E X A M P L E
6.1
Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam shown in Fig. 64a.
M
A
P
x
V
P
2
C
A
B
(b)
L
2
L
2
P
(a)
L
2
Solution
M
Support Reactions.
Fig. 64d.
A
x
V
Shear and Moment Functions. The beam is sectioned at an arbitrary
distance x from
Equation Sheet for Exam #4
_
Stress
Normal (Axial)
Stresses
Torsion in a Circular
Shaft
Members in
Pure Bending
Horizontal Shear due
to Transverse Loads
_
_
_
_
x=
P
A
=
T
J
x=
M y
I
=
VQ
It
Shear Force =
Strain
=
L
=
L
x=
VQ
x
I
y
Pressurized Container
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CE 2017
ENGINEERING MECHANICS: STATICS and MECHANICS of MATERIALS
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS for EXAM #4
Text:
STATICS and MECHANICS of MATERIALS,
CHAPTER TEN PROBLEMS:
by R.C. Hibbeler, 4th Edition
TORSION
Section
D
CE/GeoE 3301
SOIL MECHANICS I LAB MANUAL
Spring 2016
Bojan Guzina
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Minnesota
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
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CE 3402W
Assignment 4
Due February 22, 2016
(Total Points = 30)
1. (8 points) A steel specimen is tested in tension. The specimen cross-section is 1.75
in wide by 0.6 in thick in the test region. By monitoring the load dial of the testing
machine, it was
Homework 6 solutions
Problem 1
An axial-flow pump of diameter D = 50 cm has the characteristic curves relating CQ to CH and CP are shown. When it is operated at a speed of
900 rpm (rotations per minute) and the pump head is 3m what will the discharge be (
Homework 5
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Spring, 2014
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT:
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK; define all variables; justify all statements
1.
A tank and piping system is shown. The galvanized pipe diameter is 1.2cm, and the t
Homework 4
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Spring 2014
Due: April 5 5:30 in lab section drop box.
FOR FULL CREDIT FOR EACH PROBLEM IN THIS ASSIGNMENT:
SHOW ALL OF YOUR WORK; define all variables; justify all statements
(1) For this siphon shown on the right, the
V
Homework 3
Fluid Mechanics CE 3502 Spring, 2014
(1) A horizontal jet of water (5 C) strikes a block as shown and is deflected 30. The mass
flow rate of the water is 1.75 kg/s. The jet has cross sectional area of 10 cm2. The block
is being pushed toward
CEGE 3502 FLUID MECHANICS
Lab Manual
(Spring 2016 Edition)
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Revised over the years by number of academic staff, including:
Michele Guala; John S. Gulliver; Kimberly Hill; Ben Janke;
Corey Markfort; Qin Qi