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# BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

LEVEL: 3 TERM: 1

## COURSE NAME: SHIP STRUCTURE SESSIONAL

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## Loads & Boundary Conditions:

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Analysis result (for cross-sectional area of 3250 mm ):

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Analysis result (for cross-sectional area of 1300 mm ):
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Analysis result (for cross-sectional area of 1200 mm ): -

## Analysis result (for cross-sectional area of 1195 mm2 ): -

Analysis result (for cross-sectional area of 1150 mm2 ): -
Discussion: -
1. For cross-sectional area of 3250 mm2 , the maximum stress is 9.119 X 107 Pa and the
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minimum stress is 8.29 X 10 Pa. The point R moves horizontally about 3.133 mm.
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2. In order to design a bridge efficiently four corresponding cross-sectional area of 1300 mm ,
1200 mm2 ,1195 mm2 and 1150 mm2 of steel members are taken.

3. For cross-sectional area of 1300 mm2 , the maximum stress is 22.8 X 107 Pa and Mass 404 kg
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For cross-sectional area of 1200 mm , the maximum stress is 24.7 X 10 Pa and Mass 373 kg
For cross-sectional area of 1195 mm2 , the maximum stress is 24.8 X 107 Pa and Mass 371 kg

For cross-sectional area of 1150 mm2 , the maximum stress is 25.77 X 107 Pa and Mass 357kg

## 4. The yield stress of steel is 248 MPa or 24.8 X 107 Pa.

In case of 1200 mm2 cross-section, the maximum stress is very near to yield stress but
couldnt exceed it. For 1300 mm2 cross section, the maximum stress value also couldnt exceed
it. For 1195 mm2 cross section the maximum stress is almost equal to yield stress and for 1150
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mm the maximum stress exceeds yield stress. As 1200 mm cross section has lower mass and
also couldnt exceed yield stress. So, if the bridge is designed using the steel members of having
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cross-sectional area of 1200 mm . It will be very efficient.