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A convenient variation of Hooke's law is obtained by replacing S by its P , S

equivalent — and replacing e by — , so that Eq. (2-3) becomes A L or PL _ SL 6 -

AE - E (2-4) Eq. (2-4) expresses the relation among the total

A convenient variation of Hooke's law is obtained by replacing S by its P , S

equivalent — and replacing e by — , so that Eq. (2-3) becomes A L or PL _ SL 6 -

AE - E (2-4) Eq. (2-4) expresses the relation among the total

**deformation**5, the ...Page 50

But in some cases it may not be feasible to permit these temperature

for computing the loads and stresses caused when temperature

prevented is ...

But in some cases it may not be feasible to permit these temperature

**deformations**; the result is that internal forces are created ... A general procedurefor computing the loads and stresses caused when temperature

**deformation**isprevented is ...

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Slice (2) will rotate past slice (1) until the elastic fibers joining them are

enough to create a resisting torque which balances the applied torque. When this

... This type of

Slice (2) will rotate past slice (1) until the elastic fibers joining them are

**deformed**enough to create a resisting torque which balances the applied torque. When this

... This type of

**deformation**proceeds throughout the length L of the shaft.### What people are saying - Write a review

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