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for a given pole can be calculated with the assumptions made. For an example,

consider a 16.5-ft long pole that has a 1.5-in. outside diameter and a wall ...

**Assume**for now, however, that the load is centroidal to the pole. The critical loadfor a given pole can be calculated with the assumptions made. For an example,

consider a 16.5-ft long pole that has a 1.5-in. outside diameter and a wall ...

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EXAMPLE 12-9

deflects 5 in. when the plane stands on the ground. During landing, even a gentle

touchdown, a given wheel may be the only one in contact, so the load on it may ...

EXAMPLE 12-9

**Assume**that the coil spring in the landing gear of an airplanedeflects 5 in. when the plane stands on the ground. During landing, even a gentle

touchdown, a given wheel may be the only one in contact, so the load on it may ...

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Describe the causes of the largest normal stresses and how they may vary over a

long time for the following parts: (a) Tower (

Propeller blade (c) Propeller shaft PROBLEM X Suppose you have taken up ...

Describe the causes of the largest normal stresses and how they may vary over a

long time for the following parts: (a) Tower (

**assume**a four-legged stiucture) (b)Propeller blade (c) Propeller shaft PROBLEM X Suppose you have taken up ...

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