## Strength of Materials |

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(0.07)(30 x 10") = 4.8 x 10-J EXAMPLE 5-2 A planned surgical

cobalt-nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy cylinder 2 cm in diameter inside a

thigh bone 4 cm in diameter. Would a 100-kg person feel the difference in ...

(0.07)(30 x 10") = 4.8 x 10-J EXAMPLE 5-2 A planned surgical

**implant**is a solidcobalt-nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy cylinder 2 cm in diameter inside a

thigh bone 4 cm in diameter. Would a 100-kg person feel the difference in ...

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What could happen in the apparently more complex case of using a conforming

consider two extreme cases by passing imaginary cutting planes through the ...

What could happen in the apparently more complex case of using a conforming

**implant**(Fig. 9-3)? To gain understanding of the whole range of possibilities,consider two extreme cases by passing imaginary cutting planes through the ...

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EXAMPLE 9-7 Compare the twists in an intact leg bone (length L) and in one with

a cylindrical

of the analysis is not to reveal a design problem with the

EXAMPLE 9-7 Compare the twists in an intact leg bone (length L) and in one with

a cylindrical

**implant**. The**implant**is from 0.35L to 0.55L. In this case the purposeof the analysis is not to reveal a design problem with the

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