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• # 2 SOLIDS

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 6
E 
29
10
psi
D
1.07 in.
d
0.618 in.

L
L
L
1
2
3
2
2
A
A
 12 in.
 0.9 in
A
 16 in.
 0.3 in
1
2
3

P

1

60

10

3

lb

P

2

 

15

3

10 lb

P

3

30

10

3

lb

i

PL

i

i

A E

i

i

1

P L

1

1

P L

2

2

P L

3

3

E

A

1

A

2

A

3

 

10

3

1

60

12

29

10

6

0.9

10

3

15

12

0.9

10

3

30

16

0.3

 

75.9

10

3

in.

 
75.9
10
3
in.

# Sample Problem 2.1

## Free body: Bar BDE

 M B  0 0    30 kN  0.6 m   F CD F CD   90 kN tension M D  0 0    30 kN  0.4 m   F AB F AB   60 kN

0.2 m

0.2 m

compression

Displacement of B:
B

PL

AE

60

10

3

N

0.3 m

500

 

514

10

-6

10

6

m

2

70

m

10

9

Pa

PL

AE

90

10

3

N

0.4 m

600

300

10

-6

10

6

m

2

200

m

10

9

Pa

D

BB 
BH
DD 
HD
0.514
mm
200 mm
 x
0.300
mm
x
x  73.7 mm
EE 
HE
DD
HD
400
73.7 mm
E
0.300
mm
73.7 mm
 1.928 mm
E
E
1.928 mm 

# Example 2.04

## SOLUTION:

• Solve for the displacement at B due to the applied
loads with the redundant constraint released,
3
3
P
0
P
P
600
10
N
P
900
10
N
1
2
3
4
6
2
 6
2
A
A
400
10
m
A
A
250
10
m
1
2
3
4
L
L
L
L
 0.150 m
1
2
3
4
9
PL
1.125
10
i
i
L
A E
E
i
i
i
• Solve for the displacement at B due to the redundant
constraint,
P
P
 
R
1
2
B
6
2
 6
2
A
400
10
m
A
250
10
m
1
2
L
L
 0.300 m
1
2
3
PL
1.95
10
R
i
i
B
δ
 
R
A E
E
i
i
i

# Example 2.04

• Require that the displacements due to the loads and due to
the redundant reaction be compatible,
 0
L
R
9
3
1.125
10
1.95
10
R
B
 0
E
E
3
R
577
10
N
577 kN
B
• Find the reaction at A due to the loads and the reaction at B
 F
 323kN
0
R
300 kN
600kN
577kN
y
A
R
A
R
 323kN
A
R
 577kN
B

T

P

# Generalized Hooke’s Law

the normal strain components resulting from the
stress components may be determined from the
principle of superposition. This requires:
1)
strain is linearly related to stress
2)
deformations are small
• With these restrictions:
n
n
y
x
z
 
x
E
E
E
n
n
y
x
z
 
y
E
E
E
n
n
y
x
z
 
z
E
E
E

x

 

x

n

y

n

z

E

E

E

1

10

10

6

psi

12 ksi

0

• 1
3

20 ksi

 

0.533 10

3

in./in.

y

 

n

x

y

n

z

E

E

E

 

1.067

10

3

in./in.

z

 

n

x

n

y

z

E

E

E

 

1.600

10

3

in./in.

P  36.3kN

A
P
 
A
max
ave
K
A
P
Y
Y
K
P
U
A
 K P
 
Y
Y

# MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology

# MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology