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5.26 L = 15 ft, P = 30 kips, cross section

50 kips, cross section

5.27 if the load P acts in a plane that contains the u principal centroidal axis for ...

5.26 L = 15 ft, P = 30 kips, cross section

**shown in Figure**H5.6. 5.27 L = 25 ft, P =50 kips, cross section

**shown in Figure**H5.7. 5.28-5.30 Repeat Problems 5.25 to5.27 if the load P acts in a plane that contains the u principal centroidal axis for ...

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applicable to any arbitrary cross-sectional area as long as the material is not

stressed beyond the proportional limit. Consider, for example, the circular shaft

axial ...

applicable to any arbitrary cross-sectional area as long as the material is not

stressed beyond the proportional limit. Consider, for example, the circular shaft

**shown in Figure**7.1(a), which is subjected to the combined effects of the tensileaxial ...

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7.32 The following data apply to the crank shaft

kN, e = 0.30 m, d = 0.50 m, and the maximum tensile stress at point D is known to

be 100 MPa. Determine the diameter of the crank shaft. 7.33 Repeat Problem ...

7.32 The following data apply to the crank shaft

**shown in Figure**7.7(a): F — 12kN, e = 0.30 m, d = 0.50 m, and the maximum tensile stress at point D is known to

be 100 MPa. Determine the diameter of the crank shaft. 7.33 Repeat Problem ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Torsionally Loaded Members in Equilibrium | 14 |

Shear and Bending Moment in Beams | 23 |

Copyright | |

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