Question

A simply supported laminated composite beam of length 0.075 m
and width 5 mm made of glass/epoxy has the following layup of
[30/-30]_{4}. Assume that each ply is 0.125 mm and material
properties are E_{1} = 38.6 GPa, E_{2} = 8.27 GPa,
G_{12} = 4.14 GPa, ν_{12} = 0.26. A uniform load of
q=0.6 KN/m is applied on the beam. What is the maximum deflection
of the beam?

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A simply supported composite beam (L = 4.5 m) is subjected to a
positive bending moment (680 N- m) at both ends. The beam is made
of two materials in a square cross-section. Material 1 is 50x50 mm
and is surrounded by a 25 mm shell of material 2. Solve for the
maximum stress in each material. E1 = 100 GPa, E2 = 200 GPa.

A simply supported composite beam (L = 4.5 m) is subjected to a
positive bending moment (680 N-m) at both ends. The beam is made of
two materials in a square cross-section. Material 1 is 50x50 mm and
is surrounded by a 25 mm shell of material 2. Solve for the maximum
stress in each material. E1 = 100 GPa, E2 = 200 GPa.

A simply supported composite beam (L = 4.5 m) is subjected to a
positive bending moment (680 N- m) at both ends. The beam is made
of two materials in a square cross-section. Material 1 is 50x50 mm
and is surrounded by a 25 mm shell of material 2. Solve for the
maximum stress in each material. E1 = 100 GPa, E2 = 200 GPa.

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depth of 400mm is 4m long. It carries a
uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m over the whole beam and a
point load of 40 kN at the
center of the beam. Compute the maximum deflection if the maximum
slope produced in the
beam is 2× ??-3 radian.

2. A simply supported beam has a width of 200mm and
depth of 400mm is 4m long. It carries a
uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m over the whole beam and a
point load of 40 kN at the
center of the beam. Compute the maximum deflection if the maximum
slope produced in the
beam is 2× ??-3 radian.

2. A simply supported beam has a width of 200mm and
depth of 400mm is 4m long. It carries a
uniformly distributed load of 20 kN/m over the whole beam and a
point load of 40 kN at the
center of the beam. Compute the maximum deflection if the maximum
slope produced in the
beam is 2× ??-3 radian. (6 M
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