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The ideal treatment for such materials is to locate the centroidal or neutral axis in

such a position that the ratio of the distances from it to the fibers in tension and in

compression is exactly the same as the ratio of the

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The ideal treatment for such materials is to locate the centroidal or neutral axis in

such a position that the ratio of the distances from it to the fibers in tension and in

compression is exactly the same as the ratio of the

**allowable stresses**in tension...

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Assume that the

materials, for example, wood and steel, may be transformed into equivalent ...

Assume that the

**allowable**shearing**stress**is 350 kPa and the**allowable**bond**stress**is SS0 kPa. Ans. V = 39.6 kN SUMMARY Nonhomogeneous beams of twomaterials, for example, wood and steel, may be transformed into equivalent ...

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Find the allowable load P if the working stresses are t = 80 MPa, a, = 90 MPa.

and ab = 120 MPa. Ans. P = 1 1 1 kN 150 mmf * <i- 14 mm ^f2 = Figure P-1223

and P-1224 10 mm 1224. Repeat Prob. 1223 assuming that the

Find the allowable load P if the working stresses are t = 80 MPa, a, = 90 MPa.

and ab = 120 MPa. Ans. P = 1 1 1 kN 150 mmf * <i- 14 mm ^f2 = Figure P-1223

and P-1224 10 mm 1224. Repeat Prob. 1223 assuming that the

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