## Strength of Materials |

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7-5, it appears that the neutral axis is about in the middle of the beam (halfway

between the top and the bottom). The questions are, how precise is this

observation, and is it true in general? The key to the answers is that the

7-5, it appears that the neutral axis is about in the middle of the beam (halfway

between the top and the bottom). The questions are, how precise is this

observation, and is it true in general? The key to the answers is that the

**horizontal**forces on ...Page 188

... obtain a simple expression for the longitudinal shear stress: T, = f (7-13) where

T, = the average shear stress on a

arbitrary distance ya from the neutral axis V - total shear force on the cross-

sectional ...

... obtain a simple expression for the longitudinal shear stress: T, = f (7-13) where

T, = the average shear stress on a

**horizontal**plane (in these drawings) at anarbitrary distance ya from the neutral axis V - total shear force on the cross-

sectional ...

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His initial

). The pole begins to bend under the moment applied to it, but the pole in turn

slows the

of ...

His initial

**horizontal**velocity (30 ft/sec) is larger than his vertical velocity (20 ft/sec). The pole begins to bend under the moment applied to it, but the pole in turn

slows the

**horizontal**motion of the vaulter. It is found that, for a uniform decreaseof ...

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