## Strength of Materials |

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These lead to what is commonly called the flexure formula: M = - (7-1) where M =

net moment at a given section in the beam / = moment of inertia of the

the ...

These lead to what is commonly called the flexure formula: M = - (7-1) where M =

net moment at a given section in the beam / = moment of inertia of the

**cross**-**sectional**area about the neutral axis a - magnitude of stress at a distance c fromthe ...

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Calculate the ratio of maximum and average transverse shear stresses TmiX/T,„,

for a beam with a square

longitudinal shear stress in selected beams from Probs. 7-5 to 7-44. Determine

the shear ...

Calculate the ratio of maximum and average transverse shear stresses TmiX/T,„,

for a beam with a square

**cross section**. 7-56. Determine the maximumlongitudinal shear stress in selected beams from Probs. 7-5 to 7-44. Determine

the shear ...

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What is the maximum torque on a tube of semicircular

made from a circular tube as in Example 9-15? 9-41. Redo Prob. 9-40 for a tube

with an equilateral triangular

a ...

What is the maximum torque on a tube of semicircular

**cross section**that wasmade from a circular tube as in Example 9-15? 9-41. Redo Prob. 9-40 for a tube

with an equilateral triangular

**cross section**. 9-42. Redo Prob. 9-40 for a tube witha ...

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