## Strength of Materials |

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Solution The stress-strain curve reveals immediately whether the bar will fracture

during the required straining. ... What is the

magnitude and location of the resultant force, and the elongation? Solution The ...

Solution The stress-strain curve reveals immediately whether the bar will fracture

during the required straining. ... What is the

**stress distribution**in the bar, themagnitude and location of the resultant force, and the elongation? Solution The ...

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Solution It is found from the stress-strain curve that aA = 0 and aB = 190 ksi. The

strain varies linearly from A to B, but the stress is not linearly related to strain. To

find the

Solution It is found from the stress-strain curve that aA = 0 and aB = 190 ksi. The

strain varies linearly from A to B, but the stress is not linearly related to strain. To

find the

**stress distribution**, it is convenient to assume that the stress-strain curve ...Page 302

At level C, one expects higher stresses because the area is smaller. If areac = ^

area^, ac = 2aA, apparently. This is called the nominal stress or average stress at

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**Stress distribution**in a notched member. stresses are also uniform, and aB = OA.At level C, one expects higher stresses because the area is smaller. If areac = ^

area^, ac = 2aA, apparently. This is called the nominal stress or average stress at

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