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The compressive contact stress can be calculated by using the equations of Hertz

[4]. Case (g) Eye-and-Clevis Joint The equation P a = — A where A is the 1 x 1

in2 projected area of the pin, is used to calculate a

...

The compressive contact stress can be calculated by using the equations of Hertz

[4]. Case (g) Eye-and-Clevis Joint The equation P a = — A where A is the 1 x 1

in2 projected area of the pin, is used to calculate a

**compressive stress**that would...

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TENSION,

produce very efficient

and structures. The type of load, the shape, and the change in the cross-sectional

area ...

TENSION,

**COMPRESSION**, AND BENDING Tensile and**compressive**loadsproduce very efficient

**stress**patterns in axially stressed members of machinesand structures. The type of load, the shape, and the change in the cross-sectional

area ...

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260 ] A thin-walled tube loaded in compression will buckle locally (see Fig. 8-4) if

the load exceeds a critical value. Again, during buckling there is a shift from a

strong

a ...

260 ] A thin-walled tube loaded in compression will buckle locally (see Fig. 8-4) if

the load exceeds a critical value. Again, during buckling there is a shift from a

strong

**compressive**-**stress**pattern to a**compressive**-**stress**pattern combined witha ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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