## Strength of Materials |

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The horizontal position and size of a circle depend on the

directions of the stresses on a small rectangular element. Several more examples

using general notation show some of the possibilities. EXAMPLE 1-15 Uniaxial ...

The horizontal position and size of a circle depend on the

**magnitudes**anddirections of the stresses on a small rectangular element. Several more examples

using general notation show some of the possibilities. EXAMPLE 1-15 Uniaxial ...

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Note that the problem would have been equally meaningful if it had been stated

as one of load control : A given force P is applied at the centroid of the cross

section. What are the

and ...

Note that the problem would have been equally meaningful if it had been stated

as one of load control : A given force P is applied at the centroid of the cross

section. What are the

**magnitudes**and distributions of the stresses and strains,and ...

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B are equal in

opposite in sign according to the convention. C is zero at the center of the beam ...

**magnitudes**of the reactions. With these, five points can be plotted at once. A andB are equal in

**magnitude**to R (A for very small x, B for x nearly 2 m). They areopposite in sign according to the convention. C is zero at the center of the beam ...

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