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We now consider the contact pressures between an axle and its bearing, or

between a

pushes. In Fig. 1-12, the result of an excessive bearing stress is to cause yielding

of the ...

We now consider the contact pressures between an axle and its bearing, or

between a

**rivet**or bolt and the contact surface of the plate against which itpushes. In Fig. 1-12, the result of an excessive bearing stress is to cause yielding

of the ...

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Pitch of the

plate is a in. Find the strength of a repeating section, the efficiency, and maximum

internal pressure. Ans. p = 1 34 psi 1 204. The longitudinal seam of a boiler is a ...

Pitch of the

**rivets**is 3.25 in.; diameter of the**rivet**holes is ^ in.; thickness of theplate is a in. Find the strength of a repeating section, the efficiency, and maximum

internal pressure. Ans. p = 1 34 psi 1 204. The longitudinal seam of a boiler is a ...

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Before applying Eq. (12-6) we compute the value of 2 x2 and 2 y2. There are six

Also, there are eight

.

Before applying Eq. (12-6) we compute the value of 2 x2 and 2 y2. There are six

**rivets**whose x coordinate is 1.5 in. and six**rivets**whose x coordinate is 4.5 in.Also, there are eight

**rivets**whose y coordinate is 4 in. Therefore 2 x2 + 2 y2 = [6(1.

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