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Eng G 130: Final Exam: Fall 2008

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Question #1
External forces are applied to the truss in
Figure 1. Using appropriate free body
diagrams:
(a)

Determine the reactions at A and E.

(b)

Determine the force in members CF,


CD and GH. Clearly state if the
member is in compression or tension.
Figure 1

Question #2
The loading system, as shown in Figure 2,
consists of two concentrated loads of 50 kN
each and a uniformly distributed load of 15
kN/m.
(a)

Identify the two-force member of this


system.

(b)

Determine the reactions at B and E of


the beam ABCDE.

(c)

Draw the free body diagram, shear


force diagram, and bending moment
diagram of beam ABCD (use space
provided below Figure 2). Indicate the
magnitude of important values (such
as the maximum and minimum values)
at the pertinent locations in your
diagrams.

Eng G 130: Final Exam: Fall 2008

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Question #3
A simple rope and pulley system with a weight
W is used to turn a large spool with weight
W1= 2000 N (Figure 3). The outer radius of the
spool has length 2a, while the inner radius of
the spool has length a. The coefficient of
friction between the spool and the walls A and
B is s = 0.2. Determine the minimum required
weight W to start the spool turning by:
(a)

Drawing the appropriate Free Body


Diagrams for the system.

(b)

Using the Free Body Diagrams from


Part (a) to solve for W.

Figure 3

Question #4
A machine part is manufactured to have the
cross-section geometry shown in Figure 4. All
dimensions in the Figure are given in mm. The
upper portion of the part (light shading) has a
density of 1 = 0.1 kg/mm3, while the lower
portion (dark shading) has a density of
2 = 0.2 kg/mm3:
(a)

Determine the (x, y) coordinates of the


center of mass of the cross-section.

(b)

Determine the Moment of Inertia of the


cross-section about the x-axis, Ix.

y
10

10

10

10

10

10

35

1
35

2
25
10
25
All dimensions in mm.

Figure 4

20
x