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1-5 DEFINITION OF NORMAL AND SHEAR STRESS The normal stress over a

given

acting perpendicular to the

1-5 DEFINITION OF NORMAL AND SHEAR STRESS The normal stress over a

given

**cross section**at a certain point in a body is equal to the force per unit areaacting perpendicular to the

**cross section**at that point. If we consider a section ...Page 55

a member with a given

increased while keeping the

omax), the bending moment strength of a given section is directly proportional to

the ...

a member with a given

**cross**-**sectional**area, the section modulus should beincreased while keeping the

**cross**-**sectional**area constant. For a given stress (omax), the bending moment strength of a given section is directly proportional to

the ...

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6-4 CLOSED VERSUS OPEN

torsional capacity of a

...

6-4 CLOSED VERSUS OPEN

**CROSS SECTIONS**Consider now those**cross**-**sectional**shapes shown in Figure 6-7. The membrane analogy states that thetorsional capacity of a

**cross section**is directly proportional to the volume under a...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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