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A load of 80 kN is jointly supported by three rods of 20 mm diameter as shown in Fig. 4.12.The rods are adjusted in such a way that they share the load equally. If an additional load of 50 kN is added, find the final stresses in steel and copper. Take E for copper as 100 GPa and for steel as 200 GPa.

Question-AnswerCategory: Strength of MaterialsA load of 80 kN is jointly supported by three rods of 20 mm diameter as shown in Fig. 4.12.The rods are adjusted in such a way that they share the load equally. If an additional load of 50 kN is added, find the final stresses in steel and copper. Take E for copper as 100 GPa and for steel as 200 GPa.
Mwate Chito asked 4 months ago

A load of 80 kN is jointly supported by three rods of 20 mm diameter as shown in Fig. 4.12.The rods are adjusted in such a way that they share the load equally. If an additional load of 50 kN is added, find the final stresses in steel and copper. Take E for copper as 100 GPa and for steel as 200 GPa.

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