## Strength of Materials |

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For example,

second axial load, such as Fx in Fig. 1-6. Also, the external force is not

necessarily uniformly distributed at the ends of the strip; there is a concentrated

force Fy in Fig ...

For example,

**consider**the following additional possibilities. There could be asecond axial load, such as Fx in Fig. 1-6. Also, the external force is not

necessarily uniformly distributed at the ends of the strip; there is a concentrated

force Fy in Fig ...

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may have the largest residual stress in it? 12-14. What is the number of

equilibrium conditions that must be checked to make sure that a certain

distribution of ...

**Consider**a thick wire and a very fine wire made of the same metal. Which wiremay have the largest residual stress in it? 12-14. What is the number of

equilibrium conditions that must be checked to make sure that a certain

distribution of ...

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What is the simplest cross-sectional shape of the rods that is worth

3. Estimate the maximum stress and deflection of the rods in a 100-mph wind.

Choose a material that seems reasonable and assume a simple geometry. 4.

What is the simplest cross-sectional shape of the rods that is worth

**considering**?3. Estimate the maximum stress and deflection of the rods in a 100-mph wind.

Choose a material that seems reasonable and assume a simple geometry. 4.

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