## 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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Obviously, Tm.x must be larger than

Two ways of showing distribution of shear stresses on rectangular

of a beam; A-B is edge view of

Obviously, Tm.x must be larger than

**cross**-**sectional area**T=0 (a) (b) Fig. 7-21.Two ways of showing distribution of shear stresses on rectangular

**cross section**of a beam; A-B is edge view of

**cross section**. Since the shear stresses are not ...Page 188

The integral is the first moment of area aa'dd' in Fig. 7-22b ... A channel section is

bent so that its axis of symmetry is also the neutral axis. ... The qualitative view of

the shear flow distribution over the

The integral is the first moment of area aa'dd' in Fig. 7-22b ... A channel section is

bent so that its axis of symmetry is also the neutral axis. ... The qualitative view of

the shear flow distribution over the

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