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PLEASE NOTE:

You need to correctly answer only 3 out of the 4 problems to receive full credit. In case you

attempt all 4 problems, clearly state which 3 problems you want to be graded. If you do not

explicitly so indicate, the 3 lowest scores will be used.

Problem #1

A load P is applied vertically downward at joint C of the simple truss ABC shown in the figure.

Members BC and AC are made of steel and copper, respectively. The yield strength of steel and

copper is 250 MPa and 110 MPa, respectively. The Young’s modulus of steel is 200 GPa. The

Young’s modulus of copper is 130 GPa. Both AC and BC have a circular cross section with a

diameter of 100 mm. Weight of the truss is negligible compared to the load. The moment of

inertia of the circular cross section is Ip=πd4/64.

a) Assuming no failure at the joints and a factor of safety of 1.2, determine the allowable load of

the truss.

b) Qualitatively describe the translation of point C from the original position when the allowable

load is applied and explain why. Provide calculations and draw diagrams if necessary. Small

angle approximation is allowed.

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Problem # 2:

A double-edge-crack plate made of RQC-100 steel has dimensions, as defined in the figure

above, of b = 75 mm and t = 6 mm. The two edge cracks have equal lengths of a = 0.3 mm, and

the member is subjected to cyclic loading between Pmin = -90 kN and Pmax = 360 kN.

b) Repeat the question with Pmin = 90 kN and Pmax =360 kN.

da

The Paris regime follows the equation CK m , C C0 (1 R) m( 1)

dN

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Problem #3

The schematic represents the contact profile of an elastic cylinder that is freely rolling on a flat

surface. The elastic properties of both the cylinder and the surface are = 0.3 and E = 200 GPa.

When the roller is at the location shown, the non-zero stress components at a depth 0.5a, where a

represents half of the length of contact as shown in the schematic, are given in the plot as the

solid curves. Please answer the following questions:

!

!

(a) What are the states of stress at

locations A and B? Show your

answers on stress elements

with correctly labeled

coordinate systems. Just read

the values off the plot, noting

that the stress axis is

normalized by the peak

pressure of the pressure x

distribution. Please keep stress

in terms of these normalized 0.5 a a a

values.

A B C

(b) Do the stress states at these

two locations represent plane

stress or plane strain? Explain

and verify if you can.!

at these two locations? tzx

(d) Which of these two locations

is closer to reaching the yield

point? sx sy sy + (sy)r

(e) If the yield point is reached at sx + (sx)r

one or both of these locations,

and several passes of the roller

are made, then compressive sz

residual stresses in the x- and

y-directions, labeled! (s x )r and !

y r These altered stress components are shown as the dashed

curves in the stress plot. How has the maximum shear stress at location B changed from the

initial condition? Is it higher, lower, or unchanged? Justify your answer.

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Problem #4

A curved beam is in the form of a semicircle as shown. One end is fully fixed and the other end

is pinned to a block that can freely slide along a horizontal track. If a force F is applied on the

block, find the maximum normal stress in the beam. The beam has a circular cross-section with a

diameter d. State your assumptions, what you consider, and what you ignore.

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