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A composite bar is made up of a brass rod of 25 mm diameter enclosed in a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter, and 35 mm internal diameter. The ends of the rod and tube are securely fixed. Find the stresses developed in the brass rod and steel tube, when the composite bar is subjected to an axial pull of 45 kN. Take E for brass as 80 GPa and E for steel as 200 GPa

Question-AnswerCategory: Strength of MaterialsA composite bar is made up of a brass rod of 25 mm diameter enclosed in a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter, and 35 mm internal diameter. The ends of the rod and tube are securely fixed. Find the stresses developed in the brass rod and steel tube, when the composite bar is subjected to an axial pull of 45 kN. Take E for brass as 80 GPa and E for steel as 200 GPa
Mwate Chito asked 4 months ago

A composite bar is made up of a brass rod of 25 mm diameter enclosed in a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter, and 35 mm internal diameter. The ends of the rod and tube are securely fixed. Find the stresses developed in the brass rod and steel tube, when the composite bar is subjected to an axial pull of 45 kN. Take E for brass as 80 GPa and E for steel as 200 GPa

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