## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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7.34 A rectangular bar of steel, 1 in. wide, 4 in. high, and 3 ft long, is heated

uniformly on its top

temperature induced in the bar is 164°F everywhere at the top

at ...

7.34 A rectangular bar of steel, 1 in. wide, 4 in. high, and 3 ft long, is heated

uniformly on its top

**surface**and insulated completely on its two side**surfaces**. Thetemperature induced in the bar is 164°F everywhere at the top

**surface**and 100°Fat ...

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Strain rosettes The plane-strain situation with t, = 0 rarely is encountered in the

laboratory or the outside world, but measurements of strain in the free

machines, structures, and other devices are employed frequently to improve ...

Strain rosettes The plane-strain situation with t, = 0 rarely is encountered in the

laboratory or the outside world, but measurements of strain in the free

**surfaces**ofmachines, structures, and other devices are employed frequently to improve ...

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11.8 / PROBLEMS OF STRAIN IN A

are bonded to the outside

10.1A, E = 30 X 10« psi, " = 0.30. Each rosette is mounted with one gage in the ...

11.8 / PROBLEMS OF STRAIN IN A

**SURFACE**11.16 Three rectangular rosettesare bonded to the outside

**surface**of the 6-in.-OD 4-in.-ID 1045 steel bar of Prob.10.1A, E = 30 X 10« psi, " = 0.30. Each rosette is mounted with one gage in the ...

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