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EngG 130

Final Examination (Weight to Final Mark = 50%)

Friday December 9, 2011
2 – 4 PM


















Notes:
• Section 23.5 (Exams) of the University Academic Regulations applies to this exam.
Students continuing to write after the end of the exam time is announced will be
given a reduced grade or a grade of zero at the discretion of the instructor.
• Only Faculty Approved NON-PROGRAMMABLE Calculators with the required GOLD
Sticker are permitted
• No books or notes permitted
• All work to be done on the exam paper (use back of page if required)
• Show all your work
• A formula sheet is provided
• Questions are of equal value
• Write your name and student ID on every page
• Read all the questions before starting
• Place a check mark (!) next to your instructors name
• Express your answers to 3 sig. figs. where appropriate


MARKS

Achieved Possible
Question 1 10
Question 2 10
Question 3 10
Question 4 10
Total 40
Lecture Section
A1 M. Gul
D1 A. Lubell
E1 E. Davies
F1 J. Zhang
H1 S. Hassanien
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instructor’s
name !
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Question 1

Three vertical forces and one horizontal force are applied to the pin-jointed truss as shown in
Figure 1.

Marks
3 (a) Determine the support reactions at pin O and roller P.

7 (b) Find the forces in members FH, FG, DG and EG. Indicate if the members are in tension or
compression.




Figure 1













Figure 1








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Question 2

An ice sculpture for a holiday party is in Crate A and its pedestal is in Crate B. Both crates are
painted blue. Crate A and its contents weigh 20 kN, located at the centroid of the crate. Crate B
and its contents weigh 30 kN, located at the centroid of the crate. The coefficient of static
friction between Crate A and Crate B is µ! = 0.3. The coefficient of static friction between
Crate B and the ground is µ" = 0.1. A very strong spring with unstretched length of 1.5 m and a
spring constant of k N/mm is used to keep Crate B from moving while workers are attempting
to position Crate A atop B by pulling with force P in the direction shown in Figure 2.

Using appropriate Free Body Diagrams:

Marks
7 (a) Determine the smallest force P required to cause movement in Crate A. Clearly indicate
whether Crate A moves by sliding or tipping.

3 (b) Determine the smallest magnitude for the spring constant k (in N/mm) that is required so
that Crate B does not move while Crate A is moved.



Figure 2



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Question 3

Beam AEBC in Figure 3 is supported by cable DE, a pin connection at A and a roller at C. An
internal hinge (i.e. pin) is also provided at B. Loading is shown in the figure.
Marks:
3 a) Draw the required Free Body Diagram(s) (FBD) for analysis, and determine the support
reactions at A, D and C. Provide the magnitude and the direction of each reaction force.

3.5 b) Using the axis provided on the following page, draw the Shear Force Diagram (SFD) for the
entire length of beam AEBC. Label the maximum and minimum values and their locations
measured from A.

3.5 c) Using the axis provided on the following page, draw the Bending Moment Diagram (BMD)
for the entire length of beam AEBC. Label the maximum and minimum values and their
locations measured from A.




Figure 3

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SFD:















BMD:

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Question 4

The cross-section geometry of an aluminum machine part is shown in Figure 4, with all
dimensions given in mm.


Marks:
4 a) Determine the (x, y) coordinates of the centroid of the cross-section.

6 b) Determine the Moment of Inertia of the cross-section about a horizontal axis drawn through
the centroid.




Figure 4
y
x
10 40 20
O
r = 20
60
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