## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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5 Problems 216 chapter 11

strain as tensors 218 11 . 1 General Discussion of Stress 218 11 . 2

Stresses in Two Dimensions ( Plane Stress ) 224

Stress ...

5 Problems 216 chapter 11

**Principal**stresses and**principal**strains . Stress andstrain as tensors 218 11 . 1 General Discussion of Stress 218 11 . 2

**Principal**Stresses in Two Dimensions ( Plane Stress ) 224

**Principal**values given 224Stress ...

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List the further combinations of

is zero . D . Carefully plot the results to parts B and C on a two - dimensional

stressspace plot . On your graph indicate your estimate in pounds per square

inch ...

List the further combinations of

**principal**stress for yield when one**principal**stressis zero . D . Carefully plot the results to parts B and C on a two - dimensional

stressspace plot . On your graph indicate your estimate in pounds per square

inch ...

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17 Secondary

stresses exist and act on planes of zero shear stress ( see also Fig . 11 . 1 ) . as B

changes . These “

17 Secondary

**principal**stresses og , om . Omax Omax ( a ) Fig . 11 . 18**Principal**stresses exist and act on planes of zero shear stress ( see also Fig . 11 . 1 ) . as B

changes . These “

**principal**stresses ” og , On are not real**principal**stresses .### What people are saying - Write a review

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