## Strength of Materials |

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In actual design, the allowable stress Sw should be limited to values not

exceeding the proportional limit so as not to invalidate the stress-strain relation of

proportional ...

In actual design, the allowable stress Sw should be limited to values not

exceeding the proportional limit so as not to invalidate the stress-strain relation of

**Hooke's law**on which all subsequent theory is based. However, since theproportional ...

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Originally

Thomas Young in 1807 introduced a constant of proportionality that came to be

known as Young's modulus. Eventually this name was superseded by the phrase

...

Originally

**Hooke's law**specified merely that stress was proportional to strain, butThomas Young in 1807 introduced a constant of proportionality that came to be

known as Young's modulus. Eventually this name was superseded by the phrase

...

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Plane sections of the beam, originally plane, remain plane. 2. The material in the

beam is homogeneous and obeys

tension and compression are equal. 4,. The beam is initially straight and of

constant ...

Plane sections of the beam, originally plane, remain plane. 2. The material in the

beam is homogeneous and obeys

**Hooke's law**. 3. The moduli of elasticity fortension and compression are equal. 4,. The beam is initially straight and of

constant ...

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