MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009
Homework#3
Due10/13/09
Date:10/06/09
ProblemsfromText:3.33,3.48,3.53
HandoutProblem3.1:
The shaft shown consists of a 30mm diameter solid section CD and a tube AC that
has an outside diameter of 45mm and an inside diameter of 35mm
MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009
Homework#2
Due10/06/09
Date: 09/29/09
Problems from Text: 2.27, 2.49, 2.51
Handout Problem 2.1:
Assume the reinforced concrete column in Problem 2.49 is to carry a total load of
150kip. Find the total force carried by the concrete
MAE 131A: FUNDAMENTALS OF SOLID MECHANICS I FALL 2010 Catalog Data: Stress and strain, generalized Hookes law. Mechanics of deformable bodies under torsional, shearing and bending loads. Deflection of beams. Stability of columns. St. Venants semi-inverse
MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009
Homework#5
Due11/03/09
Date:10/27/09
Homework Problems
3kN/m
4kN
90mm
y
1. Consider the simply-supported beam
zz
shown in Fig. 1 with a box cross-section of
110mm
6m
a constant thickness, shown at right.
2m
2m
(a) Find the reactions
MAE 131A SPRING 2017
Practice Final
Problem 1
Consider an aluminum shaft AB and a composite shaft BC. The composite shaft
BC consists of a copper core welded into a steel shell. There is no relative
sliding between copper core and steel shell. Ends A and
MAE 131A SPRING 2017
Practice Midterm 1
Problem 1:
Consider two steel cables AD and BC are supporting a rigid bar, a force F is
applied on the bar as shown in the figure. Neglect the weight of all the
members. Cross sectional area of each steel cable is 2
MAE 131A SPRING 2017
Date: 05/30/2017
Homework #8
Due Date: 06/06/2017
Problem 1
Consider a composite bar AB and a copper bar BC. The composite bar AB
consists of a copper core welded into a steel casing. There is no relative sliding
between the copper co
MAE 131A SPRING 2017
Date: 05/23/2017
Homework #7
Due Date: 05/30/2017
Problem 1
A simply supported beam ABC is subjected to a distributed load w (which
includes beams weight), as shown in the figure below. The cross section of the
beam is also shown. All
3.7 The solid spindle AB is made of a steel with an allowable shearin stress f
12_ ksi, and .sleeve CD is made of a brass with an allowable shearing guess ofo7
kSL Detmne (3)1116 largest torque T that can be applied at A ifthe allowable
shearing stress is
MAE 131A
Homework #3
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M AE131A/SE110A F all 2009 S uggested Practice Problems with Solutions 1 2/1/2009 In preparation for the Final Examination Id like to suggest that you solve for yourself the following Sample Problems and check your solution with the solution given in the
MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009 Homework#9 Due12/01/09 Date:11/24/09
Homework Problem 1. A 30-ft long, W 10 x 68 rolled steel column (assume E = 29,000ksi and y = 36ksi) supports a compressive load. Assume that both ends of the column are pin supported with respec
MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009 Homework#8 Due11/24/09 Date:11/19/09 Homework Problem
Consider a cantilever beam which is 75mm simply-supported at 2m from its right end, 3kN/m 4kN as shown in Fig. 1, having a rectangular cross-section shown at right. z 90mm (a) Id
MAE131A/SE110AFALL2009 Homework#7 Due11/17/09 Date:11/10/09 Homework Problems
1. Find the solution of each of the following differential equations and plot the resulting expressions: (a) y = 1 x, y(0) = 3; (b) y = 2 x2, y(0) = 2, y(2) = 0. Note that, here