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Table 5-1 lists

for the section modulus/area ratio. Table 5-2 shows dimensioned cross sections

and lists values for the section modulus/area ratio which is proportional to the ...

Table 5-1 lists

**equations**for typical sectional properties and includes**equations**for the section modulus/area ratio. Table 5-2 shows dimensioned cross sections

and lists values for the section modulus/area ratio which is proportional to the ...

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The membrane analogy is developed from the fact that the differential

for the stress function of a cross section for a torqued bar has the same form as

the differential

The membrane analogy is developed from the fact that the differential

**equation**for the stress function of a cross section for a torqued bar has the same form as

the differential

**equation**for the shape of a stretched membrane, originally flat, ...Page 108

where (*4)

the column as a function of x and k. The general solution to Eq. (8-3) is given by u

= A sin kx + B cos kx ( 8-5 ) The constant coefficients A and B can be found by ...

where (*4)

**Equation**(8-3) is the ordinary differential**equation**for the deflection ofthe column as a function of x and k. The general solution to Eq. (8-3) is given by u

= A sin kx + B cos kx ( 8-5 ) The constant coefficients A and B can be found by ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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