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1.26 Refer to Figure H1.26 and determine the reactions and the shear and

moment at

Figure H1.26 and determine the reactions and the shear and moment at section

B-B.

1.26 Refer to Figure H1.26 and determine the reactions and the shear and

moment at

**section A-A**. -10 ft- 5 k/ft 4- -8 ft -8 ft- /( FIGURE H1.26 1.27 Refer toFigure H1.26 and determine the reactions and the shear and moment at section

B-B.

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Thus the stress distribution over any cross section for the beam will be such that

the stresses are tension above and compression below the neutral axis. A

segment of the beam to the left of

Thus the stress distribution over any cross section for the beam will be such that

the stresses are tension above and compression below the neutral axis. A

segment of the beam to the left of

**section a-a**is isolated and a magnified ...Page 353

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machine press is shown in Figure H7.12. The maximum tensile normal stress at

section ...

**Section a-a**4 in. 0.1 2 m I 1 0.06 m Section a -a. FIGURE H7.10 8 in. C I [—3 in.— 1

**Section a-a**100 k '//////////////////////////// FIGURE H7.11 7.12 The frame of amachine press is shown in Figure H7.12. The maximum tensile normal stress at

section ...

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### Contents

Internal Forces in Members | 1 |

Hollow Circular ShaftsAngle of Twist and Shearing Stresses | 157 |

4i5 Power Transmission | 169 |

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