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CE 112 Homework Chapter 10-1
Assigned:
2/24/2014
Due:
3/3/2014
l = 5.12E-3 in ld= -0.57E-3 in
bmin = 2.42in amin = 0.82in
T = 4.12 k-in
T = 7.95 k-in
Tall = 3.18 kN-m
TC = 4.3 k-in
dAB = 20.1mm dCD = 26.9mm dEF = 36.6mm
(a) = 4.2
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2.16 Both portions of the rod ABC are made of an aluminum for which E A— A
= 70 GPa. Knowing that the magnitude of P is 4 kN, determine (a)
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corresponding deflection of B. [H
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San Jose State University
CE 112 Homework Chapter 10-1
Assigned:
9/23/2014
Due:
9/30/2014
l = 5.12E-3 in ld= -0.57E-3 in
bmin = 2.42in amin = 0.82in
T = 4.12 k-in
T = 7.95 k-in
Tall = 3.18 kN-m
TC = 4.3 k-in
dAB = 20.1mm dCD = 26.9mm dEF = 36.6mm
(a) = 4.
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