By T.H.G. Megson
Aircraft constructions for Engineering Students is the top self contained plane buildings path textual content. It covers all primary matters, together with elasticity, structural research, airworthiness and aeroelasticity. Now in its fourth variation, the writer has revised and up-to-date the textual content all through and additional new case research and labored instance fabric to make the textual content much more available. features a recommendations handbook on hand to all adopting lecturers.
* New association aids figuring out of the basics of structural research and emphasizes functions to aircraft
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Further, using Eq. 17 × 10−4 on the planes of maximum shear stress. 5 At a particular point in a structural member a two-dimensional stress system exists where σx = 60 N/mm2 , σy = −40 N/mm2 and τxy = 50 N/mm2 . 3 calculate the direct strain in the x and y directions and the shear strain at the point. Also calculate the principal strains at the point and their inclination to the plane on which σx acts; verify these answers using a graphical method. 3 × 60) = −290 × 10−6 εy = 200 000 εx = From Eq.
1 A cylindrical pressure vessel has an internal diameter of 2 m and is fabricated from plates 20 mm thick. 5 N/mm2 and, in addition, the vessel is subjected to an axial tensile load of 2500 kN, calculate the direct and shear stresses on a plane inclined at an angle of 60◦ to the axis of the vessel. Calculate also the maximum shear stress. 9 N/mm2 A rectangular element in the wall of the pressure vessel is then subjected to the stress system shown in Fig. 9. Note that there are no shear stresses acting on the x and y planes; in this case, σx and σy then form a biaxial stress system.
Suppose that a small element of a body has dimensions δx, δy and δz. 54) The constant E/3(1 − 2ν) is known as the bulk modulus or modulus of volume expansion and is often given the symbol K. 15 Stress–strain relationships An examination of Eq. 5 since a body cannot increase in volume under pressure. Also the lateral dimensions of a body subjected to uniaxial tension cannot increase so that ν > 0. 33 below the elastic limit. 5. 4 A rectangular element in a linearly elastic isotropic material is subjected to tensile stresses of 83 and 65 N/mm2 on mutually perpendicular planes.
Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students (4th Edition) by T.H.G. Megson