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a resultant moment magnitude of 2,100 N-m acting

at the angle shown in Fig. P8.65. Determine:

(a) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the beam.

(b) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the

+z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross

section.

Fig. P8.65

Solution

Section properties

(90 mm)(55 mm)3 (80 mm)(45 mm)3

Iy =

= 640,312.5 mm 4

12

12

3

(55 mm)(90 mm) (45 mm)(80 mm)3

Iz =

= 1, 421, 250.0 mm 4

12

12

Moment components

M y = (2,100 N-m) sin 30 = 1, 050 N-m

M z = (2,100 N-m) cos 30 = 1,818.65 N-m

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-24) can be used to determine bending stresses.

Compute normal stress at y = 45 mm, z = 27.5 mm:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

(1, 050 N-m)(27.5 mm)(1,000 mm/m) (1,818.65 N-m)(45 mm)(1,000 mm/m)

640,312.5 mm 4

1, 421, 250.0 mm 4

= 45.0952 MPa + 57.5827 MPa

=

Ans.

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

(1, 050 N-m)( 27.5 mm)(1,000 mm/m) (1,818.65 N-m)( 45 mm)(1,000 mm/m)

640,312.5 mm 4

1, 421, 250.0 mm 4

= 45.0952 MPa 57.5827 MPa

=

Ans.

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For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-25) can be used to determine the orientation of

the neutral axis:

M I

(1, 050 N-m)(1, 421, 250.0 mm 4 )

= 1.2815

tan = y z =

M z I y (1,818.65 N-m)(640,312.5 mm 4 )

= 52.03

Ans.

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T-beam has a magnitude of 22 kip-ft and is oriented

as shown in Fig. P8.66. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the

+z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross

section.

Fig. P8.66

Solution

Section properties

Centroid location in y direction:

Shape

top flange

stem

Width b

(in.)

7.00

0.75

Height h

(in.)

1.25

7.75

yi Ai

95.80469 in.3

y=

=

= 6.5789 in.

14.5625 in.2

Ai

= 2.4211 in.

Area Ai

(in.2)

8.7500

5.8125

14.5625

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

8.375

3.875

yi Ai

(in.3)

73.28125

22.52344

95.80469

(from top of shape to centroid)

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

top flange

1.1393

1.7961

28.2273

stem

29.0928

2.7039

42.4956

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

29.3666

71.5884

100.9550

(1.25 in.)(7.00 in.)3 (7.75 in.)(0.75 in.)3

Iy =

+

= 36.0016 in.4

12

12

Moment components

M y = (22 kip-ft) cos 55 = 12.6187 kip-ft = 151.4242 kip-in.

M z = (22 kip-ft) sin 55 = 18.0213 kip-ft = 216.2561 kip-in.

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For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-24) can be used to determine bending stresses.

To compute the normal stress at H, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 2.4211 in. and z = 3.5 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

36.0016 in.4

100.9550 in.4

= 14.7211 ksi + 5.1862 ksi

=

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 6.5789 in. and z = 0.375 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

36.0016 in.4

100.9550 in.4

= 1.5773 ksi 14.0927 ksi

=

Ans.

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-25) can be used to determine the orientation of

the neutral axis:

M I

(151.4242 kip-in.)(100.9550 in.4 )

tan = y z =

= 1.9635

(216.2561 kip-in.)(36.0016 in.4 )

MzIy

= 63.01

Ans.

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a resultant moment magnitude of 75 kip-in. acting

at the angle shown in Fig. P8.67. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the beam.

(d) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the

+z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross

section.

Fig. P8.67

Solution

Section properties

(4 in.)(6 in.)3 (3.25 in.)(5.25 in.)3

Iy =

= 32.8096 in.4

12

12

3

(6 in.)(4 in.) (5.25 in.)(3.25 in.)3

Iz =

= 16.9814 in.4

12

12

Moment components

M y = (75 kip-in.) cos 20 = 70.4769 kip-in.

M z = (75 kip-in.) sin 20 = 25.6515 kip-in.

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-24) can be used to determine bending stresses.

To compute the normal stress at H, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 2.0 in. and z = 3.0 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

32.8096 in.4

16.9814 in.4

= 6.4442 ksi + 3.0211 ksi

=

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 2.0 in. and z = 3.0 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

32.8096 in.4

16.9814 in.4

= 6.4442 ksi 3.0211 ksi

=

Ans.

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The maximum tension normal stress occurs at the (y, z) coordinates y = 2.0 in. and z = 3.0 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

32.8096 in.4

16.9814 in.4

= 6.4442 ksi + 3.0211 ksi

=

Ans.

The maximum compression normal stress occurs at the (y, z) coordinates y = 2.0 in. and z = 3.0 in.:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

(70.4769 kip-in.)( 3.0 in.) (25.6515 kip-in.)(2.0 in.)

32.8096 in.4

16.9814 in.4

= 6.4442 ksi 3.0211 ksi

=

Ans.

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-25) can be used to determine the orientation of

the neutral axis:

M I

(70.4769 kip-in.)(16.9814 in.4 )

= 1.4220

tan = y z =

M z I y (25.6515 kip-in.)(32.8096 in.4 )

= 54.88

Ans.

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wide-flange beam has a magnitude of M = 12 kN-m and

is oriented as shown in Fig. P8.68. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the +z

axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross section.

Fig. P8.68

Solution

Section properties

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

top flange

59,062.5

97.5

29,944,687.5

web

4,860,000

0

0

bottom flange

59,062.5

97.5

29,944,687.5

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

30,003,750

4,860,000

30,003,750

64,867,500

(15 mm)(210 mm)3 (180 mm)(10 mm)3

Iy = 2

+

= 23,167,500 mm 4

12

12

Moment components

M y = (12 kN-m) sin 35 = 6.8829 kN-m = 6.8829 106 N-mm

(a) Bending stress at H

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-24) can be used to determine bending stresses.

To compute the normal stress at H, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 105 mm and z = 105 mm:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

23,167,500 mm 4

64,867,500 mm 4

= 31.1948 MPa 15.9114 MPa

=

Ans.

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To compute the normal stress at K, use the (y, z) coordinates y = 105 mm and z = 105 mm:

M z M y

x = y z

Iy

Iz

23,167,500 mm 4

64,867,500 mm 4

= 31.1948 MPa + 15.9114 MPa

=

Ans.

For a shape having at least one axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-25) can be used to determine the orientation of

the neutral axis:

M I

(6.8829 kN-m)(64,867,500 mm 4 )

tan = y z =

= 1.9605

M z I y (9.8298 kN-m)(23,167,500 mm 4 )

= 62.98

Ans.

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determine the maximum magnitude of the bending

moment M so that the bending stress in the wideflange shape does not exceed 165 MPa.

Fig. P8.69

Solution

Section properties

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm4)

top flange

59,062.5

97.5

29,944,687.5

web

4,860,000

0

0

bottom flange

59,062.5

97.5

29,944,687.5

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

30,003,750

4,860,000

30,003,750

64,867,500

(15 mm)(210 mm)3 (180 mm)(10 mm)3

Iy = 2

+

= 23,167,500 mm 4

12

12

Moment components

M y = M sin 35

M z = M cos 35

The maximum tension bending stress should occur at point K, which has the (y, z) coordinates y = 105

mm and z = 105 mm:

M z M y M sin 35(105 mm) M cos 35( 105 mm)

x = y z =

165 MPa

Iy

Iz

23,167,500 mm 4

64,867,500 mm 4

M 42.0327 106 N-mm = 42.0 kN-m

Ans.

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moment of Mz = 20 kip-in. that acts at the orientation

shown in Fig. P8.70. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the cross section.

(d) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the +z

axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross section.

Fig. P8.70

Solution

Section properties

Centroid location in y direction:

Shape

Width b

(in.)

0.375

2.625

upright leg

bottom leg

y=

yi Ai

Ai

Height h

(in.)

4.000

0.375

Area Ai

(in.2)

1.5000

0.9844

2.4844

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

2.00

0.1875

yi Ai

(in.3)

3.00

0.18457

3.18457

3.18457 in.3

= 1.2818 in.(from bottom of shape to centroid)

2.4844 in.2

= 2.7182 in.

Shape

zi

(from right edge)

(in.)

0.1875

1.6875

Area Ai

(in.2)

upright leg

1.5000

bottom leg

0.9844

2.4844

zi Ai 1.94243 in.3

=

= 0.7818 in.

z=

Ai

2.4844 in.2

= 2.2182 in.

zi Ai

(in.3)

0.2813

1.6612

1.94243

(from left edge of shape to centroid)

d = yi y

Shape

dA

IC

4

(in.)

(in.4)

(in. )

upright leg

2.000

0.7182

0.77372

bottom leg

0.011536

1.0943

1.17881

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

2.7737

1.1903

3.9640

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d = zi z

Shape

IC

dA

4

(in.)

(in.4)

(in. )

upright leg

0.017578

0.5943

0.52979

bottom leg

0.565247

0.9057

0.80750

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

Product of inertia about the centroidal axes:

Shape

yc

zc

Iyz

(in.)

(in.)

(in.4)

upright leg

0

0.7182

0.5943

bottom leg

0

1.0943

0.9057

IC + dA

(in.4)

0.5474

1.3727

1.9201

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

(in.2)

(in.4)

1.5000

0.6402

0.9844

0.9757

Product of inertia (in.4) =

Iyz

(in.4)

0.6402

0.9757

1.6159

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-21) or Eq. (8-22) must be used to determine the

bending stresses. Equation (8-22) will be used here. Note that the bending moment component about

the y axis is zero (i.e., My = 0); therefore, the first term in Eq. (8-22) is eliminated. To compute the

normal stress at H, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 2.7182 in. and z = 0.4068 in.:

I y + I yz z

Mz

x = y

2

I y I z I yz

(1.9201 in.4 )(2.7182 in.) + (1.6159 in.4 )(0.4068 in.)

=

(20 kip-in.)

(1.9201 in.4 )(3.9640 in.4 ) (1.6159 in.4 ) 2

5

4.5619 in.

=

(20 kip-in.)

8

5.0001 in.

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 0.9068 in. and z = 2.2182 in.:

I y + I yz z

Mz

x = y

2

I y I z I yz

(1.9201 in.4 )( 0.9068 in.) + (1.6159 in.4 )(2.2182 in.)

=

(20 kip-in.)

(1.9201 in.4 )(3.9640 in.4 ) (1.6159 in.4 ) 2

1.8432 in.5

=

(20 kip-in.)

8

5.0001 in.

Ans.

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-23) must be used to determine the orientation of

the neutral axis:

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tan =

M y I z + M z I yz

M z I y + M y I yz

= 0.8416

(20 kip-in.)(1.9201 in.4 )

= 40.08

Ans.

Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the angle cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are point H and the corner of the angle. The bending stress at H has

already been computed. To compute the normal stress at the corner of the angle, use (y, z) coordinates

of y = 1.2818 in. and z = 0.7818 in.

I y + I yz z

Mz

x = y

2

I y I z I yz

(1.9201 in.4 )( 1.2818 in.) + (1.6159 in.4 )(0.7818 in.)

=

(20 kip-in.)

(1.9201 in.4 )(3.9640 in.4 ) (1.6159 in.4 ) 2

3.7245 in.5

=

(20 kip-in.)

8

5.0001 in.

Therefore, the maximum compression bending stress is:

x = 18.25 ksi (C)

Ans.

x = 14.90 ksi (T)

Ans.

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determine the maximum magnitude of the bending

moment M so that the bending stress in the unequalleg angle shape does not exceed 24 ksi.

Fig. P8.71

Solution

Section properties

Centroid location in y direction:

Shape

Width b

(in.)

0.375

2.625

upright leg

bottom leg

y=

yi Ai

Ai

Height h

(in.)

4.000

0.375

Area Ai

(in.2)

1.5000

0.9844

2.4844

yi

(from bottom)

(in.)

2.00

0.1875

yi Ai

(in.3)

3.00

0.18457

3.18457

3.18457 in.3

= 1.2818 in.(from bottom of shape to centroid)

2.4844 in.2

= 2.7182 in.

Shape

zi

(from right edge)

(in.)

0.1875

1.6875

Area Ai

(in.2)

upright leg

1.5000

bottom leg

0.9844

2.4844

zi Ai 1.94243 in.3

=

= 0.7818 in.

z=

Ai

2.4844 in.2

= 2.2182 in.

zi Ai

(in.3)

0.2813

1.6612

1.94243

(from left edge of shape to centroid)

d = yi y

Shape

IC

dA

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

upright leg

2.000

0.7182

0.77372

bottom leg

0.011536

1.0943

1.17881

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

2.7737

1.1903

3.9640

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d = zi z

Shape

IC

dA

4

(in. )

(in.)

(in.4)

upright leg

0.017578

0.5943

0.52979

bottom leg

0.565247

0.9057

0.80750

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

Product of inertia about the centroidal axes:

Shape

Iyz

yc

zc

(in.4)

(in.)

(in.)

upright leg

0

0.7182

0.5943

bottom leg

0

1.0943

0.9057

IC + dA

(in.4)

0.5474

1.3727

1.9201

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

(in.2)

(in.4)

1.5000

0.6402

0.9844

0.9757

Product of inertia (in.4) =

Iyz

(in.4)

0.6402

0.9757

1.6159

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, it is helpful to determine the orientation of the neutral

axis from Eq. (8-23) before beginning the stress calculations:

M I + M z I yz (20 kip-in.)( 1.6159 in.4 )

=

= 0.8416

tan = y z

(20 kip-in.)(1.9201 in.4 )

M z I y + M y I yz

= 40.08

Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the angle cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are point H and the corner of the angle. To compute the normal stress at

H, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 2.7182 in. and z = 0.4068 in.:

I y + I yz z

(1.9201 in.4 )(2.7182 in.) + (1.6159 in.4 )(0.4068 in.)

=

x = y

M

Mz

2

(1.9201 in.4 )(3.9640 in.4 ) (1.6159 in.4 ) 2

I y I z I yz

4.5619 in.5

=

M z = (0.9124 in.3 )M z

8

5.0001

in.

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Therefore, based on an allowable bending stress of 24 ksi at H, the maximum magnitude of Mz is:

(0.9124 in.3 )M z 24 ksi

M z 26.3054 kip-in.

(a)

To compute the normal stress at the corner of the angle, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 1.2818 in. and z =

0.7818 in.

I y + I yz z

(1.9201 in.4 )( 1.2818 in.) + (1.6159 in.4 )(0.7818 in.)

=

x = y

M

z

Mz

2

(1.9201 in.4 )(3.9640 in.4 ) (1.6159 in.4 )2

I y I z I yz

3.7245 in.5

=

M z = (0.7449 in.3 ) M z

8

5.0001 in.

Therefore, based on the bending stress at the corner of the angle, the maximum magnitude of Mz is:

(0.7449 in.3 )M z 24 ksi

M z 32.2197 kip-in.

(b)

Compare the results in Eqs. (a) and (b) to find that the maximum bending moment that can be applied to

the angle shape is:

M z 26.3 kip-in.

Ans.

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the unequal-leg angle has a magnitude of M = 20

kip-in. and is oriented as shown in Fig. P8.72.

Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the cross section.

(d) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to

the +z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the

cross section.

Fig. P8.72

Solution

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Area Ai

Shape

IC

dA

4

2

(mm)

(mm )

(mm4)

(mm )

top flange

130,208.3

112.5

2,500

31,640,625.0

web

10,666,666.7

0

3,200

0

bottom flange

130,208.3

112.5

2,500

31,640,625.0

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

31,770,883.3

10,666,666.7

31,770,883.3

74,208,333.3

d = zi z

Shape

Area Ai

IC + dA

IC

dA

4

2

4

(mm )

(mm)

(mm )

(mm )

(mm4)

top flange

2,083,333.3

42.0

2,500

4,410,000

6,493,333.3

web

68,266.7

0

3,200

0

68,266.7

bottom flange

2,083,333.3

42.0

2,500

4,410,000

6,493,333.3

4

Moment of inertia about the y axis (mm ) = 13,054,933.3

Product of inertia about the centroidal axes:

Shape

yc

zc

(mm)

(mm)

top flange

112.5

42.0

web

0

0

bottom flange

112.5

42.0

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

Iyz

2

4

(mm )

(mm )

(mm4)

2,500

11,812,500

11,812,500

3,200

0

0

2,500

11,812,500

11,812,500

Product of inertia (mm4) = 23,625,000

Moment components

M y = (40 kN-m) sin15 = 10.3528 kN-m = 10.3528 106 N-mm

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Since the zee shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-21) or Eq. (8-22) must be used to determine the

bending stresses. Equation (8-21) will be used here.

( M z I y + M y I yz ) y + ( M y I z + M z I yz ) z

x =

I y I z I yz2

I y I z I yz2

(38.6370 106 N-mm)(13,054,933.3 mm 4 ) + (10.3528 106 N-mm)(23,625,000 mm 4 )

=

y

(13,054,933.3 mm 4 )(74,208,333.3 mm 4 ) (23,625,000 mm 4 ) 2

6

4

6

(10.3528 10 N-mm)(74,208,333.3 mm ) + (38.6370 10 N-mm)(23,625,000 mm 4 )

+

z

(13,054,933.3 mm 4 )(74,208,333.3 mm 4 ) (23,625,000 mm 4 ) 2

To compute the normal stress at H, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 125 mm and z = 92 mm:

x = (0.63271 N/mm3 )(125 mm) + (0.35197 N/mm3 )(92 mm)

= 46.7073 MPa = 46.7 MPa (T)

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 125 mm and z = 92 mm:

x = (0.63271 N/mm3 )(125 mm) + (0.35197 N/mm3 )(92 mm)

Ans.

Since the zee shape has no axis of symmetry, it is helpful to determine the orientation of the neutral axis

from Eq. (8-23) to help identify points of maximum stress.

M I + M z I yz

tan = y z

M z I y + M y I yz

(38.6370 kN-m)(13,054,933.3 mm 4 ) + (10.3528 kN-m)( 23,625,000 mm 4 )

= 0.55629

=

= 29.09

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Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the zee cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are on the top and bottom surfaces at the outside corners of the web. To

compute bending stresses at the upper point, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 125 mm and z = 8 mm:

x = (0.63271 N/mm3 )(125 mm) + (0.35197 N/mm3 )(8 mm)

Ans.

To compute bending stresses at the lower point, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 125 mm and z = 8 mm:

x = (0.63271 N/mm3 )(125 mm) + (0.35197 N/mm3 )(8 mm)

= 81.9045 MPa = 81.9 MPa (C)

Ans.

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unequal-leg angle has a magnitude of 14 kN-m and

is oriented as shown in Fig. P8.73. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the cross section.

(d) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to the

+z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the cross

section.

Fig. P8.73

Solution

Section properties

Centroid location in y direction:

Shape

Width b

(mm)

150

19

horizontal leg

vertical leg

y=

yi Ai

Ai

Height h

(mm)

19

181

Area Ai

(mm2)

2,850

3,439

6,289

854,154.5 mm3

= 135.82 mm

6,289 mm 2

= 64.18 mm

yi

(from bottom)

(mm)

190.50

90.50

yi Ai

(mm3)

542,925.0

311,229.5

854,154.5

(from top of shape to centroid)

Shape

Area Ai

(mm2)

2,850

3,439

6,289

horizontal leg

vertical leg

z=

z i Ai

Ai

zi

(from right edge)

(mm)

75.0

9.5

= 39.18 mm

6,289 mm 2

= 110.82 mm

zi Ai

(mm3)

213,750.0

32,670.5

246,420.5

(from right edge of shape to centroid)

(from left edge of shape to centroid)

d = yi y

Shape

IC

dA

4

(mm)

(mm4)

(mm )

horizontal leg

85,737.50

54.68

8,522,088.15

vertical leg

9,388,756.58

45.32

7,062,503.99

Moment of inertia about the z axis (mm4) =

IC + dA

(mm4)

8,607,825.65

16,451,260.58

25,059,086.23

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Shape

d = zi z

IC

dA

(mm)

(mm4)

(mm4)

horizontal leg

5,343,750.00

35.82

3,656,188.87

vertical leg

103,456.58

29.68

3,029,990.78

Moment of inertia about the y axis (mm4) =

Product of inertia about the centroidal axes:

Shape

yc

zc

Iyz

4

(mm)

(mm)

(mm )

horizontal leg

0

54.68

35.82

vertical leg

0

45.32

29.68

IC + dA

(mm4)

8,999,938.87

3,133,447.36

12,133,386.23

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

Iyz

2

4

(mm )

(mm )

(mm4)

2,850

5,582,117.16

5,582,117.16

3,439

4,625,790.65

4,625,790.65

4

Product of inertia (mm ) = 10,207,907.81

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-21) or Eq. (8-22) must be used to determine the

bending stresses. Equation (8-21) will be used here.

( M z I y + M y I yz ) y + ( M y I z + M z I yz ) z

x =

I y I z I yz2

I y I z I yz2

y

=

4

4

4 2

(12,133,386.23 mm )(25,059,086.23 mm ) (10, 207,907.81 mm )

z

+

4

4

4 2

(12,133,386.23 mm )(25,059,086.23 mm ) (10, 207,907.81 mm )

= (0.84997 N/mm3 ) y + (0.71509 N/mm3 )z

To compute the normal stress at H, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 45.18 mm and z = 110.82 mm:

x = (0.84997 N/mm3 )(45.18 mm) + (0.71509 N/mm3 )(110.82 mm)

= 40.8444 MPa = 40.8 MPa (T)

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 64.18 mm and z = 39.18 mm:

x = (0.84997 N/mm3 )(64.18 mm) + (0.71509 N/mm3 )(39.18 mm)

Ans.

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, it is helpful to determine the orientation of the neutral

axis from Eq. (8-23) to help identify points of maximum stress.

M I + M z I yz

tan = y z

M z I y + M y I yz

(14 kN-m)(12,133,386.23 mm 4 )

= 0.84131

=

= 40.07

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Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the angle cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are on the top corner (at K) and on the inside corner of the vertical leg.

To compute bending stresses at the lower point, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 135.82 mm and z = 20.18

mm:

x = (0.84997 N/mm3 )(135.82 mm) + (0.71509 N/mm3 )(20.18 mm)

= 101.0129 MPa = 101.0 MPa (T)

Ans.

x = (0.84997 N/mm3 )(64.18 mm) + (0.71509 N/mm3 )(39.18 mm)

= 82.5685 MPa = 82.6 MPa (C)

Ans.

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the zee shape has a magnitude of M = 4.75 kip-ft

and is oriented as shown in Fig. P8.74. Determine:

(a) the bending stress at point H.

(b) the bending stress at point K.

(c) the maximum tension and the maximum

compression bending stresses in the cross section.

(d) the orientation of the neutral axis relative to

the +z axis. Show its location on a sketch of the

cross section.

Fig. P8.74

Solution

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

Area Ai

dA

IC

4

(in.)

(in.2)

(in.4)

(in. )

top flange

0.0260

2.75

1.25

9.4531

web

3.6458

0

1.75

0

bottom flange

0.0260

2.75

1.25

9.4531

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

9.4792

3.6458

9.4792

22.6042

d = zi z

Shape

Area Ai

dA

IC

(in.)

(in.2)

(in.4)

(in.4)

top flange

0.6510

1.075

1.25

1.4445

web

68,266.7

0

1.75

0

bottom flange

0.6510

1.075

1.25

1.4445

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

2.0956

0.0179

2.0956

4.2091

Shape

zc

yc

(in.)

(in.)

top flange

2.75

1.075

web

0

0

bottom flange

2.75

1.075

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

(in.4)

(in.2)

1.25

3.6953

1.75

0

1.25

3.6953

Product of inertia (in.4) =

Iyz

(in.4)

3.6953

0

3.6953

7.3906

Since the zee shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-21) or Eq. (8-22) must be used to determine the

bending stresses. Equation (8-21) will be used here.

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x =

(M I

z y

+ M y I yz ) y

I yIz I

2

yz

(M

I + M z I yz ) z

y z

I y I z I yz2

=

+

z

y

4

4

4 2

4

4

4 2

(4.2091 in. )(22.6042 in. ) (7.3906 in. )

(4.2091 in. )(22.6042 in. ) (7.3906 in. )

= (5.92065 kips/in.3 ) y (10.39584 kips/in.3 )z

To compute the normal stress at H, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 3 in. and z = 2.325 in.:

x = (5.92065 kips/in.3 )(3 in.) (10.39584 kips/in.3 )(2.325 in.)

= 6.4084 ksi = 6.41 ksi (C)

Ans.

To compute the normal stress at K, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 2.50 in. and z = 2.325 in.:

x = (5.92065 kips/in.3 )(2.50 in.) (10.39584 kips/in.3 )( 2.325 in.)

Ans.

Since the zee shape has no axis of symmetry, it is helpful to determine the orientation of the neutral axis

from Eq. (8-23) to help identify points of maximum stress.

M I + M z I yz

tan = y z

M z I y + M y I yz

(4.75 kip-ft)(4.2091 in.4 )

= 1.7559

=

= 60.34

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Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the zee cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are on the top and bottom surfaces at the outside corners of the web. To

compute bending stresses at the upper point, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 3 in. and z = 0.175 in.:

x = (5.92065 kips/in.3 )(3 in.) (10.39584 kips/in.3 )( 0.175 in.)

Ans.

To compute bending stresses at the lower point, use (y, z) coordinates of y = 3 in. and z = 0.175 in.:

x = (5.92065 kips/in.3 )(3 in.) (10.39584 kips/in.3 )(0.175 in.)

= 19.5812 ksi = 19.58 ksi (C)

Ans.

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determine the maximum magnitude of the bending

moment M so that the bending stress in the zee

shape does not exceed 24 ksi.

Fig. P8.75

Solution

Moment of inertia about the z axis:

d = yi y

Shape

Area Ai

dA

IC

4

(in.)

(in.2)

(in.4)

(in. )

top flange

0.0260

2.75

1.25

9.4531

web

3.6458

0

1.75

0

bottom flange

0.0260

2.75

1.25

9.4531

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

9.4792

3.6458

9.4792

22.6042

d = zi z

Shape

Area Ai

dA

IC

(in.)

(in.2)

(in.4)

(in.4)

top flange

0.6510

1.075

1.25

1.4445

web

68,266.7

0

1.75

0

bottom flange

0.6510

1.075

1.25

1.4445

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

IC + dA

(in.4)

2.0956

0.0179

2.0956

4.2091

Shape

zc

yc

(in.)

(in.)

top flange

2.75

1.075

web

0

0

bottom flange

2.75

1.075

Area Ai

yc zc Ai

(in.4)

(in.2)

1.25

3.6953

1.75

0

1.25

3.6953

Product of inertia (in.4) =

Iyz

(in.4)

3.6953

0

3.6953

7.3906

Since the zee shape has no axis of symmetry, Eq. (8-21) or Eq. (8-22) must be used to determine the

bending stresses. Equation (8-21) will be used here. For this problem, My = 0 and from the sketch, Mz is

observed to be negative. The bending stress in the zee cross section is described by:

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x =

(M I

z y

+ M y I yz ) y

I yIz I

2

yz

(M

I + M z I yz ) z

y z

I y I z I yz2

M z (4.2091 in.4 )

M z (7.3906 in.4 )

=

+

y

z

4

4

4 2

4

4

4 2

(4.2091 in. )(22.6042 in. ) (7.3906 in. )

(4.2091 in. )(22.6042 in. ) (7.3906 in. )

= (0.103871 in.4 ) M z y (0.182383 in.4 )M z z

= M z (0.103871 in.4 ) y (0.182383 in.4 )z

Since the angle shape has no axis of symmetry, it is helpful to determine the orientation of the neutral

axis from Eq. (8-23) before beginning the stress calculations:

M I + M z I yz M z (7.3906 in.4 )

tan = y z

=

= 1.7559

M z I y + M y I yz M z (4.2091 in.4 )

= 60.34

Sketch the orientation of the neutral axis. By inspection, the points on the zee cross section that are

farthest from the neutral axis are on the top and bottom surfaces at the outside corners of the web. To

compute bending stresses at the upper point, coordinates of y = 3 in. and z = 0.175 in. are used. Set the

bending stress at this point to the 24-ksi allowable bending stress and solve for the moment magnitude:

x = M z (0.103871 in.4 )(3 in.) (0.182383 in.4 )( 0.175 in.) 24 ksi

Mz

24 ksi

= 69.86287 kip-in. = 5.82 kip-ft

0.343530 in.3

Ans.

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P8.76) has a width of in. and a change in

height at section B from h1 = 3/8 in. to h2 =

in. Determine the minimum acceptable

radius r for the fillet if the stressconcentration factor must not exceed 1.40.

Fig. P8.76

Solution

From Fig. 8.17b

w 0.375 in.

=

= 1.50

h

0.25 in.

r

For K t = 1.40, 0.25

h

r

r = h = 0.25(0.25 in.) = 0.0625 in.

h

Ans.

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P8.77) has a width of 25 mm and a change in

height at section B from h1 = 75 mm to h2 = 60

mm. If the radius of the fillet between the two

sections is r = 6 mm, determine the maximum

moment that the spring can resist if the

maximum bending stress in the spring must not

exceed 100 MPa.

Fig. P8.77

Solution

From Fig. 8.17b

w 75 mm

=

= 1.25

h 60 mm

r 6 mm

=

= 0.10

h 60 mm

K t 1.70

Section properties

1

I = (25 mm)(60 mm)3 = 450,000 mm 4

12

Maximum bending moment

Mc

x = Kt

100 MPa

I

(100 N/mm 2 )(450,000 mm 4 )

M

= 882,353 N-mm = 882 N-m

(1.70)(60 mm/2)

Ans.

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8.78 A stainless-steel bar in. wide by in. deep has a pair of semicircular grooves cut in the edges of

the bar from top to bottom. If the grooves have a radius of 1/16 in., determine the percent reduction in

strength for flexural-type loadings.

Solution

From Fig. 8.17d

d 1/16 in.

=

= 1.00

r 1/16 in.

r 1/16 in.

=

= 0.10

b 5 / 8 in.

K t 2.30

B

3/ 4 in.

= 2.30

= 2.76

b

3/8 in.

I

I

M= g

MR = g

c

Kgc

K g = Kt

percentage reduction =

M MR

1

1

(100%) = 1

(100%) = 1

(100%) = 63.8%

M

K

2.76

Ans.

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8.79 A timber beam 150 mm wide by 200 mm deep has a 25-mm-diameter hole drilled from top to

bottom of the beam on the centerline of the cross section. Determine the percent reduction in strength for

flexure about the horizontal centroidal axis.

Solution

From Fig. 8.17c

h 200 mm

=

= 8.00

d

25 mm

d 25 mm

=

= 0.17

b 150 mm

K t 2.55

150 mm

b

K g = Kt

= 2.55

= 3.06

bd

150 mm 25 mm

I

I

M= g

MR = g

c

Kgc

percentage reduction =

M MR

1

1

(100%) = 1

(100%) = 1

(100%) = 67.3%

M

K

3.06

Ans.

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53 ksi] shaft has a reduced diameter of 2.73

in. for 12 in. of its length, as shown in Fig.

P8.80. If the tool used to turn down the

section had a radius of 0.25 in., determine

the maximum allowable bending load P that

can be applied to the end of the shaft if a

factor of safety of 3 with respect to failure

by yielding is specified.

Fig. P8.80

Solution

For hot-rolled steel:

53 ksi

= 17.6667 ksi

allow = Y =

FS

3

At support A

I=

64

Mc (22 in.)P(3 in./2)

=

17.6667 ksi

=

I

3.97608 in.4

P 2.1286 kips

At the reduced section:

w

3 in.

=

= 1.09

h 2.75 in.

(a)

r 0.25 in.

=

= 0.09

h 2.75 in.

I=

64

=

17.6667 ksi

I

2.80738 in.4

P 2.0039 kips

= Kt

Compare the values of P in Eqs. (a) and (b) to find the maximum allowable load:

Pmax = 2.00 kips

(b)

Ans.

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8.81 A hot-rolled steel [Y = 360 MPa] bar with a rectangular cross section will be loaded as a cantilever

beam. The bar has a depth of h = 200 mm and has a 25-mm-diameter hole drilled from top to bottom of

the beam on the centerline of a cross section where a bending moment of 60 kN-m must be supported. If

a factor of safety of 4 with respect to failure by yielding is specified, determine the minimum acceptable

width b for the bar.

Solution

For hot-rolled steel:

360 MPa

= 90 MPa

allow = Y =

FS

4

h 200 mm

=

=8

d

25 mm

Kg =

b

Kt

bd

Ig =

bh3

12

= Kg

Mc

Ig

b

(mm)

ratio d/b

200

0.125

2.65

250

0.10

300

0.08

Therefore:

bmin 300 mm

Kt

Kg

Ig

(106 mm4)

(MPa)

3.03

133.3

136.4

2.70

3.00

166.7

108.0

2.75

3.00

200.0

90.0

Ans.

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