## Strength of Materials |

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The simplest composites in stress analysis are those in which all

them extending the length of the member) are parallel to one another and which

are loaded in the longitudinal direction of the

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The simplest composites in stress analysis are those in which all

**fibers**(most ofthem extending the length of the member) are parallel to one another and which

are loaded in the longitudinal direction of the

**fibers**. For such members the rule of...

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the shell are in several layers, each

cylinder (cross-plied

Does the shell have adequate strength if the tensile strength in directions normal

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the shell are in several layers, each

**fiber**at 70° with the longitudinal axis of thecylinder (cross-plied

**fibers**) as shown in Fig. 5-14. The internal pressure is 14 psi.Does the shell have adequate strength if the tensile strength in directions normal

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Accordingly, the deformations in

e(b), if a and b are equidistant from the neutral axis. Since the gage lengths of

these

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Accordingly, the deformations in

**fibers**a and b are the same in magnitude, e(a) -e(b), if a and b are equidistant from the neutral axis. Since the gage lengths of

these

**fibers**are different, the strains and the stresses in them are also different in...

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