## Mechanics of Materials Companion: Case Studies, Design, and RetrofitCase histories--Work with real world engineering problems while learning about engineering history. * Design and Retrofit--Multistep, synthesis approach to problem solving. * Suitable as a companion for any textbook--All chapters are based on general concepts. |

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SHEAR STRENGTH If we want to connect two plates together, the simplest way

is to align the two pieces, drill or punch a

, and put in two cotter pins, one on each outside face. We can use a rivet or a bolt

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SHEAR STRENGTH If we want to connect two plates together, the simplest way

is to align the two pieces, drill or punch a

**hole**through, slip a pin through the**hole**, and put in two cotter pins, one on each outside face. We can use a rivet or a bolt

...

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If the

decreases. Conversely, the magnitude increases if the

Moving the

edges ...

If the

**hole**is moved to the right, the magnitude of the maximum shear forcedecreases. Conversely, the magnitude increases if the

**hole**is moved to the left. •Moving the

**hole**(it becomes a hinge when the rivet is inserted) closer to theedges ...

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Mechanics of Materials Companion might be able to make some reasonable

assumptions to get around the difficult spots. etc. Now let's look at the rivet (pin or

bolt) and the

the ...

Mechanics of Materials Companion might be able to make some reasonable

assumptions to get around the difficult spots. etc. Now let's look at the rivet (pin or

bolt) and the

**hole**. If the**hole**is in the center of the dog, then the bearing load onthe ...

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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