## Strength of Materials |

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In this discussion , R1 and V , are equal , thereby producing a couple M that is

equal to Rix and is called the

beam . The fibers in the exploratory section must create a numerically equal

resisting ...

In this discussion , R1 and V , are equal , thereby producing a couple M that is

equal to Rix and is called the

**bending**moment , because it tends to**bend**thebeam . The fibers in the exploratory section must create a numerically equal

resisting ...

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Sign of

produces

use an equivalent convention which states that upward - acting external forces ...

Sign of

**Bending**Moment . To many engineers ,**bending**moment is positive if itproduces

**bending**of the beam concave upward , as in Fig . 4 - 7 . We prefer touse an equivalent convention which states that upward - acting external forces ...

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definition of

applied between A and F totals 240 lb and acts at the centroid of the triangular

area , i ...

**Bending**Moment . The moment at F where x = 6 ft is found by applying thedefinition of

**bending**moment . * Note that the shaded part of the triangular loadapplied between A and F totals 240 lb and acts at the centroid of the triangular

area , i ...

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

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