## Strength of Materials |

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Note that in this case the units can be mixed without any complications. Example

3-4 A large concrete reservoir is designed to hold liquid nitrogen. It is to be a

vertical cylinder, 80 ft in

there ...

Note that in this case the units can be mixed without any complications. Example

3-4 A large concrete reservoir is designed to hold liquid nitrogen. It is to be a

vertical cylinder, 80 ft in

**diameter**, with a wall thickness of 10 in. Assuming thatthere ...

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What is the required

tensile load is 6 kN, and the allowable average bearing stress is only 3 MPa?

How does the answer affect the choice of material for the pins or the method of ...

What is the required

**diameter**of the pins if the plate is 0.5 cm thick, the maximumtensile load is 6 kN, and the allowable average bearing stress is only 3 MPa?

How does the answer affect the choice of material for the pins or the method of ...

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The bottom columns are 6.5 in. in

and between these the

each 30-ft segment). What is the total deformation of the legs under their own ...

The bottom columns are 6.5 in. in

**diameter**, the top ones are 2 in. in**diameter**,and between these the

**diameter**decreases stepwise (the**diameter**is constant foreach 30-ft segment). What is the total deformation of the legs under their own ...

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