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3) Stress Calculation for a box and I cross section beam For the beam shown below (Fig. 6,7 and 8) calculate the stress at the locaton 1,2,3, 4 and 9 and tabulate your data in Table 1 for case 1 and case 2. Apply the following data for both I cross section beam and Box cross section beam 87 Fig. 6: Beam dimension and sensor locations 6.4 mm 4.5 mm 4.9 mm 101.5 mm 5.5 mm 100 mm 8 mm 6.4 mm Fig. 7: Cross section properties of (a) I Cross section and (b) Box cross sections Page 6 of 11 ARC200 11 Laboratory Session #2

71% 115 mm Mass 25 kg Mass 9.7 kg 115.5 mm 115.5 mm Fig. 8: Load distribution for (a) rectangular distribution (b) triangular distributed Note: To find the location of the application of the load, align the distributed loads on top of the beam so that their bottom left corner is at the distance of 0.3 m from left side of the beam

ARC U011 Laboratory sesson #2 ТРЗ 2018-19 Page / of 11 Following tables to be completed by students prior to commencing the prac. Show you calculations at the end of the report. Table 1: Calculated values Case 1. Normal stress calculation for box cross section beam under distributed load Tnangular Distnibuted Load Rectangular Distributed Load oment(Nm )-1 Stress (Pascals)-Moment(N/ ) Stress(Pascals) Sensors1ーM 2 9 Case 2: Normal stress calculation for I cross section beam under distributed load Trianquiar Distributed Load Rectanqular Distributed Load Stress (Pascals) Sensors Moment (NmStress (Pascals) Moment ( 2 4

this question please. the answer in meters (m).

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