- 11.11.1: Determine the modulus of resilience for each of the following grade...
- 11.11.2: Determine the modulus of resilience for each of the following alumi...
- 11.11.3: Determine the modulus of resilience for each of the following metal...
- 11.11.4: Determine the modulus of resilience for each of the following alloy...
- 11.11.5: The stress-strain diagram shown has been drawn from data obtained d...
- 11.11.6: The stress-strain diagram shown has been drawn from data obtained d...
- 11.11.7: The load-deformation diagram shown has been drawn from data obtaine...
- 11.11.8: The load-deformation diagram shown has been drawn from data obtaine...
- 11.11.9: Using E = 29 x 10 psi, determine (a) the strain energy of the steel...
- 11.11.10: Using E = 200 GPa, determine (a) the strain energy of the steel rod...
- 11.11.11: A 30-in. length of aluminum pipe of cross-sectional area 1.85 in2 i...
- 11.11.12: A single 6-mm-diameter steel pin B is used to connect the steel str...
- 11.11.13: Rods AB and BC are made of a steel for which the yield strength is ...
- 11.11.14: Rod BC is made of a steel for which the yield strength is sY 5 300 ...
- 11.11.15: The assembly ABC is made of a steel for which E 5 200 GPa and sY 5 ...
- 11.11.16: Show by integration that the strain energy of the tapered rod AB is...
- 11.11.17: Using E 5 10.6 3 106 psi, determine by approximate means the maximu...
- 11.11.18: In the truss shown, all members are made of the same material and h...
- 11.11.19: In the truss shown, all members are made of the same material and h...
- 11.11.20: In the truss shown, all members are made of the same material and h...
- 11.11.21: In the truss shown, all members are made of the same material and h...
- 11.11.22: Each member of the truss shown is made of aluminum and has the cros...
- 11.11.23: Each member of the truss shown is made of aluminum and has the cros...
- 11.11.24: Taking into account only the effect of normal stresses, determine t...
- 11.11.25: Taking into account only the effect of normal stresses, determine t...
- 11.11.26: Taking into account only the effect of normal stresses, determine t...
- 11.11.27: Taking into account only the effect of normal stresses, determine t...
- 11.11.28: Using E = 29 x 10 psi , determine the strain energy due to bending ...
- 11.11.29: Using E = 29 x 10 psi , determine the strain energy due to bending ...
- 11.11.30: Using E = 200 GPa, determine the strain energy due to bending for t...
- 11.11.31: Using E = 200 GPa, determine the strain energy due to bending for t...
- 11.11.32: Assuming that the prismatic beam AB has a rectangular cross section...
- 11.11.33: In the assembly shown, torques TA and TB are exerted on disks A and...
- 11.11.34: The design specifications for the steel shaft AB require that the s...
- 11.11.35: Show by integration that the strain energy in the tapered rod AB is...
- 11.11.36: The state of stress shown occurs in a machine component made of a b...
- 11.11.37: The state of stress shown occurs in a machine component made of a b...
- 11.11.38: The state of stress shown occurs in a machine component made of a g...
- 11.11.39: The state of stress shown occurs in a machine component made of a g...
- 11.11.40: Determine the strain energy of the prismatic beam AB, taking into a...
- 11.11.41: A vibration isolation support is made by bonding a rod A, of radius...
- 11.11.42: A 5-kg collar D moves along the uniform rod AB and has a speed v0 =...
- 11.11.43: The 18-lb cylindrical block E has a horizontal velocity v0 when it ...
- 11.11.44: The cylindrical block E has a speed v0 = 16 ft/s when it strikes sq...
- 11.11.45: The 35-kg collar D is released from rest in the position shown and ...
- 11.11.46: The 15-kg collar D is released from rest in the position shown and ...
- 11.11.47: The 48-kg collar G is released from rest in the position shown and ...
- 11.11.48: A 25-lb block C moving horizontally with at velocity v0 hits the po...
- 11.11.49: Solve Prob. 11.48, assuming that the post AB has been rotated 90 ab...
- 11.11.50: An aluminum tube having the cross section shown is struck squarely ...
- 11.11.51: Solve Prob. 11.50, assuming that the tube has been replaced by a so...
- 11.11.52: The 2-kg block D is dropped from the position shown onto the end of...
- 11.11.53: The 10-kg block D is dropped from a height h = 450 mm onto the alum...
- 11.11.54: The 4-lb block D is dropped from the position shown onto the end of...
- 11.11.55: A 160-lb diver jumps from a height of 20 in. onto end C of a diving...
- 11.11.56: A block of weight W is dropped from a height h onto the horizontal ...
- 11.11.57: A block of weight W is dropped from a height h onto the horizontal ...
- 11.11.58: Using the method of work and energy, determine the deflection at po...
- 11.11.59: Using the method of work and energy, determine the deflection at po...
- 11.11.60: Using the method of work and energy, determine the slope at point D...
- 11.11.61: Using the method of work and energy, determine the slope at point D...
- 11.11.62: Using the method of work and energy, determine the deflection at po...
- 11.11.63: Using the method of work and energy, determine the deflection at po...
- 11.11.64: Using the method of work and energy, determine the slope at point B...
- 11.11.65: Using the method of work and energy, determine the slope at point D...
- 11.11.66: The 20-mm diameter steel rod BC is attached to the lever AB and to ...
- 11.11.67: Torques of the same magnitude T are applied to the steel shafts AB ...
- 11.11.68: Two steel shafts, each of 0.75-in.-diameter, are connected by the g...
- 11.11.69: The 20-mm-diameter steel rod CD is welded to the 20-mmdiameter stee...
- 11.11.70: The thin-walled hollow cylindrical member AB has a noncircular cros...
- 11.11.71: Each member of the truss shown has a uniform crosssectional area A....
- 11.11.72: Each member of the truss shown has a uniform crosssectional area A....
- 11.11.73: Each member of the truss shown is made of steel and has a uniform c...
- 11.11.74: Each member of the truss shown is made of steel. The crosssectional...
- 11.11.75: Each member of the truss shown is made of steel and has a crosssect...
- 11.11.76: The steel rod BC has a 24-mm diameter and the steel cable ABDCA has...
- 11.11.77: Using the information in Appendix D, compute the work of the loads ...
- 11.11.78: Using the information in Appendix D, compute the work of the loads ...
- 11.11.79: For the beam and loading shown, (a) compute the work of the loads a...
- 11.11.80: For the beam and loading shown, (a) compute the work of the loads a...
- 11.11.81: For the beam and loading shown, (a) compute the work of the loads a...
- 11.11.82: For the beam and loading shown, (a) compute the work of the loads a...
- 11.11.83: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the deflection of point D.
- 11.11.84: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the deflection of point D.
- 11.11.85: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the deflection of point D.
- 11.11.86: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the slope at point D.
- 11.11.87: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the slope at point D.
- 11.11.88: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the slope at point D.
- 11.11.89: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the slope at point A
- 11.11.90: For the prismatic beam shown, determine the slope at point B.
- 11.11.91: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection of point B...
- 11.11.92: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection of point A...
- 11.11.93: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection at point B...
- 11.11.94: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection at point B...
- 11.11.95: For the beam and loading shown, determine the slope at end A. Use E...
- 11.11.96: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection at point D...
- 11.11.97: For the beam and loading shown, determine the slope at end A. Use E...
- 11.11.98: For the beam and loading shown, determine the deflection at point C...
- 11.11.99: For the truss and loading shown, determine the horizontal and verti...
- 11.11.100: For the truss and loading shown, determine the horizontal and verti...
- 11.11.101: Vertical deflection of joint C.
- 11.11.102: Horizontal deflection of joint C.
- 11.11.103: Vertical deflection of joint B
- 11.11.104: Horizontal deflection of joint B.
- 11.11.105: A uniform rod of flexural rigidity EI is bent and loaded as shown. ...
- 11.11.106: For the uniform rod and loading shown and using Castiglianos theore...
- 11.11.107: For the beam and loading shown and using Castiglianos theorem, dete...
- 11.11.108: Two rods AB and BC of the same flexural rigidity EI are welded toge...
- 11.11.109: Three rods, each of the same flexural rigidity EI, are welded to fo...
- 11.11.110: Three rods, each of the same flexural rigidity EI, are welded to fo...
- 11.11.111: Determine the reaction at the roller support and draw the bending-m...
- 11.11.112: Determine the reaction at the roller support and draw the bending-m...
- 11.11.113: Determine the reaction at the roller support and draw the bending-m...
- 11.11.114: Determine the reaction at the roller support and draw the bending-m...
- 11.11.115: Determine the reaction at the roller support and draw the bending-m...
- 11.11.116: For the uniform beam and loading shown, determine the reaction at e...
- 11.11.117: Three members of the same material and same cross-sectional area ar...
- 11.11.118: Three members of the same material and same cross-sectional area ar...
- 11.11.119: Three members of the same material and same cross-sectional area ar...
- 11.11.120: Three members of the same material and same cross-sectional area ar...
- 11.11.121: Knowing that the eight members of the indeterminate truss shown hav...
- 11.11.122: Knowing that the eight members of the indeterminate truss shown hav...

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