By ansys finite element discuss the states of stress, Mechanical Engineering

A loaded structural component, shown in Fig Q7, is manufactured from sheet steel having a Young's modulus, E = 208000 MPa and a Poisson's ratio, n = 0.3. The sheet steel is 2 mm thick and subjected to a vertical load of DEF N and another horizontal load of EF N.                                                                                                                         

Use ANSYS finite element software to determine and discuss the states of stress in the component.

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