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PLASTIC DEFORMATIONS IN BEAMS Many important materials are sufficiently

ductile to allow some plastic strains in

an elementary understanding of yielding and resulting stresses in beams is ...

PLASTIC DEFORMATIONS IN BEAMS Many important materials are sufficiently

ductile to allow some plastic strains in

**bending**without leading to fracture. Thus,an elementary understanding of yielding and resulting stresses in beams is ...

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Some beams are made of the same average material throughout; yet they are

nonhomogeneous in

are not equal. A typical example is cast iron. The flexure formula can be used for

such ...

Some beams are made of the same average material throughout; yet they are

nonhomogeneous in

**bending**if the elastic moduli in tension and compressionare not equal. A typical example is cast iron. The flexure formula can be used for

such ...

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14-1 to 14-8 by adding the axial load F to the

P7-5; F= 1000lb 14-2. Figure P7-8; F-=4kN 14-3. Figure P7-19; F= -500lb 14-4.

Figure P7-22; F=-20N 14-5. Figure P7-27; F= 10,000lb 14-6. Figure P7-36; F=-

2kN ...

14-1 to 14-8 by adding the axial load F to the

**bending**load shown. 14-1. FigureP7-5; F= 1000lb 14-2. Figure P7-8; F-=4kN 14-3. Figure P7-19; F= -500lb 14-4.

Figure P7-22; F=-20N 14-5. Figure P7-27; F= 10,000lb 14-6. Figure P7-36; F=-

2kN ...

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