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A steel rod of 20 mm diameter and 350 mm long passes centrally through a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter and 30 mm internal diameter. The composite bar is tightened by using rigid washers of negligible thickness, which are fastened by nuts threaded on the rod. Find the stresses developed in the steel tube and rod, when the assembly is subjected to a tensile load of 22 kN.

Question-AnswerCategory: Strength of MaterialsA steel rod of 20 mm diameter and 350 mm long passes centrally through a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter and 30 mm internal diameter. The composite bar is tightened by using rigid washers of negligible thickness, which are fastened by nuts threaded on the rod. Find the stresses developed in the steel tube and rod, when the assembly is subjected to a tensile load of 22 kN.
Mwate Chito asked 4 months ago

A steel rod of 20 mm diameter and 350 mm long passes centrally through a steel tube of 40 mm external diameter and 30 mm internal diameter. The composite bar is tightened by using rigid washers of negligible thickness, which are fastened by nuts threaded on the rod. Find the stresses developed in the steel tube and rod, when the assembly is subjected to a tensile load of 22 kN.

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