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MMAN 3400 Mechanics of solids 2
Pressure Vessel Lab report
Jiapeng Yu
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This repot discusses stresses, modulus of elas3city, and Poissons Ra3o of thin wall
pressure vessel by doing experiments, which inc

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MMAN 3400 Mechanics of solids 2
Unsymmetrical Bending and Shear Centre Lab report
Jiapeng Yu
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Submit on: 06/05/2016
IntroducKon:
This report includes two parts: unsymmetrical bending and shear centre. Unsymmetrical
bending experiment show

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Example (1)
Example (2)
Determine the moment and reaction force at
the built in end.
Example (3)
Determine the reaction at support C. EI is
constant for both beams.
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Welcome!
Lecture 1
Stephen Bremner
Michael Richards
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Stephen Bremner
Michael Richards
Steve Limpert
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Some Important Details
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MECH3400 Mechanics of Solids 2
Lecture 17 - 19
FRACTURE MECHANICS
The static failure theories assume that the material is perfectly homogeneous
and isotropic, and thus free from any defects such as cracks, voids, or
inclusions, which could serve as stress

SHEAR STRESSES AND SHEAR FLOWS IN BEAMS
(7.1 to7.5)
Objectives:
Determine shear stress in a prismatic beam
Determine the shear flow in a built-up beam
Determine the shear flow in thin-walled beam
Determine the shear center of a cross section
SHEAR IN

FLEXURAL (BENDING) STRESS IN
NON-HOMOGENEOUS BEAMS
Composite Beams:
Constructed of two or more different materials to develop more
efficient means for supporting loads.
fibres
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Strain,
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MOMENT OF INERTIA FOR AN AREA
2nd moment of an area
To calculate centroid of an area we used;
First moment of area =
For some topics in Mechanics of Solids we need second moment
of area,
2 , referred to as the moment of inertia for an area
Consider the

SHEAR CENTRE
If the transverse shear force V is applied along an axis
of symmetry (principal axis), then the beam will bend
without any rotation (twisting).
bending only
F2 = V/2
If V is applied perpendicular to an axis of symmetry (principal axis),
V =

MMAN3400 QUIZ 1
Date: 16/03/2016 (Thursday)
Time: Between 5 pm and 6 pm (50 minutes)
Closed book quiz
Answer booklets provided
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UNSYMMETRIC BENDING
So far, we looked at simple bending
But in practice,
Unsymmetrical loading
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STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES
(Ref: 12.9)
Equilibrium equations for 2D problems 3
Equilibrium equations for 3D problems 6
Determinate structures are those structures
for which we can use equilibrium equations
alone to determine unknown forces and

Method of Unit Load Applied to
Trusses
Trusses are structures made of two-force members.
Members are pin jointed to each other and forces
are applied at joints.
Two-force members:
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