# Student ID: -------------- Term test#1- October 19, 2015 Time allowed: 90 minutes

Materials allowed: Hard Bound Text book, and ENCS approved calculators.
Note: the student next to you is wrong

PROBLEM #1: (15 Marks)
A single horizontal force of 600N is applied to end D of the
lever ABD. Knowing that the portion AB of the lever has a
diameter of 30mm, determine
a) σx, σy, and τxy, on an element located at point H having
sides parallel to the x and y axes
b) draw Mohr’s circle (need not to scale)
c) principal stresses σ1, σ2 and max shear stress τmax
d) draw the rotated stress element showing the principal
stresses

based on maximum shear stress theory and energy distortion theory. 3 = -29.5 * -29.8 MPa a) Energy Distortion theory e = (86.5 MPa . max = 58. 2 = 0. Solution 1 = 86. determine the tensile yield strength required to provide a safety factor of 2 with respect to initial yielding.92 – 86.41 MPa Page 2 of 5 .9 MPa.9)1/2 MPa .Student ID: --------------------- PROBLEM #2: (5 Marks) For the problem 1.70 MPa Sy = 2 X e = 209.2 MPa a) Max Shear Stress theory Sy = 2 X 2 X max = 232. e = 104.52 + 29.

Where would you expect to encounter the highest shear stress and what is its value? [The equation of the eccentricity of a circular beam with a circular cross-section is provided] 1⁄ 1⁄ 2 2 2 [𝑟𝑜 + 𝑟𝑖 ] 𝑟𝑛 = 4 𝑒 = 𝑟̅ − 𝑟𝑛 Page 3 of 5 .Student ID: --------------------- PROBLEM #3: (20 Marks) The circular ring shown below is made from a circular cross-section 3” diameter bar. The inside diameter of the ring is 4”. calculate the total internal stresses at the inner and the outer material fibres at section A-A’. For the load shown.

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