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Figure P-257 2-6 THERMAL STRESSES It is well known that changes in

temperature cause bodies to expand or contract, the amount of the linear

the coefficient ...

Figure P-257 2-6 THERMAL STRESSES It is well known that changes in

temperature cause bodies to expand or contract, the amount of the linear

**deformation**, bT, being expressed by the relation 5r = aUAT) (2-14) in which a isthe coefficient ...

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The geometric relations between the temperature and load

sketch give equations that, together with the equations of static equilibrium, may

be solved for all unknown quantities. The following examples illustrate these ...

The geometric relations between the temperature and load

**deformations**on thesketch give equations that, together with the equations of static equilibrium, may

be solved for all unknown quantities. The following examples illustrate these ...

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Replacing the

1 1.7 X 10^X2.5X40) = + (0.5 X 10"3) from which we obtain a = 53.6 MPa Ans.

Notice that the yield of the walls reduces the stress considerably, and also that

the ...

Replacing the

**deformations**by equivalent terms, we obtain aL(AT) = + yield E or (1 1.7 X 10^X2.5X40) = + (0.5 X 10"3) from which we obtain a = 53.6 MPa Ans.

Notice that the yield of the walls reduces the stress considerably, and also that

the ...

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