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# Example1 - Axilally Loaded Bar Stress and Strain Example An...

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Unformatted text preview: Axilally Loaded Bar: Stress and Strain Example An aluminum member has a length of 3 in. and a circular cross-section of diameter 2 in. If E = 10 x 106 psi, 'v = 0.3, and an axial compressive force shortens the member by 12 x 10‘3 in., determine the following: a) The magnitude of the compressive stress b) The axial strain (with correct sign) 0) The increase in diameter of the member. A 550‘”: L’A'b’”‘% ’5 WéldD 59’ an Thin-4‘" sheets; Awe S “4’ M5: alwﬁram. E =~ lax/J? #:0r'3 P"- w -3 F f=12xm :n (ngjpri‘lvé all/4‘3 4'" 7 campﬁ‘ﬁsgfﬂ'y‘) lecture 3 ...
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