## Strength of Materials |

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For each point of the shear or

used in these equations. Note how the accuracy improves when more points are

added to a diagram that was erroneously assumed to be symmetric after ...

For each point of the shear or

**moment**diagram a value of x must be selected andused in these equations. Note how the accuracy improves when more points are

added to a diagram that was erroneously assumed to be symmetric after ...

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The rotations are opposite to eliminate a net

of the fuselage. Since there are no shearing forces in this view, there is no shear

diagram for it. The

The rotations are opposite to eliminate a net

**moment**and the resulting spinningof the fuselage. Since there are no shearing forces in this view, there is no shear

diagram for it. The

**moment**at any section between the rotor shafts is 8 kN-m, ...Page 404

In a simple analogy, the

the effort necessary to displace the area rotationally. Thus, one could say that Ix

is the resistance of the whole area A to rotational displacement about the x-axis

in ...

In a simple analogy, the

**moment**of inertia of a plane area is a way of describingthe effort necessary to displace the area rotationally. Thus, one could say that Ix

is the resistance of the whole area A to rotational displacement about the x-axis

in ...

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