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the plane of the sectioned area. In order to show how this stress can develop, we

will consider the effect of applying a

supports ...

**Shear**stress has been defined in Sec. 1-3 as the stress component that acts inthe plane of the sectioned area. In order to show how this stress can develop, we

will consider the effect of applying a

**force**P to the bar in Fig. 1-20a. If thesupports ...

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If the glue has an allowable strength of 400 lb/in2, determine the maximum shear

the beam will support. 7-34. The box beam is ... Determine the shear stress in the

weld necessary to support the

If the glue has an allowable strength of 400 lb/in2, determine the maximum shear

the beam will support. 7-34. The box beam is ... Determine the shear stress in the

weld necessary to support the

**shear force**of V = 80 kN. *7-36. The double ...Page 411

The box girder is subjected to a shear of V = 15 kN. De- 7-65. A

18 kN is applied to the symmetric termine (a) the shear flow developed at point B

and (b) the maxi- box girder. Determine the shear flow at A and B. mum shear ...

The box girder is subjected to a shear of V = 15 kN. De- 7-65. A

**shear force**of V =18 kN is applied to the symmetric termine (a) the shear flow developed at point B

and (b) the maxi- box girder. Determine the shear flow at A and B. mum shear ...

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Strain | 67 |

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