Do not round intermediate calculations. Give your final answer(s) to three significant
figures.
A beam of the cross section shown is extruded from an aluminum alloy for which
Y = 250 MPa and U = 460 MPa. Using a factor of safety of 3.05, determine the la

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ENGR 2530 Strength of Materials
Sections 1, 2, and 3
Please submit homework according to the syllabus at the beginning of each class.
Homework 1: Due February 2nd, 2016
Chapter 1
Questions 2, 7, 10, 12, 61, and 68

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 7
Due March 25th, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapters 4 and 5.
4.103
4.136
4.145
5.1
5.3
5.15
5.22

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 8
Due April 1st, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapters 5.
5.46
5.54
5.69
5.74

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 2
Due February 9th, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapter 2.
2.7
2.14
2.16
2.19
2.23
2.27

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 10
Due April 15st, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapters 7.
7.16
7.26 and 7.48 (same problem do principal stresses two wa

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 4
Due February 26th, 2016
Problem 1.
Problem 2.
Problems are from Chapter 3 of the 7th edition of the text
3.7
3.11 36
3.38 37
3.41 41

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 6
Due March 11th, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapter 4.
4.3
4.11
4.20
4.21
4.39
4.52

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 3
Due February 19th, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapter 2.
2.70
2.74
2.76
2.82
2.100
2.113

ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 8
Due April 1st, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapters 6.
6.4
6.16
6.18
6.24
6.41
6.43

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ENGR-2530 Strength of Materials Fall 2015
4. The compressed-air tank AB has an inner diameter of 450 mm and a uniform wall thickness of
6 mm. Knowing that the gage pressure inside the tank is 1.2 MPa,
a) nd the state of stress at point a on the top of the

ENGR-253O Strength of Materials > Fall 2015
1. The eccentric axial force P=60 kN acts on the beam as shown.
Determine the normal stress at points A, B.
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ENGR2530 Strength of Materials Fall 2015
3. The gure shows the cross-section of a beam which is built by nailing 4 boards together as
shown. The beam is subjected to a vertical shear V=2 kips. Calculate:
a) Maximum shear stress in the beam cross-section

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Exam #1 October 2, 2008
Strength of Materials
Section 1: M, R 10:00am 11:50am
ABCD is considered to be a solid rigid member. It is supported
th of which are 2 cm in diameter. The rods are made from
dulus of 70GPa and a Poissons ratio

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l. (25 points) Determine the shear and bending moments for the following loading conditions. Label
values on the curves

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Examination 2.
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Student RJN
Section
Show all your steps in calculations.
Present your work in an organized and legible fashion.
Idicate the units for all computed quantities.
Highlight your

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Strength of Materials
Test #1
Problem Value Score
Closed book, closed notes, one 8-1/2 x 11 handwritten notes page allowed.
Tables that may or may not be needed for calculations are on the back page.
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ENG 2530 Strength of Materials
Homework 11
Due April 29st, 2016
The problems are from the 7th edition of the test book (problems change from edition to
edition)
Problems are from Chapters 8 and 9. Note this homework covers three lectures not the
norma1

ENGR-2530 Strength
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Fall 2015
Materials
3. A brass cube 50 mm on each edge is compressed in two perpendicular directions by
forces P:175 kN. (a) What is the change LV in the volume of the cube? Assume
E: 100 GPa and v : 0.34. (b) What load would have t

ENGR-2530 Strength of Materials
Fall2015
2.The beam is used to support a uniform load along CD due to the 6-kN weight of the crate. The
magnitude of the load P being supported by the cable is 10 kN. Draw the shear and moment
diagrams for the beam (AD). La

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V = w0
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x
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6
L
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Do not round intermediate calculations. Give your final answer(s) to three significant
figures.
Two columns are used to support a block weighing 3.44 kips in each of the four ways
shown. Knowing that the column of Fig. (1) is made of steel with a 1.27in.d