## Strength of Materials |

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This is particularly advantageous in more complicated problems than the present

one. The last two equations can be used to determine if there is an optimum

the ...

This is particularly advantageous in more complicated problems than the present

one. The last two equations can be used to determine if there is an optimum

**angle**0 for the seam in the metal strip (Fig. 1-la). Of course, the optimum**angle**isthe ...

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where fx = axial strain along the x-axis f y = axial strain along the y-&\is (_|_ to x) ft

= axial strain along an arbitrary line inclined by an

shear strain of originally orthogonal x-^-axes y, = shear strain in direction of the

line ...

where fx = axial strain along the x-axis f y = axial strain along the y-&\is (_|_ to x) ft

= axial strain along an arbitrary line inclined by an

**angle**0 to the x-axis yxy =shear strain of originally orthogonal x-^-axes y, = shear strain in direction of the

line ...

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acceptable, but the member twists too much. The

easily for a homogeneous, cylindrical member if the maximum stress is in the ...

**ANGLES**OF TWIST In some cases the maximum stress resulting from torsion isacceptable, but the member twists too much. The

**angle**of twist can be calculatedeasily for a homogeneous, cylindrical member if the maximum stress is in the ...

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