4
Determine the equations of the elastic curve for
the beam using x 1 and x 3 coordinates. Specify
the beams maximum deflection. EI is constant.
The W
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 8
Fall 2015
Problem 8.1
Problem 8.3
The composite beam is made of brass (A)
bonded to aluminum (B) and has the cross section shown. If it is subjected to a moment of
M = 6 kN-m, determine
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 9
Fall 2015
Problem 9.1
Problem 9.3
If the beam is subjected to a shear of V = 4 kips,
determine the webs shear stress at A and B.
Indicate the shear stress components on a volume element
Prof. Jeong
CE 27000 Introductory Structural Mechanics
Homework Set 7
Fall 2015
Problem 7.1
Problem 7.3
The beam is supported by a pin support at A and
a roller support at B. Draw the shear and
moment diagrams for the beam.
The beam is subjected to a mome
BEAM DEFLECTIONS IN PURE
ELASTIC BENDING
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to compute theoretical and experimental deflection values using the double
integral method. After completing this lab, we should get a better understanding of how beam deflec
BENDING STRESSES AND
STRAINS LABORATORY
EXERCISE
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to examine the validity of the flexure formula and to examine linear
and strain distribution. One of the major aspects of civil engineering is modelling the stress an
CE 270: Truss Laboratory Exercise
Friday, September 9th, 2016
Team Members:
Kwan Fu Xuan
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab is to determine whether the theoretical model of trusses
accurately reflects their behavior? For this experiment, the concept of
CE 270: Cable Laboratory Exercise
Friday, September 16th, 2016
Team Members:
Kwan Fu Xuan
Introduction:
The purpose of the lab is to determine whether the theoretical model of cable
system accurately reflects their behavior? From this experiment, we will
AXIAL TENSION LABORATORY
EXERCISE
CE 270 Section 011, Date Performed: February 17, 2017
Lab Instructor: Madhav Sakariya
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to find the modulus of elasticity experimentally using simple tension
tests. It is important to