## Strength of Materials |

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cm/cm = 0.01 m/m Note that the numbers in e are always the same, regardless of

what units are used. The units are normally written, even though they could be ...

**Example**2-1 Lo = 1 in. = 2.54 cm e = 0.01 in. = 0.0254 cm e = 0.01 in./in. = 0.01cm/cm = 0.01 m/m Note that the numbers in e are always the same, regardless of

what units are used. The units are normally written, even though they could be ...

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Solution The principal strains are the measured axial strains, ex and e,. The

maximum shear strain is the diameter of Mohr's circle in Fig. 2-6, ymiI = 0.001 rad.

e2 =e =-0.001 Fig. 2-6.

in a ...

Solution The principal strains are the measured axial strains, ex and e,. The

maximum shear strain is the diameter of Mohr's circle in Fig. 2-6, ymiI = 0.001 rad.

e2 =e =-0.001 Fig. 2-6.

**Example**2-5.**Example**2-6 What are the principal strainsin a ...

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Thus, with a little experience it is possible to reduce the number of calculations in

this

discontinuity and at level 5, because Q is always large at the neutral axis and t

can ...

Thus, with a little experience it is possible to reduce the number of calculations in

this

**example**. It is sufficient to find the shear stresses at level 3 just above thediscontinuity and at level 5, because Q is always large at the neutral axis and t

can ...

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