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Ferdinand Leon Singer. PROBLEMS 304 . What is the minimum diameter of a

solid steel shaft that will not twist through more than 3° in a 20 - ft

subjected to a torque of 10 , 000 ft - lb ? What maximum shearing stress is

developed ...

Ferdinand Leon Singer. PROBLEMS 304 . What is the minimum diameter of a

solid steel shaft that will not twist through more than 3° in a 20 - ft

**length**whensubjected to a torque of 10 , 000 ft - lb ? What maximum shearing stress is

developed ...

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Multiplying this shearing stress by the shaded area eb in the top view gives the

force F to be resisted in a

by using the concept of shear flow, which is the longitudinal shearing force ...

Multiplying this shearing stress by the shaded area eb in the top view gives the

force F to be resisted in a

**length**e: The same result can be obtained more directlyby using the concept of shear flow, which is the longitudinal shearing force ...

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A 14 WF 87 is used as a column 40 ft long with built-in ends, (a) Using the AISC

formula, compute the safe load that can be applied if the effective

quarters of the given

...

A 14 WF 87 is used as a column 40 ft long with built-in ends, (a) Using the AISC

formula, compute the safe load that can be applied if the effective

**length**is three-quarters of the given

**length**, (b) What is the safe load if the column is also braced...

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