## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**length**a , in virtue of its stress p and velocity v . Thus , in Fig . 3 ( c ) , the potential energy of the bar of unit cross - sectional area and of**length**a having a stress p ( point A ) is represented by the hatched triangle △ ADE ...Page 121

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**length**l3 = 200 in . of the bar is subjected to stress p3 , then the first**length**l = 260 in . to på stress , then again the first**length**77 = 370 in . to stress p7 , and so on , until finally the first**length**13 = 850 in . , to stress ...Page 506

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**length**in specific directions . In the concept of energy ( " work " ) , for instance ,**length**is measured in the direction of the force ; while with torque ,**length**is measured in a direction perpendicular to the force . This is the ...### Contents

EDITOR HENRY BUTLER ALLEN MET E D Sc Sc D | 104 |

History of Power Transmission | 192 |

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