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In other words, the first moment of the member's cross-sectional area about the

also the horizontal centroidal axis for the cross section.* Consequently, once the

...

In other words, the first moment of the member's cross-sectional area about the

**neutral axis**must be zero. This condition can only be satisfied if the**neutral axis**isalso the horizontal centroidal axis for the cross section.* Consequently, once the

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292 CH (• Here the integral represents the moment of inertia of the beam's cross-

sectional area, computed about the

Hence, Eq. 6-11 can be solved for amax and written in general form as (6-12)

Here ...

292 CH (• Here the integral represents the moment of inertia of the beam's cross-

sectional area, computed about the

**neutral axis**. We symbolize its value as /.Hence, Eq. 6-11 can be solved for amax and written in general form as (6-12)

Here ...

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lM-COm] [(<*,) mo + «0«b] (d) (e) (f. Fig. 6-34(d-f) Orientation of the

The angle a of the

-17 with a = 0, since by definition no normal stress acts on the

lM-COm] [(<*,) mo + «0«b] (d) (e) (f. Fig. 6-34(d-f) Orientation of the

**Neutral Axis**.The angle a of the

**neutral axis**in Fig. 6-34d can be determined by applying Eq. 6-17 with a = 0, since by definition no normal stress acts on the

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