## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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A bar which elongates or shortens too much under

clearances are lost or other critical dimensions ... 6 / WORKING

THE CONCEPT OF FACTOR OF SAFETY A structure must be designed so that it

functions ...

A bar which elongates or shortens too much under

**load**so that neededclearances are lost or other critical dimensions ... 6 / WORKING

**LOADS**ANDTHE CONCEPT OF FACTOR OF SAFETY A structure must be designed so that it

functions ...

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Most structural design involves far greater uncertainty in

under

under continual reexamination for the important classes of structures and

machines .

Most structural design involves far greater uncertainty in

**load**and in behaviorunder

**load**. The factor of safety to be employed as well as the working**load**isunder continual reexamination for the important classes of structures and

machines .

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Many design specifications limit the working

for first yield , RY , say Rv > 1 . 7 Continuation of the

continued stretching of the tubes . The idealized tube which is yielding is doing

so ...

Many design specifications limit the working

**load**Rv to some fraction of the**load**for first yield , RY , say Rv > 1 . 7 Continuation of the

**loading**beyond RY causescontinued stretching of the tubes . The idealized tube which is yielding is doing

so ...

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