## 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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Page 49

the cross section (a line in the cross section). Bending Stress For prismatic

beams, the

center ...

**Neutral axis**is the intersection of the neutral surface and the longitudinal axis ofthe cross section (a line in the cross section). Bending Stress For prismatic

beams, the

**neutral axis**lies on the centroid of the cross section. • The geometriccenter ...

Page 51

The flexure formula is used to design homogeneous beams against bending

stresses. (3.6) where M, y, and I are the bending moment, a distance from the

center ...

The flexure formula is used to design homogeneous beams against bending

stresses. (3.6) where M, y, and I are the bending moment, a distance from the

**neutral axis**to any point in the cross section with positive y measured toward thecenter ...

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The second moment of inertia of an area taken about the

represents the first moment of area about the

outer surface and the plane at which the shearing stress is calculated. See Eqs.

The second moment of inertia of an area taken about the

**neutral axis**is I. Qrepresents the first moment of area about the

**neutral axis**for an area between theouter surface and the plane at which the shearing stress is calculated. See Eqs.

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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