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I have two questions in maths, would you be able to help me

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hi, I have two questions in maths, would you be able to help me out..
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Category: Calculus and Above
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Determine the tensile stress in the bolted connection shown below for the load F = 210 kN. Using a safety factor of 2, determine whether the plates will fail or not if the yield strength of the plate material is 270 MPa and the thickness of the plate is 12 mm. The nominal diameter of the bolts is 10 mm and the clearance holes in the plate are drilled 10.5mm diameter. In the sketch below, a lift is supported by a steel cable with a characteristic yield stress of Sy = 300 MPa. It supports a self-weight load of 7 kN and an imposed load of 3 kN. Find the required cross-sectional area for the rope based on a safety factor of five.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Determine the tensile stress in the bolted connection shown below for the load F = 210 kN. Using a safety factor of 2, determine whether the plates will fail or not if the yield strength of the plate material is 270 MPa and the thickness of the plate is 12 mm. The nominal diameter of the bolts is 10 mm and the clearance holes in the plate are drilled 10.5mm diameter.In the sketch below, a lift is supported by a steel cable with a characteristic yield stress of Sy = 300 MPa. It supports a self-weight load of 7 kN and an imposed load of 3 kN. Find the required cross-sectional area for the rope based on a safety factor of five.
Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 12 months ago.

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