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(Mindanao State University-General Santos City, Philippines)BSEE-(G.R.F) students ‘04

Solved ProblemsinMechanics of MaterialsES-64

1. 12-7. Determine the equations of the elastic curve using the

x

1

and

x

2

coordinates. Specify the slope at

A

and the maximum deflection.

EI

isconstant.

1.

12-10.The beam is made of two rods and is subjected to the concentratedload

P

. Determine the slope at

C

. The moments of inertia of the rods are

I

AB

and

I

AC

, and the modulus of elasticity is

E.

2.

12-13. Determine the elastic curve for the cantilevered beam, which issubjected to the couple moment

M

o

. Also compute the maximum slope andmaximum deflection of the beam.

EI

is constant.3.

12-15. Determine the deflection at the center of the beam and the slope at

B.

EI

is constant.4.

12-16. Determine the elastic curve for the simply supported beam, which issubjected to the couple moments

M

o

. Also, compute the maximum slope andthe maximum deflection of the beam.

EI

is constant.5.

12-19. Determine the equations of the elastic curve using the coordinates

x

1

and

x

2

, and specify the slope at

A

.

EI

is constant.6.

12-22.The floor beam of the airplane is subjected to the loading shown.Assuming that the fuselage exerts only vertical reactions on the ends of thebeam, determine the maximum deflection of the beam.

EI

is constant.7.

12-27. Determine the elastic curve for the simply supported beam using the

x

coordinates 0

≤

x

≤

L/2

. Also, determine the slope at

A

and the maximumdeflection of the beam.

EI

is constant.8.

12-34.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.9.

12-35.The shaft is supported at

A

by a journal bearing that exerts onlyvertical reactions on the shaft, and at

C

by a thrust bearing that exertshorizontal and vertical reactions on the shaft. Determine the equation of theelastic curve.

EI

is constant.

10.

12-37.The shafts support the two pulley loads shown. Determine theequation of the elastic curve. The bearing at

A

and

B

exerts only verticalreactions on the shaft.

EI

is constant.11.

12-38.The shafts support the two pulley loads shown. Determine theequation of the elastic curve. The bearing at

A

and

B

exerts only verticalreactions on the shaft.

EI

is constant.12.

12-43.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.13.

12-54.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.14.

12-55. Determine the slope and deflection at

B.

EI

is constant.15.

12-61. Determine the maximum slope and the maximum deflection of thebeam.

EI

is constant.16.

12-40.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.17.

12-45.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.18.

12-50. Determine the equation of the elastic curve. Specify the slope at

A.

EI

is constant.19.

12-25.The beam is subjected to the linearly varying distributed load.Determine the maximum slope of the beam.

EI

is constant.20.

12-42.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the slope and elastic curve.

EI

is constant.21.

12-45. The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the equation of the elastic curve.

EI

is constant.22.

12-46.The wooden beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine theequation of the elastic curve. Specify the deflection at the end

C

.

E

W=

1.6(10

3

) ksi.23.

12-63. Determine the deflection and slope at

C. EI

is constant.24.

12-66. Determine the deflection at

C

and the slope of the beam at

A, B,

and

C. EI

is constant.25.

12-73. Determine the slope at

B

and deflection at

C.

EI

is constant.26.

12-86.The beam is subjected to the load shown. Determine the slope at

B

and deflection at

C.

EI

is constant.1.

5-5.The copper pipe has an outer diameter of 2.50 in. and an inner diameterof 2.30 in. If it is tightly secured to the wall at C and the three torques areapplied to it as shown., determine the shear stress developed at points A and

B. These points lie on the pipe’s outer surface. Sketch the shear stress on thevolume elements located at A and B.2.

5-9. The assembly consists of two sections of galvanized steel pipeconnected together using a reducing coupling at B. The smaller pipe has anouter diameter of 0.75 in. and an inner diameter of 0.68 in., whereas thelarger pipe has an outer diameter of 1 in. and an inner diameter of 0.86 in. If the pipe is tightly secured to the wall at C, determine the maximum shearstress developed in each section of the pipe when the couple shown isapplied to the handles of the wrench.3.

5-10.The link acts as part of the elevator control for a small airplane. If theattached aluminum tube has an inner diameter of 25 mm, determine themaximum shear stress in the tube when the cable force of 600 N is applied tothe cables. Also, sketch the shear stress distribution over the cross section.4.

5-2.The solid shaft of radius

r

is subjected to a torque

T.

Determine theradius

r

of the inner cone of the shaft that resists one-half of the appliedtorque (T/2). Solve the problem two ways: (a) by using the torsion formula,(b) by finding the resultant of the shear stress distribution.5.

5-3.The solid shaft of radius

r

is subjected to a torque

T

. Determine theradius

r

of the inner core of the shaft that resists one-quarter of the appliedtorque (T/4). Solve the problem two ways: (a) by using the torsion formula,(b) by finding the resultant of the shear stress distribution.6.

5-13. A steel tube having an outer diameter of 2.5 in. is used to transmit 35hp when turning at 2700 rev/min. Determine the inner diameter

d

of the tubeto nearest 1/8 in. if the allowable shear stress is

τ

allow

= 10 ksi.7.

5-17. The steel shaft has a diameter of 1 in. and is screwed into the wallusing a wrench. Determine the maximum shear stress in the shaft if thecouple forces have a magnitude of

F

= 30 lb.8.

5-21. The 20-mm-diameter steel shafts are connected using a brass coupling.If the yield point for the steel is (τ

Y

)

st

= 100 MPa, determine the appliedtorque

T

necessary to cause the steel to yield. If

d

= 40 mm, determine themaximum shear stress in the brass. The coupling has an inner diameter of 20mm.9.

5-22. The coupling is used to connect the two shafts together. Assuming thatthe shear stress in the bolts is

uniform,

determine the number of boltsnecessary to make the maximum shear in the shaft equal to the shear stressin the bolts. Each bolt has a diameter

d

.10.

5-29. The shaft has a diameter of 80 mm and due to friction at its surfacewithin the hole, it is subjected to a variable torque described by the function

2

25

x

xt

=

N

⋅

m/m, where

x

is in meters. Determine the minimum torque

T

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