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The behavior of the system as a whole can then be described by the combined

effects of its parts. ... As Shames [48] points out, we might attempt to consider a

portion of the container as a free body as

The behavior of the system as a whole can then be described by the combined

effects of its parts. ... As Shames [48] points out, we might attempt to consider a

portion of the container as a free body as

**shown in Figure**1-5, but even if this ...Page 8

The equations of force and moment equilibrium are E Fx = 0 EFy= 0 E F, = 0 and

EM„ = 0 E Myy = 0 E M„ = 0 Free-Body Diagram Analysis For the system

The equations of force and moment equilibrium are E Fx = 0 EFy= 0 E F, = 0 and

EM„ = 0 E Myy = 0 E M„ = 0 Free-Body Diagram Analysis For the system

**shown in****Figure**1-9, the weight is suspended by a single cable that is fixed at A and ...Page 60

Such composite sections can be of a variety of types, the simplest of which is

composite at their common surface, then there will be continuity of strain as

shown by ...

Such composite sections can be of a variety of types, the simplest of which is

**shown in Figure**5-3. If there is no slipping between the different sections of thecomposite at their common surface, then there will be continuity of strain as

shown 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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