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A section of 51 mm diameter standard-weight steel pipe is bent as shown in the figure below and embedded in a concrete footing. Calculate the maximum load P that may be applied if the allowable compressive stress at point B is 80 MPa

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The solution explains how to calculate the max load that a steel pipe can withstand. The maximum load and allowable compressive stress points are determined.

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