# Two blocks joined by a single pin are subjected to a pulling force of P = 250 Ib. The pin has a diameter of 0.25 in and thedimensions of the blocks with respect to the figure below are listed below.a = 2.42 inb = 1.52 inC = 1.5 inti = 0.89 int2 = 1.2 inNote that the dimensions b and c represent the distance from the edge of the block to the middle of the pint, 1aVinter201920-Engr220-001/images/9de8f780-b478-3fb6-91f7-bd1015381538_fafc4bb4-e5dImage is not drawn to scale. Determine the following:The maximum normal stress in the top (light) block :The maximum normal stress in the bottom (dark) block :The tear-out shear stress in the top (light) block :The tear-out shear stress in the bottom (dark) block :The shear stress in the pin :

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6 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseTwo blocks joined by a single pin are subjected to a pulling force of P = 250 Ib. The pin has a diameter of 0.25 in and the dimensions of the blocks with respect to the figure below are listed below. a = 2.42 in b = 1.52 in C = 1.5 in ti = 0.89 in t2 = 1.2 in Note that the dimensions b and c represent the distance from the edge of the block to the middle of the pin t, 1 a Vinter201920-Engr220-001/images/9de8f780-b478-3fb6-91f7-bd1015381538_fafc4bb4-e5d Image is not drawn to scale. fullscreen help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseDetermine the following: The maximum normal stress in the top (light) block : The maximum normal stress in the bottom (dark) block : The tear-out shear stress in the top (light) block : The tear-out shear stress in the bottom (dark) block : The shear stress in the pin : fullscreen
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The given data are: help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseP= 250 lb d = 0.25 in a = 2.42 in b = 1.52 in c =1.5 in t, = 0.89 in tz = 1.2 in Here, d represents pin diameter fullscreen
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