## Strength of Materials |

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APPENDIX A MOMENTS OF INERTIA A-l. Definition of

engineering formulas, such as those relating to strength of beams, columns,

deflection of beams, involve the use of a mathematical expression of the form /p2

dA, ...

APPENDIX A MOMENTS OF INERTIA A-l. Definition of

**Moment of Inertia**Manyengineering formulas, such as those relating to strength of beams, columns,

deflection of beams, involve the use of a mathematical expression of the form /p2

dA, ...

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jxy dA and is denoted by the symbol P. The

as the

**Product of Inertia**The**product of inertia**is a mathematical expression of the formjxy dA and is denoted by the symbol P. The

**product of inertia**is not used as oftenas the

**moment of inertia**but is needed in such problems as determining ...Page 554

Transfer Formula for

in Fig. A-16, whose cross- sectional area is A and whose

relative to the centroidal axes is denoted by Pxy. Let a parallel set of axes X and

Y be ...

Transfer Formula for

**Product of Inertia**Consider any irregular area, such as thatin Fig. A-16, whose cross- sectional area is A and whose

**product of inertia**relative to the centroidal axes is denoted by Pxy. Let a parallel set of axes X and

Y be ...

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