## Strength of materials |

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... from which the strain becomes _ yd8 _ y '" pdO" p

homogeneous and obeys Hooke's law (

given by a = Ei = Equation (a) indicates that the stress in any fiber varies directly ...

... from which the strain becomes _ yd8 _ y '" pdO" p

**Assuming**that the material ishomogeneous and obeys Hooke's law (

**assumption**2), the stress in fiber gh isgiven by a = Ei = Equation (a) indicates that the stress in any fiber varies directly ...

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It can be shown that the stress at the edge of any layer must be tangent to the

surface, as in the right half of the figure; but the direction of shearing stresses at

interior points is unknown, although they are

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It can be shown that the stress at the edge of any layer must be tangent to the

surface, as in the right half of the figure; but the direction of shearing stresses at

interior points is unknown, although they are

**assumed**to pass through a common...

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It is usually

the concrete beam serving merely to position the steel that carries the entire

tensile load. The steel is

...

It is usually

**assumed**that the concrete carries no tensile stress, the tensile side ofthe concrete beam serving merely to position the steel that carries the entire

tensile load. The steel is

**assumed**to be uniformly stressed (since it is all at nearly...

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