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R . SubThe similarity between Eq . ( 9 – 11 ) and the torsion formula in Eq . ( b )

suggests

resultant normal stress that is similar to the flexure formula but involves an ...

R . SubThe similarity between Eq . ( 9 – 11 ) and the torsion formula in Eq . ( b )

suggests

**equivalent**torque as a suitable name for Te . An equation for maximumresultant normal stress that is similar to the flexure formula but involves an ...

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In using them, however, the following definitions of

-14) For the numerical data given in this problem, the

In using them, however, the following definitions of

**equivalent**torque and**equivalent**moment must be remembered : Te = VM2 + T2 (9-13) M, = i(M + Te) (0-14) For the numerical data given in this problem, the

**equivalent**torque and**equivalent**...Page 366

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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