## Strength of Materials |

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The sharpness of a

depth of the

the member also play important roles in the initiation of fractures. These aspects

of ...

The sharpness of a

**notch**is important, but it has been found that the length ordepth of the

**notch**(whether it is machined or a natural flaw) and the thickness ofthe member also play important roles in the initiation of fractures. These aspects

of ...

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13-5 has a uniform material and a constant thickness t; a coordinate system is put

at the center of the root of the

that in region B, so region A wants to contract more than region B does.

13-5 has a uniform material and a constant thickness t; a coordinate system is put

at the center of the root of the

**notch**. The average stress in region A is higher thanthat in region B, so region A wants to contract more than region B does.

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distribution is reasonable because the differences (and mutual constraint)

between regions A and B are large near the

magnitudes ...

distribution is reasonable because the differences (and mutual constraint)

between regions A and B are large near the

**notch**root and negligible far from the**notch**. Similar considerations are applied in sketching the variation in themagnitudes ...

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