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9-1c), the

effects. Thus, the

dA and S/dA. Dividing this by the area dA gives the

9-1c), the

**resultant**stress at A is equal to the superposition of the two separateeffects. Thus, the

**resultant**force at A is the vector sum of the collinear forces SadA and S/dA. Dividing this by the area dA gives the

**resultant**stress S = Sa + S/ ...Page 341

Determine the torque and hp that can also act simultaneously on the shaft without

exceeding a

S„ = 16,000 psi. Solution: The bending moment produces a maximum flexural ...

Determine the torque and hp that can also act simultaneously on the shaft without

exceeding a

**resultant**shearing stress S, = 12,000 psi or a**resultant**normal stressS„ = 16,000 psi. Solution: The bending moment produces a maximum flexural ...

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To produce the maximum permitted

circle must be R, = 12,000 psi. However, the radius that will produce the

maximum permitted normal stress must satisfy the condition S0 = 16,000 = OC +

R n ...

To produce the maximum permitted

**resultant**shearing stress, the radius of thecircle must be R, = 12,000 psi. However, the radius that will produce the

maximum permitted normal stress must satisfy the condition S0 = 16,000 = OC +

R n ...

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