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The stresses across any typical section m-n are the result of the superposition of

the direct

Mc/I = (Pe)c/I) in Fig. 9-5d. If the maximum flexural stress is larger than the direct ...

The stresses across any typical section m-n are the result of the superposition of

the direct

**compressive stress**(aa = PI A) in Fig. 9-5c and the flexural stress (af=Mc/I = (Pe)c/I) in Fig. 9-5d. If the maximum flexural stress is larger than the direct ...

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plane of maximum tensile stress is 45° clockwise from the x axis, as shown in Fig.

9-23a. The lines in Fig. 9-24 that ... Further visualization of the tensile and

distorted ...

plane of maximum tensile stress is 45° clockwise from the x axis, as shown in Fig.

9-23a. The lines in Fig. 9-24 that ... Further visualization of the tensile and

**compressive stresses**induced by pure shear is provided in Fig. 9-25. Thedistorted ...

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Columns 11-1 INTRODUCTION A column is a compression member that is so

slender compared to its length that under ... (Art. 9-3, page 316), and the resultant

stress is due to a combination of a direct

Columns 11-1 INTRODUCTION A column is a compression member that is so

slender compared to its length that under ... (Art. 9-3, page 316), and the resultant

stress is due to a combination of a direct

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