Statics

1. Concurrent Forces 2. Strain 3. Modulus of elasticity. 4. 0.053" 5. internal forces act in the opposite direction from that assumed. 6. I and II 7. 200 psi 8. unit stress at which the material continues to deform with not increase in load. 9. up to the elastic limit, unit stress is in direct See the full article →

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Temperature decrease of 50 degrees See the full article →

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Find required diameter if elongation not to exceed 0.005" and find required diameter if unit stress not exceed 24,000 psi See the full article →

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ksi of steel = 20,000,000 psi modulus of elasticitY = hooke's law or young's modulus (same thing) See the full article →

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f= P/A See the full article →

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Unit stress (f) is equal to the load (P) divided by the cross sectional area (A) See the full article →

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Divide into rectangles and calculate the area of each rectangle See the full article →

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