Homework Statement
I meet a problem below:
To check if the angle :200x150x12 S275 Grade can take a twist of 30kNm (on plan ) with Span 3m fixed end connected.
Homework Equations
θ = T L / J G
The Attempt at a Solution
My question is that even I got the angle of twist for this...
Soil mechanics--Triaxial test
Homework Statement
Generally, the triaxial tests can be classified as three types, i.e., UU, CU, and CD tests. The type of test to be adopted depends on how best we can simulate the field conditions. In other words, the purpose of carrying out a particular...
There are totally 4 questions .i struggled for a whole day and i still cannot solve it.Please help me!
For Question 1:
My problem is that i cannot find out the reaction Ax,Ay,Dx,Dy though i establish 4 eqt:
1:Ax+Dx=90 kN
2:Ay+Dy=90 kN
3:summation Ma=0 ,anticlockwise positve...
nope the tutor showed that the wheels of the roller are placed in x-direction(horizontally) , under this condition can the moment still be balanced?If contradiction occurs , i think i' ve made a mistake!
why is there a x-component of F_roller?The roller should be placed vertically as my tutor finally adjusted the question.(sorry! i missed to state in the question!)Doesn't the roller only act a y-direction force on G?i.e. Sum of Fy=F_roller+F_AG=0 and Sum of Fx=F_GF=0
i have tried to take a...
i guess F(gf) should be equal to zero as there is no other force to balance it in x- direction.Am i right? However ,Joint G is applied with a reaction by the roller, i am not sure whether zero member can exist at the joint which is applied with reaction.
Some textbooks state that zero force...
let me explain my solution in detail in this way:
consider FBD of joint D,take x-axis along bar CD, as there is no other force to balance
F(cd) so F(cd)=0.And, F(de)sin\theta=0 ,=> F(de)=0
Thus , CD DE become zero force members which can be neglected in the structure
Then, consider the...
Homework Statement
using joint method,indicate all the zero force members in the truss
(Note that G is a roller, and A is a pin)
Homework Equations
\sumFx, Fy=0
The Attempt at a Solution
my solution:
consider D, by summation Fx,Fy=0, F(cd),F(de)=0
consider E since\sumFx=0,=>...