## Strength of materials |

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Energy | 16 |

Analysis of Forces and Moments | 34 |

Distributed Forces Force Fields | 46 |

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actual analysis angle applied assumed axial force axial loading axial stress buckling Calculate caused centroid Closed book column compression computed constant cross section cross-sectional area curvature derived determined diameter distributed force distributed shear force eccentricity effect elastic range element energy equal equation example factor of safety failure fatigue Figure flange force field force-deflection formula inelastic joint lb/in length material maximum shear stress method modulus Mohr's circle moments neutral axis Note obtained plane plastic strain plate plotted Poisson's ratio principal axes Prob pure bending radial radius ratio relationship represents rivet rotation shear center shear strain shown in Fig shows slope statically statically indeterminate steel straight strength strength of materials stress concentration stress-strain diagram structure Substituting Table tension theory thickness thin-walled tion torsion transmitted transverse truss tube ultimate tensile stress vertical yield stress zero