Bending Stress In A Beam Apparatus

Bending Stress In A Beam Apparatus .

Description of Bending Stress in a Beam

A standalone experiment for determining the bending stresses and strains across the surface of a T-beam. An inverted aluminium T-beam is mounted between two simple supports on knife edges. The load onto the T-beam is applied using a fine screw jack mechanism with integral load cell. The load cell arrangement and supports create a three (3) point loading.

A number of precision strain gauges are arranged on the T-beam specimen. These strain gauges are paired with temperature compensation dummy gauges for output stability. Each strain gauge pair is numbered for accurate connection to the Interface

Experimental Capabilities of Bending Stress in a Beam

  1. Bending Stresses across a T-Beam section
  2. Comparison of theory with experimental results
  3. Working with Strain gauges
  4. Bending equation
  5. Neutral axis
  6. Working with stresses and strains and their conversion
  7. Second Moment of Area

Specification of Bending Stress in a Beam

  1. T-Beam to have strain gauges attached in measuring and temperature compensation pairs
  2. 500N load cell to apply load with integral cable for connection to Interface
  3. Angle of load to be adjustable
  4. Multiple load positions along T-Beam span available
  5. Strain gauge outputs to be made available to Interface
  6. Must be used with universal Frame and Stand
  7. Must be used with Interface
  8. Comprehensive instruction manual provided

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