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If the body is accelerating, then

with the accelerations. If the

loads, then the body can be considered to be in equilibrium (d'Alembert's

principle) ...

If the body is accelerating, then

**inertia**forces and/or torques can be associatedwith the accelerations. If the

**inertia**forces and torques are added to the originalloads, then the body can be considered to be in equilibrium (d'Alembert's

principle) ...

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... as that for a static case, except that the effects due to the

be considered; that is, the flow of

flow of the normal loads. The flow of force in assemblies of parts can be studied.

... as that for a static case, except that the effects due to the

**inertia**forces shouldbe considered; that is, the flow of

**inertia**forces should be shown together with theflow of the normal loads. The flow of force in assemblies of parts can be studied.

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Case (d) Solid, Round Bar in Torsion The torsional stiffness, ifc,, of the round

cantilever bar is given by _JG_ [(y/32) (11.5 x 106)] K~ L~ 10 = 1.13 x 105 lbf-in

where J = xd4/32 = polar moment of

length ...

Case (d) Solid, Round Bar in Torsion The torsional stiffness, ifc,, of the round

cantilever bar is given by _JG_ [(y/32) (11.5 x 106)] K~ L~ 10 = 1.13 x 105 lbf-in

where J = xd4/32 = polar moment of

**inertia**G = torsional modulus of steel L =length ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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