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  § 3.4 Design Problems Note the design objectives listed in this section. Not all of these may be considerations in  your  design problems, but they are generally important:   system must not fail during normal use .  performance objectives are adequately met.  hazards are adequately addressed .  all foreseeable uses must be anticipated and accounted for to the extent possible or  reasonable.  design work must be  documented  and  archived .  design must be cost-effective.  system must be relatively easy to manufacture and assemble.  energy efficiency in manufacture and use must be considered.  design must consider environmental impact.
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Limit loads for various mechanical components are given in tables in Section 3.4.  Here is  a portion of Table 3.2 for steel bar: Note that tensile and compressive loads are  not equal  when inducing failure.  A structural 
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course EMA 201 taught by Professor Witt during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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