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5-2 DERIVATION OF

moment are known as bending or flexure stresses, and the relation between

these stresses and the bending moment is expressed by the

5-2 DERIVATION OF

**FLEXURE FORMULA**The stresses caused by the bendingmoment are known as bending or flexure stresses, and the relation between

these stresses and the bending moment is expressed by the

**flexure formula**.Page 135

Equating the ratio E/p from Eq. (5-1) with its value from Eq. (a), we have E = M=a

ply which leads directly to the

that the flexure stress in any section varies directly with the distance of the ...

Equating the ratio E/p from Eq. (5-1) with its value from Eq. (a), we have E = M=a

ply which leads directly to the

**flexure formula*** a = — (5-2) This formula indicatesthat the flexure stress in any section varies directly with the distance of the ...

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Flexural action, analysis of, 158 Flexural center. See Shear center Flexural

rigidity, 183 Flexure, limit analysis of, 5 10

limitations, 1 3 1 Floor framing, 148 Force, notation for internal, 3 Friction-type ...

Flexural action, analysis of, 158 Flexural center. See Shear center Flexural

rigidity, 183 Flexure, limit analysis of, 5 10

**Flexure formula**, 1 35 assumptions andlimitations, 1 3 1 Floor framing, 148 Force, notation for internal, 3 Friction-type ...

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