Road Map for Conduction Lectures
MECH 4406
Heat Transfer
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1. One Dimensional
a) Space
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Canada Research Chair in Energy & C
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properties:
Young's modulus E = Edi] GPo; Poisson '3 ratio v F cfw_13:
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CARLETON UNIVERSITY
TEST #1
FEB 8 2016
DURATION: 75 mins
No. of Students: 50
Department Name & Course Number: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering MECH 4101
Instructor(s): Dr. Shashank Pant
AUTHORIZED MEMORANDA
Course notes and calculator are permitted.
1.
APPENDIX G
Deflections and Slopes
of Beams
Table GI Deecom and slopes of cantilever beans
I; = deection in y direction
A 8
g < 5o x v' = dv/dx = slope of deection curve
\rL-l 0.
6, = v(L) = deection at right end of beam
y 0, = o'(L) = angle at right end
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APPENDIX
D
Shear, Moment, and Deflection
Equations for Beams
Appendix D-1 Shear, Moment, and Deflection Equations for Cantilever Beams
Slope at
Free End
1. Concentrated load at end
Maximum Deflection
Deflection D
at Any
MECH 41111 MECHANICS 0F BEFOWLE SHED-5'
ELASTDPLASTIC ANALYSIS
1.
A beam cit elastic-perfectly plastic material [11 m wide it cfw_1.2 tn deep is loaded it! a pure
enuple until the radius ni surname is St] at. The yield stress of the material is 13!?! MPa
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
TEST #2
MAR 16 2016
DURATION: 1 Hour 15 Minutes
No. of Students: 51
Department Name & Course Number: Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering MECH 4101
Instructor(s): Dr. Shashank Pant
AUTHORIZED MEMORANDA
Course notes and calculator are per
MECH 4101
Creep Analysis
For a gas turbine component using the data provided in Table 1. Find:
1. The expected life for the component at:
a. 650C with a stress of 240MPa
b. 970C with a stress of 40 MPa.
2. What is the maximum operation temperature if the
2.5 Alternative solution.
F2
F1
1
0
x1
2
x2
xp
1+ 2
x
Let's use xP as a coordinate of the intermediate plastic hinge, F1 as a concentrated force
equivalent to the distributed force acting between the left end of the beam and xP, F2 as a
concentrated forc
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