## Strength of Materials |

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The bar is slowly lowered into a

and strain and the elongation in the new position ? What change in temperature

would be necessary to have zero elongation in the

that ...

The bar is slowly lowered into a

**vertical**position. What are the maximum stressand strain and the elongation in the new position ? What change in temperature

would be necessary to have zero elongation in the

**vertical**position ? Assumethat ...

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7-23 similar to what has been discussed previously for the

distribution alone. The quantitative determination of the shear flow at any given

point P in the flange is based on the same principles as those used in the

analysis ...

7-23 similar to what has been discussed previously for the

**vertical**shear stressdistribution alone. The quantitative determination of the shear flow at any given

point P in the flange is based on the same principles as those used in the

analysis ...

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The

moment, however, caused by the total shear flow. This tends to twist the beam

even in the absence of an external torque on it. The twisting can be prevented

only if ...

The

**vertical**shear flow is opposed by the external shear force. There is a netmoment, however, caused by the total shear flow. This tends to twist the beam

even in the absence of an external torque on it. The twisting can be prevented

only if ...

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