Determine elongation because of self weight of conical bar, Mechanical Engineering

Determine elongation because of self weight of conical bar:

Sol.: Consider conical bar ABC of length L with the diameter d fixed rigidly at AB. Let attention be focused on small element of length dy at distance y from lower end point C. Total tension P at the section DE equals weight of bar for length y and can be given by

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Where ω is the specific weight of the bar material and ds = DE is diameter of elementary strip.

From similarity of ?ABC and DEC,
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As a result of this load, elemental length dy elongates by small amount Dy and
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The total change in length of conical bar because of self weight is worked out by integrating above expression between limits  y = 0 to  y = L
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Where ρ is mass density of bar material                                                                              

 

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