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Therefore, the circle can be drawn as follows: Use the equation of the elastic line, Eq. The model is loaded until the crack starts topropagate. Calculate and draw the Mohrs circle diagram. What design philosophydoes this illustrate?

Notice the absence of a momentreaction, since the hinge was expressly described as frictionless this is a common assumption for hinges. Therefore, the bar sees the following: This problem is straightforward once a free body diagram is drawn. Calculate the safety factor. Although the diameter is notspecified at this location, it is reasonable to approximate it as 1in. Taking a section at AA, there is an axial force and a shear force. A tensilestress s acts on the four sides.

A safety factor of 5 is to be used. Thestatics is greatly simplified by the symmetry of the problem. A one gallon container has to be compact to be easily stored in dr refrigerator.

The stress is given by Equation 2. The reaction forces have been added to the figure in red. The moment of inertia for the beam cross section is: During a typical 30s of operation underoverload conditions, the nominal stress in the 1-in diameter section was measured to beas shown in sketch e.

### SOLU Elementos de Maquinas – Hamrock, Bernard J. Jacobson, Bo Schmid, Steven R.

First, considering the location of stress concentration 80 mm from the wall: Given the loading condition, the angle of the largest tensile stress is obtained fromEquation 2. Also, draw the shear andmoment diagrams.

There are two parts to this problem which must be considered: The moment of inertia should be calculated about the x- and y- axes, but an extension tothe problem could include calculating the moment of inertia about the new centroids. The load perpendicular to the beam is 15,N, and thebeam is 1.

Note that mawuinas shear stress due to shear is zero at the extreme fibers where the stresses are largest. If Y is increased to4. To determine the maximum stresses, the largest moment must be determined. This proceeds as follows: Rough estimates based on expected lives areas follows. Which plate will fail first?

## SOLU Elementos de Maquinas – Hamrock, Bernard J. Jacobson, Bo Schmid, Steven R.

elemwntos Therefore, Kc is just under 2. The method of superposition can be used for this problem, hamrpck the problem can bebroken down into two cases which appear in Table 5.

Since strain gages are placed onsurfaces, this is possible, unless the machine element is being compressed, such as if it was in apressure vessel. It is very helpful to complete Problem 2. The maximum deflection occurs at the free end of the cantilever, but the maximum momentlocation is unknown; it is obtained by taking the derivative of the moment equation. The criticalsection is at the wall; the rod is slender so transverse shear effects will be ignored. The first step is to calculate the area as a function of height of the tube, x.

The approach is very similar to problem 2. For an allowable stress on the bolts of MPa, are the bolts able totransfer this power? The principal normal stresses are given by 2.

Equilibrium in the x-direction gives: This solution uses the terminology on pages Since the elastic stress concentration is entirely determined from the geometry of the machineelement, the stress concentration factor will remain the same.

By definition, a Newton is a kilogram-meter per square second. This problem is solved by calculating the strain energy due to bending fromEquation 5. Thecost of the container is proportional to the container wall thickness.

Page It can be seen that the maximum moment occurs at mid-span.