## Mechanics of materials |

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### Contents

TENSION COMPRESSION AND SHEAR | 2 |

ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND STRAIN | 42 |

SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT | 94 |

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analysis angle of rotation applied assumed axial force beam shown bending moment diagram calculated cantilever beam centroid column complementary energy compressive stress concentrated load consider constant corresponding cross-sectional area curvature deflection curve deformations denoted Derive Determine diameter differential equation distance element elongation equal equilibrium example expression factor of safety figure flange flexibility method formula free end hence Hooke's law horizontal integration joint displacements length loads acting material maximum shear stress Mohr's circle moments of inertia neutral axis normal stress obtain plastic potential energy preceding principal stresses Prob product of inertia reactions rectangular cross section redundants released structure respect shear center shear force shear strain shown in Fig simple beam solved statically indeterminate steel stiffness method strain energy stress resultants Substituting superposition tensile tension theorem torque torsion truss ultimate load uniform load unit-load method vertical virtual weight yield zero