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where a and b are scalar parameters with appropriate dimensions, x and y are the

Cartessian coordinates, and ex and ey are the unit vectors in the coordinate directions.

Compute the small strain tensor field for this state of deformation.

0 1

σ= MPa .

1 2

where E is the stiffness and η the viscosity. Assume that the material is subjected to

a step strain loading ε(t) = εo H(t) and compute the stress response for the material.

[Note: εo is a given scalar and H(·) is the Heaviside step function.]

1

University of California Spring 2009

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering SEMM

Name:

Problem #1

A shaft of length L and triangular tubular cross section as shown in the figure (t a) is

fixed at the left end while being subjected to a distributed torque as shown. The distributed

torque varies linearly between the value m at the center and 0 at the free end.

1. Determine the angle of twist at the free end of the shaft if the material is linear

elastic with shear modulus G.

2. If the material can only take a stress τy in shear before yielding, determine the

maximum value my that can be applied before the shaft starts yielding.

Remark: Express your answers in terms of L, a, t, m, G and τy , as required.

m (torque/length) t

0

a

L/2 L/2 a

Problem #2

The beam shown in the figure is loaded by a uniform load w along the overhang. Its

cross section is made by gluing together four planks with epoxy, as shown in the figure.

Determine the minimum strength of the epoxy in terms of L, a and w, as needed.

a/2 a a/2

w

a

4a

hinge 2a epoxy

a

L L L

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