## A Graduated Course in Strength and Elasticity of Materials, Volume 2 |

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### Contents

CHAPTER | xii |

SHEAR STRESS AND SHEAR STRAIN 41 | 13 |

MOMENTS OP AREA 101 | 26 |

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amplitude angle angular axial B.M. diagram cantilever centre centroid compressive stress continuous beam cos2 cosh curve cylinder disc displacement distance elastic equal equation Example feet long free end frequency helical spring hence hoop stress horizontal inches in diameter inclined inertia longitudinal magnitude maximum B.M. maximum deflection maximum shear stress moments of inertia motion notation of Fig oscillation parallel portion position pounds per square principal axes principal planes principal stresses Problem radial radius radius of gyration resilience resultant stress revolutions per minute rotation shaft shearing force shown in Fig simple harmonic motion sin2 span square inch strain stress on planes strut tangent tensile stress tons per sq tons per square tons-feet torsion transverse uniform section uniformly distributed load unit length velocity vertical vibrations weight whirling speed wire zero