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So again it becomes necessary to perform the calculations using a safe or

allowable stress. ... The

load that can be carried by the member until it fails in a particular manner (P(m)

divided ...

So again it becomes necessary to perform the calculations using a safe or

allowable stress. ... The

**factor of safety**(F.S.) is a ratio of a theoretical maximumload that can be carried by the member until it fails in a particular manner (P(m)

divided ...

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In any of these equations, the

than 1 in order to avoid the potential for failure. Specific values depend on the

types of materials to be used and the intended purpose of the structure or

machine.

In any of these equations, the

**factor of safety**is generally chosen to be greaterthan 1 in order to avoid the potential for failure. Specific values depend on the

types of materials to be used and the intended purpose of the structure or

machine.

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If P = 30 kip, determine the

axis due to the applied loading. £s, = 29(103)ksi, oy = 36 ksi. 13-39. The steel bar

AB of the frame is pin-connected at its ends. Determine the largest load P that ...

If P = 30 kip, determine the

**factor of safety**with respect to buckling about the y-yaxis due to the applied loading. £s, = 29(103)ksi, oy = 36 ksi. 13-39. The steel bar

AB of the frame is pin-connected at its ends. Determine the largest load P that ...

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