Simply Supported Beam with Support Added at Midspan to Prevent Excessive Deflection

Situation
A simply supported beam has a span of 12 m. The beam carries a total uniformly distributed load of 21.5 kN/m.
1.   To prevent excessive deflection, a support is added at midspan. Calculate the resulting moment (kN·m) at the added support.

A.   64.5 C.   258.0
B.   96.8 D.   86.0

2.   Calculate the resulting maximum positive moment (kN·m) when a support is added at midspan.

A.   96.75 C.   108.84
B.   54.42 D.   77.40

3.   Calculate the reaction (kN) at the added support.

A.   48.38 C.   161.2
B.   96.75 D.   80.62

 

Limit the Deflection of Cantilever Beam by Applying Force at the Free End

Situation
A cantilever beam, 3.5 m long, carries a concentrated load, P, at mid-length.

Given:
P = 200 kN
Beam Modulus of Elasticity, E = 200 GPa
Beam Moment of Inertia, I = 60.8 × 106 mm4

 

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1.   How much is the deflection (mm) at mid-length?

A.   1.84 C.   23.50
B.   29.40 D.   14.70

2.   What force (kN) should be applied at the free end to prevent deflection?

A.   7.8 C.   62.5
B.   41.7 D.   100.0

3.   To limit the deflection at mid-length to 9.5 mm, how much force (kN) should be applied at the free end?

A.   54.1 C.   129.3
B.   76.8 D.   64.7

 

Support Added at the Midspan of Simple Beam to Prevent Excessive Deflection

Situation
A simply supported steel beam spans 9 m. It carries a uniformly distributed load of 10 kN/m, beam weight already included.

Given Beam Properties:
Area = 8,530 mm2
Depth = 306 mm
Flange Width = 204 mm
Flange Thickness = 14.6 mm
Moment of Inertia, Ix = 145 × 106 mm4
Modulus of Elasticity, E = 200 GPa

1.   What is the maximum flexural stress (MPa) in the beam?

A.   107 C.   142
B.   54 D.   71

2.   To prevent excessive deflection, the beam is propped at midspan using a pipe column. Find the resulting axial stress (MPa) in the column

Given Column Properties:
Outside Diameter = 200 mm
Thickness = 10 mm
Height = 4 m
A.   4.7 C.   18.8
B.   9.4 D.   2.8

3.   How much is the maximum bending stress (MPa) in the propped beam?

A.   26.7 C.   15.0
B.   17.8 D.   35.6

 

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Stresses of Hollow Circular Tube Used as a Pole

Situation
A 12-m pole is fixed at its base and is subjected to uniform lateral load of 600 N/m. The pole is made-up of hollow steel tube 273 mm in outside diameter and 9 mm thick.
1.   Calculate the maximum shear stress (MPa).

A.   0.96 C.   1.39
B.   1.93 D.   0.69

2.   Calculate the maximum tensile stress (MPa).

A.   96.0 C.   60.9
B.   69.0 D.   90.6

3.   Calculate the force (kN) required at the free end to restrain the displacement.

A.   2.7 C.   27
B.   7.2 D.   72

 

Centripetal Force of a Ball Revolving Uniformly in a Horizontal Circle

Problem
A 150 g ball at the end of a string is revolving uniformly in a horizontal circle of radius 0.600 m. The ball makes 2 revolutions in a second. What is the centripetal acceleration?

A.   74.95 m/sec2 C.   49.57 m/sec2
B.   94.75 m/sec2 D.   59.47 m/sec2

 

Sum of Areas of Infinite Number of Squares

Problem
The side of a square is 10 m. A second square is formed by joining, in the proper order, the midpoints of the sides of the first square. A third square is formed by joining the midpoints of the second square, and so on. Find the sum of the areas of all the squares if the process will continue indefinitely.
 

Radius of Circle of New Atom Smasher

Problem
A new kind of atom smasher is to be composed of two tangents and a circular arc which is concave toward the point of intersection of the two tangents. Each tangent and the arc of the circle is 1 mile long, what is the radius of the circle? Use 1 mile = 5280 ft.

A.   1437 ft. C.   1347 ft.
B.   1734 ft. D.   1374 ft.

 

Sum of Areas of Equilateral Triangles Inscribed in Circles

Problem
An equilateral triangle is inscribed within a circle whose diameter is 12 cm. In this triangle a circle is inscribed; and in this circle, another equilateral triangle is inscribed; and so on indefinitely. Find the sum of the areas of all the triangles.
 

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