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Answer: A: Determine the maximum weight 'w' that can be supported by two wires as shown in
... Stresses in wire 1 and 2 is 120 N/mm^2. And area as A1=200 mm^2 and A2=250 mm^2 Now considering the stresses as c and σ2 in wire 1 and 2. Let forces be F1 and F2 in wire 1 and 2 respectively. Now, Stress=Force/Area. Therefore, σ1=F1/A1 120=F1/200, F1=24,000 N=24KN & 120=F2/250,F2=30,000 N=30 ...
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Determine the maximum weight 'w' that can be supported by two wires as shown in figure if the stress in each wire is not exceed to 120N/mm2.
... ![enter image description here][1] Determine the maximum weight 'w' that can be supported by two wires as shown in figure if the stress in each wire is not exceed to 120N/mm^2 (5marks) [1]: https://i.imgur.com/r2pNVjr.png ...
mumbai university strength of materials civil engineering (semester 3) written 10 days ago by tarashankar.r.sharma19930 • updated 10 days ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 220

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