## Strength of Materials |

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All of these shear planes are perpendicular to the plane of this paper. The same

element A can be viewed from other directions. For example, its view from the

right is

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All of these shear planes are perpendicular to the plane of this paper. The same

element A can be viewed from other directions. For example, its view from the

right is

**shown in Fig**. 1-23d. Note that a s has no component in this diagram (a* is...

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the yield strength, reduces the fracture ductility, but leaves the fracture strength

essentially unchanged, as

softened by reannealing it any number of times. For a simple demonstration of

this, bend ...

the yield strength, reduces the fracture ductility, but leaves the fracture strength

essentially unchanged, as

**shown in Fig**. 4-8. A cold-worked metal can besoftened by reannealing it any number of times. For a simple demonstration of

this, bend ...

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area At for material b because a given strain must result in the same force on

them. Furthermore, areas A , and A2 must be equivalent when moments are ...

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**shown in Fig**. 7-l4c. The new area A2 of material a must be larger than thearea At for material b because a given strain must result in the same force on

them. Furthermore, areas A , and A2 must be equivalent when moments are ...

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