## Strength of Materials |

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The minus sign indicates a decrease in transverse dimensions when ez is

positive , as in the case of

extend Hooke ' s law for uniaxial stress to the case of biaxial stress . Thus , if an

element is ...

The minus sign indicates a decrease in transverse dimensions when ez is

positive , as in the case of

**tensile**elongation . Poisson ' s ratio permits us toextend Hooke ' s law for uniaxial stress to the case of biaxial stress . Thus , if an

element is ...

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It has about the same strength in compression as soft wood , but its

strength is practically zero . For this reason , the

reinforced with steel bars . Ideally , these steel bars should follow the

stress ...

It has about the same strength in compression as soft wood , but its

**tensile**strength is practically zero . For this reason , the

**tensile**side of concrete beams isreinforced with steel bars . Ideally , these steel bars should follow the

**tensile**stress ...

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The

( 1 ) = 10 , 460 psi The

net load acting there has been still further reduced by the load transmitted by ...

The

**tensile**stress at row 2 therefore is P2 ( p – 2d ) t 36 , 000 – 4000 ( 8 – 2 x 15 )( 1 ) = 10 , 460 psi The

**tensile**stress at row 3 need not be computed because thenet load acting there has been still further reduced by the load transmitted by ...

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

Copyright | |

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