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Two kinds of rods are considered : a low carbon

per °F and an alloy

tendency of each

Two kinds of rods are considered : a low carbon

**steel**(cheap) with a = 4.9 x 10"6per °F and an alloy

**steel**(expensive) with ct = 6.5 x 10"6 per °F. Describe thetendency of each

**steel**to separate from the concrete in terms of unconstrained, ...Page 264

Assume that the concrete and the

that they have zero strain at 70°F (after wrapping). Upon cooling, the

circumference L of the

)(12)(6 x ...

Assume that the concrete and the

**steel**are always at a common temperature andthat they have zero strain at 70°F (after wrapping). Upon cooling, the

circumference L of the

**steel**would want to change by AL,,eet = 7TDa^eiAr = 7t(38)(12)(6 x ...

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The intended sculpture is a welded

depicted at the instant of taking off from its foundation (Fig. 15-10). The body and

wings are of thin metal for lively flexibility in wind. The metal selected is COR-

TEN ...

The intended sculpture is a welded

**steel**bird of mathematically simple form,depicted at the instant of taking off from its foundation (Fig. 15-10). The body and

wings are of thin metal for lively flexibility in wind. The metal selected is COR-

TEN ...

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