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Rigidity of a machine component results from both the volume deflection as well

as the surface

of the material's rigidity. 3-1 SPRING CONSTANT The spring constant is a ...

Rigidity of a machine component results from both the volume deflection as well

as the surface

**deformation**. The modulus of elasticity of a material is an indicationof the material's rigidity. 3-1 SPRING CONSTANT The spring constant is a ...

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The value for * was obtained by considering only the

contact stress. The additional

of the cylinders can be shown, using the analysis given in Ref. 24 [p. 493], to be ...

The value for * was obtained by considering only the

**deformation**due to Hertzcontact stress. The additional

**deformation**due to the elasticity of the body portionof the cylinders can be shown, using the analysis given in Ref. 24 [p. 493], to be ...

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take the

There are numerous examples where the

parts causes a shift in load and a redistribution of force flow. Figure 13-18 shows

a ...

take the

**deformed**shape as the shape of the rigid body. This approach will ...There are numerous examples where the

**deformation**of machine and structuralparts causes a shift in load and a redistribution of force flow. Figure 13-18 shows

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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