Problems in strength of materials containing questions about shear stresses.

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P is 30 kN and the diameter of the bolt is 10 mm.

Determine the average value of the shearing stress existing

across either planes aa or bb .

2. Low-carbon structural steel has a shearing ultimate strength of approximately 300 MPa. Determine the force

P necessary to punch a 2.5-cm-diameter hole through a plate of this steel 1 cm thick. If the modulus of

elasticity in shear for this material is 82 GPa, find the shear strain at the edge of this hole when the shear

stress is 143 MPa.

sometimes used to determine the compression shear strength

of glued joints. Consider the pair of glued blocks A and

B of the figure which are 38 mm deep in a direction

perpendicular to the plane of the paper. Determine the

shearing ultimate strength of the glue if a vertical force of 40

kN is required to cause rupture of the joint. It is to be noted

that a good glue causes a large proportion of the failure to

occur in the wood.

4. The shearing stress in a piece of structural steel is 100 MPa. If the modulus of rigidity G is 85 GPa, find

the shearing strain .

figure. If the diameter of the rivet is 20 mm and the load

P is 30 kN, what is the average shearing stress

developed in the rivet?

6. One common type of weld for joining two plates is the fillet weld. This weld undergoes shear as well as

tension or compression and frequently bending in addition. For the two plates shown, determine the

allowable tensile force P that may be applied using an allowable working stress of 77 MPa for shear

loading. Consider only shearing stresses in the weld. The load is applied midway between the two welds.

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7. Shafts and pulleys are usually fastened together by means of

a key, as shown the figure. Consider a pulley subject to a

turning moment T of 1000 Nm keyed by a

1 1 8 cm key to the shaft. The shaft is 5 cm in

diameter. Determine the shear stress on a horizontal plane

through the key.

by a stranded steel cable passing over a pulley on a davit

anchored to the top deck. The cable at each end carries a

tension of 4000 N and the cable as well as the pulley are

located in a vertical plane as shown. The pulley may rotate

freely about the horizontal circular axle indicated. Determine

the diameter d of this axle if the allowable transverse

shearing stress is 50 MPa.

configuration shown in the figure. Horizontal wind loads will

act on the building exerting pressures on the vertical face that

may be approximated as uniform within each of the three

layers as shown. From empirical expressions for wind

pressures at the midpoint of each of the three layers, we have

a pressure of 781 N/m 2 on the lower layer, 1264 N/m 2 on the

middle layer, and 1530 N/m2 on the top layer. Determine the

resisting shear that the foundation must develop to withstand

this wind load.

10. Two 1.5-mm-thick strips of titanium alloy 45 mm wide are joined by a 45 laser weld as shown. A 100 kW

carbon dioxide laser system is employed to form the joint. If the allowable shearing stress in the alloy is 440

MPa and the joint is assumed to be 100 percent efficient, determine the maximum allowable force P that

may be applied.

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