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Advanced Mechanics of Materials and Applied Elasticity, Fifth Edition by Saul K. Fenster, Ansel C. Ugural

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Appendix D. Tables and Charts

The properties of materials vary widely depending on numerous factors, including chemical composition, manufacturing processes, internal defects, temperature, and dimensions of test specimens. Hence, the approximate values presented in Table D.1 are not necessarily suitable for specific application. Tabulated data are for reference in solving problems in the text. For details, see, for example, Refs. D.1 and D.2.

The International System of Units (SI) replaces the U.S. Customary Units, which have long been used by engineers in this country. The basic quantities in the two systems are as follows:

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