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9-8a, at a point 1 in. to the right and 2 in. above the

section for which h = 10 in. and b = 6 in. Compute the stress at each corner and

the location of the neutral axis. Illustrate the answers with a sketch similar to Fig.

9-8b.

9-8a, at a point 1 in. to the right and 2 in. above the

**centroid**of a rectangularsection for which h = 10 in. and b = 6 in. Compute the stress at each corner and

the location of the neutral axis. Illustrate the answers with a sketch similar to Fig.

9-8b.

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12-7 ECCENTRICALLY LOADED BEARING-TYPE CONNECTIONS Occasionally

it is impossible to load a connection so that the load passes through the

of the connector group. Such a condition is called eccentric loading; the load is ...

12-7 ECCENTRICALLY LOADED BEARING-TYPE CONNECTIONS Occasionally

it is impossible to load a connection so that the load passes through the

**centroid**of the connector group. Such a condition is called eccentric loading; the load is ...

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about the

also contain the

center coincides with the

shear ...

about the

**centroid**of the section balance out, and the plane of the loads mustalso contain the

**centroid**if twisting is to be avoided. We conclude that the shearcenter coincides with the

**centroid**of the wide-flange section. In general, theshear ...

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