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# Refer to Fig. P10-6. Determine the total elongation of strut AB due to a weight W=...

Refer to Fig. P10-6. Determine the total elongation of strut AB due to a weight W= 15 kN if the strut has a 10-mm diameter and is made of 300 mm steel with E 210 GPa.   #### Earn Coins

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