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# Homework 1

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Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Hour of class: ______ 1. A homogeneous bar AB with a weight of 150Kg is supporting a force of 2KN, as represented in the figure. The bar is hold by a bolt in B and with a cable CD with a diameter of 10mm. Determine the stress in the cable. R: 87MPa

2. Two cylindrical solid rods AB and BC are welded in B and loaded as shown. Knowing that the normal

stress must not exceed 25ksi in any rod, find the minimum permissible diameters d1 and d2. R: 1.059in, 0.714in

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3. The bars AB and BC have a diameter of 4mm and 6mm If the vertical load of 8KN is applied to the ring in B: a) Determine the angle of the bar BC so that the normal stress in both bars is the same. b) What is the value of this stress? R: 63.6, 315.852MPa

4. A solid circular pole ABC supports a load P1 = 1600pounds at the top. Another load P2 is distributed around

the support at B. The diameters of the upper and lower pole are in 1.2in and 2.4in respectively: a) Calculate the normal stress AB at the upper pole. b) If the same stress is required at both poles AB and BC, what should be the force P2? R: 1414.71psi, 4800pounds

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5. A stiff beam AB, of 3 m of total length, it is maintained by vertical bars in its extremes, and maintains at the

same time a load downward in C, of P = 60KN. The diameters of the steel suspension bars are d 1 = 25mm and d2 = 20mm. Take not into account the weight of the beam AB neither of the bars. a) If the load is in x = 1m, which are the stress in the bars of suspension? b) To what distance x from A should be placed the load, so that both bars support the same stress? R: 81.487MPa, 63.662MPa, 1.17m

6. In the figure is shown a portion of the landing gear of a plane. Determine the compression stress in the damper AB produced by a reaction to the landing spot of 20KN, AB forms an angle of 53.1 with BC. The damper AB has a tubular cross section with inner diameter of 30mm and outer diameter of 40mm. R: 65.7MPa

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7. The link BD consists on a unique bar with 30mm of width and 12mm of thickness. Knowing that every bolt

has a diameter of 10mm, calculate the maximum value of the normal average stress in link BD if: a) = 0 . b) = 90 . R: 72.168MPa, 125MPa

8. All the bars of the structure have a cross-section area of 1.25in2. Determine the normal stress on each bar if

the load P is 8kips. Mention if the stress is of tension or compression. R: AB=+10.666Ksi, AE=-8.533Ksi, BE=+4.8Ksi, DE=-8.533Ksi, BD=-18.666Ksi, BC=+23.333Ksi

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9. Calculate the compressive stress in the connecting rod when a force P = 10pounds is applied to the brake

pedal (notices that the attachment line of the force P is parallel to the connecting rod). The diameter of the connecting rod is of 0.22in and the other showed dimensions are perpendiculars to the action line of the force P. R: 1446.863psi

A column, in a two-floor construction, is manufactured with structural square pipe, with the cross dimensions that are shown in the figure. The column supports the axial loads P A and PB as indicated. Calculate the axial stress in the segment AB and in the segment AC. (Do not consider the weight of the column). R: 35.714MPa, 60.948MPa
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