## Mechanics of Materials |

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The inclined member in Fig. l-26a is subjected to a

Determine the average

AB and BC, and the average shear stress along the horizontal plane defined by ...

The inclined member in Fig. l-26a is subjected to a

**compressive**force of 600 lb.Determine the average

**compressive**stress along the areas of contact defined byAB and BC, and the average shear stress along the horizontal plane defined by ...

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At its top B it is subjected to an axial

be useful only for finding the average

from ...

At its top B it is subjected to an axial

**compressive**force of 15 kN. Determine the**compressive**stress in the column at z = 1 m, 2 m, and 3 m. Note: The result willbe useful only for finding the average

**compressive**stress at a section removedfrom ...

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or ey<-h Ans. In other words, if -£/i «6 ey =s JA, the stress in the block along edge

AB or CD will be zero or remain

the "middle-third rule." It is obviously important to keep this rule in mind when ...

or ey<-h Ans. In other words, if -£/i «6 ey =s JA, the stress in the block along edge

AB or CD will be zero or remain

**compressive**. This is sometimes referred to asthe "middle-third rule." It is obviously important to keep this rule in mind when ...

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