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DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY For many machine components, rigidity requirements

must be met to ensure that linear or angular

affect machine performance. Components are made rigid to minimize ...

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY For many machine components, rigidity requirements

must be met to ensure that linear or angular

**deflection**is kept small so as not toaffect machine performance. Components are made rigid to minimize ...

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The profile of the membrane is parabolic in shape. 3. The

membrane is small. If these assumptions are true for a given case, then the

maximum shear stress can be written as _ 2M,C where Mt = twisting moment on

the member ...

The profile of the membrane is parabolic in shape. 3. The

**deflection**of themembrane is small. If these assumptions are true for a given case, then the

maximum shear stress can be written as _ 2M,C where Mt = twisting moment on

the member ...

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For both cases shown in Figure 9-1, the maximum

body is A. The maximum

described in terms of the impact kinetic energy U as U = {mv* = Wv2 2g where v

is the ...

For both cases shown in Figure 9-1, the maximum

**deflection**of the impactedbody is A. The maximum

**deflection**in (a) for the axially loaded rod can bedescribed in terms of the impact kinetic energy U as U = {mv* = Wv2 2g where v

is the ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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