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Limit Torque 511 14-3. Limit Moment 513 14-4. Residual Stresses 516 14-5. Limit

Analysis 524 APPENDIX A.

Limit Torque 511 14-3. Limit Moment 513 14-4. Residual Stresses 516 14-5. Limit

Analysis 524 APPENDIX A.

**MOMENTS OF INERTIA**A-1. Definition of**Moment of****Inertia**537 A-2. Polar**Moment of Inertia**537 A-3. Radius of Gyration 538 A-4.Page 541

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known. The

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**moment of inertia**of the differential area with respect to the reference axis isknown. The

**moment of inertia**of the area is then the summation of the**moments****of inertia**of its elements. As in the case of centroids, the**moment of inertia**of a ...Page 546

into geometric elements (rectangles, triangles, etc.) for which the

**Moments of Inertia**for Composite Areas When a composite area can be dividedinto geometric elements (rectangles, triangles, etc.) for which the

**moments of****inertia**are known, the**moment of inertia**for the composite area is the sum of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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