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Engineering Mechanics: Statics

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Engineering Mechanics: Statics

Appendix A: Area Moments of Inertia

When forces are distributed continuously over an area, it is often necessary to calculate moment of these forces about some axis (in or perpendicular to the plane of area)

Frequently, intensity of the distributed force is proportional to the distance of the line of action from the moment axis, p = ky

dM = y(pdA) = ky2dA

I is a function of geometry only!

Hydrostatic pressure

Bending moment in beam

Moment of inertia of area/

Second moment of area(I )

Torsion in shaft

Rectangular moment of inertia

Polar moment of inertia

-- Moment of inertia about x-axis

- Notice that Ix, Iy, Iz involve the square of the distance from the inertia axis
- -- always positive!
- dimensions = L4 (ex. m4 or mm4)

Determine the moments of inertia of the rectangular area about the centroidal x0- and y0-axes, the centroidal polar axis z0 through C, the x-axis, and the polar axis z through O.

-- Must remember!: for a rectangular area,

: for a circular area, - see sample problem A/3

For an area A with moment of inertia Ix and Iy

Visualize it as concentrated into a long narrow strip of area A a distance kxfrom the x-axis. The moment of inertia about x-axis is Ix. Therefore,

The distance kx = radius of gyration of the area about x-axis

Similarly,

Do not confused with centroid C!

Moment of inertia of an area about a noncentroidal axis

The axis between which the transfer is made must be parallel

One of the axes must pass through the centroid of the area

and with

the centroid on x0-axis

Parallel-axis theorems

Centroid of composite areas:

400 mm

Part Area, A

100 mm

400 mm

Sum SA S S

100 mm

The moment of inertia of a composite area about a particular axis is the sum of the moments of inertia of its component parts about the same axis.

I = SI + SAd2

The radius of gyration for the composite area cannot be added, k =I/A

Part Area, Adxdy Adx2Ady2

Sum SA SAdx2SAdy2S S

Calculate the moment of inertia and radius of gyration about the x-axis for the shaded area shown

Unsymmetrical cross section

Ixy = xydA

may be positive, negative or zero

Ixy= 0 when either the reference axes is an axis of symmetry

because x(-y)dA cancel x(+y)dA

Transfer of Axes

Ixy = (x0+dy)(y0+dx)dA

Ixy = Ixy + Adx dy

Determine the product of inertia of the area shown with respect to the x-y axes.

To calculate the moment of inertia of an area

about an inclined axes

Ix’ = y’2 dA = (ycosq– xsinq)2 dA

Iy’ = x’2 dA = (ysinq– xcosq)2 dA

-- expand & substitutesin2q = (1- cos 2q)/2

cos2q = (1+ cos 2q)/2

The angle which makes Ix’ and Iy’ either max or min

dIx’/dq= (Iy - Ix)sin 2q - 2Ixycos 2q = 0

The critical angle a:

- This equation gives two value of 2a [tan 2a = tan (2a+p) ]
- obtain two values for a (differ by p/2)
- axis of minimum moment of inertia
- axis of maximum moment of inertia

called “Principal Axes of Inertia”

R

Imin

S

Imax

5. Angle 2a is found from AS and OS as

6. Imax = O + R and Imin = O - R

- Draw x-axis as I and y-axis as Ixy
- Plot point A at (Ix, Ixy) and B at (Iy, -Ixy)
- Find the center of the circle at O

4. Radius of the circle is OA or OB

Determine the orientation of the principle axes of inertia through the centroid of the angle section and determine the corresponding maximum and minimum moments of inertia.