Mechanics of Materials

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Firewall Media, 2002 - Strength of materials - 952 pages
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Question no:10.16can someone pls elaborate or explain it...coz m not getting it the way the problem is being solved by taking 1/3rd of the area ;how did it come coz there's no way to put in those values ;the way i see it..coz there no such section of such areas in there;and then again making use of the parallel axis theorem in the second part. 

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Contents

CHAPTER
11
3
11
2
14
2
20
SIMPLE STRESSES AND STRAINS
29
Elastic Constants
97
PRINCIPAL STRESSES
123
PRINCIPAL STRAINS
177
DEFLECTION OF BEAMs III CoNJUGATE BEAM METHOD
523
TV STRAIN ENERGY METHOD
543
FIXED BEAMS
565
CONTINUOUS BEAMS
609
Additional Illustrative Examples
622
COMBINED DIRECT AND BENDING STRESSES
633
MASONRY STRUCTURES RETAINING WALLs DAMS AND CHIMNEYS
649
COLUMNS
687

STRAIN ENERGY RESILIENCE AND IMPACT LOADING
201
CHAPTER THEORIES OF ELASTIC FAILURE
233
CHAPTER CENTROIDS AND MOMENTS OF INERTIA OF PLANE AREAS
251
CHAPTER SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT
281
BENDING STRESSES IN BEAMS
345
1
355
I DOUBLE INTEGRATION METHOD
425
ToRSION OF SHAFTS
735
SPRINGS
779
THICK CYLINDERS AND SPHERES
831
ANALYSIS OF PERFECT FRAMES
859
WELDED CONNECTIONS
921
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