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... (as shown by a free-body diagram) is not accelerating, the summation of forces

in the directions of any three orthogonal axes and the summation of moments

about these axes must be

... (as shown by a free-body diagram) is not accelerating, the summation of forces

in the directions of any three orthogonal axes and the summation of moments

about these axes must be

**zero**and the body is said to be in static equilibrium.Page 27

The top beam is subjected to a bending moment that varies from

end to a maximum at the beam center. The midspan portion of the bottom beam

is subjected to a constant bending moment. In both beams the bending stress

varies ...

The top beam is subjected to a bending moment that varies from

**zero**at eachend to a maximum at the beam center. The midspan portion of the bottom beam

is subjected to a constant bending moment. In both beams the bending stress

varies ...

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The minimum stress would be

of inscribed circles where the membrane slope is

cross section of a straight bar. The largest stress would be found at the boundary

...

The minimum stress would be

**zero**at outward-protruding corners or near centersof inscribed circles where the membrane slope is

**zero**. Figure 6-6 pictures thecross section of a straight bar. The largest stress would be found at the boundary

...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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