## Strength of Materials |

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Imagine that a friend hopes to be a champion

him design a new

. It has to be superior to others as a spring and it should be strong so that the ...

Imagine that a friend hopes to be a champion

**pole**-vaulter. He asks you to helphim design a new

**pole**, which has to be lighter than those available commercially. It has to be superior to others as a spring and it should be strong so that the ...

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The condition at the lower end of the

joint with fairly low friction. The load is applied somewhere near the other end (for

a free-body diagram of the

The condition at the lower end of the

**pole**(in the "**pole**box") is similar to a pinjoint with fairly low friction. The load is applied somewhere near the other end (for

a free-body diagram of the

**pole**, see Appendix A, Section 2), and the condition ...Page 400

There is a clockwise frictional moment at A because the

counterclockwise, but this moment is small and can be neglected. The frictional

forces at B and C are both drawn to the left because at the instant considered the

vaulter is ...

There is a clockwise frictional moment at A because the

**pole**is rotatingcounterclockwise, but this moment is small and can be neglected. The frictional

forces at B and C are both drawn to the left because at the instant considered the

vaulter is ...

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