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Lab 5 Combined Loading

Lab 5 Combined Loading

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Circular Beam Under Combined Loading
 Nick LeachGroup 3aMAE 244, Sec. 2, Dr. Feng November 9, 2005
 
Table of Contents:
Introduction.......................................................................................................3-4Schematics.........................................................................................................5-6Analysis of Results............................................................................................7Discussion..........................................................................................................8-11References..........................................................................................................12Appendix............................................................................................................13-172
 
Introduction:
The combined loading experiment is pertinent for engineering applications instrain gages. Strain gages are used in a variety of industrial applications for experimentalstress and failure analysis and diagnosis on machinery such as impact, dental and medicalsensors, web tension and tension sensors, force measurements in machine tools such ashydraulic and pneumatic presses, aerospace, automotive, and biometrics. Experiments areroutinely performed in the laboratories in order to determine factors like residual stress, proof testing, and also measurements of vibration, torque, bending, deflection,compression and tension, and strain.In many engineering situations, components frequently have to withstand morethan one type of load. Shafts often have to withstand torque and bending moments. Tosolve this type of design problem the components are assumed to behave in a linear manner and superposition is used (Yielding cannot occur). The stresses due to each typeof loading are determined in turn and then combined using appropriate equations or Mohr's circle.Mohr’s circle is used in this lab to display the graphical approach to the solutionsof the stress and strain values and also the angle. Introduced by Otto Mohr in 1882,Mohr's Circle illustrates principal stresses and stress transformations via a graphicalformat. The normal stesses equal the principal stresses when the stress element is alignedwith the principal directions, and the shear stress equals the maximum shear stress whenthe stress element is rotated 45° away from the principal directions. The 2D plane stressdiagram (in Figure 2) is used to draw Mohr's Circle.3

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