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The irregular area has a moment of inertia about the AA axis of 35 (106) mm4. If the total area is 12.0(103) mm2, determine the moment of inertia if the area about the BB axis. The DD axis passes through the centroid C of the area.

 [A]. IBB = 5.00(106 ) mm4 [B]. IBB = 17.00(106 ) mm4 [C]. IBB = 16.80(106 ) mm4 [D]. IBB = 55.4(106 ) mm4

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 Sujin said: (Mon, Mar 26, 2012 02:34:37 PM) Ibb=Idd+A(r*r) Iaa=Idd+A(x*x) r=10mm,x=40mm Ibb-Iaa=A(r*r-x*x) Ibb=Iaa+A(r*r-x*x) Ibb=[35+12(100-1600)]*100000 Ibb=17*10^6mm^4

 Aniruddha said: (Tue, Jun 5, 2012 04:23:51 PM) First find Idd ?. Idd = Iaa-(area*Distance betn DD and AA^sq.) = Iaa-(Area*40^2) = (35X10^6) - ((12X10^3)X40^2) = 15.8 x 10^6 Now find Ibb = Idd + Area X h^2 = (15.8x10^6) + (12x10^3)(10^2) ANS = 17 X 10^6