1.9K views

Uploaded by ArishChoy

Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs52 64

- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs1 10
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs24 30
- Mechanics of Materials Ch-15-Solutions
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs35 46
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs31 41
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs01 06
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs29 46
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs18 37
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs1 17
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs18 25
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs65 81
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs21 28
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs11 17
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs47 58
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs42 51
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs25 46
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions CH05
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs47 57
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs1 8
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs1 18

You are on page 1of 18

concentrated load of 17 kN as shown in Fig.

P8.52. The outside diameter of the pipe is 142

mm and the wall thickness is 6.5 mm.

Determine the normal stresses produced at

points H and K.

Fig. P8.52

Solution

Section properties

d = D 2t = 142 mm 2(6.5 mm) = 129 mm

A=

Iz =

4

4

D 4 d 4 =

(142 mm) 4 (129 mm) 4 = 6,364,867 mm 4

64

64

F = 17 kN = 17, 000 N

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

17, 000 N

=

= 6.144 MPa (C)

A 2, 766.958 mm 2

M c (6, 290, 000 N-mm)(142 mm/2)

= z =

= 70.165 MPa

6,364,867 mm 4

Iz

Normal stress at H

By inspection, the bending stress at H will be compression; therefore, the normal stress at H is:

H = 6.144 MPa 70.165 MPa = 76.309 MPa = 76.3 MPa (C)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

By inspection, the bending stress at K will be tension; therefore, the normal stress at K is:

K = 6.144 MPa + 70.165 MPa = +64.021 MPa = 64.0 MPa (T)

Ans.

Excerpts from this work may be reproduced by instructors for distribution on a not-for-profit basis for testing or instructional purposes only

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

force of 300 lb on the wood blocks. Determine the

normal stresses produced at points H and K. The

clamp cross-sectional dimensions at the section of

interest are 1.25 in. by 0.375 in. thick.

Fig. P8.53

Solution

Section properties

A = (0.375 in.)(1.250 in.) = 0.468750 in.2

Iz =

= 0.061035 in.4

12

Internal forces and moments

F = 300 lb

M z = (300 lb)(3.75 in. + 1.25 in./2) = 1,312.50 lb-in.

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

300 lb

=

= 640 psi (T)

A 0.468750 in.2

M c (1,312.50 lb-in.)(1.250 in./2)

= z =

= 13, 440 psi

Iz

0.061035 in.4

Normal stress at H

By inspection, the bending stress at H will be tension; therefore, the normal stress at H is:

H = 640 psi + 13, 440 psi = 14, 080 psi = 14, 080 psi (T)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

By inspection, the bending stress at K will be compression; therefore, the normal stress at K is:

K = 640 psi 13, 440 psi = 12,800 psi = 12,800 psi (C)

Ans.

Excerpts from this work may be reproduced by instructors for distribution on a not-for-profit basis for testing or instructional purposes only

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.54 Determine the normal stresses produced at points H and K of the pier support shown in Fig. P8.54a.

Fig. P8.54a

Solution

Section properties

A = (250 mm)(500 mm) = 125, 000 mm 2

Iz =

= 2.60417 109 mm 4

12

F = 250 kN + 400 kN = 650 kN

M z = (250 kN)(3.25 m) (400 kN)(2.25 m) = 87.50 kN-m

Stresses

axial =

F

650, 000 N

=

= 5.20 MPa (C)

A 125, 000 mm 2

bending =

=

= 8.40 MPa

Iz

2.60417 109 mm 4

Normal stress at H

By inspection, the bending stress at H will be tension; therefore, the normal stress at H is:

H = 5.20 MPa + 8.40 MPa = 3.20 MPa = 3.20 MPa (T)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

By inspection, the bending stress at K will be compression; therefore, the normal stress at K is:

K = 5.20 MPa 8.40 MPa = 13.60 MPa = 13.60 MPa (C)

Ans.

Excerpts from this work may be reproduced by instructors for distribution on a not-for-profit basis for testing or instructional purposes only

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

horizontal cantilever arm ABC, as shown in Fig.

P8.55. Column CD has an outside diameter of

10.75 in. and a wall thickness of 0.365 in.

Determine the maximum compression stress at

the base of column CD.

Fig. P8.55

Solution

Section properties

d = D 2t = 10.750 in. 2(0.365 in.) = 10.020 in.

A=

Iz =

4

4

D 4 d 4 =

(10.750 in.) 4 (10.020 in.) 4 = 160.734 in.4

64

64

F = 700 lb + 900 lb = 1, 600 lb

M = (700 lb)(13 ft) + (900 lb)(23 ft) = 29,800 lb-ft = 357, 600 lb-in.

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

1, 600 lb

=

= 134.36 psi (C)

A 11.908 in.2

M c (357, 600 lb-in.)(10.75 in./2)

=

=

= 11,958.27 psi

I

160.734 in.4

compression = 134.36 psi 11,958.27 psi = 12, 092.63 psi = 12.09 ksi (C)

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.56 Determine the normal stresses acting at points H and K for the structure shown in Fig. P8.56a. The

cross-sectional dimensions of the vertical member are shown in Fig. P8.56b.

Fig. P8.56a

Solution

Section properties

A = (4 in.)(8 in.) = 32 in.2

(4 in.)(8 in.)3

Iz =

= 170.6667 in.4

12

Internal forces and moments

F = 1, 000 lb + 2, 200 lb = 3, 200 lb

M z = (1, 000 lb)(12 in. + 8 in./2) = 16, 000 lb-in.

Stresses

axial =

bending

F 3, 200 lb

=

= 100 psi (C)

A 32 in.2

M c (16, 000 lb-in.)(8 in./2)

= z =

= 375 psi

Iz

170.6667 in.4

Normal stress at H

By inspection, the bending stress at H will be compression; therefore, the normal stress at H is:

H = 100 psi 375 psi = 475 psi = 475 psi (C)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

By inspection, the bending stress at K will be tension; therefore, the normal stress at K is:

K = 100 psi + 375 psi = 275 psi = 275 psi (T)

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

subjected to a tension force P that is applied

15 in. above the bottom surface of the wideflange shape as shown in Fig. P8.57. If the

tension normal stress of the upper surface of

the W-shape must be limited to 15 ksi,

determine the allowable force P that may be

applied to the member.

Fig. P8.57

Solution

Section properties (from Appendix B)

Depth d = 17.7 in.

A = 10.3 in.2

I z = 510 in.4

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

P

=

A 10.3 in.2

M c P(15 in. 17.7 in./2)(17.7 in./2) P(6.15 in.)(8.85 in.) P (54.4275 in.2 )

= z =

=

=

Iz

510 in.4

510 in.4

510 in.4

The tension normal stress on the upper surface is equal to the sum of the axial and bending stresses.

Since these stresses are expressed in terms of the unknown force P, the tension normal stress is given

by:

P

P (54.4275 in.2 )

upper surface =

+

10.3 in.2

510 in.4

= P (0.097087 in.2 + 0.106721 in.2 )

= (0.203808 in.2 ) P

The normal stress on the upper surface of the W-shape must be limited to 15 ksi; therefore,

(0.203808 in.2 ) P 15 ksi

15 ksi

= 73.6 kips

0.203808 in.2

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

subjected to a tension force P that is applied 250

mm above the bottom surface of the tee shape, as

shown in Fig. P8.58. If the tension normal stress

of the upper surface of the WT-shape must be

limited to 120 MPa, determine the allowable

force P that may be applied to the member.

Fig. P8.58

Solution

Section properties (from Appendix B)

Depth d = 300 mm

Centroid y = 88.9 mm (from flange to centroid)

A = 5, 230 mm 2

I z = 48.7 106 mm 4

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

P

=

= P(1.9120 104 mm 2 )

2

A 5, 230 mm

M c P (250 mm 88.9 mm)(300 mm 88.9 mm)

= z =

Iz

48.7 106 mm 4

P (161.1 mm)(211.1 mm)

48.7 106 mm 4

= P (6.9832 104 mm 2 )

=

The tension normal stress on the upper surface is equal to the sum of the axial and bending stresses.

Since these stresses are expressed in terms of the unknown force P, the tension normal stress is given

by:

upper surface = P(1.9120 104 mm 2 ) + P(6.9832 104 mm 2 )

= (8.8953 104 mm 2 ) P

The normal stress on the upper surface of the W-shape must be limited to 15 ksi; therefore,

(8.8953 104 mm 2 ) P 120 MPa

120 N/mm 2

P

= 134,903 N = 134.9 kN

8.8953 104 mm 2

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

plate 60 mm wide by 10 mm thick. The pin

carries a load of 750 N. Determine the

normal stresses acting at points H and K for

the structure shown in Fig. P8.59.

Fig. P8.59

Solution

Section properties

A = (60 mm)(10 mm) = 600 mm 2

I=

= 5, 000 mm 4

12

F = 750 N

M = (750 N)(30 mm + 10 mm/2) = 26, 250 N-mm

Stresses

axial =

bending

F

750 N

=

= 1.25 MPa (T)

A 600 mm 2

M c (26, 250 N-mm)(10 mm/2)

=

=

= 26.25 MPa

5, 000 mm 4

I

Normal stress at H

By inspection, the bending stress at H will be compression; therefore, the normal stress at H is:

H = 1.25 MPa 26.25 MPa = 25.00 MPa = 25.0 MPa (C)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

By inspection, the bending stress at K will be tension; therefore, the normal stress at K is:

K = 1.25 MPa + 26.25 MPa = 27.50 MPa = 27.5 MPa (T)

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.60 The tee shape shown in Fig. P8.60b is used as a short post to support a load of P = 2,000 lb. The

load P is applied at a distance of 5 in. from the surface of the flange, as shown in Fig. P8.60a. Determine

the normal stresses at points H and K, which are located on section aa.

Fig. P8.60a

Solution

Centroid location in x direction:

Shape

width b

(in.)

12

2

flange

stem

x=

xi Ai

Ai

height h

(in.)

2

10

164 in.3

= 3.7273 in.

44 in.2

= 8.2727 in.

Area Ai

(in.2)

24

20

44 in.2

xi

(from left)

(in.)

1

7

xi Ai

(in.3)

24

140

164 in.3

(from right side to centroid)

d = xi x

Shape

IC

dA

(in.)

(in.4)

(in.4)

flange

8

2.7273

178.5160

stem

166.6667

3.2727

214.2113

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

186.5160

380.8790

567.3940

F = 2, 000 lb

M z = (2, 000 lb)(5 in. + 3.7273 in.) = 17, 454.6 lb-in.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

Stresses

F 2, 000 lb

=

= 45.4545 psi

44 in.2

A

M x (17, 454.6 lb-in.)( 3.7273 in.)

= 114.6620 psi

H ,bending = z =

567.3940 in.4

Iz

axial =

K ,bending =

=

= 254.4910 psi

567.3940 in.4

Iz

Normal stress at H

H = 45.4545 psi 114.6620 psi = 160.1165 psi = 160.1 psi (C)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

K = 45.4545 psi + 254.4910 psi = 209.0365 psi = 209 psi (T)

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.61 The tee shape shown in Fig. P8.61b is used as a short post to support a load of P. The load P is

applied at a distance of 5 in. from the surface of the flange, as shown in Fig. P8.61a. The tension and

compression normal stresses in the post must be limited to 1,000 psi and 800 psi, respectively.

Determine the maximum magnitude of load P that satisfies both the tension and compression stress

limits.

Fig. P8.61a

Solution

Centroid location in x direction:

Shape

width b

(in.)

12

2

flange

stem

x=

xi Ai

Ai

height h

(in.)

2

10

164 in.3

= 3.7273 in.

44 in.2

= 8.2727 in.

Area Ai

(in.2)

24

20

44 in.2

xi

(from left)

(in.)

1

7

xi Ai

(in.3)

24

140

164 in.3

(from right side to centroid)

d = xi x

Shape

IC

dA

(in.)

(in.4)

(in.4)

flange

8

2.7273

178.5160

stem

166.6667

3.2727

214.2113

Moment of inertia about the z axis (in.4) =

IC + dA

(in.4)

186.5160

380.8790

567.3940

F=P

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

Stresses

F

P

=

= (0.022727 in.2 ) P

A

44 in.2

M x (8.7273 in.)P( 3.7273 in.)

H ,bending = z =

= (0.057331 in.2 ) P

Iz

567.3940 in.4

axial =

K ,bending =

=

= (0.127246 in.2 ) P

4

Iz

567.3940 in.

H = (0.022727 in.2 ) P (0.057331 in.2 ) P = (0.080058 in.2 ) P

(0.080058 in.2 ) P 800 psi

P 9,992.76 lb

K = (0.022727 in.2 ) P + (0.127246 in.2 ) P = (0.104519 in.2 ) P

(0.104519 in.2 ) P 1, 000 psi

P 9,567.64 lb

Pmax = 9,570 lb

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.62 The tee shape shown in Fig. P8.62b is used as a post that supports a load of P = 25 kN. Note that

the load P is applied 400 mm from the flange of the tee shape, as shown in Fig. P8.62a. Determine the

normal stresses at points H and K.

Fig. P8.62a

Solution

Centroid location in x direction:

Shape

width b

(mm)

20

120

stem

flange

x=

xi Ai

Ai

height h

(mm)

130

20

= 101.0 mm

5,000 mm 2

= 49.0 mm

Area Ai

(mm2)

2,600

2,400

5,000

xi

(from left)

(mm)

65

140

xi Ai

(mm3)

169,000

336,000

505,000

(from right side to centroid)

d = xi x

Shape

IC + dA

IC

dA

(mm)

(mm4)

(mm4)

(mm4)

stem

3,661,666.67

36.0

3,369,600.00

7,031,266.67

flange

80,000.00

39.0

3,650,400.00

3,730,400.00

4

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm ) = 10,761,666.67

Internal forces and moments

F = 25 kN = 25, 000 N

M z = (25, 000 N)(400 mm + 49.0 mm) = 11, 225, 000 N-mm

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

Stresses

F 25, 000 N

=

= 5 MPa

A 5, 000 mm 2

M x (11, 225, 000 N-mm)( 101.0 mm)

H ,bending = z =

= 105.35 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

axial =

K ,bending =

=

= 51.11 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Normal stress at H

H = 5 MPa + 105.35 MPa = 100.4 MPa (T)

Ans.

Normal stress at K

K = 5 MPa 51.11 MPa = 56.1 MPa (C)

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.63 The tee shape shown in Fig. P8.63b is used as a post that supports a load of P, which is applied 400

mm from the flange of the tee shape, as shown in Fig. P8.63a. The tension and compression normal

stresses in the post must be limited to 165 MPa and 80 MPa, respectively. Determine the maximum

magnitude of load P that satisfies both the tension and compression stress limits.

Fig. P8.63a

Solution

Centroid location in x direction:

Shape

stem

flange

width b

(mm)

20

120

height h

(mm)

130

20

xi Ai

x=

=

= 101.0 mm

Ai

5,000 mm 2

= 49.0 mm

Area Ai

(mm2)

2,600

2,400

5,000

xi

(from left)

(mm)

65

140

xi Ai

(mm3)

169,000

336,000

505,000

(from right side to centroid)

d = xi x

Shape

IC + dA

IC

dA

4

4

(mm)

(mm )

(mm4)

(mm )

stem

3,661,666.67

36.0

3,369,600.00

7,031,266.67

flange

80,000.00

39.0

3,650,400.00

3,730,400.00

4

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm ) = 10,761,666.67

Internal forces and moments

F=P

M z = P (400 mm + 49.0 mm) = (449.0 mm)P

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

Stresses

F

P

=

= (2 104 mm 2 ) P

2

5, 000 mm

A

M x (449 mm)P( 101.0 mm)

H ,bending = z =

= (4.21394 103 mm 2 ) P

4

10,761,666.67 mm

Iz

axial =

K ,bending =

=

= (2.04439 103 mm 2 ) P

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Iz

= (4.01394 103 mm 2 ) P

(4.01394 103 mm 2 ) P 165 N/mm 2

P 41,106.7 N

Compression stress limit (at K)

K = (2 104 mm 2 ) P (2.04439 103 mm 2 ) P = (2.24439 103 mm 2 ) P

(2.24439 103 mm 2 ) P 80 N/mm 2

P 35, 644.43 N

Pmax = 35.6 kN

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

8.64 The tee shape shown in Fig. P8.64b is used as a post that supports a load of P = 25 kN, which is

applied 400 mm from the flange of the tee shape as, shown in Fig. P8.64a. Determine the magnitudes

and locations of the maximum tension and compression normal stresses within the vertical portion BC of

the post.

Fig. P8.64a

Solution

Centroid location in x direction:

Shape

stem

flange

width b

(mm)

20

120

height h

(mm)

130

20

xi Ai

x=

=

= 101.0 mm

Ai

5,000 mm 2

= 49.0 mm

Area Ai

(mm2)

2,600

2,400

5,000

xi

(from left)

(mm)

65

140

xi Ai

(mm3)

169,000

336,000

505,000

(from right side to centroid)

d = xi x

Shape

IC + dA

IC

dA

4

4

(mm)

(mm )

(mm4)

(mm )

stem

3,661,666.67

36.0

3,369,600.00

7,031,266.67

flange

80,000.00

39.0

3,650,400.00

3,730,400.00

4

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm ) = 10,761,666.67

Internal forces and moments

F = (25 kN) cos 35 = 20.4788 kN = 20, 478.8 N

(vertical component)

V = (25 kN) sin 35 = 14.3394 kN = 14,339.4 N

(horizontal component)

at B M z = (20, 478.8 N)(400 mm + 49.0 mm) = 9,194,981.2 N-mm

at C M z = (20, 478.8 N)(400 mm + 49.0 mm) + (14,339.4 N)(1,200 mm) = 8, 012, 298.8 N-mm

Excerpts from this work may be reproduced by instructors for distribution on a not-for-profit basis for testing or instructional purposes only

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

F 20, 478.8 N

axial = =

= 4.0958 MPa

A 5, 000 mm 2

M x (9,194,981.2 N-mm)( 101.0 mm)

H ,bending = z =

= 86.2964 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Normal stress at H at location C

M x (8, 012, 298.8 N-mm)( 101.0 mm)

H ,bending = z =

= 75.1967 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Normal stress at K at location B

M x (9,194,981.2 N-mm)(49.0 mm)

K ,bending = z =

= 41.8666 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Normal stress at K at location C

M x (8, 012, 298.8 N-mm)(49.0 mm)

K ,bending = z =

= 36.4816 MPa

Iz

10,761,666.67 mm 4

Maximum tension stress

max tension = 82.2 MPa (T)

at location B

Ans.

max compression = 79.3 MPa (C)

at location C

Ans.

to students enrolled in courses for which the textbook has been adopted. Any other reproduction or translation of this work beyond that

permitted by Sections 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act without the permission of the copyright owner is unlawful.

- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs1 10Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs24 30Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Ch-15-SolutionsUploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs35 46Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs31 41Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs01 06Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs29 46Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs18 37Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs1 17Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs18 25Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs65 81Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs21 28Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs11 17Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs47 58Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs42 51Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs25 46Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions CH05Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs47 57Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs1 8Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs1 18Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Chapter06 Probs79 93Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs26 34Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs9 24Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs07 12Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter06 Probs101 113Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs19 30Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs75 83Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter07 Probs13 23Uploaded byArishChoy
- ch7 31-50Uploaded bygamegang
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs47 74Uploaded byArishChoy

- Mechanics of Materials 01 ChapterUploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs29 46Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs47 57Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs1 17Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs18 25Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter06 Probs42 66Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Chapter06 Probs79 93Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter06 Probs67 78Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs11 17Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs47 58Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter06 Probs26 41Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs75 83Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs47 74Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs25 46Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs1 8Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs18 37Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs65 81Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs1 20Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter09 Probs38 53Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter11 Probs26 34Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter12 Probs9 24Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter10 Probs21 28Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs19 30Uploaded byArishChoy
- Mechanics of Materials Solutions Chapter08 Probs42 51Uploaded byArishChoy
- ch7 31-50Uploaded bygamegang

- Steel Composite 1 VERY GOOD MahfuzUploaded byLivian Teddy
- Yale Hoist CatalogoUploaded byWeb Logueando
- Steel BeamssstUploaded byvanmurthy
- Praveen ThesisUploaded byPraveen Reddy Seelam
- Side Reinforcement in BeamsUploaded bySamuel Antobam
- Intro2_05-beam.pdfUploaded byedertumiraiseborinh
- Structural Analysis and Design of Steel ConnectionsUploaded byCarlos Julio Ramirez Bello
- Strengthen of Cold Formed Steel Column With Ferrocement Jacket Push Out TestsUploaded byMahfuzur Rahman
- SP6_5Uploaded byRajat Nag
- Structural Sections to BS4Uploaded byGammal Ahmed
- Composite Steel DesignUploaded byALABIADESINA
- Rebeam documentation.pdfUploaded byMila Mila
- IS 800-2007Uploaded bysumaiya_khanam
- Structural Engineering Sacs Prerequisite TrainingUploaded byOdulaja Taiwo
- IRC-21-2000Uploaded byNaga Manikanta Tatikonda
- Composite GirdersUploaded bydeathes
- Torsion of SectionsUploaded byanilmavi
- Bridge Engineering Report and PlansUploaded byJinshad Uppukoden
- Assignment 2 SolutionUploaded byAshlyn Cicily
- Initial Sizing of Structural Members.pdfUploaded byJibbs Oyawoye
- Castellated BeamsUploaded bysohcahtoa
- Yale Load King Low HeadroomUploaded bymg504
- 1-s2.0-S0263823110001977-mainUploaded bymiratif19_860027847
- Bulb Tee Girder PossibilitiesUploaded byUpaliFernando
- View ContentUploaded byvinod_eics
- Tar CA SystemsUploaded byaiyubi2
- Torsional_Analysis of Steel MembersUploaded bykiruba
- m. Design Note1Uploaded byTamari Sea
- Mechanics Problems & SolutionsUploaded bydjhazard
- Rules of ThumbUploaded byCaroline MacVey