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Posted by AMK on Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 4:51pm.

Help with the following ones:
2-1-4, 2-2-1, 2-2-3, 2-2-4, 2-2-5

Q2_1: QUIZ 2, PROBLEM #1

The shaft ABC is a solid circular cylinder of constant outer diameter 2R and length 3L. The shaft is fixed between walls at A and C and it is composed of two segments made of different materials. The left third of the shaft (AB) is composed of a linear isotropic elastic material of shear modulus G0, while the right two-thirds of the shaft (BC) is composed of a different linear elastic material of shear modulus 2G0. The right segment, BC, is subjected to a uniform distributed torque per unit length t0[N⋅m/m].


Obtain symbolic expressions in terms of R, G0, L, t0, and x for the quantities below. In your answers, leave rationals as fractions and enter G0, t0, and π as G_0, t_0 and pi, respectively.

Q2_1_1 : 100.0 POINTS

The x-component of the reaction torque at C:

TCx= unanswered
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Q2_1_2 : 60.0 POINTS

The twist rate dφdx(x), and the position x0 along the shaft where the twist rate goes to zero (dφdx(x0)=0):

for0≤x<L,dφdx(x)= unanswered
forL<x≤3L,dφdx(x)= unanswered
dφdx(x0)=0atx0= unanswered
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Q2_1_3 : 60.0 POINTS

The maximum absolute value of the shear stress in the shaft (τmax) and its location (rτmax, xτmax):

τmax= unanswered
rτmax= unanswered
xτmax= unanswered
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Q2_1_4 : 100.0 POINTS

The maximum value of the rotation field φ(x) along the shaft (φmax), and the position along the shaft where the maximum rotation occurs (xφmax):

φmax= unanswered
xφmax= unanswered
Q2_2: QUIZ 2, PROBLEM #2

The composite beam AB, of length L=2m, is free at A (x=0) and fixed at B (x=L) and is composed of a round cylindrical core of constant radius R0=1cm bonded inside a sleeve of thickness R0 (outer radius 2R0=2cm). The beam is loaded, as indicated, by a downward linearly varying distributed load per unit length of magnitude
q(x)=q0xL,withq0=2.76kN/m.
The material moduli are:

For the core, EC=70GPa=E0
For the sleeve, ES=210GPa=3E0

Q2_2_1 : 60.0 POINTS

Obtain a symbolic expression for the internal bending moment resultant in terms of L, q0 (enter as q_0), and x:

M(x)= unanswered
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Q2_2_2 : 60.0 POINTS

Obtain a symbolic expression for the effective section stiffness of the beam (EI)eff in terms of R0 and E0 (enter these as R_0 and E_0, leave rationals as fractions, and enter π as pi):

(EI)eff= unanswered
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Q2_2_3 : 60.0 POINTS

Obtain symbolic expressions for the curvature at the neutral axis 1ρ(x) and the slope ϑ(x) of the beam in terms of L, q0, R0, E0, and x (again, leave rationals as fractions and enter π as pi):

1ρ(x)= unanswered
ϑ(x)= unanswered
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Q2_2_4 : 70.0 POINTS

Obtain the numerical value (in cm) for the displacement at the free end, vA=v(x=0):

vA= cm unanswered
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Q2_2_5 : 70.0 POINTS

Obtain the numerical values in MPa for the maximum tensile stresses in the core (σmax,C) and in the sleeve (σmax,S):

σmax,C= MPa unanswered
σmax,S= MPa unanswered
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