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Eccentrically Loaded Riveted Connections Occasionally it is impossible to load a

riveted connection so that the load passes through the

Such a condition is called eccentric loading; the load is not distributed equally ...

Eccentrically Loaded Riveted Connections Occasionally it is impossible to load a

riveted connection so that the load passes through the

**centroid**of the rivet group.Such a condition is called eccentric loading; the load is not distributed equally ...

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Solution: The

be [Lx = 2&] (4+6)2 = 4(2) + 6(3) x = 2.6 in. [Ly = Xly] lOy = 4(4) y = 1.6 in. Using

these values, we locate the

...

Solution: The

**centroid**of the weld lines, with respect to an origin at A, is found tobe [Lx = 2&] (4+6)2 = 4(2) + 6(3) x = 2.6 in. [Ly = Xly] lOy = 4(4) y = 1.6 in. Using

these values, we locate the

**centroid**C as shown in Fig. 12-23a. The moment of P...

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It lies between the

the larger moment of inertia. When there is only one flange, as in the T section in

Fig. 13-23, if the bending resistance of the web is again assumed to be negligible

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It lies between the

**centroid**of the section and the**centroid**of the flange that hasthe larger moment of inertia. When there is only one flange, as in the T section in

Fig. 13-23, if the bending resistance of the web is again assumed to be negligible

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