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ME 452 - Machine Design II Name of Student:______________________________

Spring Semester 2018 Lecture Division Number:______________________

Homework No. 1 (50 points). Due on Blackboard before 8:00 am on Friday, January 19th.
Notes for the homework assignments (applicable to all homework this semester):
(i) All homework must be submitted to the blackboard page of your lecture division. See the assignment
tab. Please include this cover page with your name and lecture division number.
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(iii) You must submit all of your homework on a single PDF file. A second file will not be graded.
(iv) Homework that is marked late cannot be graded.
(v) Write your solutions to all of the problems clearly and explicitly. Credit will not be given to work
that is presented in a manner which is difficult to read or understand. Any work that cannot be followed
will be assumed to be in error.
Please note that your homework will not be graded if these instructions are not followed. For example,
late homework will not be graded and cannot receive any credit.
Problem 1 (10 Points). Solve Problem 3-137, page 146.
Problem 2 (10 Points). Solve Problem 3-139, page 146.
Problem 3 (10 Points). A cast iron beam AD with a 4 cm by 6 cm rectangular cross-section (see the left
side of Figure 1) is simply supported at sections B and D as shown in the figure. A mass M = 25.5 kg is
suspended from a steel rope at section A (gravity is vertically downward as shown in the figure). Also, a
constant vertically downward force F  750 N is applied at section C of the beam.

g = 9.81m/s2
Y
F = 750 N

6 cm A B C D
X

4 cm 0.5 m 1.5 m 1m

Figure 1. A simply supported rectangular cast iron beam.

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(i) Draw the free body diagram, shear force diagram, and bending moment diagram for the beam.
Include the important numerical values, such as, the reaction forces at the simple supports B and D, the
maximum and minimum shear forces, and the maximum and minimum bending moments.
(ii) Assuming that the compressive strength of the beam material is greater than the tensile strength,
locate the critical section of the beam and the critical element at the critical section. Draw the critical
element showing the state of stress on this element. Include the fixed XYZ coordinates.
(iii) Determine the maximum normal stress, the minimum normal stress, and the maximum shear stress
acting on the critical element of the beam.
Problem 4 (20 Points). A solid circular shaft is rigidly attached to a concrete wall as shown in Figure 2.
The length of the shaft is 4 m and there is a step change in the diameter at the mid-point of the shaft. A
constant vertical load P = 40 kN acts vertically downward on the shaft at a distance e from the step in
the shaft. Neglect the effects of stress concentration at the step and the effects of shear stress due to the
transverse shear force.
Part I. Given that the load P = 40,000 N is applied at a distance e = 0.5m from the step, and a constant
counterclockwise torque T = 50,000 Nm is applied at the end of the shaft (location C). (i) Draw the
shear force and the bending moment diagrams for the shaft. (ii) Given that the shaft material is ductile,
with a yield strength Sy = 200 MPa, determine the static factor of safety for the critical element at the
wall using von Mises theory. (iii) Given that the shaft material is brittle, with an ultimate tensile strength
Sut = 200 MPa and an ultimate compressive strength Suc = 250 MPa, determine the static factor of
safety for the critical element of the shaft at the wall using the Coulomb-Mohr theory.
Part II. Using von Mises theory determine the maximum distance e that the load P = 40,000 N can be
applied in order for the constant torque T = 35,000 e Nm and the static factor of safety for the critical
element at section A to be N = 1. Assume that the yield strength of the shaft material is Sy = 200 MPa.

Figure 2. A solid circular stepped shaft.