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Return to this question again later in the course when new knowledge leads you

to new ideas. 3-9. Discuss the Poisson effect in thermally induced stress and

strain. Determine the unknown quantity in

e,.

Return to this question again later in the course when new knowledge leads you

to new ideas. 3-9. Discuss the Poisson effect in thermally induced stress and

strain. Determine the unknown quantity in

**Prob**. 3-10 to 3-15. 3-10. flxlli = 0.006,e,.

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Bela Imre Sandor. 5-4. *5-5. Alter the formula derived in

concentrated weight at the free end of the rod. Attempt to derive a formula for the

elongation of the circular, tapered column (Fig. P5-5) under its own weight. Fig.

Bela Imre Sandor. 5-4. *5-5. Alter the formula derived in

**Prob**. 5-3 to account for aconcentrated weight at the free end of the rod. Attempt to derive a formula for the

elongation of the circular, tapered column (Fig. P5-5) under its own weight. Fig.

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**Prob**. 9-40 for a tube with an equilateral triangular cross section. 9-42.Redo

**Prob**. 9-40 for a tube with a rectangular cross section of sides a x 2a. 9-43.Redo

**Prob**. 9-40 for a tube with a rectangular cross section of sides a x 10a.### What people are saying - Write a review

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