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The principles presented in this book are important, but they will not be sufficient

to

understanding of the ideas presented will guide the reader in producing well-

formed ...

The principles presented in this book are important, but they will not be sufficient

to

**solve**a complete engineering problem. It is expected that a thoroughunderstanding of the ideas presented will guide the reader in producing well-

formed ...

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Now we construct the free-body diagrams for the isolated members as shown in

Figure 1-13. Since the joints are pinned, only axial forces act on the members.

**Solving**Eq. (1-4) yields Dy = 1200 lbf Using Dy in Eq. (1-3) gives Ay = -400 lbfNow we construct the free-body diagrams for the isolated members as shown in

Figure 1-13. Since the joints are pinned, only axial forces act on the members.

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Since FAB = 1040 lb, we can

960 lbf FBD = 800 lbf The minus sign in the answer for FBC signifies that the

initial direction assumed for this force in the free-body diagram was opposite to its

true ...

Since FAB = 1040 lb, we can

**solve**these two force equations to obtain FBC = -960 lbf FBD = 800 lbf The minus sign in the answer for FBC signifies that the

initial direction assumed for this force in the free-body diagram was opposite to its

true ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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