## Strength of materials |

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3-2 shows the free-body diagram of the left-hand portion. Section M-N A

differential area of section M-N at a radial distance p from the axis of the shaft

carries the differential

infinitesimally small, ...

3-2 shows the free-body diagram of the left-hand portion. Section M-N A

differential area of section M-N at a radial distance p from the axis of the shaft

carries the differential

**resisting**load dP = S,dA. By considering an areainfinitesimally small, ...

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To determine the stresses produced by P, we follow the general procedure of

passing an exploratory cutting plane m-n through any typical section as shown,

and then determining the

analyze ...

To determine the stresses produced by P, we follow the general procedure of

passing an exploratory cutting plane m-n through any typical section as shown,

and then determining the

**resisting**forces required for equilibrium. We thenanalyze ...

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However, it is more direct to compute the

composed of the compressive force C and the tensile force T; this value \sC(jd) or

T(jd). According to this concept, the average compressive stress in the concrete is

\jc, ...

However, it is more direct to compute the

**resisting**moment from the couplecomposed of the compressive force C and the tensile force T; this value \sC(jd) or

T(jd). According to this concept, the average compressive stress in the concrete is

\jc, ...

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