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Problem 1.3.1P:

Find support reactions at A and B and then calculate the axial force N. shear force J and bending...

Problem 1.3.2P:

Find support reactions at A and B and then calculate the axial force N, shear force V, and bending...

Problem 1.3.3P:

Segments AB and BC of beam ABC are pin connected a small distance to the right of joint B (sec...

Problem 1.3.4P:

Segments A B and BCD of beam A BCD are pin connected at x = 4 m. The beam is supported by a sliding...

Problem 1.3.5P:

Segments AB and BCD of beam ABCD are pin connected at x = 10 ft. The beam is supported by a pin...

Problem 1.3.6P:

Consider the plane truss with a pin support at joint 3 and a crtica1 roller support at joint 5 (see...

Problem 1.3.7P:

A plane truss has a pin support at A and a roller support at E(see figure). (a) Find reactions at...

Problem 1.3.8P:

A plane truss has a pin support at F and a roller support at D (see figure). (a) Find reactions at...

Problem 1.3.9P:

Find support reactions at A and B and then use the method of joints to find all member forces. Let c...

Problem 1.3.10P:

Find support reactions at 4 and Band then use the method of joints to find all member forces. Let b...

Problem 1.3.13P:

A space truss has three-dimensional pin supports at joints 0, B, and C, Load P is applied at joint A...

Problem 1.3.14P:

A space truss is restrained at joints O, A. B. and C, as shown in the figure. Load P is applied at...

Problem 1.3.15P:

1.3-15 A space truss is restrained at joints A, B, and C, as shown in the figure. Load 2P is applied...

Problem 1.3.16P:

A space truss is restrained at joints A, B. and C, as shown in the figure. Load P acts in the +z...

Problem 1.3.17P:

A stepped shaft ABC consisting of two solid, circular segments is subjected to torques T}and...

Problem 1.3.18P:

A stepped shaft ABC consisting of two solid, circular segments is subjected to uniformly distributed...

Problem 1.3.19P:

A plane frame is restrained al joints A and C, as shown in the figure. Members AB and BC are pin...

Problem 1.3.20P:

A plane Frame is restrained at joints A and D, as shown in the figure. Members AB and BCD are pin...

Problem 1.3.21P:

Find support reactions at A and D and then calculate the axial force N, shear force V, and bending...

Problem 1.3.22P:

Find support reactions at A and D and then calculate the axial force N. shear force 1 and bending...

Problem 1.3.23P:

,3-23 A 200-lb trap door (AD) is supported by a strut (BC) which is pin connected to the door at B...

Problem 1.3.24P:

A plane frame is constructed by using a pin connection between segments ABC and CDE. The frame has...

Problem 1.3.25P:

A plane Frame with pin supports at A and E has a cable attached at C, which runs over a...

Problem 1.3.26P:

A plane frame with a pin support at A and roller supports at C and Â£ has a cable attached at E....

Problem 1.3.27P:

A 150-lb rigid bar AB. with friction less rollers al each end. is held in the position shown in the...

Problem 1.3.28P:

A plane frame has a pin support at A and roller supports at C and E (see figure). Frame segments A...

Problem 1.3.29P:

A special vehicle brake is clamped at O when the brake force P1 is applied (see figure). Force P1=...

Problem 1.3.30P:

Space frame A BCD is clamped at A, except it is Free to translate in the .v direction. There is also...

Problem 1.3.31P:

Space Frame ABC is clamped at A, except it is free to rotate at A about the x and y axes. Cables DC...

Problem 1.3.32P:

A soccer goal is subjected to gravity loads (in the - z direction, w = 73 N/m for DG, BG, and BC; w...

Problem 1.3.33P:

An elliptical exerciser machine (see figure part a) is composed of front and back rails. A...

Problem 1.3.34P:

A mountain bike is moving along a flat path at constant velocity. At some instant, the rider (weight...

Problem 1.4.1P:

A hollow circular post ABC (see figure) supports a load Pt= 1700 lb acting al the top. A second load...

Problem 1.4.2P:

A circular nylon pipe supports a downward load PA= 10 kN. which is uniformly distributed around a...

Problem 1.4.3P:

A circular tube AB is fixed at one end and free at the other end. The tube is subjected to axial...

Problem 1.4.4P:

A force P of 70 N is applied by a rider to the front hand brake of a bicycle ( P is the resultant of...

Problem 1.4.5P:

A bicycle rider wants to compare the effectiveness of cantilever hand brakes (see figure part a)...

Problem 1.4.6P:

A circular aluminum tube with a length of L = 420 mm is loaded in compression by forces P (see...

Problem 1.4.7P:

The cross section of a concrete corner column that is loaded uniformly in compression is shown in...

Problem 1.4.8P:

A car weighing 130 kN when fully loaded is pulled slowly up a steep inclined track by a steel cable...

Problem 1.4.9P:

Two steel wines support a moveable overhead camera weighing W = 28 lb (see figure part a) used For...

Problem 1.4.10P:

A long re Lai nine: wall is braced by wood shores set at an angle of 30Â° and supported by concrete...

Problem 1.4.11P:

A pickup truck tailgate supports a crate where Wc= 150 lb. as shown in the figure. The tailgate...

Problem 1.4.12P:

Solve the preceding problem if the mass of the tailgate is MTâ€” 11 kg and that of the crate is hicâ€”...

Problem 1.4.13P:

An L-shaped reinforced concrete slab 12 Ft X 12 ft, with a 6 Ft X 6 ft cut-out and thickness t = 9.0...

Problem 1.4.14P:

A crane boom of mass 450 leg with its center of mass at C is stabilized by two cables AQ and BQ (Ae=...

Problem 1.4.15P:

Two gondolas on a ski lift are locked in the position show in the figure while repairs are being...

Problem 1.4.16P:

A round bar ABC of length 2L (see figure) rotates about an axis through the midpoint C with constant...

Problem 1.4.17P:

Two separate cables AC and BC support a sign structure of weight W = 1575 lb attached to a building....

Problem 1.5.1P:

Imagine that a long steel wire hangs vertically from a high-altitude balloon. (a) What is the...

Problem 1.5.2P:

A steel riser pipe hangs from a drill rig located offshore in deep water (see figure). (a) What is...

Problem 1.5.3P:

Three different materials, designated A, B. and C, are tested in tension using test specimens having...

Problem 1.5.4P:

The strength-to-weight ratio of a structural material is defined as its load-carrying capacity...

Problem 1.5.5P:

A symmetrical framework consisting of three pin-connected bars is loaded by a force P (see figure)....

Problem 1.5.6P:

A specimen of a methacrylate plastic is tested in tension at room temperature (see figure},...

Problem 1.5.7P:

The data shown in the accompanying table are From a tensile test of high-strength steel. The test...

Problem 1.6.1P:

A bar made of structural steel having the stress-strain diagram shown in the figure has a length of...

Problem 1.6.2P:

A bar of length 2.0 m is made of a structural steel having the stress-strain diagram shown in the...

Problem 1.6.3P:

A bar made of structural steel having the stress-strain diagram shown in the figure has a length of...

Problem 1.6.4P:

A circular bar of magnesium alloy is 750 mm long. The stress-strain diagram for the material is...

Problem 1.6.5P:

An aluminum bar has length L = 6 ft and diameter d = 1.375 in. The stress-strain curse for the...

Problem 1.6.6P:

A continuous cable (diameter 6 mm) with tension force T is attached to a horizontal frame member at...

Problem 1.6.7P:

A wine of length L = 4 ft and diameter d = 0.125 in. is stretched by tensile forces P = 600 lb. The...

Problem 1.7.1P:

A high-strength steel bar used in a large crane has a diameter d = 2.00 in. (sec figure). The steel...

Problem 1.7.2P:

A round bar of 10 mm diameter is made of aluminum alloy 7075-T6 (see figure). When the bar is...

Problem 1.7.3P:

A polyethylene bar with a diameter d, = 4.0 in. is placed inside a steel lube with an inner diameter...

Problem 1.7.4P:

A square plastic bar (length LP,side dimension sP=193 mm) is inserted inside a hollow. square cast...

Problem 1.7.5P:

A polyethylene bar having rectangular cross section with a width 7.35 in. and depth 7 in. is placed...

Problem 1.7.6P:

A circular aluminum tube of length L = 600 mm is loaded in compression by forces P (see figure). The...

Problem 1.7.7P:

A bar of monel metal with a length L = 9 in. and a diameter d = 0225 in. is loaded axially by a...

Problem 1.7.8P:

A tensile test is performed on a brass specimen 10 mm in diameter using a gage length of 50 mm (see...

Problem 1.7.9P:

A hollow, brass circular pipe ABC (see figure) supports a load P1= 26.5 kips acting at the top. A...

Problem 1.7.10P:

Three round, copper alloy bars having the same length L but different shapes are shown, in the...

Problem 1.8.1P:

An angle bracket having a thickness t = 0.75 in. is attached to the flange of a column by two...

Problem 1.8.2P:

Truss members supporting a roof are connected to a 26-mm-thick gusset plate by a 22-mm diameter pin,...

Problem 1.8.3P:

The upper deck ala foothill stadium is supported by braces, each of which transfer a load P = 160...

Problem 1.8.4P:

The inclined ladder AB supports a house painter (85 kg) at C and the weight iq = 40 K/m} of the...

Problem 1.8.5P:

The Force in the brake cable of the V-brake system shown in the figure is T â€” 45 lb. The pivot pin...

Problem 1.8.6P:

A steel plate of dimensions 2.5 Ã— l.5 Ã— 0.08 m and weighing 23.1 kN is hoisted by steel cables with...

Problem 1.8.7P:

A special-purpose eye boll with a shank diameter d - 0.50 in. passes through, a hole in a steel...

Problem 1.8.8P:

An elastomeric bearing pad consisting of two steel plates bonded to a chloroprene elastomer (an...

Problem 1.8.9P:

A joint between iwo concrete slabs A and B is filled, with a flexible epoxy lhal bonds securely lo...

Problem 1.8.10P:

A steel punch consists of two shafts: upper shaft and lower shaft. Assume that the upper shaft has a...

Problem 1.8.11P:

A joint between two glass plates A and B is filled with a flexible epoxy that bonds securely to the...

Problem 1.8.12P:

A punch for making a slotted hole in ID cards is shown in the figure part a. Assume that the hole...

Problem 1.8.13P:

A steel riser pipe hangs from a drill rig located offshore in deep water (see figure). Separate...

Problem 1.8.14P:

A flexible connection consisting of rubber pads (thickness f = 9 mm) bonded to steel plates is shown...

Problem 1.8.15P:

.15 A hitch-mounted bicycle rack is designed to carry up to four 30-lb bikes mounted on and strapped...

Problem 1.8.16P:

The clamp shown in the figure supports a load hanging from the lower flange of a steel beam. The...

Problem 1.8.17P:

A shock mount constructed as shown iu the figure is used to support a delicate instrument. The mount...

Problem 1.8.19P:

A spray nozzle for a garden hose requires under a water pressure force fp= 30 lb at C (see figure a...

Problem 1.8.20P:

A single steel strut AB with a diameter (a) Find the strut force Fs and average normal stress ds= 8...

Problem 1.8.21P:

The top portion of a pole saw used to trim (a) Find the force P on the cutting Made at D if tbe...

Problem 1.8.22P:

A cargo ship is tied down to marine boll arts at a number of points along its length while its cargo...

Problem 1.8.23P:

A basketball player hangs on the rim after (a) Find the reactions at the support bracket a dunk. He...

Problem 1.8.24P:

A bicycle chain consists of a series of small links, where each are 12 mm long between the centers...

Problem 1.9.1P:

A bar of solid circular cross section is loaded in tension by forces P (see figure). The bar has a...

Problem 1.9.2P:

.2 A torque T0is transmitted between two flanged shafts by means of ten 20-mm bolts (see figure and...

Problem 1.9.3P:

A tie-down on the deck of a sailboat consists of a bent bar boiled at both ends, as shown in the...

Problem 1.9.4P:

Two steel tubes are joined at B by four pins (dp= 11 mm), as shown in the cross section aâ€”a in the...

Problem 1.9.5P:

A steel pad supporting heavy machinery rests on Four short, hollow, cast iron piers (see figure)....

Problem 1.9.6P:

A steel pad supporting heavy machinery rests on four short, hollow, cast iron piers (see figure)....

Problem 1.9.7P:

A steel riser pipe hangs from a drill rig. Individual segments of equal length L = 50 ft are joined...

Problem 1.9.8P:

The rear hatch of a van (BDCG in figure part a) is supported by two hinges at Bland B2and by two...

Problem 1.9.9P:

A lifeboat hangs from two ship's davits. as shown in the figure. A pin of diameter d = 0.80 in....

Problem 1.9.10P:

A cable and pulley system in the figure part a supports a cage of a mass 300 kg at B. Assume that...

Problem 1.9.11P:

A ship's spar is attached at the base of a mast by a pin connection (see figure). The spar is a...

Problem 1.9.12P:

What is the maximum possible value of the clamping Force C in the jaws of the pliers shown in the...

Problem 1.9.13P:

A metal bar AB of a weight Ills suspended by a system of steel wires arranged as shown in the...

Problem 1.9.14P:

A plane truss is subjected to loads 2P and P at joints B and C, respectively, as shown in the figure...

Problem 1.9.15P:

A solid bar of circular cross section (diameter d) has a hole of diameter d/5 drilled laterally...

Problem 1.9.16P:

A solid steel bar of a diameter d1= 60 mm has a hole of a diameter d2= 32 mm drilled through it (see...

Problem 1.9.17P:

A sign of weight W is supported at its base by four bolls anchored in a concrete footing. Wind...

Problem 1.9.18P:

The piston in an engine is attached to a connecting rod AB, which in turn is connected to a crank...

Problem 1.10.1P:

An aluminum tube is required to transmit an axial tensile force P = 33 k (sec figure part a). The...

Problem 1.10.2P:

A copper alloy pipe with a yield stress aY= 290 MPa. is to carry an axial tensile load P = 1500 kN...

Problem 1.10.3P:

A horizontal beam AB with cross-sectional dimensions (b = 0.75 in.) X (h = 8.0 in.) is supported by...

Problem 1.10.4P:

Lateral bracing for an elevated pedestrian walkway is shown in the figure part a. The thickness of...

Problem 1.10.5P:

A plane truss has joint loads P, 2P, and 3P at joints D. C, and B. respectively (see figure) where...

Problem 1.10.6P:

Cable DB supports canopy beam OABC as shown in the figure. Find the required cross-sectional area of...

Problem 1.10.7P:

Continuous cable ADS runs over a small Frictionless pulley at D to support beam OABC that is part of...

Problem 1.10.8P:

A suspender on a suspension bridge consist of a cable that passes over the main cable (see figure)...

Problem 1.10.9P:

A square steel tube of a length L = 20 ft and width b2= 10.0 in. is hoisted by a crane (see figure)....

Problem 1.10.10P:

A cable and pulley system at D is used to bring a 230-lcg pole (ACB) to a vertical position, as...

Problem 1.10.11P:

A pressurized circular cylinder has a sealed cover plate fastened with steel bolts (see figure). The...

Problem 1.10.12P:

A tubular post of outer diameter d2is guyed by two cables fitted with turnbuckles (see figure). The...

Problem 1.10.13P:

A large precast concrete panel for a warehouse is raised using two sets of cables at two lift lines,...

Problem 1.10.14P:

A steel column of hollow circular cross section is supported on a circular, steel base plate and a...

Problem 1.10.15P:

An elevated jogging track is supported at intervals by a wood beam AB (L = 7.5 ft) that is pinned at...

Problem 1.10.16P:

A flat bar of a widths b = 60 mm and thickness t = 10 mm is loaded in tension by a force p (see...

Problem 1.10.17P:

Continuous cable A DB runs over a small friction less pulley al D to support beam OABC, which is...

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Chapter 1 - Tension, Compression, And ShearChapter 2 - Axially Loaded MembersChapter 3 - TorsionChapter 4 - Shear Forces And Bending MomentsChapter 5 - Stresses In Beams (basic Topics)Chapter 6 - Stresses In Beams (advanced Topics)Chapter 7 - Analysis Of Stress And StrainChapter 8 - Applications Of Plane Stress (pressure Vessels, Beams, And Combined Loadings)Chapter 9 - Deflections Of BeamsChapter 10 - Statically Indeterminate Beams

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Give students a rigorous, complete, and integrated treatment of the mechanics of materials -- an essential subject in mechanical, civil, and structural engineering. This leading text, Goodno/Gere's MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, 9E, examines the analysis and design of structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, and bending -- laying the foundation for further study.

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