## Strength of Materials |

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Bela Imre Sandor. maximum value depend on the materials involved, the

geometries of the parts, and the load. Only the average value of the bearing

stress is easy to calculate because it is the force divided by the projected area of

the

Bela Imre Sandor. maximum value depend on the materials involved, the

geometries of the parts, and the load. Only the average value of the bearing

stress is easy to calculate because it is the force divided by the projected area of

the

**rivet**(or ...Page 138

Is this really possible? *5-26. Devise a test that gives an indication of the loading

history of a rope without damaging it. Sec. 5-2 5-27. Two flat bars, each with a

cross section 0.2 in. x 5 in., are to be riveted together with 0.25-in. diameter

Is this really possible? *5-26. Devise a test that gives an indication of the loading

history of a rope without damaging it. Sec. 5-2 5-27. Two flat bars, each with a

cross section 0.2 in. x 5 in., are to be riveted together with 0.25-in. diameter

**rivets**.Page 139

(b) How would you arrange the

as much as possible? What is the maximum average tensile stress in the bars in

this arrangement? 5-29. Three plates are riveted together as shown in Fig. P5-29.

(b) How would you arrange the

**rivets**to equalize the shear stresses in the**rivets**as much as possible? What is the maximum average tensile stress in the bars in

this arrangement? 5-29. Three plates are riveted together as shown in Fig. P5-29.

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