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Correspondence. Distribution of Tensile Stress in Beams

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Correspondence. Distribution of Tensile Stress in Beams
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The problem raised by your correspondent, F.W. Davey, in the current issue of your journal contains a fundamental error in the analysis and his results are therefore valueless.

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