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In other words, the

replaces; the

wide, as in ...

In other words, the

**equivalent**wood area is n times as wide as the steel itreplaces; the

**equivalent**wood section is shown in Fig. 10-lb. If desired, an**equivalent**steel section can be set up by replacing the original wood by steel - aswide, as in ...

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Shearing Stress and Deflection in Composite Beams The formula for horizontal

shearing stress (Eq. 5-4, page 163) developed for homogeneous beams applies

equally well to the

derivation ...

Shearing Stress and Deflection in Composite Beams The formula for horizontal

shearing stress (Eq. 5-4, page 163) developed for homogeneous beams applies

equally well to the

**equivalent**section of a composite beam, because itsderivation ...

Page 382

The stress developed by dividing this gripping force by the surface area of the

reinforcing bars per (a)

linear inch is the bond stress. The bond stress is analogous to the shearing stress

...

The stress developed by dividing this gripping force by the surface area of the

reinforcing bars per (a)

**Equivalent**section R0. 10-10. (b) Shear stress distributionlinear inch is the bond stress. The bond stress is analogous to the shearing stress

...

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