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Stress is expressed symbolically as P A (1-1) where a (Greek lowercase letter
sigma) is the stress or force per unit area, P is the applied load, and A is the cross
-sectional area. Observe that maximum stress in tension or compression occurs ...
Stress is expressed symbolically as P A (1-1) where a (Greek lowercase letter
sigma) is the stress or force per unit area, P is the applied load, and A is the cross
-sectional area. Observe that maximum stress in tension or compression occurs ...
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U = T If 1/ c is called the section modulus and denoted by S, another common
variation of the flexure formula is Max. 0 = Tblc — %I (5-2b) This variation is
useful for beams of constant cross section, as it shows that maximum flexure
stress ...
U = T If 1/ c is called the section modulus and denoted by S, another common
variation of the flexure formula is Max. 0 = Tblc — %I (5-2b) This variation is
useful for beams of constant cross section, as it shows that maximum flexure
stress ...
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Table l3—2 lists correction factors for various cross sections. For beams
subjected to other than pure bending, as in Fig. l3—35, the system of coplanar
forces acting in the plane of curvature is reduced to a single force R acting at the
centroid of ...
Table l3—2 lists correction factors for various cross sections. For beams
subjected to other than pure bending, as in Fig. l3—35, the system of coplanar
forces acting in the plane of curvature is reduced to a single force R acting at the
centroid of ...
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