A simply-supported steel beam with a vertical point force P is shown in
Fig. 2(a). A cross-section of the beam, which is composed of two identical C-shaped
members bolted back-to-back, is shown in Fig. 2(b). Both C-shaped members have a
uniform thickness of 1 cm. Pairs of bolts are located at a...
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I have designed a gearbox that bolts on to a fixed engine and fixed pump. It is completely supported by them. The total mass of the gearbox and the components attaching it to the engine and pump is 7.7kg. Its centre of mass is 0.167m along the x-axis and 0.09m along the z-axis from the...
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I found an integral to calculate the torque from the applied torsional shear stress, and I didn't find an explanation of how this integral is deviated. Where does it come from? Could someone explain?
T = ∫τ⋅r⋅dA = ∫τ⋅2πr⋅dr,
where T is the torque and τ the shear stress.
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I know that shear stress in horizontal beams has a parabolic distribution, so that the max shear stress occurs at the neutral axis. I also understand that for a beam subject to a distributed load with supports at its ends, the magnitude of the shear force is highest at the left and right ends of...
If I have a catheter covered in a thin sheathe (think a cylinder, covered by a thin plastic film), how should I go about calculating the shear force it takes to unsheathe the catheter from the sheath (no torque here, just the catheter moving in and out)? I've thought about strain gauges (but...
I have been assigned by my tutor to design a hydraulic guillotine (rubber bale cutter).
After designing its features of the hydraulic, cutting blade etc.
I tried to calculate the force needed of cutting a piece of Rubber bale (Natural as reference) having an ultimate tensile strength of 30 MPa...
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I need to find an expression for the shear stress on the I figure, where the green parabola illustrates the function. I made a cut, where I defined the length from the start of figure I to the cut as z1. The formula for...
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Starting with an example to clarify what I am looking for. Assume an extension force applied on a distance from the centroid/neutral axis of a body: see attached, please. As result, bending force besides the tensile force will be generated in that body as presented in section A-A in the...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
maximum torsional shear stress = (Torque*radius)/polar moment of inertia
The Attempt at a Solution
I am lost on equation(4-14), I looked through the textbook but didn't find a derivation.
Homework Statement
If the velocity v of the air in a boundary layer having a dynamic viscosity of
18x10-6 kg/ms is given in terms of the distance y from the surface by v = ay + by2
where a and b are constants, calculate the surface shear stress if at 1.5 mm from the surface the velocity is 75...
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The inclined ladder AB supports a house painter (85 kg) at C and the self weight (q = 40 N/m) of the ladder itself. Each ladder rail (tr = 4 mm) is supported by a shoe (ts = 5 mm) which is attached to the ladder rail by a bolt of diameter dp =8 mm.
1) Find support...
I am wondering why the material thickness is not factored into calculating bolt shear strength in a joint. I know that it is used when calculating the strength of the material itself and its susceptibility to deformation and tear out but why not the bolt? When you cut a piece of cheese you use...
I have been attempting the Solidworks Simulation certification but keep just missing out by a few marks and I believe these questions are the main ones which are killing me.
I haven't done these calculations in years and I've been lost with how to do the hand calc's. Any help would be appreciated.
I am learning about shearing stress, and I am a little confused about the area of projection mentioned in my book. When it introduces it, it shows a plate with a rivet through it. The plate is of thickness t, and the diameter of the rivet, d. It shows the plate and the rivet cut in half by a...
Isn't the force calculated twice here? For example, the force along AB is at first calculated for the resultant force along OB, then for the resultant force along AC.
I think the compression and tensile stress should be ##\frac{F}{2a}##.
Ques: If one metal cube placed in deep sea where will be maximum shear stress in cube?
What I know: In hydrostatic condition there would be no shear stress, that means on any face of cube there would be not shear stress at all.
In case of two dimensional stress; if we have same...
Homework Statement
What is the angle of twist at gear A relative to the motor? (Round to the closest 6th decimal)
Homework Equations
I know to find the angle its θ = ∑ (TL/JG)
but it can also be θ = Lτ/Gr
The Attempt at a Solution
So i used both these equations, and I got...
How does one setup the stress tensor for a non-newtonian fluid? I know that for any fluid the normals should be the pressure and for a power law fluid the shear stress in the direction of flow is related by K(du/dy)^n. Does this mean that all other components are 0 for a symmetric pipe or...
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Hello guys, I have to calculate the shear stress in this figure.
The sizes are: a = 250mm, b = 100mm, c = 250mm, d = 150mm and t = 10mm.
The shear force working on it is Vcd = 39802.01 N (calculated before)
The center of the construction Nc is at 157.95 mm (from the...
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I am looking for any available experimental data which models off-road vehicle travel in clay and measures tyre and soil parameters. Parameters I am looking for include pull, torque, shear strength of the soil, sinkage, slip and deflection. If anyone knows of any available raw data...
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Blood supply to the heart occurs through coronary arteries. Consider one of the arteries to be 2.5 mm in diameter and 3 cm in length. The average velocity of blood flow through that artery is 1.5 cm/s. Assuming the density of blood to be 1.056 g/cc and viscosity to be 3 cP...
Greetings, PF! I have some questions regarding the problem I attached below. It is some sort of Couette flow variation. It's not homework, I'm just learning the basics of TP on my own. I fully solved the problem with the Navier-Stokes and continuity equations, using some assumptions in order to...
TERMS:
Slip Plane: is the plane that has the densest atomic packing—that is, has the greatest planar density.
Slip Direction: corresponds to the direction in this plane that is most closely packed with atoms—that is, has the highest linear density.
NOMENCLATURE:
θ = angle of the slip plane as...
TERMS:
Slip Plane: is the plane that has the densest atomic packing—that is, has the greatest planar density.
Slip Direction: corresponds to the direction in this plane that is most closely packed with atoms—that is, has the highest linear density.
TEXTBOOK: Materials Science and Engineering...
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I have a hollow shaft made of a titanium alloy, Shear Modulus "G". The shaft has a wall thickness of 3.2mm and an inner diameter of 20mm. The shaft looks as show in the attached image. A torque T of 232 Nmm...
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I know what follows seems like a HW problem, but it's an actual problem I'm trying to solve with some equipment I will be using.
I am concerned that a bolt I am using will be unable to withstand the forces that it will face, and so I am trying to solve the problem out mathematically as...
The equation for shear stress as I know it is VQ/It where V is the shear force, Q is the first moment of area(?), I is moment of inertia and t is the length of the section in question.
My question is, is there a general formula for Q? In my Solid Mechanics notes I've written that Q = ∫y.dA but...
I want to know the maximum shear stress acting on the y-z face(plane). I already know all 6 stress components: Sxx, Syy, Szz, Sxy, Syz, Sxz. The shear components on the y-z face are Sxy and Sxz, which are orthogonal to each other. Is the maximum shear on this plane simply the greater of the two...
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I'm studying physics and currently taking the first mechanics course. After dealing with rotation and gyroscopes, now we're working on things like shear stress, and Hooke's law in tensor form etc.
I've got Kleppner/Kolenkow but shear stress, Hooke's law in tensor form and tensors in...
Suppose, a mild steel bar is being pulled from both ends.The stress acting on it will be tensile in nature.There is no compressive stress on material in this situation.When the pull exceeds material's yield strength,plastic deformation and strain hardening will occur.If pulling force is...