So I have a Stylus as shown in above fig. Fixed at Point A, Force (F) is applied perpendicular to the stylus axis. How do we find deflection at the end of the Stylus (Made of Two Different Materials as shown in the figure)? Hand Calculations are much appreciated. Thank you.
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
Trigonometry equations, p=m/v, A = pi * d^2 / 4
The Attempt at a Solution
i) mass calculated is 9.318kg at 150° from A
ii) diameter = 0.235m
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Homework Statement
Homework Equations
M = Fd
σ/y = M/I
T/J = τ/r
σalternating (σa) = σmax - σmin / 2
σmean (σm) = σmax + σmin / 2
soderberg: σa/σ'e + σm/σy = 1/FoS
The Attempt at a Solution
I am still unsure whether my progress so far is correct but..
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