## Strength of Materials |

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To many engineers , bending moment is

beam concave upward , as in Fig . 4 - 7 . We prefer to use an equivalent

convention which states that upward - acting external forces cause

bending ...

To many engineers , bending moment is

**positive**if it produces bending of thebeam concave upward , as in Fig . 4 - 7 . We prefer to use an equivalent

convention which states that upward - acting external forces cause

**positive**bending ...

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One rule of sign is very important : The deviation at any point is

point lies above the reference tangent from which the deviation is measured , and

negative if the point lies below the reference tangent .

One rule of sign is very important : The deviation at any point is

**positive**if thepoint lies above the reference tangent from which the deviation is measured , and

negative if the point lies below the reference tangent .

**Positive**and negative ...Page 332

However , the mathematical theory of elasticity uses the convention that shearing

stress is

face of an element , i . e . , when acting upward on the right face or rightward on ...

However , the mathematical theory of elasticity uses the convention that shearing

stress is

**positive**when directed in the**positive**coordinate direction on a**positive**face of an element , i . e . , when acting upward on the right face or rightward on ...

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List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

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