What is Bending stress: Definition and 52 Discussions
In applied mechanics, bending (also known as flexure) characterizes the behavior of a slender structural element subjected to an external load applied perpendicularly to a longitudinal axis of the element.
The structural element is assumed to be such that at least one of its dimensions is a small fraction, typically 1/10 or less, of the other two. When the length is considerably longer than the width and the thickness, the element is called a beam. For example, a closet rod sagging under the weight of clothes on clothes hangers is an example of a beam experiencing bending. On the other hand, a shell is a structure of any geometric form where the length and the width are of the same order of magnitude but the thickness of the structure (known as the 'wall') is considerably smaller. A large diameter, but thin-walled, short tube supported at its ends and loaded laterally is an example of a shell experiencing bending.
In the absence of a qualifier, the term bending is ambiguous because bending can occur locally in all objects. Therefore, to make the usage of the term more precise, engineers refer to a specific object such as; the bending of rods, the bending of beams, the bending of plates, the bending of shells and so on.
The book's answer key shows a normal stress P/A as a result of adding the 350LB force from the cable to the cos(45 degrees)(350LB). It shows both of these as compressive forces. I can see how the cos(45 degrees)(350LB) is compressive; the force of the 350LB load is bending the boom clockwise...
How come in the lewis bending equation for spur gear tooth does the lewis form factor depend on x? x being the vertical distance measured from the triangle that is formed from the base t and fillet a. I know that you can express the height h and width t in terms of x such that x= t^2/4h, but why?
I know the out of plane bending stress equation for a curved I beam but I am trying to figure out where it came from. sigmaR = tFlange * sigmaNormal/(radius of curvature)
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I was wondering if anyone could figure out the what the equation below means, specifically the W term?
The equation to calculate bending stress for a cross section that i have used and i know is correct is:-
Bending Stress = Moment (M) * Distance From Neutral Axis (Z) / Second...
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I am trying to calculate the bending stress of a simply supported beam with a load of 12kn at the middle of a 6m span, member depth of 0.016m
I have drawn both the bending moment and shear force diagram.
I want to know the following:-
1) When calculating the bending stress would...
In both designs, a PVC pipe is being bent 90 degrees, fixed at each end.
In both designs, the pipe is fixed at both ends.
In both designs, the pipe is 1" (inner diameter) Schedule 40 PVC pipe, 450 PSI. Material code PVC 1120. NSF pw-G ASTM D1785 PPFA 02199101H6BX 0934.
In design A, the length of...
I've attached a photo of a "problem". How would you calculate the stress at the area in question? I seriously doubt that the bending stress would vary linearly throughout the whole meter of total length of the section. I would expect it to become zero long before it reaches the opposite...
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A 30kg pallet falls from a height of 2m onto a protective cover. The cover has an area of 269m² and an overall thickness of 10.9mm.
a. What is the force/pressure on the cover?
b. What is the bending stress on the cover?
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F=ma
bending stress =...
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find bending stress in x and y dir
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I = bh^3/12 + ad^2
Stress = Mc/I
The Attempt at a Solution
I = bh^3/12 + ad^2
Stress = Mc/I
see attached calculations
My prof gave us a question where we have a motor (20" tall) sitting on a frame with a load of...
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My name is Dimas M. Rachman, i am an undergraduate student majoring in Ocean Engineering/Naval Architecture.
I am currently working on my final project. I need to model the effect of bending stress "inside" a plate of ship's deck with Ansys Workbench.
Here is a review about...
I have ran an FEA simulation on a lever to work out the stress on the part. I have now started doing some hand calculations to validate the software results and am struggling to get the values to match up. I am unsure whether my calculations are wrong, or whether the software is incorrect.
The...
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From the solution , it's clear that the top part of the beam undergo tension , while the lower part undergo compression .
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But , i don't understand why it is so . When the moment is applied in the horizontal axis , the structure...
Hi, I'm trying to calculate bending stress for a cylindrical beam. I'd like to have my result double checked because I got an answer that doesn't make sense to me. All of this is personal research, so I'm not very confident in my answer.
It's a cantilever beam with a point mass of 347.4 oz. on...
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bending
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form the link, we know that σ represent the bending stress, I'm wondering can I call the bending stress as normal stress act at the cross sectional area of beam?Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
IMO, they are not the...
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If w = 74 kN/m , determine the absolute maximum bending stress in the beam in MPa.
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I'm not too sure how to go about my calculations. Please help!
The Attempt at a Solution
I = [(1/12)*(200*256^3)] - [(1/12)*(192*250^3)] = 29.62*10^6
F = 74*24*1000? [/B]
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I am a new member of PF.I have a basic question about the bending stress, I remember somewhere I saw this part, but can't find out it. Could you give me a answer?
Given:
1, M-moment applied on the section.
2, I-Section modules
3. y-distance from shear center
Solution
F,how much is the...
I'm making a robotic structure using hydraulics and pipes, and I need to choose what size pipe and thickness I will be using.
I've searched online to the best of my ability but all I got were equations for I-beams.
I've taken statics in college so I know how to calculate all the loads in a...
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I have a simple question about the max bending stress in a beam.
We know that in a cantilever beam, the biggest moment occurs at the wall. This is also the location of the max stress with equation stress= M*y/I
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However, in a simple supported beam, we have
This time, the max...
I have a problem where I'm considering a curved member of circular cross section bent in the shape of a half circle and fixed at the base. A force is applied perpendicular to it (so in the picture, the dot is the force going 'into' the screen at the top view) and I'm trying to find the bending...
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I've attempted this question however my solution seems too simple..? I have taken the point 'A' (bottom right corner of beam) as the point with max compressive stress, I am not sure if this is correct. I have just assumed this by observation.
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I was just wondering if someone could explain to me what Bending stress is? Supposed you have a cantilever beam with a point load at the free end, I know that the bending stress will decrease as you move away from the fixed end? but why? and how can you back that up?
Also, as...
I have a "bending stress" question, which is causing me "actual stress"...
I have a solid 30m Aluminium shaft, which I need to replace with an equivalent hollow shaft, but I am having difficulty in calculating the internal and external diameters.
The solid shaft diameter is 0.118m, and all I...
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Please advise what is difference between tensile Strength and Bending Stress of Metal Sheets (Generally below 3.00mm and lighter). I very often encounter with cracking of steel sheets while bending in...
It seems to me that the ultimate strength of a brittle material can be easily determined by a bending test, but what about the yield? In the brittle regime, I can see how you couldn't, since the sample would fail before it would flow significantly. However, brittle materials can be made to flow...
Homework Statement
T-Beam is Steel with E=200GPa
Find Max bending stress MC/I (right side where no glue)[/B]
80KG Load at Point "A" shown on the Top view
Blue stuff is glue, the right side has no Glue, so its just empty space
2. The attempt at a solution
I = BH^3/12 , where B = 0.04m H =...
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I'm enrolled in College in the civil engineering program and am looking for guidance with calculating strength of steel square tubing.
We are making a project that has parameters.
1- Must be made of steel
2- 4"x6"x36" is maximum OD of section.
3- 14 lbs is maximum weight
4- the load...
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The beam ABCD with the cross section has pin connections at B and C and is subjected to a uniformly distributed load w. If the allowable bending stress is 150MPa and the allowable shear stress is 80 Mpa. ( Hint : the horizontal reaction forces at A and D are both zero)...
Alright so I drew it out like did the reactions and everything then I realized I need to include the diameter of the beam. How do I find the max bending stress while using the diameter of the beam? All I need to know is what exactly I do differently compared to drawing the bending moment...
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A timber beam, with rectangular cross section (h × b) is reinforced with additional full width (b) steel plates. There is a plate of thickness t securely connected on the bottom and a plate of thickness 2t on the top of the timber to ensure composite action in...
Analysis of scoop stretcher -- deflection and bending stress help
I wanted to do a theoritical force analysis on the scooping part of scoop stretcher (a tapered rectangular plate). Can anyone suggest how to determine its deflection and bending stress ?
Hello all, I am confused on how to calculate the maximum bending stress in an I-beam.
I found the maximum deflection in each beam where the load is placed at the center of the span.
I also know all the cross-sectional dimensions of the I-beam.
Is it now possible to calculate it?
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1. The scenario is the same as this (with a circular cross section):
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Poutre_flexion_deviee.svg
2. Do I simply calculate the stresses from each bending moment and add them together? Or take the resultant vector and calculate...
A uniform simply supported beam, 5 m long and having a cross-section as shown, is to support a load which varies linearly from zero at the left hand support to a magnitude of 20 kN/m at the right hand support. Determine the position and magnitude of the maximum bending stress.
ANS : 140 MPa...
if you have a beam or something, anchored at one end and apply a moment at the other end, then the bending stress is given by M*y / I, where I is the moment of inertia of the beam. what affect does the length of the beam (i.e. the distance between the anchor and the end of the beam, where the...
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A timber beam, with rectangular cross section (h × b) is reinforced with additional full width (b) steel plates. There is a plate of thickness t securely connected on the top and a plate of thickness 2t on the bottom of the timber to ensure composite action in bending. The...
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I would ask anyone knows about the moment of inertia cos i have not study it before and I have to know it to solve a bending stress problem ..
when I used the moment of inertia for...
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A timber beam will be used to support part of the ceiling of a house. It is
going to be attached to the walls as a simply supported beam, Figure 6.
If three forces are applied to it and considering the weight of the beam as a
uniformly distributed load of...
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I need help to understand the calulation of bending stress. This topic is discussed in our lecture, and the prof shows us an animation for it. However, this topic is not on the textbook and the prof refuse to give us the link for the animation. I am wondering, do any of you know...
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I am using a Vishay strain indicator with it hooked up to a strain gage hooked up 1" away from the wall on the solid beam. The beam is .5" by .5", and it is solid. The beam is 16" long and I am putting weights at the end of the beam. The weights are 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, and 20...
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I have a project where I have to determine the bending stress on a gear/bearing puller. It looks like this: http://www.posilock.com/PDFs/106.pdf .
The free body diagram I'm pretty sure would look something like this:
http://img20.imageshack.us/img20/1918/fbdi.jpg...
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Recently I faced a problem in calculating bending stress in a long UPN profile "flange" due to concentrated force.
It seems that the regular/familiar formula for bending stress in a finite/short element does not applicable in local bending of long/infinite beam. See sketch...
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Please see the picture. I need to find the bending stress for that profile.
Its hollow tube dia= 38 mm, 4 mm thick. its is acted with udl of 500 N/m2 on its outer surface.
How can I estimate the bending stress, deformation. Assume it as mild steel with E = 200 Gpa, poission...
I have a steel deck (a) 2000mm x (b) 4200mm overall comprising 12.5mm durbar plate (grade S275) welded to RSA ribs at 400mm spacings, the plate is unsupported in the other plane (4200mm span) with the exception of end plates.
I wish to drive a forklift truck over the plate with a wheel load of...
bending stress in beam, help me !
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Homework Equations
singularity function
bending stress (max) = { (M max)/I } * ( a/2)
The Attempt at a Solution
after writing the singularity function, and compute reactions force I found that the maximum bending moment should be 12.04...
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A steel strip of breadth 50 mm and depth 3 mm needs to be bent around a drum of diameter 4 m. What bending moment is required and what will be the maximum stress produced? The modulus of elasticity of the steel is 210 GPa
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\frac{M}{I}...
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Note the attachment. I scanned it out of my book and I drew a FBD on it.
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The Attempt at a Solution
Ok so i haven't gotten very far at all with this one because it just doesn't seem to have enough information.
So first I summed the forces...
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Hi guys
I've got a problem on hand which has haunted me for sometime and I thought it might be a good idea to post it here to ask for your opinions.
As you can see in the picture, I've got a circular flange. What I am intending to do is to simply find out the...
I am designing a spinal disc with 2 metal endplates. These endplates are rectangular in shape and are fixed to form a flat contact surface with the vertebrae bone surface.
My question is based on the bending stress of these metal endplates. I need to work out the possible thickness of these...