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If we consider a section through A-A in the system shown in Figure 1-22, define

the cross-sectional area of the plate as A, and

uniformly distributed over the section A- A, then the normal stress at section A- A

is ...

If we consider a section through A-A in the system shown in Figure 1-22, define

the cross-sectional area of the plate as A, and

**assume**that the normal stress isuniformly distributed over the section A- A, then the normal stress at section A- A

is ...

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The stiffness of members 1,2, and 3 are We

under pure bending and neglect their deflection due to shear. The stiffness of

members 4 and 5 due to bending (neglecting shear deflections) is kx — k^ — k3

...

The stiffness of members 1,2, and 3 are We

**assume**that members 4 and 5 areunder pure bending and neglect their deflection due to shear. The stiffness of

members 4 and 5 due to bending (neglecting shear deflections) is kx — k^ — k3

...

Page 178

... stiffness of the two members. We

the hub. 178 EFFECT OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS ON LOAD DISTRIBUTION 13-5

The Distribution of Load Between a Splined Shaft and a Hub.

... stiffness of the two members. We

**assume**that the external torque exerted onthe hub. 178 EFFECT OF RELATIVE STIFFNESS ON LOAD DISTRIBUTION 13-5

The Distribution of Load Between a Splined Shaft and a Hub.

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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