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Mechanical Engineering
Take Eq 8 22 and express km Ed as a function
Take Eq 8 22 and express km Ed as a function
Take Eq. (8–22) and express km /(Ed) as a function of l/d, then compare with Eq. (8–23) for d / l = 0.5.
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