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Compute the number of turns required to permit a stretch of 4 in. without

exceeding a shearing stress of 20,000 psi. Use Eq. (3-9) and G = 12 X 106 psi.

Ans. n = 16.7 turns 346.

Compute the number of turns required to permit a stretch of 4 in. without

exceeding a shearing stress of 20,000 psi. Use Eq. (3-9) and G = 12 X 106 psi.

Ans. n = 16.7 turns 346.

**Compute the maximum**shearing stress developed in a ...Page 123

With this rule we locate the position of each load when the moment at that load is

a

With this rule we locate the position of each load when the moment at that load is

a

**maximum**, and**compute**the value of each such**maximum**moment. The**maximum**shearing force occurs at, and is equal to, the**maximum**reaction.Page 125

Evidently the maximum reaction, and consequently the maximum shearing force,

is at R2, since it is nearer the resultant load. By setting ...

bending moment and the maximum shearing force. Ans. Max. M = 48.0 ton-ft; ...

Evidently the maximum reaction, and consequently the maximum shearing force,

is at R2, since it is nearer the resultant load. By setting ...

**Compute the maximum**bending moment and the maximum shearing force. Ans. Max. M = 48.0 ton-ft; ...

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