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2. Estimate the stiffness matrix for the triangular element with the (x,y) coordinates of the

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

2. Estimate the stiffness matrix for the triangular element with the (x,y) coordinates of the

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

2. Estimate the stiffness matrix for the triangular element with the (x,y) coordinates of the

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

2. Estimate the stiffness matrix for the triangular element with the (x,y) coordinates of the

nodes are (0,-4), (8,0) and (0,4) at nodes i, j, k. Assume plane stress condition E= 200

GPa, Poissions ratio = 0.35.

IV Class Test Paper FEM B/S

1. The nodal coordinates and the nodal displacements of a triangular element, under a

specific load condition, are given below: Xi = 0, Yi = 0, Xj = 1 in., Yj = 3 in., Xk = 4 in.,

Yk = 1 in. Q2i1 = 0.001 in., Q2i = 0.0005 in., Q2j1 = 0.0005 in., Q2j = 0.0015 in.,

Q2k1 = 0.002 in., Q2k = 0.001 in. If E = 30 106 psi and v = 0.3, find the stresses in

the element.

1. The nodal coordinates and the nodal displacements of a triangular element, under a

specific load condition, are given below: Xi = 0, Yi = 0, Xj = 1 in., Yj = 3 in., Xk = 4 in.,

Yk = 1 in. Q2i1 = 0.001 in., Q2i = 0.0005 in., Q2j1 = 0.0005 in., Q2j = 0.0015 in.,

Q2k1 = 0.002 in., Q2k = 0.001 in. If E = 30 106 psi and v = 0.3, find the stresses in

the element.

1. The nodal coordinates and the nodal displacements of a triangular element, under a

specific load condition, are given below: Xi = 0, Yi = 0, Xj = 1 in., Yj = 3 in., Xk = 4 in.,

Yk = 1 in. Q2i1 = 0.001 in., Q2i = 0.0005 in., Q2j1 = 0.0005 in., Q2j = 0.0015 in.,

Q2k1 = 0.002 in., Q2k = 0.001 in. If E = 30 106 psi and v = 0.3, find the stresses in

the element.

specific load condition, are given below: Xi = 0, Yi = 0, Xj = 1 in., Yj = 3 in., Xk = 4 in.,

Yk = 1 in. Q2i1 = 0.001 in., Q2i = 0.0005 in., Q2j1 = 0.0005 in., Q2j = 0.0015 in.,

Q2k1 = 0.002 in., Q2k = 0.001 in. If E = 30 106 psi and v = 0.3, find the stresses in

the element.

specific load condition, are given below: Xi = 0, Yi = 0, Xj = 1 in., Yj = 3 in., Xk = 4 in.,

Yk = 1 in. Q2i1 = 0.001 in., Q2i = 0.0005 in., Q2j1 = 0.0005 in., Q2j = 0.0015 in.,

Q2k1 = 0.002 in., Q2k = 0.001 in. If E = 30 106 psi and v = 0.3, find the stresses in

the element.

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