## Strength of Materials |

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We have been careful to assign plus signs to V and M

loads, and minus signs to V and M

be consistent in assigning a plus sign to any upward quantity and a minus sign to

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We have been careful to assign plus signs to V and M

**caused**by upward-actingloads, and minus signs to V and M

**caused**by downward-acting loads. We shallbe consistent in assigning a plus sign to any upward quantity and a minus sign to

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Introduction In this chapter we derive the relations between the bending moment

and the flexure stresses it

stresses

stresses, ...

Introduction In this chapter we derive the relations between the bending moment

and the flexure stresses it

**causes**, and ... Derivation of Flexure Formula Thestresses

**caused**by the bending moment are known as bending or flexurestresses, ...

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The resultant bending moment at any section

algebraic sum of the bending moments at that section

acting separately. This statement is expressed algebraically by M = (XM)L = (2M)

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The resultant bending moment at any section

**caused**by any load system is thealgebraic sum of the bending moments at that section

**caused**by each loadacting separately. This statement is expressed algebraically by M = (XM)L = (2M)

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