BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH HONOURS
STRUCTURAL LABORATORY
DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING
FACULTY OF CIVIL ANG ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

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BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH HONOURS
STRUCTURAL LABORATORY
DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING
FACULTY OF CIVIL ANG ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

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FULL REPORT

Subject Code Code & Experiment Title Course Code Date Group Name Members of Group BFC21201 BENDING MOMENT IN A BEAM 2 BFF 20 SEPTEMBER 2011 GROUP MUHAMAD ASYRAF BIN AB MALIK (DF100108) 1. MUHAMMAD IKHWAN BIN ZAINUDDIN (DF100018) 2. AHMAD FARHAN BIN RAKAWI (DF100142) 3. IDAMAZLIZA BT ISA (DF100128) 4. AINUN NAZHIRIN BINTI ABDUL JALIL (DF100076) Lecturer/Instructor/Tutor EN MOHAMMAD HAIRI BIN OSMAN Received Date Mark 27 SEPTEMBER 2011 Theory & Objective Data Analysis Result Discussion Conclusion References TOTAL Comment by examiner Received / 20% / 25% / 20% / 20% / 10% / 5% / 100%

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

UTHM

I, hereby confess that I have prepared this report on my own effort. I also admit not to receive or give any help during the preparation of this report and pledge that everything mentioned in the report is true.

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

UTHM

I, hereby confess that I have prepared this report on my own effort. I also admit not to receive or give any help during the preparation of this report and pledge that everything mentioned in the report is true.

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

UTHM

I, hereby confess that I have prepared this report on my own effort. I also admit not to receive or give any help during the preparation of this report and pledge that everything mentioned in the report is true.

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

I, hereby confess that I have prepared this report on my own effort. I also admit not to receive or give any help during the preparation of this report and pledge that everything mentioned in the report is true.

DEPARTMENT OF STRUCTURE AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

I, hereby confess that I have prepared this report on my own effort. I also admit not to receive or give any help during the preparation of this report and pledge that everything mentioned in the report is true.

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OBJECTIVE 1.1 1.2 To examine how bending moment varies with an increasing point load To examine how bending moment varies at the cut position of the beam for various loading condition

2.0

LEARNING OUTCOME 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 To application the engineering knowledge in practical application To enhance technical competency in structural engineering through laboratory application. To communicate effectively in group To identify problem, solving and finding out appropriate solution through laboratory application

3.0

INTRODUCTION The bending moment at any point along the beam is equal to the area under the shear force diagram up to that point. (Note: For a simply-supported beam, the bending moment at the ends will always be equal to zero.) To calculate the bending moment the beam must be broken up into two sections: (a) one from x = 0 to x = L/2 and (b) the other from x = L/2 to x = L. The bending moment M(x) at any point x along the beam can be found by using the following equations:

Bending moment diagrams are simply plots of the bending moment (on the y-axis) versus the position of various points along the beam (on the x-axis). Thus, the following is the generalized bending moment diagram for the beam shown above. Bending moment diagrams are simply plots of the bending moment (on the y-axis) versus the position of various points along the beam (on the x-axis). Thus, the following is the generalized bending moment diagram for the beam shown above.

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THEORY

WaL a .Equation 1 L

Part 2 Use This Statement : The bending moment at the cut is equal to the algebraic sum of the moment of force acting to the left or right of the cut

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EQUIPMENTS

RA

RB

CUT SECTION

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PROCEDURES 6.1 Part 1 6.1.1 6.1.2 Check the Digital Force Display meter reads zero with no load. Place a hanger with a 100g mass to the left of the cut.Record the Digital Force Display reading in Table 1. Repeat using any masses between 200 g and 500 g. 6.1.3 Convert the mass into a load in Newton ( multiply by 9.81 ) and the force reading into a bending moment (Nm) using the following expression: Bending Moment at the cut (N) = Displayed Force x 0.125 6.1.4 Calculate the theoretical Bending Moment at the cut and complete Table 1

6.2

Part 2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4 Check the Digital Force Display meter zero with no load. Carefully load the beam with the hangers in any positions and loads as example in Figure 2, Figure 3 and Figure 4 and complete Table 2. Convert the force reading into bending moment (Nm) using: Bending moment at a cut (Nm) = Displayed Force x 0.125 Calculate the support reaction (RA and RB) and calculated the theoretical bending moment at the cut.

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RESULTS

Experimental Bending Moment (Nm) 0 0.0875 0.1625 0.2500 0.3125 0.3875 Table 1

No 1. 2. 3.

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WaL a L

Mc

Mc 0.0935Nm

To calculate the reaction RA and RB : MA = 0 N -3.92N(0.14m)-RB(0.44m) = 0 RB = -1.25N Fy = 0 N RA + RB = 3.92 N RA = 3.92 + 1.25 = 5.17 N

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+Fy =

+Fy =

R A + RB W

+ MA = 0

+ MA = Wa - RBL RB =

Wa L Wa -W=0 L Wa L

RA +

RA = W -

RA =

WL Wa L L

RA = Mc = RA.a

W L a L

Mc

WaL a L

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Plot a graph, which compare your experimental result to those you calculated using theory. Refer graph of load versus bending moment figure 1

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Comment on the shape of the graph. What does it tell you about how bending moment varies due to an increased load? From the graph, we can get a linear graph type. When the loads increase, the bending moment will be increase too. This is because, from the normal formula bending moment =Applied Load (P) X Distance. Then, when P is increase, bending moment will increase too. So, this is almost same with the experimental value.

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Does the equation you used accurately predict the behavior of the beam? Yes, from the graph, we know that value between experimental bending moment and theoretical bending moment is almost same the different percentage is only 12.24%. Different percentage when load = 2.943N

Part 2 1.0 Comment on how the results of the experimental compare with those calculated using the theory. From the result of the experiments, for figure 2 (value bending moment is 0.1625Nm), for figure 3 (value bending moment is 0.3375Nm) and for figure 4 (value bending moment is 0.3125Nm). Compare with using theory method, for figure 2 (bending moment is 0.1738Nm), for figure 3 (value bending moment is 0.3552Nm) and for figure 4 (bending moment is 0.3258Nm).

Different percentage for figure 3

Different percentage for figure 3

2.0

Does the experimental proof that the moment at the cut is equal to the algebraic sum of the moment of force acting to the left or right of the cut. If not,why? Yes, because the bending moment can be calculate based on the data distance. This can be proven by our experiment that distance effect the bending moment.when we look at the different percentage all experiment is small.

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Plot the moment force diagram for load cases in Figure 2,3 and 4 Figure 2

Figure 3

MA = 0 MC = 2.36 ( 0.22 ) = 0.519 MD = 2.36 ( 0.26 ) 3.92 ( 0.04 ) = 0.457 MB = 2.36 ( 0.44 ) 3.92 ( 0.22 ) 0.98 ( 0.18 ) = 0 OK!!

Figure 4

MA = 0 MC = 1.88 ( 0.24 ) = 0.451 MD = 1.88 ( 0.4 ) 3.92 ( 0.16 ) = 0.125 MB = 1.88 ( 0.44 ) 3.92 ( 0.2 ) 0.98 ( 0.04 ) = 0 OK!!

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Comment on the shape of the graph. What does it tell you about how bending moment varies due to an increased load? From the bending moment diagram we sketch, for the figure 2 (the value bending moment that we can get at the cut is 0.1625Nm), for figure 3 (the value bending moment that we can get at the cut is 0.3375Nm) and for figure 4 (the value bending moment that we can get at the cut is 0.3125Nm). So, we can tell that when the same load applies at the different distance will affect the bending moment value. The value of load is depending to the distance of beam.

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CONCLUSION In conclusion, we can conclude, this experiment proves that the theory of bending moments can be proved by an experiment conducted in the laboratory. Things that affect the value of the bending moment can also be identified.

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