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1 ton - ft , and that with only C on the span , the maximum moment

at midspan and equals 60 . 0 ton - ft . A comparison of the above results shows

that the most dangerous bending moment is 64 . 0 ton - ft ,

when ...

1 ton - ft , and that with only C on the span , the maximum moment

**occurs**with Cat midspan and equals 60 . 0 ton - ft . A comparison of the above results shows

that the most dangerous bending moment is 64 . 0 ton - ft ,

**occurring**under Cwhen ...

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... values of 20 that differ by 180° . Hence , the planes on which maximum and

minimum normal stresses

planes on which the maximum shearing stress

apart .

... values of 20 that differ by 180° . Hence , the planes on which maximum and

minimum normal stresses

**occur**are 90° apart . Similarly , from Eq . ( 9 – 8 ) theplanes on which the maximum shearing stress

**occurs**are also found to be 90°apart .

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A revolution counter , R , registers the number of revolutions until failure

The motor then stops automatically . In testing a given material , about a dozen

identical specimens are prepared and rotated in the machine , each at a different

...

A revolution counter , R , registers the number of revolutions until failure

**occurs**.The motor then stops automatically . In testing a given material , about a dozen

identical specimens are prepared and rotated in the machine , each at a different

...

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

Copyright | |

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