454 views

Uploaded by Mohammad Afandi Azmi Raif

- The Scope Ce Board
- Exercises
- 02_1_008
- bc2.3.pdf
- 3 Design of Diaphragm Walls According to en 1997 1
- som paper
- Article
- 299362854-Strap-Footing-sample-pdf.pdf
- 9a01302 Strength of Materials i
- Shear and Development Length
- Honeycomb Sandwich Design Technology
- Flexural Analysis of Pre-stressed Concrete
- Anchorage Design
- wvi.xlsx
- POSEIDON_User_Manual.pdf
- neutral axis hk.pdf
- 02-07ChapGere.pdf
- Chap 05- Stresses in Beams (Basic Topics)
- (L10) Shear in Beams
- CONEXÃO

You are on page 1of 9

If it is subjected to an internal pressure of p = 300 kPa, determine its required thickness if the maximum normal stress is not to exceed 12 MPa.

2. The tank of the air compressor is subjected to an internal pressure of 0.63 MPa. If the internal diameter of the tank is 550 mm, and the wall thickness is 6 mm, determine the stress components acting at point A. Draw a volume element of the material at this point, and show the results on the element.

3. The cap on the cylindrical tank is bolted to the tank along the flanges. The tank has an inner diameter of 1.5 m and a wall thickness of 18 mm. If the largest normal stress is not to exceed 150 MPa, determine the maximum pressure the tank can sustain. Also, compute the number of bolts required to attach the cap to the tank if each bolt has a diameter of 20 mm. The allowable stress for the bolts is (allow)b = 180 MPa.

4. The steel bracket is used to connect the ends of two cables. If the allowable normal stress for the steel is allow = 168 MPa, determine the largest tensile force P that can be applied to the cables. The bracket has a thickness of 12 mm and a width of 18 mm.

5. The vertical force P acts on the bottom of the plate having a negligible weight. Determine the maximum distance d to the edge of the plate at which it can be applied so that it produces no compressive stresses on the plate at section a-a. The plate has a thickness of 10 mm and P acts along the centerline of this thickness.

6. The bar has a diameter of 40 mm. If it is subjected to a force of 800 N as shown, determine the stress components that act at point A and show the results on a volume element located at this point.

7. Since concrete can support little or no tension, this problem can be avoided by using wires or rods to prestress the concrete once it is formed. Consider the simply supported beam shown, which has a rectangular cross section of 450 mm by 300 mm. If concrete has a specific weight of 24 kN/m3, determine the required tension in rod AB, which runs through the beam so that no tensile stress is developed in the concrete at its center section a-a. Neglect the size of the rod and any deflection of the beam.

8. The wide-flange beam is subjected to the loading shown. Determine the stress components at points A and B and show the results on a volume element at each of these points. Use the shear formula to compute the shear stress.

9. The masonry pier is subjected to the 800-kN load. If x = 0.25 m and y = 0.5 m, determine the normal stress at each corner A, B, C, D (not shown) and plot the stress distribution over the cross section. Neglect the weight of the pier.

- The Scope Ce BoardUploaded byeleonor
- ExercisesUploaded byILAYAPERUMAL K
- 02_1_008Uploaded bycmkoh
- bc2.3.pdfUploaded bysatydevsinghnegi
- 3 Design of Diaphragm Walls According to en 1997 1Uploaded byahmedmaghraby
- som paperUploaded bylingayas
- ArticleUploaded byMazda Cai
- 299362854-Strap-Footing-sample-pdf.pdfUploaded byshaimenne
- 9a01302 Strength of Materials iUploaded bysivabharathamurthy
- Shear and Development LengthUploaded byjs kalyana rama
- Honeycomb Sandwich Design TechnologyUploaded byantonellodelre
- Flexural Analysis of Pre-stressed ConcreteUploaded byBia Mughal
- Anchorage DesignUploaded bybee
- wvi.xlsxUploaded byPoshan Dhungana
- POSEIDON_User_Manual.pdfUploaded byDinca Andrei
- neutral axis hk.pdfUploaded byArjun Mullu
- 02-07ChapGere.pdfUploaded byMariane Rodrigues
- Chap 05- Stresses in Beams (Basic Topics)Uploaded byMuhammad Fahim
- (L10) Shear in BeamsUploaded byDemi Ma
- CONEXÃOUploaded byRui Gavina
- 4451R12edUploaded bycezar007
- Kloeckner Westok A5 Pocket GuideUploaded bykyle
- r05312104 Aerospace Vehicle Structures iUploaded bySrinivasa Rao G
- Shear Stress in BeamsUploaded byDaniel Naughton
- SCI AD266Uploaded byJonathan Johnson
- Shear StudsUploaded byrahuljoag
- STR2 Shear Force in a BeamUploaded byhcghgn
- Etabs Flowchart v.9Uploaded byRichard Fernandez
- RCC Structures Design Section 2 - Civil Engineering Questions and Answers Page 8Uploaded bydinesh lama
- Shear WallsUploaded byHumberto Estevez

- New Zealand Society for EarthquakeUploaded byM Refaat Fath
- CE1402-PSCS-1Uploaded bycgajendran_56098156
- Approved EE - CardiologyUploaded byකණිෂ්ක ගුණසේකර
- Loading Computations, Slab,FootingsUploaded byRommel Dave Tejano
- Module a Structural Analysis Suscos 2013 2014 l1 WaUploaded byp18000
- Finite Element Analysis and Model Validation of Shear Deficient Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened With GFRP LaminatesUploaded byZiyad12
- Bamboo structureUploaded by52891
- 10.pdfUploaded byacpd75
- Concrete Path GuidelinesUploaded byKipego
- RC Structure Retrofitting by CFRP-IJAERDV04I0296177Uploaded byEditor IJAERD
- Rule No. 1Uploaded byAlbert Alimin
- Vol2SDM.pdfUploaded byMohammed
- Reinforced Concrete Design on ACI_Part 1.pdfUploaded byshahrol905
- Lecture 2 Statically Determinate TrussesUploaded byAnusha Adavikottu
- FEA Report (Raj)Uploaded byThilagaraj Pannir Selvam
- NotUploaded byasluznet
- ATP-eng-2013Uploaded byMuhammad Ilyas
- 100712 Design Slabs Shear_ACI 318Uploaded byJonathan Wardrop
- TDS233Uploaded byfordesign
- Assessing the Impact of Cement Content and Type on the Durability of Roller Compacted Concrete Using NDTUploaded byAmin Mojiri
- ACI 550.1R-01 Emulating Cast-In-Place Detailing in Precast Concrete StructuresUploaded bynoijp
- Design Report Rev 02Uploaded byKhurram Shahzad
- Appendix 5 BOQ Piling Works Rev.01Uploaded byLandon Mitchell
- powcedUploaded byAjay Sastry
- effect of sra admixturesUploaded byRoberto Muselli
- design of rcc structures introductionUploaded bynivedhitha
- Retain Wall Counter FortUploaded byMarlon Martinez
- Section Modulus - Wikipedia, The Free EncyclopediaUploaded byfree4bruce
- Concrete Road Construction 1Uploaded byCheor Wai Kit
- Timber DesignUploaded byAprille Lyn Maramara Silla