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## Figure (1) shows a slider crank mechanism.

C
60

150mm

50mm

B
Use kinematics software (Working Model) to model and plot the
response of this mechanism.

Figure 1

A-

## Figure 2 depicts an assembly of two bar elements made of different

materials. Determine the nodal displacements, element stresses, and the
reaction force using Finite Element Technique.
A1, E1, L1
A2, E2, L2

20,000 Ib

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1 A1= 4in^2

## E1= 15X10^6 Ib./in.^2

L1= 20 in.

A2= 2.25in^2
E2= 10X10^6 Ib./in.^2
L1= 20 in.

Figure 2

B- There are two plate that come into contact on the application of a

Plate 1

100

30

Plate 2

30

## E= 20e3 , Poisson ratio= 0.3

0.02

vertical load on the top plate that acts as a cantilever plate. Determine stress
values The dimensions
and the material properties of the 2 plates are given in the figure below

## -0.02 100 -20

Figure 3

A- A steel rod subjected to compression is modeled by two bar elements,
as shown in Figure 3. Determine the nodal displacements and the axial
stress in each element. What other concerns should be examined? If the
maximum stress equal 150 MPa minimize the weight of a mechanical
element.

0.5m

0.5m
12KN

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B-

## This plate is a simple 3D static structural problem of a simple bracket

as shown in the figure. This bracket is made of a 20 mm thick steel plate.
The material properties of steel.
- Determine the nodal DOF solution x, y and z
- Determine the nodal von mises total mechanical strain

35

258
36

250

60
R50
35

R20
58

R30

Dim. in mm.
Thick. 20 mm

E 30e6
v 0.3

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10000N

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45

120
20

Figure (4) shows a part of machine fixed from the bottom end with a rotating
machine frame. A tension load of 1000 N is applied to the top end.
Use Finite Element (ANSYS) software to calculate:
a. Total deformation.
b. Max. and min. principal strains.
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c. Max. Shear strain.
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d. Normal and shear strains.
e. Max. and min. principal stresses.
f. Max. Shear stress.
g. Normal and shear stresses.
FIXTION SIDE
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12

10

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Figure (5) shows a steel alloy stud used in automotive suspension system to
connect two joints. A bearing dynamic load of 300 N.M is applied.
Use Finite Element (Ansys) software to calculate:
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a.Total deformation.
b. Max. and min. principal strains.
c. Max. Shear strain.
T=300 N.m
d. Normal and shear strains.
e. Max. and min. principal stresses.
f. Max. Shear stress.
g. Normal and shear stresses.
FORCE

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The stud diameter and length are 12 and 36 mm, respectively. The head
diameter and length are 24 and 10 mm, respectively. The two chamfers are
1 mm.