## Strength of Materials |

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Example 10-2. structures are so rigid that the distance between them can be

assumed a constant, regardless of any forces in the

the stresses in the

the ...

Example 10-2. structures are so rigid that the distance between them can be

assumed a constant, regardless of any forces in the

**column**. Also, assume thatthe stresses in the

**column**at A and B arerzero. Suppose that in the next step ofthe ...

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where £ = modulus of elasticity / = smallest moment of inertia of the cross-

sectional area about its centroid L = length of

on the constraints of the

where £ = modulus of elasticity / = smallest moment of inertia of the cross-

sectional area about its centroid L = length of

**column**k ~ a constant; it dependson the constraints of the

**column**A - area of cross section r - radius of gyration of ...Page 296

PROBLEMS Sec. 11-1 11-1. Calculate and plot the deflections for a pole such as

that in Fig. 1 1-1. Use at least three loads: W, 2W, and IW. 11-2. Do you obtain

true stress if you divide the critical load by the cross- sectional area of a

PROBLEMS Sec. 11-1 11-1. Calculate and plot the deflections for a pole such as

that in Fig. 1 1-1. Use at least three loads: W, 2W, and IW. 11-2. Do you obtain

true stress if you divide the critical load by the cross- sectional area of a

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