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1.

DETERMINE THE HEIGHT "h" OF THE CYLINDER MOUNTED ON THE


HEMISPHERICAL BASE SHOWN SO THAT THE COMPOSITE BODY WILL BE
IN STABLE EQUILIBRIUM ON ITS BASE. NOTE: AS LONG AS THE CENTER
OF GRAVITY DOES NOT LIE ABOVETHE X-X PLANE, THERE WILL EXIST A
RESTORING COUPLE WHEN THE BODY IS TIPPED.
2. Determine the heigt of the right conical portion mounted on the
hemispherical base shown so that the composite body will be in stable
equilibrium on its base.
3.locate first the centroid of the shaded area by considering the area of
a rectangle 8×10 and subtract the area of a semi-circle.
4. A circle has a radius of r.

A.) Compute the moment of inertia of the circle at its centroidal axis.

B.) Compute the polar moment of the circle at the origin.


5.determine the moment of inertia of a triangle of base "b" and altitude
"h" with respect to an axis through the apex parallel to the base.
6.determine the moment of inertia of the semicircle with respect to the
given axes. Compute also the moment of inertia of the semi-circle with
respect to the centroidal axes.
7.a rectangle is 3 in. by 6 in. Determine the polar moment of inertia and
the radius of gyration with respect to a polar axis through one corner.
8. A hollow square cross section consists of an 8 in. × 8 in. Square from
which is subtracted a concentrically placed square 4 in. by 4 in. Find the
polar moment of inertia and the polar radius of gyration with respect to
a z axis passing through one of the outside corners.
9.determine the moment of inertia of the t-section with respect to its
centroidal Xo axis.
10. Determine the moment of inertia of the area shown with respect tk
the centroidal axes.
11. Find the moment of inertia about the indicated axis x for the figure
shown.
12. A trapezoid is shown in the figure .

A.) Compute the area of the trapezoid.

B.) Compute the centroid of the trapezoid.

C.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia off the trapezoid.


13. An equilateral triangle has its base "b" horizontal.

A.)Compute the area of the triangle.

B.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia with respect to horizontal


axis.

C.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia with respect to vertical


axis.
14. A 10 in. by 15 in. rectangle is shown which is inclined at an angle
O=sin-1 4/5.

A. COMPUTE THE CENTROID OF THE TRIANGLE FROM THE X-X AXIS.

B.) COMPUTE THE MOMENT OF INERTIA OF THE RECTANGLE ABOUT


THE X-AXIS.

C.) COMPUTE THE RADIUS OF GYRATION OF THE RECTANGLE ABOUT


THE X-axis.
15. The cross section shown in the figure is a structural member known
as a z-section.

A.) Compute the cross sectional area.

B.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia lxo.

C.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia lyo.


16. The built up section is composed of two 8×6×1 inch angles riveted
to a 12×1 in web plate.

A.) Determine the cross sectional area of the built up section.

B.) Determine the centroid of the built up section from the bottom of
the section.

C.) Compute the moment of inertia with respect to the centroidal x-axis.
17. Two 12 in. 20.7 lb channels are latticed together to form the section
shown in the figure. Determine how far apart the channels should be
placed so as to make lxo equal to lyo for the section. Neglect the lattice
bars which are indicated by the dashed lines.
18. A plate and angle column is composed of four 8×4×1 an angles with
the short legs connected to a web plate 14 in. by 1 in. plus two flange
plates each 18 in. by 2.25 in. as shown.

A.) Compute the area of the composite section.

B.) Compute the moment of inertia lxo.

C.) Compute the moment of inertia lyo.


19. Determine the distance "d" at which the two 3 in. by 8 in. rectangles
shown in the figure should be spaced so that lxo = lyo.
20. Four z-bars each having the size and properties as shown are riveted
to a 12 by 1 in. plate to form the section shown.

A.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia with respect to the x-


axis.

B.) Compute the centroidal moment of inertia with respect to the y-axis.

C.) Compute the radius of gyration with respect to y-axis.


21. Determine the product of inertia of the z-section with respect to the
centroidal x and y axis.
22. Compute the product of inertia of the shaded area described in the
figure with respect to the specified x and y axes.
23. A rectangle has a base width of 6 in. and a height of 12 in. as shown.
The U and V axes are inclined 30° to x and y axes respectively.

A.) Compute the product of inertia with respect to the U and V axes.

B.) Compute the moment of inertia with respect to the U-axis.

C.) Compute the moment of inertia with respect to the V-axis.


24. A certain area has the following properties lx= 40 in, ly= 100 in and
pxy= 40 in.

A.) Determine the angle that the axis of maximum moment of inertia
makes with the x-axis.

B.) Determine the max. moment of inertia.

C.) Determine the min. moment of inertia.


25. For the region shown in the figure:

A.) Calculate the principal moment of inertia, if it has its centroid x=


46.52 mm and y= 66.52 mm.

B.) Calculate the principal directions.

C.) Calculate the moment if inertia about the uv-axes which makes an
angle of 50° with the horizontal at its centroid at C.
D.) Calculate the product of inertia about the uv-axes.