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The amount by which the bar is elongated is called

by A, 8, or AL. f Pore Insertinq the definitions of stress a = — and strain 3 v Area/ {

z - ^) into Hooke's law (cj = Es) and rearranging the variables, we obtain 6 = ^ (2.

!)

The amount by which the bar is elongated is called

**deformation**and is denotedby A, 8, or AL. f Pore Insertinq the definitions of stress a = — and strain 3 v Area/ {

z - ^) into Hooke's law (cj = Es) and rearranging the variables, we obtain 6 = ^ (2.

!)

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If the load is applied very slowly (static case), then the

from Eq. 2.1. What if you suddenly push or pull on that spring? The spring would

probably

If the load is applied very slowly (static case), then the

**deformation**is computedfrom Eq. 2.1. What if you suddenly push or pull on that spring? The spring would

probably

**deform**considerably more than if the same force was "softly" applied.Page 51

Both torsion and axial

STRESS To the naked eye, the beam deflection is invisible. Remember that

strains are supposed to be tiny. When a beam deflects, it does so in a circular arc.

Since this ...

Both torsion and axial

**deformation**were covered in Chapter 2. BENDINGSTRESS To the naked eye, the beam deflection is invisible. Remember that

strains are supposed to be tiny. When a beam deflects, it does so in a circular arc.

Since this ...

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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