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21. An airfilled
mm.
21.
airfilledrubber
rubber ball
ball has
has aadiameter
diameterofof150
6 in.
If
If the
pressurewithin
withinit itisisincreased
increased until
until the
the balls
the
airair
pressure
mm,determine
determinethe
theaverage
average normal
diameter becomes
becomes 175
7 in.,
strain in the rubber.
rubber.
d0 == 150
6 in.mm
d == 175
7 in.mm
pd pd0 1757 150
6 = 0.167 mm/mm
e 5 pd  pd
5
0
e = pd0
= 150 = 0.167 in./in.
pd0
6
Ans.
22.
22. A thin strip of rubber has an unstretched length of
15
If it is
aroundaround
a pipe having
outer diameter
375in.mm.
Ifstretched
it is stretched
a pipean
having
an outer
of
5 in., determine
the average
normal
strain innormal
the strip.
diameter
of 125 mm,
determine
the average
strain
in the strip.
L0 = 15 in.
L0 = 375 mm
L = p(5 in.)
L = p(125 mm)
L LL
5p 15
375
L
0 0 125p
e5
=
== 0.0472 mm/mm
in.>in.
5=
15
375
LL00
Ans.
4m
LBD
LCE
=
3
7
3 (10)
= 4.286 mm
7
LCE
10
=
=
= 0.00250 mm>mm
L
4000
LBD =
eCE
eBD =
3m
2m
2m
Ans.
LBD
4.286
=
= 0.00107 mm>mm
L
4000
Ans.
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C
300
LAC
eAC = eAB =
 LAC
LAC
301.734  300
=
= 0.00578 mm>mm
LAC
300
mm
30
Ans.
30
300
mm
E
D
2m
1.5 m
3m
2m
A
Since the vertical displacement of end C is small compared to the length of member
AC, the vertical displacement dB of point B, can be approximated by referring to the
similar triangle shown in Fig. a
dB
10
=
;
dB = 4 mm
2
5
The unstretched lengths of wires BD and CE are LBD = 1500 mm and
LCE = 2000 mm.
dB
4
Ans.
=
= 0.00267 mm>mm
A eavg B BD =
LBD
1500
A eavg B CE =
dC
10
=
= 0.005 mm>mm
LCE
2000
Ans.
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y
2 mm
P
3 mm
5 mm
3 mm
5 mm
3 mm
g = tan  1 a
2
b = 11.31 = 0.197 rad
10
Ans.
27. If the
theunstretched
unstretched
length
the bowstring
is
27.
length
of theofbowstring
is 35.5 in.,
887.5 mm, determine
average
normal
strain
in when
the string
determine
the averagethe
normal
strain
in the
string
it is
when it is to
stretched
to theshown.
position shown.
stretched
the position
18 mm
in.
450
6 in.
150
mm
18 mm
in.
450
L  L0
37.947 887.5
35.5
948.68
== 0.0689
=
0.0689mm/mm
in.>in.
L0
35.5
887.5
Ans.
450 mm
450 mm
150 mm
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u
D
P
300 mm
300 mm
= 501.255 mm
eAB =
AB  AB
501.255  500
=
AB
500
400 mm
Ans.
= 0.00251 mm>mm
29.
u
D
P
300 mm
300 mm
AB = AB + eABAB
400 mm
p
(0.4185) rad
u = 90.4185  90 = 0.4185 =
180
D = 600(u) = 600(
p
)(0.4185) = 4.38 mm
180
Ans.
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y
A
16 mm
D
3 mm
3 mm 16 mm
16 mm
16 mm
13
p rad
b = 39.09 a
b = 0.6823 rad
16
180
16
p rad
b = 50.91 a
b = 0.8885 rad
13
180
A gxy B A =
A gxy B B =
p
p
 2f =
 2(0.6823) = 0.206 rad
2
2
Ans.
p
p
 2a =
 2(0.8885) =  0.206 rad
2
2
Ans.
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y
A
16 mm
D
3 mm
3 mm 16 mm
16 mm
16 mm
Referring to Fig. a,
LAB = 2162 + 162 = 2512 mm
LBD = 16 + 16 = 32 mm
LBD = 13 + 13 = 26 mm
Thus,
A eavg B AB =
A eavg B BD =
LAB  LAB
2425  2512
=
=  0.0889 mm>mm
LAB
2512
LBD  LBD
26  32
=
=  0.1875 mm>mm
LBD
32
Ans.
Ans.
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y
3 mm
2
= 0.006667 rad
300
3
u2 = tan u2 =
= 0.0075 rad
400
u1 = tan u1 =
400 mm
gxy = u1 + u2
213.
3 mm
w = tan
400 mm
3
b = 0.42971
a
400
B
2 mm
f = tan
300 mm
Ans.
1
2
a
b = 0.381966
300
300 mm
B
2 mm
DB = 496.6014 mm
496.6014  500
=  0.00680 mm>mm
500
400.01125  400
=
= 0.0281(10  3) mm>mm
400
eDB =
Ans.
eAD
Ans.
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y
B
60
60
1255mm
in.
200
8 in.mm
(0.02)(125)
= 127.5
= LAB + eAB LAB = 125
5 + +(0.02)(5)
= 5.10
in. mm
LAB
(0.035)(200)
= 207.0
= LAC + eACLAC = 8200
+ +(0.035)(8)
= 8.28
in. mm
LAC
Geometry:
2
2
2
4.3301
=.25
6.7268
in. mm
a = 28
a =2 200
= 168.17
108
2
2
2 2
2
= 9.2268
+ 8.28
 2(9.2268)(8.28)
cos u
5.10 12 27.52
= 230.67
+ 207.02
2(230.67)(207.0)
u = 33.317
u = 33.317
x
33.317
= 6.9191
in. mm
= 8.28
x9 = cos
207.0
cos 33.317
= 172.98
y
33.317
= 4.5480
in. mm
= 8.28
y9 = sin
207.0
sin 33.317
= 113.70
x = (x
 a)
x = (x9
a)
Ans.
= (6.9191
 6.7268)
= =
 0.192
=
(172.98
168.17)
4.81 in.
mm
y
 4.3301)
= (y
y = (y9
108.25)
Ans.
= (4.5480
 4.3301)
= =
(113.70
108.25)
= 0.218
5.45 in.
mm
230.67 mm
62.5 mm
108.25 mm
125 mm
127.5 mm
200 mm
207.0 mm
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215.
215. Two bars are used to support a load P. When
unloaded, AB
in. long,
is 8AC
in. long,
and
thelong,
ring at
A
ABisis5 125
mmAC
long,
is 200
mm
and
has
(0,coordinates
0). If a load (0,
is applied
theisring
at A, so
the coordinates
ring at A has
0). If a to
load
applied
to
that
it moves
to itthe
coordinate
position (0.25
in.,
the ring
at A, soitthat
moves
it to the coordinate
position
0.73mm,
in.),18.25
determine
normal strain
in eachstrain
bar. in each
(6.25
mm),the
determine
the normal
bar.
y
B
60
60
in.
1255mm
8 in.mm
200
Geometry:
a = a =
= 168.17
1082.25
282200
 24.3301
=2 6.7268
in. mm
LAB
(62.5 ++6.25
)2 +2 (+108
.25 + 18+.25
)2 2
= 2(2.5
0.25)
(4.3301
0.73)
A9B =
=
= 143.98
5.7591 mm
in.
2
2
168.17 6.250.25)
)2 + (2108
25 + 18.25
= 205
.48 mm
L
+ .(4.3301
+ )0.73)
LA9C
AC == (2(6.7268
==205.48
8.2191mm
in.
LAB  LAB
LAB
5.7591 125
5
143.98
mm/mm
== 0.152 in.>in.
5
125
Ans.
LAC  LAC
LAC
8.2191 200
8
205.48
== 0.0274 in.>in.
mm/mm
8
200
Ans.
230.67 mm
62.5 mm
108.25 mm
108.25 mm
125 mm
200 mm
18.25 mm
62.5 mm
6.25 mm
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y
D
Geometry:
3 mm
B
53 mm
50 mm
91.5
= 79.5860 mm
C
50 mm
8 mm
= 70.8243 mm
AB  AB
AB
70.8243  70.7107
= 1.61 A 10  3 B mm>mm
70.7107
Ans.
CD  CD
CD
79.5860  70.7107
= 126 A 10  3 B mm>mm
70.7107
Ans.
1
(2 eAB cos2 u + 2eCB sin2 u))
2
Ans.
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5 mm
2 mm
2 mm
4 mm
300 mm
2
a = c =
= 0.00662252 rad
302
b = u =
400 mm
2 mm
3 mm
2
= 0.00496278 rad
403
Shear Strain:
(gB)xy = a + b
= 0.0116 rad = 11.6 A 10  3 B rad
Ans.
Ans.
(gA)xy = (u + c)
5 mm
2 mm
2 mm
4 mm
300 mm
400 mm
2 mm
3 mm
(gC)xy = (a + b)
= 0.0116 rad =  11.6 A 10  3 B rad
Ans.
Ans.
(gD)xy = u + c
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5 mm
2 mm
2 mm
Geometry:
AC = DB = 24002 + 3002 = 500 mm
300 mm
400 mm
2 mm
AC  AC
500.8  500
=
AC
500
Ans.
Ans.
eDB =
A
3 mm
4 mm
DB  DB
506.4  500
=
DB
500
221.
600 mm
Geometry: Referring to Fig. a, the stretched length of LBD can be determined using
the consine law,
A
LBD = 2(0.6 cos 45)2 + (0.6 sin 45)2  2(0.6 cos 45)(0.6 sin 45) cos 93
45
B
= 0.6155 m
LBD  LBD
0.6155  0.6
= 0.0258 m>m
=
LBD
0.6
Ans.
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y
15.18 mm
B
Shear Strain:
(gA)xy =
89.7
p

p
2
180
15.24 mm
15 mm
= 5.24 A 10  3 B rad
Ans.
89.7
A
15 mm
15.18 mm
y
15.18 mm
B
15.24 mm
15 mm
89.7
A
15 mm
15.18 mm
Geometry:
AC = BD = 2152 + 152 = 21.2132 mm
eBD
AC  AC
21.5665  21.2132
=
AC
21.2132
Ans.
Ans.
BD  BD
21.4538  21.2132
=
=
BD
21.2132
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y
15.18 mm
B
15.24 mm
15 mm
89.7
A
(gC)xy =
15 mm
15.18 mm
p
89.7

p
2
180
= 5.24 A 10  3 B rad
Ans.
225.
u 2
u 2
3m
2
= (1)
p = 0.03491 m
180
2
xB = (4)
p = 0.13963 m
180
1m
4m
x = 4 + xB  xA = 4.10472 m
AB = 232 + 4.104722 = 5.08416 m
AB = 232 + 42 = 5.00 m
Average Normal Strain:
eAB =
=
AB  AB
AB
5.08416  5
= 16.8 A 10  3 B m>m
5
Ans.
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y
15 mm
10 mm
25 mm
D
B
E
75 mm
90 mm
80 mm
Referring to Fig. a,
LBE = 2(90  75)2 + 802 = 26625 mm
LAC = 21002 + 152 = 210225 mm
LCD = 80  15 + 25 = 90 mm
f = tan1
25
p rad
= 14.04
= 0.2450 rad.
100
180
When the plate deforms, the vertical position of point B and E do not change.
LBB
15
=
;
LBB = 13.5 mm
90
100
LEE
25
=
;
75
100
LEE = 18.75 mm
Thus,
A eavg B AC =
A eavg B CD =
A eavg B BE =
LAC  LAC
210225  100
=
= 0.0112 mm>mm
LAC
100
Ans.
LCD  LCD
90  80
=
= 0.125 mm>mm
LCD
80
Ans.
LBE  LBE
27492.5625  26625
=
= 0.0635 mm>mm
LBE
26625
Ans.
Referring to Fig. a, the angle at corner F becomes larger than 90 after the plate
deforms. Thus, the shear strain is negative.
Ans.
0.245 rad
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y
15 mm
10 mm
25 mm
D
C
B
75 mm
90 mm
Thus,
A eavg B AD =
A eavg B CF =
LAD  LAD
221025  216400
=
= 0.132 mm>mm
LAD
216400
LCF  LCF
214225  216400
=
= 0.0687 mm>mm
LCF
216400
80 mm
Ans.
Ans.
P xex
x
x
L
dL = e dx = x ex dx
L =
L0
x ex dx
L
1
1
1
2
2
=  c ex d =  c eL  d
2
2
2
0
1
2
[1  eL ]
2
Ans.
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229.
m.If
If it is
229. The
Thecurved
curvedpipe
pipehas
hasan
anoriginal
originalradius
radiusofof0.6
2 ft.
heated nonuniformly, so that the normal strain along its length
is P = 0.05 cos u, determine the increase in length of the pipe.
e = 0.05 cos u
L =
L0
0.6
2 ftm
e dL
(0.6
du)
(0.05 cos u)(2
du)
9090
90
90
cos
u du
u] 0u]
0.100mft
= 0.1
0.03
cos
u du= =[0.1[sin
0.03[sin
] == 0.03
0
L0 0
230.
90
Ans.
du=====e
= 0.08
dL == 0.6
2 du
e = 0.08 sin
u sin u
L =
=
e dL
L0
90
2 ftm
0.6
= 0.048
0.16
L0 0
Ans.
y
y
x2
Geometry:
L =
L0
1m
ft
1 + a
dy 2
b dx
dx
However y = x2 then
L =
=
L0
u
90
90
sin
cos u]u]0 ==0.16
sinu ududu== 0.16[0.048[cos
0.048ft m
90
90
ft
1m
dy
= 2x
dx
ft
1m
1m
ft
21 + 4 x2 dx
1
1m
ft
C 2x21 + 4 x2 + ln A 2x + 21 + 4x2 B D 0
4
= 1.47894 ft
m
Ans.
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y
x
300 mm
Shear Strain:
dy
= tan gxy ;
dx
dy
= tan (0.02 x)
dx
L0
dy =
L0
300 mm
mm
y = 50[ln cos (0.02x)]300
0
Ans.
= 2.03 mm
y
B
vB
B
L
Geometry:
2
uA A
u
x
1 +
eAB = B 1 +
2uA cos u
1 2yB sin u
+ ...  1
2
L
L
yB sin u
uA cos u
L
L
Ans.
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s  s
b
s
eB =
S  S
S
=
eB  eA
S  S
S  S
S
S
S 2  SS  SS + S2
SS
S 2 + S2  2SS
=
SS
=
(S  S)2
S  S
S  S
=
SS
S
S
= eA eB (Q.E.D)
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