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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ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday April 12, 2017
Homework Assignment 1
1. For the cantilever beam shown,
determine the reactions at the fixed
end.
2. For the roof truss shown,
determine the forces in members FH,
GH
ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday April 19, 2017
Homework Assignment 2
1. The elastic portion of the stress-strain diagram for a polymer gives us a yield stress of 60 MPa
with a corresponding strain of 0.012mm/mm.
Homework 1
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: January 12, 2017
Due Date: January 19, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handw
Homework 10
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: March 16, 2017
Instructions
Textbook problems are from Hibbeler, Mechanics of Materials, 10th edition. This assignment will
not be collected.
Problems
1. Solve Problem 12-40 from the textbook (usin
Homework 8
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: March 2, 2017
Due Date: March 9, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handwritten
Homework 9
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: March 9, 2017
Due Date: March 16, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handwritte
Homework 4
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: February 2, 2017
Due Date: February 9, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handw
Homework 5
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: February 9, 2017
Due Date: February 16, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be hand
Homework 6
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: February 16, 2017
Due Date: February 23, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be han
Homework 3
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: January 26, 2017
Due Date: February 2, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handw
Homework 2
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: January 19, 2017
Due Date: January 26, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handw
Homework 7
Course: ENG 104 (Winter Quarter, 2017)
Dated: February 23, 2017
Due Date: March 2, 2017 (5 p.m.)
Instructions
Please drop-off the homework solution in the HW drop-box on the 2nd floor of Ghausi Hall by
the due date. The homeworks can be handwri
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
profile picture, follow these instruction
ENG104: Mechanics of Materials
HW # 2, Due Oct. 10th, 2016, by 2pm, in HW box 104, second floor, Ghausi Hall.
1. A variable cross-section concrete bridge pier with top and bottom widths of 600mm and 1800mm
respectively carries a uniformly distributed load
ENG104: Mechanics of Materials
HW # 6, Due Oct. 14th, 2016, by 10:00 am, in HW box 104, second floor, Ghausi Hall.
1. A 10 f t long simply supported laminated wood bem consists of eight 1.5 in by 6 in planks
glued together to form a section 6in wide by 12
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Phil 005
June 30 2016
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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: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday April 26, 2017
Homework Assignment 3
1. The specimen shown has been cut from a
5-mm-thick sheet of vinyl (E = 3.10 GPa)
and is subjected to a 1.5-kN tensile load.
Determine (i) the
ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday May 24, 2017
Homework Assignment 6
1. Beam AB is made of three planks glued
together and is subjected, in its plane of
symmetry, to the loading shown. Knowing that
the width of eac
ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday May 31, 2017
Homework Assignment 7
1. Knowing that beam AB is an S8 X 18.4
rolled shape and that w0 = 4 kips/ft, L = 9 ft.,
and E = 29 X 106 psi (the elastic modulus),
determine (a
ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday May 17, 2017
Homework Assignment 5
1. A cast-iron machine part is acted
upon by the 3 kN-m couple shown.
Knowing that E = 165 GPa and
neglecting the effect of the fillets,
determin
ENG 104: Mechanics of Materials
Spring 2017
Professor Miller
Due Wednesday May 3, 2017
Homework Assignment 4
1. Knowing that a 0.40-in-diamter hole has
been drilled through each of the shafts AB,
BC, and CD, determine (a) the shaft in
which the maximum sh
ENG104: Mechanics of Materials
HW # 1, Due Oct. 3rd, 2016, by 2pm, in HW box 104, second floor, Ghausi Hall.
1. Two equal cylinders, each weighing 900N are placed in a box as shown below in Figure 1. Neglecting
friction between the cylinders and the box,
ENG104: Mechanics of Materials
HW # 4, Due Oct. 31st, 2016, by 2pm, in HW box 104, second floor, Ghausi Hall.
1. Three bars each made of different materials are connected together and placed between two walls
when the temperature is T1 = 12 C. Determine t