## Mechanics of Materials |

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to a constant uniform deformation as noted, it is reasonable to assume further that

this deformation is caused by a constant normal stress a, which is then uniformly

distributed over the bar's cross-

to a constant uniform deformation as noted, it is reasonable to assume further that

this deformation is caused by a constant normal stress a, which is then uniformly

distributed over the bar's cross-

**sectional area**, Fig. \-\4d. Since each area A A ...Page 378

The shear formula can be used to find the shear-stress distribution acting over

the cross-

material that has linear-elastic behavior. It is required that the internal resultant ...

The shear formula can be used to find the shear-stress distribution acting over

the cross-

**sectional area**of a straight prismatic member made of homogeneousmaterial that has linear-elastic behavior. It is required that the internal resultant ...

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Determine the distance y to the centroid C of the beam's cross-

The beam is symmetric with respect to the y axis. A-2. Determine Ix and Iy for the

beam's cross-

the ...

Determine the distance y to the centroid C of the beam's cross-

**sectional area**.The beam is symmetric with respect to the y axis. A-2. Determine Ix and Iy for the

beam's cross-

**sectional area**. Probs. A-1/A-2 y an' 20 mm 20 mm A-3. Determinethe ...

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