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... beam Torsional stress equal to the transverse-shear stress (c) Eccentrically

loaded round bar in tension Bending stress equal to the

29. Geometries where stresses produce equal failure-inducing intensity. intensity.

... beam Torsional stress equal to the transverse-shear stress (c) Eccentrically

loaded round bar in tension Bending stress equal to the

**tensile**stress FIGURE 1-29. Geometries where stresses produce equal failure-inducing intensity. intensity.

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TENSION, COMPRESSION, AND BENDING

produce very efficient stress patterns in axially stressed members of machines

and structures. The type of load, the shape, and the change in the cross-sectional

area ...

TENSION, COMPRESSION, AND BENDING

**Tensile**and compressive loadsproduce very efficient stress patterns in axially stressed members of machines

and structures. The type of load, the shape, and the change in the cross-sectional

area ...

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of the bending moment is equal to the product of the 8000 lbf

eccentricity. To determine the eccentricity, we must find the position of the neutral

axis. Summing moments about the base of the cross section in Figure 5-17c, ...

of the bending moment is equal to the product of the 8000 lbf

**tensile**load and theeccentricity. To determine the eccentricity, we must find the position of the neutral

axis. Summing moments about the base of the cross section in Figure 5-17c, ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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