## Strength of materials |

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However, since only y in this relation can be zero, we conclude that the distance

from the

sectional area must be zero; that is, the

the ...

However, since only y in this relation can be zero, we conclude that the distance

from the

**neutral axis**(which is the reference axis) to the centroid of the cross-sectional area must be zero; that is, the

**neutral axis**must contain the centroid ofthe ...

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5-5 UNSYMMETRICAL BEAMS All the beams discussed so far have been

symmetrical with respect to the

directly with distance from the

beam ...

5-5 UNSYMMETRICAL BEAMS All the beams discussed so far have been

symmetrical with respect to the

**neutral axis**. Because flexure stresses varydirectly with distance from the

**neutral axis**— which is the centroidal axis — suchbeam ...

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Pcosfl Psin 8 (a; (b) (c) Figure 13-28 Unsymmetrical bending resolved into

symmetrical bending about x and y axes. ... To determine this inclination, we

locate a point A on it by the condition that the

zero ...

Pcosfl Psin 8 (a; (b) (c) Figure 13-28 Unsymmetrical bending resolved into

symmetrical bending about x and y axes. ... To determine this inclination, we

locate a point A on it by the condition that the

**neutral axis**is the locus of points ofzero ...

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