## Strength of Materials |

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Derivation of

known as bending or flexure stresses, and the relation between these stresses

and the bending moment is expressed by the

this ...

Derivation of

**Flexure Formula**The stresses caused by the bending moment areknown as bending or flexure stresses, and the relation between these stresses

and the bending moment is expressed by the

**flexure formula**. The derivation ofthis ...

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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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... 288 simply supported, 279 with fixed ends, 289 See also Three-moment

shape of, 97 Elastic limit, 28 Elastic-plastic boundary, in

torsion, 512, ...

... 288 simply supported, 279 with fixed ends, 289 See also Three-moment

**equation**Correction factors for curved beams, ... differential**equation**of, 185shape of, 97 Elastic limit, 28 Elastic-plastic boundary, in

**flexure**, 514, 534 intorsion, 512, ...

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