## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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chapter 4 Simple shear 4 . 1 /

TENSION AND COMPRESSION The stress - strain relations for homogeneous

tension and compression represent a very limited aspect of the complete stress ...

chapter 4 Simple shear 4 . 1 /

**SHEAR STRESS**IN HOMOGENEOUS SIMPLETENSION AND COMPRESSION The stress - strain relations for homogeneous

tension and compression represent a very limited aspect of the complete stress ...

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Perhaps maximum

types ; perhaps a very complicated function of

basis for decision can be achieved only by delving much more deeply into the

nature ...

Perhaps maximum

**shear stress**alone is significant for inelastic behavior of alltypes ; perhaps a very complicated function of

**shear stress**governs . A rationalbasis for decision can be achieved only by delving much more deeply into the

nature ...

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2 Planes of maximum

= angle ABC = 45° braically ( tension positive ) the greatest , and on another

algebraically the least , normal stress for any plane through the point . Call the ...

2 Planes of maximum

**shear stress**( see Fig . 11 . 1 ) . 01 - 03 Tmax = angle BAC= angle ABC = 45° braically ( tension positive ) the greatest , and on another

algebraically the least , normal stress for any plane through the point . Call the ...

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