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(30%} 2. A light pole is shown in the diagram below. The loads applied to the light pole during its life cycle are indicated in the diagram to reduce the time needed to solve this problem. You can consider all the loads to be static loads. The pole can fail at its base under such static loads. a. Calculate maximum stresses at elements A, B, and C as shown {neglect transverse shear stress). b. Using the Octahedral shear stress theory, determine if the pole is safe at points A, B, and C at the bottom of the pole as shown. E = 30 x 106 psi ; a". = ?5,000 psi; 3.. = 110,000 psi. Note: The bottom section of the pole is a hollow circular cylinder with an out- side diameter of 3" and a thickness of 0.07". 1:03?" Outside Diameter

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