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Introduction In this chapter we derive the relations between the bending moment

and the flexure stresses it causes, and ... Derivation of

stresses caused by the bending moment are known as bending or flexure

stresses, ...

Introduction In this chapter we derive the relations between the bending moment

and the flexure stresses it causes, and ... Derivation of

**Flexure Formula**Thestresses caused by the bending moment are known as bending or flexure

stresses, ...

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which leads directly to the

flexure stress in any section varies directly with the distance of the section from

the neutral axis. In a more common form of the

the ...

which leads directly to the

**flexure formula*** (5-2) This formula indicates that theflexure stress in any section varies directly with the distance of the section from

the neutral axis. In a more common form of the

**flexure formula**y is replaced bythe ...

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... 289 See also Three-moment

497 table of, 498 Couplings, flanged bolt, ... differential

97 Elastic limit, 28 Elastic-plastic boundary, in

... 289 See also Three-moment

**equation**Correction factors for curved beams,497 table of, 498 Couplings, flanged bolt, ... differential

**equation**of, 185 shape of,97 Elastic limit, 28 Elastic-plastic boundary, in

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