## Mechanics of Materials |

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In particular, note that K is independent of the bar's

depends only on the bar's geometry and the type of discontinuity. As the size r of

the discontinuity is decreased, the stress concentration is increased. For example

...

In particular, note that K is independent of the bar's

**material**properties; rather, itdepends only on the bar's geometry and the type of discontinuity. As the size r of

the discontinuity is decreased, the stress concentration is increased. For example

...

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Stiff

stress variation (profile view) ki) Bending stress variation Fig. 6-39(a-d) To

explain how to apply the transformed-section method, consider the composite

beam to ...

Stiff

**material**Less stiff**material**Normal strain variation (profile view) (c) Bendingstress variation (profile view) ki) Bending stress variation Fig. 6-39(a-d) To

explain how to apply the transformed-section method, consider the composite

beam to ...

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When an engineer is faced with the problem of design using a specific

becomes important to place an upper limit on the state of stress that defines the

When an engineer is faced with the problem of design using a specific

**material**, itbecomes important to place an upper limit on the state of stress that defines the

**material's**failure. If the**material**is ductile, failure is usually specified by the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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