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The stress- impact factor is the factor by which a

increased due to impact loads. For the general case of impact loading, consider a

spring that is axially impacted by a weight W released from a height h. In terms of

...

The stress- impact factor is the factor by which a

**static**load and deflection areincreased due to impact loads. For the general case of impact loading, consider a

spring that is axially impacted by a weight W released from a height h. In terms of

...

Page 133

The maximum deflection is given by A = Ast(/F) = 0.0412 in and the equivalent

stress-impact factor, maximum dynamic deflection, and the equivalent

...

The maximum deflection is given by A = Ast(/F) = 0.0412 in and the equivalent

**static**force is found to be Fe - W{IF) = 4950 lbf The equations for calculating thestress-impact factor, maximum dynamic deflection, and the equivalent

**static**force...

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48 Honeycomb construction, 62, 64 Design considerations, 2 Diagonal bracing,

117, 120-122 Eccentric loading, 67 Efficiency of joint, 149 Elastic bodies, contact,

87 Elastic contact, 86 Elastic matching principle, 158-160 Equilibrium,

48 Honeycomb construction, 62, 64 Design considerations, 2 Diagonal bracing,

117, 120-122 Eccentric loading, 67 Efficiency of joint, 149 Elastic bodies, contact,

87 Elastic contact, 86 Elastic matching principle, 158-160 Equilibrium,

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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