Estephany Monroy Jimenez
Eng 104L
2/13/13
Laboratory #5
Simply Supported Wide Flange Beam
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the bending stress and shear stress
distributions in a simply supported wide flange beam.
Procedure: The firs
Estephany Monroy Jimenez
Eng 104L
March 6, 2013
Laboratory #7
Deflection of Wood Beams
Purpose:
beams.
In this experiment, the purpose is to investigate the deflection of wood
Procedure: First thing to do was to take all the measurements of the beam. The
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College of Engineering
E104 Midterm Exam Winter 2014 Feb. 12, 2014-
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College of Engineering
E104 Final Exam Winter 2013 March 20, 2013
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E104 Final Exam Spring 2015 June 10, 2015
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Problem 1. The trus
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ENG 104 Mechanics of Materials - Midterm Exam Spring 2004
show all work .
Problem 1- For the truss structure shown below, determine.
a) the maximum allowable load P, if the maximum allowable normal stress in the truss
members 18 100 MPa and area
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College of Engineering
E104 Midterm Exam Winter 2013 Feb. 12, 2013
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Mechanics of Materials
Exam 1
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Answer ALL four questions
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For the truss shown, calculate:
l. The forces in members BE, BC and EF [Ill marks] L5
2. The stresses in members BE, BC and EF cfw_all have crosssectiona
ENG 104 Final Quiz (Fall 2009) show all work
1. For the structure and loading shown 1n the accompanying gure: a) determine the normal and shear stresses
at point A for the material element oriented as indicated (30 points); b) show these stresses on Mohr
ENG 104
Homework 3
Due 4/14 @ 5 pm
1. Problem 7.66 from Textbook. Use Mohrs Circle. Consider both in-plane and out-ofplane shearing stress.
2. Problem 7.75 from Textbook.
3. The plate depicted below experiences the plane strain condition given
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Phil 005
June 30 2016
1. ARG analysis:
Acceptability: Premises are true statement and its a priori.
Relevance: premises are positively related to conclusion.
Grounds: Deductive valid argument
Valid: true premises and true conclusion.
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Philosophy 005
June 23 2016
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ENG 104 Mechanics of Materials Winter 2015
Homework #1
University of California, Davis
Due: Monday, January 12, 2015 in class
Math Review Problems:
1. Differentiation (assuming k is a constant and x and y are variables) (10 pts):
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i) State the chain rule
ENG 104
Homework 1
Due 3/31/16 @ 5pm
1. Add a photo of yourself in which your face is easily visible and recognizable to your
Smartsite profile. If you have already done so, move on to problem 2. To add a
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Engineering 104
Homework 5
Due 4/28/16 and 5/2/2016 @ 10am
Problem 1: Textbook Problem 2.16. Hint: The pitch of the threading is equal to the
distance an object (e.g. nut or lid) moves in the axial direction when it is turned 1
full rotation onto a
ENG 104
Homework 2
Due 4/7/16 @ 5pm
1. A rectangular plate (pictured below) with dimensions x = 0.6m, y = 0.2m, and
z = 0.01m experiences a stress state whose non-zero components are given by:
x = 10, y = 12y, xy = 12x
where the stress c
ENG 104
Homework #8
Due May 26, 2016
Problem 1: Textbook Problem 9.7. Also draw the shape of the deflected beam.
Problem 2: Textbook Problem 9.12. Also draw the shape of the deflected beam.
Problem 3: Textbook Problem 9.15. Also draw the shape
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Mechanics of Materials
Exam 1
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Answer ALL four questions
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For the truss shown. calculate:
I. The forces in members BE, BC and EF [ID marks] L5
2. The stresses in members HE, BC and EF [all have crosssectional
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
College of Engineering
E104 Final Exam Winter 2014 March 18, 2014
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E104 Midterm Exam Fall 2015 Nov. 9, 2015
All ve problems are of equal weight. Please be sure to write your name at the top of
the rst page before turning in. No electronic devices except for calculato