Lab #08: Flexural Deformation
Ewald Polifrone
November 27, 2017
CIV E 302
1.
Objective
Our objective with this lab was to design and conduct an experiment in order to verify beam theory.
2.
Theory
So
Lab #05/#06: ASTM Concrete Cylinder Pour & Concrete
Compression Testing
Ewald Polifrone
November 20, 2017
CIV E 302
Theory
This very quickly became a very in depth lab with many key concepts that need
The flames at the Cocoanut Grove and the flames of corruption charring Boston
were one and the same.
On 28 November 1942, tragedy struck the city of Boston. In a basement room at the
Cocoanut Grove ni
Lab #04: Torsion of Member with Circular CrossSection
Ewald Polifrone
October 16, 2017
CIV E 302
1.
Objective
The objective in this experiment is to observe how torsion on a cylindrical member crates
Lab #03: Poissons Ratio
Ewald Polifrone
October 9, 2017
CIV E 302
Data
Measurements:
Original Length, LO: 16 in
Original Width, WO: 2.502 in
Original Thickness, TO: 0.3745 in
Load, F (lbf) Transverse
Lab #01: Tensile Testing of Steel
Ewald Polifrone
September 25, 2017
CIV E 302
1.
Objective
The objective in this experiment is to observe the tensile behavior on two types of steel when they are
test
Lab #02: Wheatstone Bridge for Strain Measurement
Ewald Polifrone
October 2, 2017
CIV E 302
Data
Point Load
Tension
Compression
Initial
Final
0.003050 0.003280
0.003565 0.003360
Distributed Load
Tensi
Do not round intermediate calculations. Give your final answer(s) to three significant figures.
Three boards, each 2 in. thick, are nailed together to form a beam that is subjected to a
vertical shear
Chapter 6: Shearing Stresses in Beams and
ThinWalled Members
1. Which equilibrium condition is used to determine the
shear center?
2. For a rectangular cross section, the shear stress
distribution ha
Do not round intermediate calculations. Give your final answer(s) to three significant figures.
0.215 m
0.130 m
3 kN
320 Nm
3 kN
The axle of an automobile is acted upon by the forces and couple shown.
Lab 1: Tensile Test of Steel
Amer AlDaraghma
CIVE 302
September 24, 2014
1.
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this experiment is to understand the material properties of steel
such as stress, strain, Youngs M
Lab 2: Wheatstone Bridge for Strain Measurement
Amer AlDaraghma
CIVE 302
September 30, 2014
1.
CALCULATIONS & RESULTS
The detailed written calculations for each load case are attached to this
lab rep
Lab #4
TORSION OF MEMBER WITH CIRCULAR CROSSSECTION:
PRINCIPAL STRAINS AND STRESSES
CIVE 302  08 March 2017
Table of Contents
1. Objective. 2
2. Theory. 2
3. Experimental Setup. 3
4. Procedure. 4
5.
Lab #3
POISSONS RATIO
CIVE 302  03/01/2017
Calculations
Tensile Stress
P 2500lbs
2687.3 psi
A' 0.93 in 2
Longitudinal Strain
LONG
initial (2685 2500) in / in
0.093in / in
2
2
Transverse Strain
TR
Lab 8: flexural deformation
Carlos Villarino
CIV E 302
April 23, 2017
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to onserve the different tyies of deformations that can
happen to a beam. From this
CivE 302 Solid Mechanics
Lab Report 1
Tensile Test of Steel
Alexis
Fall
Dial
2016
September 14, 2016
Table of Content
Objective
1
Theory.
1
Experimental
Set
Up.
2
Procedure
3
Graphs
and
Data4
Calcula
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this lab is to test the changes in concrete over time, to visualize the growth in strength as
concrete cures. Cylinders that were cured for 7, 14, 21, and 28 days will be test
Objective
The purpose of this lab is to analyze concretes strength to failure when
subjected to a compressive load over twentyeight days. Four concrete
cylinders will be made then cured and will be t
Objective
The purpose of this lab is to analyze concretes strength to failure when
subjected to a compressive load over twentyeight days. Four concrete
cylinders will be made then cured and will be t
Table of Content
Objective
1
Theory.
1
Experimental
Set
Up
.
3
Procedure
4
Data.
4
Calculations
5
Conclusions
and
Analysis7
Objective
The purpose of this lab is to identify and examine the effects of
Lab Report #8: Flexural Deformation
Saul A. Garcia
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Cive 302
April 24, 2017
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OBJECTIVE
The objective of this experiment is to show how aluminum Ibeams react when load
Discussion
Using the values calculated in the lab, we can determine what material
was tested by comparing it to the appendix of the strength of
materials. After finding the Modulus of Elasticity is ap
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Fall, 2012
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Analysis I
Dr. R. K. Dowell
for Continuous Beams
For the beams given below, use Moment Distribution to determ

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CIV E 321
Spring, 2017
Structural Analysis I
Dr. R. K. Dowell
HW 1 Truss Forces by Method of Joints
For the three truss structures given below, determine reactions and all m
CIV E 321
Spring, 2017
Structural
Analysis I
HW 2 Truss Forces by Method of Sections, Truss Displacements
Indeterminate Trusses
Dr. R. K. Dowell
by Virtual Work, Statically
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Dr. R. K. Dowell
Structural Analysis I
CIVE 321
Fall 2012
HW 4 Beam Displacements by Virtual Work and Singularity Functions
(1) For the simply supported beam shown below, use Virtual W
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Fall, 2012
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Structural Analysis I
HW 5 Beam Displacements by Castigliano's 2nd Theorem
For the beams given below, determine the vertical displacements