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# Q1 The solid shaft is fixed to the support at C

shown. Determine the shear stress at points
A and B on the surface, and sketch the shear
stress on volume elements located at these
points.
Q2 If the tubular shaft is made from material
having an allowable shear stress of =
85 , determine the required minimum
wall thickness of the shaft to the nearest
millimetre. The shaft has an outer diameter
of 150 mm. Also, sketch the torque diagram
for the shaft.

Torque diagram:
T (kNm)
30

x (m)

-15

-45
Q3 A series of gears are mounted on the 40-
mm diameter steel shaft. Determine the
angle of twist of gear B relative to gear A.
Take = 75 . Then, sketch the torque
diagram for the shaft.

= 2 (0.024 ) = 800 (109 ) 4

0.02[600+(300)+200+500]
/ = [80(109 )][75(109 )]
= 0.01061

180
/ = 0.01061 (
) = 0.608

Torque diagram:

T (Nm)

600

500

200

x (m)

-300
Q4 The aluminium rod AB ( = 27 ) is
bonded to the brass rod BD ( = 39 ).
Knowing that portion CD of the brass rod is
hollow and has an inner diameter of 40 mm,
determine the angle of twist at A.
Q5 (a) Determine the maximum tensile
and compressive stresses based on
the given beam and cross section.
Q5 (b) Determine the maximum tensile
and compressive stresses based on
the given beam and cross section.
Q5 (c) Determine the maximum tensile
and compressive stresses based on
the given beam and cross section.
Q6 A bar having the cross section shown has
(a) been formed by securely bonding brass and
aluminium stock. Using the data given
below, determine the largest permissible
bending moment when the composite bar is

Aluminium Brass
Modulus of 70 105
Elasticity, E
(GPa)
Allowable 100 160
stress
(MPa)
Q6 A bar having the cross section shown has
(b) been formed by securely bonding brass and
aluminium stock. Using the data given
below, determine the largest permissible
bending moment when the composite bar is