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a * Figure 1-2 Exploratory section a-a through loaded member. a have

equilibrium — a condition generally prevailing in structures. If the resultant is not

zero, we may apply inertia forces to bring about dynamic equilibrium. Such cases

are ...

a * Figure 1-2 Exploratory section a-a through loaded member. a have

**static**equilibrium — a condition generally prevailing in structures. If the resultant is not

zero, we may apply inertia forces to bring about dynamic equilibrium. Such cases

are ...

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Restrained Beams 7-1 INTRODUCTION Our study of simple stresses and torsion

has shown that statically indeterminate problems require relations between the

elastic deformations in addition to the equations of

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Restrained Beams 7-1 INTRODUCTION Our study of simple stresses and torsion

has shown that statically indeterminate problems require relations between the

elastic deformations in addition to the equations of

**static**equilibrium. Similarly, for...

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The ratio of the maximum dynamic deformation b to the

gives a value that may be called the impact factor. This is easily determined by

rearranging Eq. (b) in the form Multiplying mg by this factor gives an equivalent

impact ...

The ratio of the maximum dynamic deformation b to the

**static**deformation 5s,gives a value that may be called the impact factor. This is easily determined by

rearranging Eq. (b) in the form Multiplying mg by this factor gives an equivalent

impact ...

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