Calculate the maximum stresses in the end plate, Mechanical Engineering

The end plate of a tube is made from 4mm thick steel plate as seen in the figure below. If a 30mm diameter rod welded to the plate is subjected to a force of 10kN, what would be the movement of the rod? Calculate also the maximum stresses in the end plate.

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E= 208GN/m^2, v =0.287.

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