14 views

Uploaded by Jude Maala Onanad

structural analysis

structural analysis

© All Rights Reserved

- Fundamentals of Mountain Resort Base Village Design- A Critical R
- Calculator Technique for Solving Volume Flow Rate Problems in Calculus
- stress
- Soil Mechanics Solutions to Simple Problems
- reviewsheet_ap02
- Prison Design
- sample bill of materials
- Calculator Techniques for Solving Progression Problems
- Reinforced Concrete Design FILE
- Skeletal Muscle Physiology
- Algebra 1
- 38842684-Determination-of-Moisture-Content.docx
- Mindoro Fishport and Seafood Processing Commercial Complex
- Plumbing Notes 1
- SAMPLE CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS
- calc tech
- Earthquake Facts
- X 016 European and Colonial Architecture
- 00 Calculator Techniques 01
- Strength of Materials 4th Edition by Pytel and Singer

You are on page 1of 15

Strength of Materials

Example:

Bolts at A and B are in single shear with an allowable shear

stress of

allow

= 120 MPa. Select the minimum size of bolt

required if bolts are available in diameters with one mm

increments

Draw the free body diagram of BCD

Take moments about B to find the tension in AC:

Find the reaction at B:

Find the reaction at B:

We dont need the direction of the reaction at B, just the

magnitude.

Let the diameter of the bolt at A

be d

A

. The tension in AC is equal to

the internal resisting force:

A 10 mm diameter bolt is required at A

Let the diameter of the bolt at B

be d

B

. The reaction at B is equal to

the internal resisting force on the bolt:

A 9 mm diameter bolt is required at B

Exercise:

Repeat the previous exercise

but assume that the bolts

are now in double shear.

Solutions:

7 mm bolt required at A and 7 mm bolt required at B

when one body presses against another, bearing

stress occurs

this is what we typically think of as pressure

bearing stress is assumed to be uniformly distributed

over the contact area

bearing stress is given by:

Bearing Stress

Example:

The collar bearing shown is subject to a 250 kN force. The

collar is 12.5 mm thick.

Find d and D (to the nearest mm) so that the allowable

normal stress in the column of = 140 Mpa, the allowable

shear stress in the collar of = 100 Mpa and the allowable

bearing stress between the collar and the support of

b

= 35 Mpa is not exceeded.

Solution:

Find d so that the normal stress in

the column is not exceeded:

A diameter of d = 48 mm is required for the column so

that the allowable normal stress is not exceeded

Solution:

Find d so that the shear stress in

the collar is not exceeded (note: t is

the thickness of the collar):

A diameter of 64 mm is required for the column so that the

shear stress is not exceeded

Choose d = 64 mm so that both

allow

and

allow

are satisfied

Find D so that the bearing stress is

not exceeded:

A diameter of D = 115 mm is required for the collar so

that the allowable bearing stress is not exceeded

- Calculator Technique for Solving Volume Flow Rate Problems in CalculusUploaded byMarjorie Lacsamana Llanes
- stressUploaded byGaurav Kumar
- Soil Mechanics Solutions to Simple ProblemsUploaded byB Norbert
- sample bill of materialsUploaded byJames Alvin Cupino Nealega
- Calculator Techniques for Solving Progression ProblemsUploaded byRichard Regidor
- Algebra 1Uploaded byxnell
- 38842684-Determination-of-Moisture-Content.docxUploaded byDara Faye Fajarda
- SAMPLE CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONSUploaded byDan Denna
- calc techUploaded byEzio Auditore
- 00 Calculator Techniques 01Uploaded byvincelord
- Strength of Materials 4th Edition by Pytel and SingerUploaded byIan Jimbo Constantino

- Fundamentals of Mountain Resort Base Village Design- A Critical RUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- X 016 European and Colonial ArchitectureUploaded byakoaymaylobo
- Skeletal Muscle PhysiologyUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- reviewsheet_ap02Uploaded bySteve Smith
- Prison DesignUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Reinforced Concrete Design FILEUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Earthquake FactsUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Plumbing Notes 1Uploaded byJer Si
- Mindoro Fishport and Seafood Processing Commercial ComplexUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Architectural Thesis ManualUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Living With EasementsUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Guide to Tech Spec WritingUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Gms Planning for Parks Recreation Open SpaceUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Marine Biodiversity in Southeast Asian and Adjacent SeasUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Introduction to Building Technology A6V10096099 Hq EnUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- 27_Mangrove Mapping for the Verde Island PassageUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- EO_72Uploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- eo_90Uploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- LAWaterfront Design Guidelines2011Uploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Urban space Analyses of Common ProblemsUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Terminal ExpansionUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Open Space Planning Principles ImplementationUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Review of Passenger FunctionsUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- AIRPORT control tower principleUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Guide InternationalUploaded bySunu Pradana
- Green CitiesUploaded byJude Maala Onanad
- Airport PlanningUploaded bymageshm1
- PRINCIPLES OF GREEN BUILDING DESIGNUploaded byJude Maala Onanad