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6-32a, the orientation of the principal

either the inertia transformation equations or Mohr's circle of inertia as explained

in Appendix A. Sec. A-5. If the area has an axis of symmetry, however, the

principal ...

6-32a, the orientation of the principal

**axes**can always be determined, usingeither the inertia transformation equations or Mohr's circle of inertia as explained

in Appendix A. Sec. A-5. If the area has an axis of symmetry, however, the

principal ...

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Sometimes a member may be loaded such that the resultant internal moment

does not act about one of the principal

occurs, the moment should first be resolved into components directed along the

principal ...

Sometimes a member may be loaded such that the resultant internal moment

does not act about one of the principal

**axes**of the cross section. When thisoccurs, the moment should first be resolved into components directed along the

principal ...

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From Eq. A-10, it may be seen that Ix', Iy, and Ixy depend on the angle of

inclination, 6, of the x' , y'

...

From Eq. A-10, it may be seen that Ix', Iy, and Ixy depend on the angle of

inclination, 6, of the x' , y'

**axes**. We will now determine the orientation of the x' , y'**axes**about which the moments of inertia for the area, Ix' and Iy, are maximum and...

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