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Normal stress due to tension or compression P P = force, N(lbf); A = area (m2, in2) = A Max. normal stress due to bending moment Mc M = moment, Nm(lb-in); c = max distance = from neutral plane, m(in); I = area moment I of inertia, m4(in4). Note tension/compression Moment of inertia I = y 2 dA Rectangular section I = bh /12. Hollow circular I = (R -Ri4)/4. Others see table. Parallel axis theorem Ix' = Ix + d2A. Max. shear stress due to torsion T = torsion, Nm(lb-in); r = max distance Tr = from neutral plane, m(in); J= polar moment J of inertia, m4(in4). Hollow circular J = (R4 -Ri4)/2. Others see table.
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