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# AE 321 Homework #6

## Due: Friday November 20, 2015

1. Given the solution to the problem of an infinite (i.e., very large) plate with a hole subjected to
far field tension 0 illustrated below on the left, how would you calculate the stress solution for
the same infinite plate subjected to the shear loading q shown on the right?

2. A linear elastic rod is subjected to a shear traction rz() on the lateral boundary that is
independent of coordinate z. Also r = rr = 0 on that boundary. The two ends are traction free.
(a) State the boundary conditions of this problem in cylindrical coordinates.
(b) Assume that the solution to such a problem is independent of z (i.e. /z = 0) and that u =
0 v =0 and w = w(x,y). Simplify the field equations in Cartesian coordinates. State your
answer in terms of the function w. Assume that there are no body forces. Do not solve for w in
the resulting equations. Note: Such a problem is called anti-plane shear and forms the counter
part to plane strain/stress problems, i.e., a shear traction in the axial direction applied on the
lateral surface.

3. A rectangular bar of a linearly elastic homogeneous and isotropic material, and unit thickness,
is loaded in extension with a load P per unit length linearly distributed over its width b as shown.
If the bar is very long (i.e. a >> b), find
(a) the traction (three dimensional) on the cylindrical surface shown in the figure as a function of
the applied load and bar dimensions.
(b) the displacement field in the bar (solve only for the in-plane two dimensional displacement
field). Sketch the deformed shape of the cylindrical surface as predicted by your solution.

P
cylindrical surface
b

a/2

4. For problems involving composite bodies composed of two or more materials, the elasticity
solution requires both boundary conditions and interface conditions between each material
system. The solution process is then developed independently for each material by satisfying
how the various material parts are held together. The composite bodies shown are composed of
two different materials, (1) and (2), that are perfectly bonded thereby requiring displacement and
stress continuity across the interface. Establish the required boundary and interface conditions
for each problem.

5. Solve Problem 4 using frictionless bonded interface conditions such as the normal components
of displacement and traction need to be continuous while the materials are free to slide on each
other at the interface.