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02-07ChapGere.0021 - 5 F T L EA T 5 s Y L E 5 0.018621 in....

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180 CHAPTER 2 Axially Loaded Members (a) Y IELD LOAD P Y Because the tube and bar are made of the same material, and because the strain in the tube is larger than the strain in the bar, the tube will yield first. F T 5 s Y A T 5 40,644lb d TY 5 shortening of tube at the yield stress d BY 5 shortening of bar 5 d TY 2 c 5 0.008621in. P Y 5 F T 1 F B 5 40,644 lb 1 29,453 lb 5 70,097 lb (b) P LASTIC LOAD P P F T 5 s Y A T F B 5 s Y A B d BP 5 shortening of bar d TP 5 d BP 1 c 5 0.028621in. d P 5 d TP 5 0.02862 in. 5 F B ¢ L EA B 5 s Y L E 5 0.018621 in. 5 104,300 lb P P 5 F T 1 F B 5 s Y ( A T 1 A B ) P Y 5 70,100 lb F B 5 EA B L d BY 5 29,453 lb d Y 5 d TY 5 0.01862 in. d TY
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Unformatted text preview: 5 F T L EA T 5 s Y L E 5 0.018621 in. (c) L OAD-DISPLACEMENT DIAGRAM ± P ± P 1 : slope 5 2180k/in. P 1 ± P ± P Y : slope 5 5600k/in. P Y ± P ± P P : slope 5 3420k/in. P P P Y 5 1.49 Ê d P d Y 5 1.54 P Y P 1 5 3.21 Ê d Y d 1 5 1.86 20 40 60 80 100 0.01 0.02 0.03 d (in.) P (kips) P P P 1 d 1 d Y d P P Y A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark...
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