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A.I.S.C. specifications allowable flexural stress allowable load allowable stress angle applied Article assumed beam carries beam in Figure bending moment diagram butt joint cantilever beam carries a uniformly caused centroid column compression member compressive stress Compute the maximum concentrated load concrete conjugate beam couple Determine the maximum dimensions distance elastic curve elongation factor of safety fillet fixed end formula free end free-body holes horizontal I-beam lap joint left end main plate material maximum bending maximum deflection maximum flexural stress maximum stress modulus of elasticity neutral axis neutral plane normal stress pitch length portion principal stresses proportional limit reaction resisting resultant shear stress rivets shear and bending shear curve shear force shown in Figure simple beam slope Solution span static statically determinate stresses developed tangent tank temperature tensile stress tension thick torsional shear stress uniformly distributed load weight weld yield point zero

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ÍSÉRLETI ÉS NUMERIKUS FESZÜLTSÉGANALÍZIS

K. Pearson, ma: A History of the Theory of Elasticity and Strength of Materials. Vol.I. From Galilei to Saint-Venant, 1639-1850, Vol.II. ...

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