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Problem 4: Draw a 2D sketch as shown below in Solid Works. Dimension the sketch properly as given. Please read instructions below. (50 points)

Submit your Solid Works part file as follows via canvas.

1. Your sketch (2D) must have all black lines (fully defined). Think about starting your sketch at the origin.

2. Think about different geometric relations i.e. horizontal, vertical, parallel etc. to make the sketch black.

3. Sketch with Blue, Red and Yellow lines will not be considered for full credit.

All dimensions are in inches.

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An I-beam is made20 mm x 100 mm in cross section, nailed together with a single row of nails on top and bottom as shown.of three planks, each

If the longitudinal spacing between the nails is 25 mm,and the vertical shear force acting on the cross section is600 N, what is most nearly the shear per nail?

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Note: pins at A & C are subjected to double shear.

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m \ddot{x}+c \dot{x}+k x=f

The dependent variable 'x' represents displacement of the mass 'm'. The value of 'm', along with those of the specified undamped natural frequency on and damping ratio Ç are provided in the datasheet. Calculate the:

(a) Required values of c and k in Sl units

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