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Figure \-29a gives the

stress and the transverse-shear stress are of equal failure-inducing intensity. The

...

Figure \-29a gives the

**geometry**for a round cantilever beam where the bendingstress and the transverse-shear stress are of equal failure-inducing intensity. The

**geometry**shown can be deduced by requiring that a _ Mc _ 3V _ 2 ~ 21 ~ 2A ~ T...

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The relative stiffnesses of various geometries and loading systems can be

studied further by determining the

in magnitude. Figure 3-2 gives the

Suppose we ...

The relative stiffnesses of various geometries and loading systems can be

studied further by determining the

**geometry**where several stiffnesses are equalin magnitude. Figure 3-2 gives the

**geometry**for a round cantilever beam.Suppose we ...

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If the box is loaded downward, buckling will occur in the thin back of the

BUCKLING 8-3 Critical Lengths for Compression and Torsion 8-4 Designing to

Prevent ...

If the box is loaded downward, buckling will occur in the thin back of the

**Geometry**and Loading System Schematic Critical Critical Length, Z.c Load. 116BUCKLING 8-3 Critical Lengths for Compression and Torsion 8-4 Designing to

Prevent ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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