Stress plots, Mechanical Engineering

Problem:  

The following machine component is loaded as shown.  It is fabricated from Al 6061-T6.  

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Determine the analytical solution to this problem and compare results for a model consisting of ½ the plate and ¼ of the plate.

Submit screen shots of the boundary conditions and loadings for both models along with normal stress plots.  Calculate the percent error between the analytical solution and the solution obtained with each model.

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