## Strength of Materials |

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members and a full load of ice effectively double the load

themselves but that the guy wires have zero tension in them (this is not true for a

real tower). *5-14. What is the total deformation of the tower

members and a full load of ice effectively double the load

**caused**by the legsthemselves but that the guy wires have zero tension in them (this is not true for a

real tower). *5-14. What is the total deformation of the tower

**caused**by a I00°F ...Page 364

Assume that the following loads are acting simultaneously on the bolt: Axial:

100,000 Ib in tension,

Bending: 15,000 in.-lb,

...

Assume that the following loads are acting simultaneously on the bolt: Axial:

100,000 Ib in tension,

**caused**by the pretension of the guy plus a strong wind.Bending: 15,000 in.-lb,

**caused**by misalignment of the bolt head on the insulator...

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Where and what is the maximum stress in the pipe

What is the worst possible effect of a soil subsidence of 1 ft in 100 ft? Calculate

the maximum stress

Where and what is the maximum stress in the pipe

**caused**by its own weight? 4.What is the worst possible effect of a soil subsidence of 1 ft in 100 ft? Calculate

the maximum stress

**caused**by this alone. 5. What is the largest possible stress ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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