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School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Assignment

The Cover Page (pg. 2 of this document) is to be stapled as a front page of your

submission. All workings must be shown and hand written.

You are to submit a hardcopy of your work to the assignment box marked “GAO” on

level 6 of the Civil Engineering building, Kensington campus. The deadline for

submission is 5pm on Friday 5 October 2018.

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Cover Page

Engineering

Assignment Name:______________

Student ID:__________

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Question 1:

The simply supported beam shown in Figure 1 carries two uniformly distributed loads and a

point load.

1) Calculate the reactions at B and C.

2) Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams, clearly indicating the magnitude and

sign of all actions at A, B and C.

Figure 1

Question 2:

For the beam shown in Figure 2, calculate the reactions at B and C and neatly draw the shear

force and bending moment diagrams.

Figure 2

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Question 3:

Calculate the reactions at B and C and draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for

the simply supported beam structure shown in Figure 3.

20 kN/m

B C

50 kN

3m 10 m

Figure 3

Question 4:

For the frame shown in Figure 4,

1) Find the reactions at A and E.

2) Draw the axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams for the frame, showing the

magnitude of all peak values.

30 kN/m

50 kN

B D E

C

6m

100 kN

5m 6m 4m

Figure 4

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Question 5:

Calculate the reactions at A and F and draw the axial force, shear force and bending moment

diagrams for the frame shown in Figure 5.

10 kN

C D E

5m

10 kN/m

20 kN

B F

A

3m 5m 2m

Figure 5

Question 6:

For the frame shown in Figure 6,

1) Find the reactions at A and D.

2) Draw the axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams for the frame.

Figure 6

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Question 7:

For the pin-joined truss shown in Figure 7,

1) Find the reactions at A and G.

2) Determine the force in members BC, BF, FC and FE. State if these members are in tension or

compression.

A B C

150 kN 3m

G F E D 30 kN

4m 4m 4m

Figure 7

Question 8:

For the pin-joined truss shown in Figure 8, 1) Find the reactions at A and J; 2) Determine the

axial force in each of the 7 members connected at E, and state if these members are in tension or

compression.

Figure 8

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Name: ASSIGNMENT Semester 2, 2018

Student ID: CVEN1300 Engineering Mechanics

Question 9:

The three blocks have weights of WA=60 kg, WB=15 kg and WC=50 kg. Determine the smallest

horizontal force P that must be applied to block C in order to move this block. The coefficient of

static friction between the blocks is 0.3 and between the floor and each block is 0.5.

Figure 9

Question 10:

Locate the centroid x , y of the beam’s cross-sectional area as shown in Figure 10, and then

determine the second moment of area with respect to the centroidal x ' and y ' axes.

Figure 10

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