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A fiber glass tube is also made with the same length and same

an outside diameter of 1.6 in. Which one has the higher buckling load in the pin-

ended configuration? E = 3 x 106 psi for both. Solution With £andL held constant,

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A fiber glass tube is also made with the same length and same

**weight**, but withan outside diameter of 1.6 in. Which one has the higher buckling load in the pin-

ended configuration? E = 3 x 106 psi for both. Solution With £andL held constant,

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The deflection of the wing at the engine is proportional to the load applied (

engine

engine deflection, the strains throughout the wing, and the stresses at the wing

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The deflection of the wing at the engine is proportional to the load applied (

engine

**weight**). Since the load-deflection relation is linear, Eq. 12-8 applies: Theengine deflection, the strains throughout the wing, and the stresses at the wing

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Where and what is the maximum stress in the pipe caused by its own

What is the worst possible effect of a soil subsidence of 1 ft in 100 ft? Calculate

the maximum stress caused by this alone. 5. What is the largest possible stress ...

Where and what is the maximum stress in the pipe caused by its own

**weight**? 4.What is the worst possible effect of a soil subsidence of 1 ft in 100 ft? Calculate

the maximum stress caused by this alone. 5. What is the largest possible stress ...

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