## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Of course , the stresses computed from the dead weights alone are not the actual

stresses . A normal

the material . As seen in Fig . 5 . 1 , the standard tension test then starts out as ...

Of course , the stresses computed from the dead weights alone are not the actual

stresses . A normal

**compressive stress**po must be added on every plane throughthe material . As seen in Fig . 5 . 1 , the standard tension test then starts out as ...

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A . When the extreme fiber stress ( the maximum stress ) just reaches oo , find the

moments 1 . M , Y 2 . M , about the ... Determine the ratio of the maximum tensile

stress to the maximum

A . When the extreme fiber stress ( the maximum stress ) just reaches oo , find the

moments 1 . M , Y 2 . M , about the ... Determine the ratio of the maximum tensile

stress to the maximum

**compressive stress**under pure bending . 3 . Find the ...Page 414

A small bending moment M is added to a bar element of length Ax , while the

axial compression P is maintained constant . At each point where the bending

action adds | Aess to the compressive strain Ea , the normal

on the ...

A small bending moment M is added to a bar element of length Ax , while the

axial compression P is maintained constant . At each point where the bending

action adds | Aess to the compressive strain Ea , the normal

**compressive stress**on the ...

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