## Strength of Materials |

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This is a primitive example of St. Venant's principle, which states that the stresses

in a region reasonably distant from where the loads are

are not altered significantly if these loads are changed to other, statically ...

This is a primitive example of St. Venant's principle, which states that the stresses

in a region reasonably distant from where the loads are

**applied**on a boundaryare not altered significantly if these loads are changed to other, statically ...

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5. Models for the generalized Hooke's law. Imagine a two-dimensional element

that is loaded uniaxially as in Fig. 3-5a. There are two ...

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**applied**p n U (-1 i i X shape i after both 1 oy and ax „ are**applied**(a) (b) Fig. 3-5. Models for the generalized Hooke's law. Imagine a two-dimensional element

that is loaded uniaxially as in Fig. 3-5a. There are two ...

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Suppose that in the next step of the construction a downward force of 50,000 Ib is

centroid of the cross section). What are the stresses aA and aB now? Solution

The ...

Suppose that in the next step of the construction a downward force of 50,000 Ib is

**applied**symmetrically to the column at C (the resultant force is through thecentroid of the cross section). What are the stresses aA and aB now? Solution

The ...

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