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Similarly, at a point B in the same section, also at a distance y from the neutral

axis but above it, the resultant stress is the difference between the axial and

flexural stresses. If tensile stress is denoted by a positive sign and

Similarly, at a point B in the same section, also at a distance y from the neutral

axis but above it, the resultant stress is the difference between the axial and

flexural stresses. If tensile stress is denoted by a positive sign and

**compressive****stress**...Page 373

However, it is more direct to compute the resisting moment from the couple

composed of the compressive force C and the tensile force T; this value \sC(jd) or

T(jd). According to this concept, the average

\jc, ...

However, it is more direct to compute the resisting moment from the couple

composed of the compressive force C and the tensile force T; this value \sC(jd) or

T(jd). According to this concept, the average

**compressive stress**in the concrete is\jc, ...

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If the eccentricity is small and the member short, the lateral deflection is

negligible, and the flexural stress is insignificant compared with the direct

deflection is proportional ...

If the eccentricity is small and the member short, the lateral deflection is

negligible, and the flexural stress is insignificant compared with the direct

**compressive stress**. A long member, however, is quite flexible, becausedeflection is proportional ...

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