## Strength of Materials |

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The stress can be

constrained as in Fig. 3-4b. The imaginary strain is

Then the stress that would produce the same strain if the bar were not heated is

determined ...

The stress can be

**calculated**. It is done by imagining that the bar is notconstrained as in Fig. 3-4b. The imaginary strain is

**calculated**using Eq. 2-1.Then the stress that would produce the same strain if the bar were not heated is

determined ...

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Furthermore, areas A , and A2 must be equivalent when moments are

so they must be at the same distance from the neutral axis. For the equality

offorces on /4, and A2, EbfAi = EafA2 = EafnAi so n = ft (7-2) "t where n is the ratio

of ...

Furthermore, areas A , and A2 must be equivalent when moments are

**calculated**,so they must be at the same distance from the neutral axis. For the equality

offorces on /4, and A2, EbfAi = EafA2 = EafnAi so n = ft (7-2) "t where n is the ratio

of ...

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A sample

strain amplitude (this is the controlled quantity) of 0.01 the life was 27V/ = 103

reversals or 500 cycles. The average stress amplitude measured during this test

was ...

A sample

**calculation**involving the data from one test is given here. At the totalstrain amplitude (this is the controlled quantity) of 0.01 the life was 27V/ = 103

reversals or 500 cycles. The average stress amplitude measured during this test

was ...

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