Mechanics of Materials (10th Edition)

10th Edition

ISBN: 9780134319650

Author: Russell C. Hibbeler

Publisher: PEARSON

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Chapter 10.6, Problem 10.44P

A uniform edge load of 500 lb/in. and 350 lb/in. is applied to the polystyrene specimen. If the specimen is originally square and has dimensions of *a =* 2 in., *b* = 2 in., and a thickness of *t* = 0.25 in., determine its new dimensions *a'*, *b'*, and *t'* after the load is applied. *E _{p}* = 597(10

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