## Strength of materials |

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Working Stress and Factor of Safety. The working stress is defined as the actual

stress the material has when under load. It is almost synonymous with

Working Stress and Factor of Safety. The working stress is defined as the actual

stress the material has when under load. It is almost synonymous with

**allowable****stress**, which is the maximum safe stress a material may carry. In actual design ...Page 152

The ideal treatment for such materials is to locate the centroidal or neutral axis in

such a position that the ratio of the distances from it to the fibers in tension and in

compression is exactly the same as the ratio of the

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The ideal treatment for such materials is to locate the centroidal or neutral axis in

such a position that the ratio of the distances from it to the fibers in tension and in

compression is exactly the same as the ratio of the

**allowable stresses**in tension...

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12-11 if the

Use f -in. rivets, plate width p = 11 in., thickness of main plate = J in. and of each

strap plate = fin. Ant. P = 101,200 1b 1221. In the joint in Illus. Prob. 1219, if the ...

12-11 if the

**allowable stresses**are S, = 15,000,5, = 20,000, and Sb = 40,000 psi.Use f -in. rivets, plate width p = 11 in., thickness of main plate = J in. and of each

strap plate = fin. Ant. P = 101,200 1b 1221. In the joint in Illus. Prob. 1219, if the ...

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