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ES-282
Final Exam
Spring 1996
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2. (20 Points)
A cantilever shaft is subjected to the shear and torsional loads shown below. The diameter of
the shaft is 3 inches. The shaft is made of 6061 T6511 aluminum.
A) Determine the locations of maximum stress (be very specific).
B) Determine the magnitude and direction of the principal stresses at one of the locations
identified in A) and show them on a properly oriented element.
C) 6061 T6511 aluminum is a ductile material which yields in shear at 12 ksi. Determine the
factor of safety against yield.
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2. Set up the equilibrium equation and compatibility equation for the following problem.
5-89. The tube is made from 2104-T6 aluminum and has an
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ES-282
Final Exam
Spring 1996
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Number -
5. (20 Points)
The stepped steel shaft AC shown below has a load of 4 in-kip applied at B. The shaft is
rigidly supported at A and C.
Gsteel= 12 x 1O6psi
Determine
A) Determine the reactions at A and C.
B) The rotation at B.
C) The maximum shear stress in the assembly.
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