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... are at x = 0 So With >- = 0 /=0 C2 =0, at x = -=- = 1 m C, = -245 / = ^0.08)(0.01 )'

= 6.67 x 10"» m*, and x = 1 m, (2 x 10")(6.67 x 10-»)>- = 82(1)' - 245(1) . y= -0.122

m If the

... are at x = 0 So With >- = 0 /=0 C2 =0, at x = -=- = 1 m C, = -245 / = ^0.08)(0.01 )'

= 6.67 x 10"» m*, and x = 1 m, (2 x 10")(6.67 x 10-»)>- = 82(1)' - 245(1) . y= -0.122

m If the

**thickness**of the ski changes, everything but / remains the same.Page 252

the same everywhere, the shear stress T must be the same at all points; this can

be seen by considering the free-body diagrams of any neighboring elements,

each with the

the ...

the same everywhere, the shear stress T must be the same at all points; this can

be seen by considering the free-body diagrams of any neighboring elements,

each with the

**thickness**of the wall. Continuing this line of thought, it is seen thatthe ...

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THE

of stress caused by uniaxial loading in a notched member depends significantly

on the

THE

**THICKNESS**PROBLEM It has been found that the severity of a triaxial stateof stress caused by uniaxial loading in a notched member depends significantly

on the

**thickness**of that member. This can be explained by considering the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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