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- Engineering Design Process
- Axial Loading; See a Simple Stretching Animation
To see the material axial test animation, click "Animations" from the main menu, then choose "Stress-Strain Diagram".
- Axial Design: Battery Strap
- Bending: Design for Strength, Stiffness and Stress Concentrations
To see the bending animations, click "Animations" from the main menu, then choose "Bending" or "Shear Moment Diagrams".
- Van Voorhis's notes and examples of bending and torque
- Column Buckling: Design using Euler Theory
To see the buckling animation, click "Animations" from the main menu, then choose "buckling".
- Plane Stress: Combined Loading/Stress Design Supplement Notes unfinished
To see the Mohr's circle animation, click "Animations" from the main menu, then choose "Mohr's circle" or "Mohr's circle (procedure)"
- Torsion: Power Transmission and Stress Concentrations Design Supplement
To see the torsion animation, click "Animations" from the main menu, then choose "Torsion" or "Torsion with-a-cut".
- Advanced example from Granta Material Intelligence that, given enough time, EMch 13 students could do it.
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