## Light Metals in Structural Engineering |

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### Contents

THE ELASTIC CONSTANTS | 10 |

J Chapter II RESILIENCE | 20 |

TORSION | 27 |

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adopted Aluminium alloy sand aluminium alloy sheets angle applied approximately AZM alloy Bars and sections beam cent centre of area column compression members compressive constant contraflexure cross-sectional area curve cylinder deflection denotes diameter distance duralumin elastic limit elastic modulus employed engineering purposes equal equation Euler's formula example factor of safety Fe+Si flange formula girder given Hence Hooke's law hoop stress inches joint known light metals longitudinal material max.t mid-span Moments of inertia neutral axis outer fibres plastic plate pressure produced proof stress properties radius represents resilience resistance result rivets Sand and gravity sections and forgings shaft shear stress shearing force Sheet and strip sheets and coils simply supported specimen steel strength of materials stress induced subjected suitable for pistons temperature tensile stress thickness tons tons/sq torsional tubes ultimate tensile strength uniformly distributed load zero