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The following is the demand for a particular model of microcomputer at a particular outlet of Radio Hut during the past eight weeks Week Demand 1 50 2 55 3 49 4 49 5 53 6 69 7 65 8 9 10 11
MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #9 Solutions
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MECH 220 Mechanics of Solids I
Summer, 2015
Dep artment of Mechanical Engineering
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I
Midterm Examination, June 26th, 2015
Instructor: Ramtin Rakhsha
STUDENT NAME:
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STUDEN
Assignment 1: Internal Loads
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
1
Homework #1 Questions
Question 1. Express the reaction forces at A, B, and C joints in Fig. Q1 as a function of x:
C
Fig
Assignment 2: Internal Loads
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
2.1.
Beams
Plot the internal shear and bending moment diagrams for the following beams:
a)
2 kN
1 kN/m
4 kN
2 kNm
2m
3m
3m
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Quiz 2 Stresses due to Axial Loads
MECH 220 A01, Summer 2017
24 May 2017
11:30 - 11:45
1. (5 marks)
Stresses in a truss
To save money, the truss below is constructed fro
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Student No: V00
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Quiz 2 Stresses due to Axial Loads
MECH 220 A01, Summer 2017
24 May 2017
11:30 - 11:45
1. (5 marks)
Stresses in a truss
To save money, the truss below is constructed fro
Assignment 5: Thermal Expansion, Torsion, Stress Concentrators
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
Note that numerical answers are available for all of these problems in the textbook.
Sol
Assignment 6: Thermal Expansion, Torsion, Stress Concentrators
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
Note that numerical answers are available for all of these problems in the textbook.
Sol
Assignment 7: Bending of curved beams, and shear stress in thin members
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
Note that numerical answers are available for all of these problems in the text
Assignment 4: Axial loads, Hookes law and Torsion
MECH 220: Mechanics of Solids I, A01 Summer 2017
Note that numerical answers are available for all of these problems in the textbook.
Solutions to the
PROBLEM 1
F
8 in.
E
10 in.
A
B
C
P
D
12 in.
12 in.
The rigid bar AD is supported by two steel wires of 161 -in. diameter
(E 29 106 psi) and a pin and bracket at A. Knowing that the
wires were initiall
1.5 kN
1.5 kN
C
D
A
PROBLEM 1
B
0.3 m
0.9 m
0.3 m
Assuming that the reaction of the ground is uniformly distributed, draw
the shear and bending-moment diagrams for the beam AB and determine
the maximu
Constantinescu MECH 242 ~ Summer 2013
MECH 242 HW Assignment #8
Given Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Due in MECH 242 box next to ELW A144 on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, by 4:00pm
The HW Assignments will be co
Constantinescu MECH 242 ~ Summer 2013
MECH 242 HW Assignment #10
Given Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Due in MECH 242 box next to ELW A144 on Wednesday, July 10, 2013, by 4:00pm
The HW Assignments will be co
Constantinescu MECH 242 — Summer 2013
MECH 242 HW Assignment #9
Given Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Due in MECH 242 box next to ELW A144 on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, by 4:00pm
The HW Assignments will be col
MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #5 Questions
Instructor:
Dr. Keivan Ahmadi
This copy was made pursuant to the Fair Dealing Guidelines of the University, library databa
MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #5 Questions
Instructor:
Dr. Keivan Ahmadi
This copy was made pursuant to the Fair Dealing Guidelines of the University, library databa
MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #8 Questions
Instructor:
Dr. Keivan Ahmadi
This copy was made pursuant to the Fair Dealing Guidelines of the University, library databa
MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #6 Questions
Instructor:
Dr. Keivan Ahmadi
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MECH 220
Mechanics of Solids I
Summer 2016
Homework and Tutorial #2 Questions
Instructor:
Dr. Keivan Ahmadi
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1. A solid steel rod (radius 35 mm, E : 200 GPa, 1/ : 0.3, a : 1><10‘7/°C) is held by nuts (pitch 10 mm)
at A and B tightened against rigid end—plates of negligible thickness, to compress