- 4.4.1: The figure shows a torsion bar OA fixed at O, simply supported at A...
- 4.4-1: The figure shows a torsion bar OA fixed at O, simply supported at A...
- 4.4.2: For Prob. 41, if the simple support at point A were eliminated and ...
- 4.4-2: For Prob. 41, if the simple support at point A were eliminated and ...
- 4.4-3: A torsion-bar spring consists of a prismatic bar, usually of round ...
- 4.4.3: A torsion-bar spring consists of a prismatic bar, usually of round ...
- 4.4-4: An engineer is forced by geometric considerations to apply the torq...
- 4.4.4: An engineer is forced by geometric considerations to apply the torq...
- 4.4-5: A bar in tension has a circular cross section and includes a tapere...
- 4.4.5: A bar in tension has a circular cross section and includes a tapere...
- 4.4-6: Instead of a tensile force, consider the bar in Prob. 45 to be load...
- 4.4.6: Instead of a tensile force, consider the bar in Prob. 45 to be load...
- 4.4-7: When a vertically suspended hoisting cable is long, the weight of t...
- 4.4.7: When a vertically suspended hoisting cable is long, the weight of t...
- 4.4-8: Derive the equations given for beam 2 in Table A9 using statics and...
- 4.4.8: Derive the equations given for beam 2 in Table A9 using statics and...
- 4.4-9: Derive the equations given for beam 5 in Table A9 using statics and...
- 4.4-10: The figure shows a cantilever consisting of steel angles size 100 3...
- 4.4.10: The figure shows a cantilever consisting of steel angles size 100 3...
- 4.4-11: A simply supported beam loaded by two forces is shown in the figure...
- 4.4.11: A simply supported beam loaded by two forces is shown in the figure...
- 4.4-12: Using superposition, find the deflection of the steel shaft at A in...
- 4.4.12: Using superposition, find the deflection of the steel shaft at A in...
- 4.4-13: A rectangular steel bar supports the two overhanging loads shown in...
- 4.4.13: A rectangular steel bar supports the two overhanging loads shown in...
- 4.4-14: An aluminum tube with outside diameter of 2 in and inside diameter ...
- 4.4.14: An aluminum tube with outside diameter of 2 in and inside diameter ...
- 4.4-15: The cantilever shown in the figure consists of two structural-steel...
- 4.4.15: The cantilever shown in the figure consists of two structural-steel...
- 4.4-16: Using superposition for the bar shown, determine the minimum diamet...
- 4.4.16: Using superposition for the bar shown, determine the minimum diamet...
- 4.4-17: A simply supported beam has a concentrated moment MA applied at the...
- 4.4.17: A simply supported beam has a concentrated moment MA applied at the...
- 4.4-18: Calculating beam deflections using superposition is quite convenien...
- 4.4.18: Calculating beam deflections using superposition is quite convenien...
- 4.4-19: Using the results of Prob. 418, use superposition to determine the ...
- 4.4.19: Using the results of Prob. 418, use superposition to determine the ...
- 4.4-20: Like Prob. 418, this problem provides another beam to add to Table ...
- 4.4.20: Like Prob. 418, this problem provides another beam to add to Table ...
- 4.4-21: Consider the uniformly loaded simply supported steel beam with an o...
- 4.4.21: Consider the uniformly loaded simply supported steel beam with an o...
- 4.4-22: Illustrated is a rectangular steel bar with simple supports at the ...
- 4.4.22: Illustrated is a rectangular steel bar with simple supports at the ...
- 4.4-23: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.23: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-24: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.24: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-25: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.25: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-26: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.26: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-27: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.27: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-28: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4.28: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the deflect...
- 4.4-29: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.29: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-30: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.30: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-31: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.31: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-32: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.32: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-33: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.33: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-34: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4.34: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, find the slope o...
- 4.4-35: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.35: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-36: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.36: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-37: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.37: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-38: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.38: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-39: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.39: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-40: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4.40: For the steel countershaft specified in the table, assume the beari...
- 4.4-41: The cantilevered handle in the figure is made from mild steel that ...
- 4.4.41: The cantilevered handle in the figure is made from mild steel that ...
- 4.4-42: For the cantilevered handle in Prob. 441, let Fx 5 2150 lbf, Fy 5 0...
- 4.4.42: For the cantilevered handle in Prob. 441, let Fx 5 2150 lbf, Fy 5 0...
- 4.4-43: The cantilevered handle in Prob. 384, p. 154, is made from mild ste...
- 4.4.43: The cantilevered handle in Prob. 384, p. 154, is made from mild ste...
- 4.4-44: A flat-bed trailer is to be designed with a curvature such that whe...
- 4.4.44: A flat-bed trailer is to be designed with a curvature such that whe...
- 4.4-45: The designer of a shaft usually has a slope constraint imposed by t...
- 4.4.45: The designer of a shaft usually has a slope constraint imposed by t...
- 4.4-46: A steel shaft is to be designed so that it is supported by roller b...
- 4.4.46: A steel shaft is to be designed so that it is supported by roller b...
- 4.4-47: If the diameter of the steel beam shown is 1.25 in, determine the d...
- 4.4.47: If the diameter of the steel beam shown is 1.25 in, determine the d...
- 4.4-48: For the beam of Prob. 447, plot the magnitude of the displacement o...
- 4.4.48: For the beam of Prob. 447, plot the magnitude of the displacement o...
- 4.4-49: Shown in the figure is a uniform-diameter shaft with bearing should...
- 4.4.49: Shown in the figure is a uniform-diameter shaft with bearing should...
- 4.4-50: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 14-in-thick alu...
- 4.4.50: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 1 4-in-thick al...
- 4.4-51: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 14-in-thick alu...
- 4.4.51: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 1 4-in-thick al...
- 4.4-52: The figure illustrates a stepped torsion-bar spring OA with an actu...
- 4.4.52: The figure illustrates a stepped torsion-bar spring OA with an actu...
- 4.4-53: Consider the simply supported beam 5 with a center load in Appendix...
- 4.4.53: Consider the simply supported beam 5 with a center load in Appendix...
- 4.4-54: Consider the simply supported beam 10 with an overhanging load in A...
- 4.4.54: Consider the simply supported beam 10 with an overhanging load in A...
- 4.4-55: Prove that for a uniform-cross-section beam with simple supports at...
- 4.4.55: Prove that for a uniform-cross-section beam with simple supports at...
- 4.4-56: Solve Prob. 410 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4.56: Solve Prob. 410 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4-57: Solve Prob. 411 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4.57: Solve Prob. 411 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4-58: Solve Prob. 411 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4.58: Solve Prob. 412 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4-59: Solve Prob. 421 using singularity functions to determine the deflec...
- 4.4.59: Solve Prob. 421 using singularity functions to determine the deflec...
- 4.4-60: Solve Prob. 413 using singularity functions. Since the beam is symm...
- 4.4.60: Solve Prob. 413 using singularity functions. Since the beam is symm...
- 4.4-61: Solve Prob. 417 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4.61: Solve Prob. 417 using singularity functions. Use statics to determi...
- 4.4-62: Solve Prob. 419 using singularity functions to determine the deflec...
- 4.4.62: Solve Prob. 419 using singularity functions to determine the deflec...
- 4.4-63: Using singularity functions, write the deflection equation for the ...
- 4.4.63: Using singularity functions, write the deflection equation for the ...
- 4.4-64: Determine the deflection equation for the cantilever beam shown usi...
- 4.4.64: Determine the deflection equation for the cantilever beam shown usi...
- 4.4-65: Use Castiglianos theorem to verify the maximum deflection for the u...
- 4.4.65: Use Castiglianos theorem to verify the maximum deflection for the u...
- 4.4-66: Use Castiglianos theorem to verify the maximum deflection for the u...
- 4.4.66: Use Castiglianos theorem to verify the maximum deflection for the u...
- 4.4-67: Solve Prob. 415 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4.67: Solve Prob. 415 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4-68: Solve Prob. 452 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4.68: Solve Prob. 452 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4-69: Determine the deflection at midspan for the beam of Prob. 463 using...
- 4.4.69: Determine the deflection at midspan for the beam of Prob. 463 using...
- 4.4-70: Using Castiglianos theorem, determine the deflection of point B in ...
- 4.4.70: Using Castiglianos theorem, determine the deflection of point B in ...
- 4.4-71: Solve Prob. 441 using Castiglianos theorem. Since Eq. (418) for tor...
- 4.4.71: Solve Prob. 441 using Castiglianos theorem. Since Eq. (418) for tor...
- 4.4-72: Solve Prob. 442 using Castiglianos theorem
- 4.4.72: Solve Prob. 442 using Castiglianos theorem
- 4.4-73: The cantilevered handle in Prob. 384 is made from mild steel. Let F...
- 4.4.73: The cantilevered handle in Prob. 384 is made from mild steel. Let F...
- 4.4-74: Solve Prob. 450 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4.74: Solve Prob. 450 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4-75: Solve Prob. 451 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4.75: Solve Prob. 451 using Castiglianos theorem.
- 4.4-76: The steel curved bar shown has a rectangular cross section with a r...
- 4.4.76: The steel curved bar shown has a rectangular cross section with a r...
- 4.4-77: Repeat Prob. 476 to find the vertical deflection at A.
- 4.4.77: Repeat Prob. 476 to find the vertical deflection at A
- 4.4-78: For the curved steel beam shown, F 5 6.7 kips. Determine the relati...
- 4.4.78: For the curved steel beam shown, F 5 6.7 kips. Determine the relati...
- 4.4-79: A steel piston ring has a mean diameter of 70 mm, a radial height h...
- 4.4.79: A steel piston ring has a mean diameter of 70 mm, a radial height h...
- 4.4-80: For the steel wire form shown, use Castiglianos method to determine...
- 4.4.80: For the steel wire form shown, use Castiglianos method to determine...
- 4.4-81: The part shown is formed from a 18-in diameter steel wire, with R 5...
- 4.4.81: The part shown is formed from a 1 8-in diameter steel wire, with R ...
- 4.4-82: The part shown is formed from a 18-in diameter steel wire, with R 5...
- 4.4.82: The part shown is formed from a 1 8-in diameter steel wire, with R ...
- 4.4-83: Repeat Prob. 481 for the vertical deflection at point A.
- 4.4.83: Repeat Prob. 481 for the vertical deflection at point A
- 4.4-84: Repeat Prob. 482 for the vertical deflection at point A
- 4.4.84: Repeat Prob. 482 for the vertical deflection at point A.
- 4.4-85: A hook is formed from a 2-mm-diameter steel wire and fixed firmly i...
- 4.4.85: A hook is formed from a 2-mm-diameter steel wire and fixed firmly i...
- 4.4-86: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 14-in-thick alu...
- 4.4.86: The figure shows a rectangular member OB, made from 1 4-in-thick al...
- 4.4-87: Repeat Prob. 486 for the vertical deflection at point A.
- 4.4.87: Repeat Prob. 486 for the vertical deflection at point A.
- 4.4-88: For the wire form shown, determine the deflection of point A in the...
- 4.4.88: For the wire form shown, determine the deflection of point A in the...
- 4.4-89: A 100-ft cable is made using a 12-gauge (0.1055-in) steel wire and ...
- 4.4.89: A 100-ft cable is made using a 12-gauge (0.1055-in) steel wire and ...
- 4.4-90: The figure shows a steel pressure cylinder of diameter 5 in that us...
- 4.4.9: The figure shows a steel pressure cylinder of diameter 5 in that us...
- 4.4-91: torsion bar of length L consists of a round core of stiffness (GJ)c...
- 4.4.91: A torsion bar of length L consists of a round core of stiffness (GJ...
- 4.4-92: A rectangular aluminum bar 10 mm thick and 60 mm wide is welded to ...
- 4.4.92: A rectangular aluminum bar 10 mm thick and 60 mm wide is welded to ...
- 4.4-93: Solve Prob. 492 using Castiglianos method and procedure 1 from Sec....
- 4.4.93: Solve Prob. 492 using Castiglianos method and procedure 1 from Sec....
- 4.4-94: An aluminum step bar is loaded as shown. (a) Verify that end C defl...
- 4.4.94: An aluminum step bar is loaded as shown. (a) Verify that end C defl...
- 4.4-95: The steel shaft shown in the figure is subjected to a torque of 200...
- 4.4.95: The steel shaft shown in the figure is subjected to a torque of 200...
- 4.4-96: Repeat Prob. 495 with the diameters of section OA being 0.5 in and ...
- 4.4.96: Repeat Prob. 495 with the diameters of section OA being 0.5 in and ...
- 4.4-97: The figure shows a 12- by 1-in rectangular steel bar welded to fixe...
- 4.4.97: The figure shows a 1 2- by 1-in rectangular steel bar welded to fix...
- 4.4-98: For the beam shown, determine the support reactions using superposi...
- 4.4.98: For the beam shown, determine the support reactions using superposi...
- 4.4.99: Solve Prob. 498 using Castiglianos theorem and procedure 1 from Sec...
- 4.4-99: Solve Prob. 498 using Castiglianos theorem and procedure 1 from Sec...
- 4.4.100: Consider beam 13 in Table A9, but with flexible supports. Let w 5 5...
- 4.4-100: Consider beam 13 in Table A9, but with flexible supports. Let w 5 5...
- 4.4.101: The steel beam ABCD shown is simply supported at A and supported at...
- 4.4-101: The steel beam ABCD shown is simply supported at A and supported at...
- 4.4.102: The steel beam ABCD shown is simply supported at C as shown and sup...
- 4.4-102: The steel beam ABCD shown is simply supported at C as shown and sup...
- 4.4.103: A thin ring is loaded by two equal and opposite forces F in part a ...
- 4.4-103: A thin ring is loaded by two equal and opposite forces F in part a ...
- 4.4.104: A round tubular column has outside and inside diameters of D and d,...
- 4.4-104: A round tubular column has outside and inside diameters of D and d,...
- 4.4.105: For the conditions of Prob. 4104, show that buckling according to t...
- 4.4-105: For the conditions of Prob. 4104, show that buckling according to t...
- 4.4.106: Link 2, shown in the figure, is 25 mm wide, has 12-mm-diameter bear...
- 4.4-106: Link 2, shown in the figure, is 25 mm wide, has 12-mm-diameter bear...
- 4.4.107: Link 3, shown schematically in the figure, acts as a brace to suppo...
- 4.4-107: Link 3, shown schematically in the figure, acts as a brace to suppo...
- 4.4.108: The hydraulic cylinder shown in the figure has a 2-in bore and is t...
- 4.4-108: The hydraulic cylinder shown in the figure has a 2-in bore and is t...
- 4.4.109: The figure shows a schematic drawing of a vehicular jack that is to...
- 4.4-109: The figure shows a schematic drawing of a vehicular jack that is to...
- 4.4.110: If drawn, a figure for this problem would resemble that for Prob. 4...
- 4.4-110: If drawn, a figure for this problem would resemble that for Prob. 4...
- 4.4.111: Design link CD of the hand-operated toggle press shown in the figur...
- 4.4-111: Design link CD of the hand-operated toggle press shown in the figur...
- 4.4.112: Find the maximum values of the spring force and deflection of the i...
- 4.4-112: Find the maximum values of the spring force and deflection of the i...
- 4.4.113: As shown in the figure, the weight W1 strikes W2 from a height h. I...
- 4.4-113: As shown in the figure, the weight W1 strikes W2 from a height h. I...
- 4.4.114: Part a of the figure shows a weight W mounted between two springs. ...
- 4.4-114: Part a of the figure shows a weight W mounted between two springs. ...

# Solutions for Chapter 4: Deflection and Stiffness

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Solutions for Chapter 4: Deflection and Stiffness

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