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Axial

were any indication of how our mechanical world is put together, there are really

two simple and fundamental movements- translation and rotation.

Axial

**Load and Torsion**If the equilibrium equations we saw in the first chapterwere any indication of how our mechanical world is put together, there are really

two simple and fundamental movements- translation and rotation.

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In the former case of sudden impact load (see Fig. 2.3), the deformation is given

by the expression 25 Axial

spring (2.4) where , 8_,„- , and h are the maximum deformation, the max spring ...

In the former case of sudden impact load (see Fig. 2.3), the deformation is given

by the expression 25 Axial

**Load and Torsion**8 =5 . + max spring 5spring + 2 ^spring (2.4) where , 8_,„- , and h are the maximum deformation, the max spring ...

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As the load F is applied to the spring, the wire rotates by an amount 0 from torque

(T). Since the integrand is constant, we can write L=( ) G = J 35 Axial

the ...

As the load F is applied to the spring, the wire rotates by an amount 0 from torque

(T). Since the integrand is constant, we can write L=( ) G = J 35 Axial

**Load and****Torsion**L=( ( ) 71 ( h ( ) . e = 0.585 The moment arm of the load F is dc/2. Thenthe ...

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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