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Wind Pressure on Chimney

I can help you with this problem. Let's break it down step by step. Given: Height of chimney: 18m External dimensions of the square section: 2.4m x 2.4m Internal hollow square section: 1m x 1m Unit ...
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Shaft undergoes torsion and centrifugal stress

Unless you have direct transversal shear in the section, the torsion stress indicated on your differential element as $ \ \sigma_1 \ $ is the shear stress. If the section is subject to transversal ...
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Wind Pressure on Chimney

You are going to wind up looking for 2 unknowns: The minimum wind pressure. The height at which the bricks will first enter into Tension. When you rotate the direction of the wind by 45 degrees, ...
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