## Strength of Materials |

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Experiment for the theory of springs. k = spring

Force versus deflection of a spring. logical that the forces required in the two

cases are proportional to the deformations. A plot of these would be a straight

line ...

Experiment for the theory of springs. k = spring

**constant**2d 3d deflection Fig. 3-2.Force versus deflection of a spring. logical that the forces required in the two

cases are proportional to the deformations. A plot of these would be a straight

line ...

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Continuing this line of thought, it is seen that the shear flow q is

cross section and T may vary if the wall thickness varies a little: q - tt =

This is supported by experimental evidence that, for entirely elastic behavior, the

...

Continuing this line of thought, it is seen that the shear flow q is

**constant**on thecross section and T may vary if the wall thickness varies a little: q - tt =

**constant**This is supported by experimental evidence that, for entirely elastic behavior, the

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The strain remains

change according to the properties of the material and the environmental

conditions. The tendency is for the stress to decrease in time as shown in Fig. 12-

13. The rate ...

The strain remains

**constant**in the wire at all times, but the stress is free tochange according to the properties of the material and the environmental

conditions. The tendency is for the stress to decrease in time as shown in Fig. 12-

13. The rate ...

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