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Once again the total stress can be resolved into components Sx, Sy, Sz, so that
S2 = Sx2 + Sy2 + Sz2 (216) Taking the summation of the forces in the x, y, and z
directions, we arrive at the expressions for the orthogonal components of the total
...
Once again the total stress can be resolved into components Sx, Sy, Sz, so that
S2 = Sx2 + Sy2 + Sz2 (216) Taking the summation of the forces in the x, y, and z
directions, we arrive at the expressions for the orthogonal components of the total
...
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25 that the complete determination of the state of stress at a point in a solid
requires the specification of nine components of stress on the orthogonal faces of
the element at the point. A vector quantity only requires the specification of three
...
25 that the complete determination of the state of stress at a point in a solid
requires the specification of nine components of stress on the orthogonal faces of
the element at the point. A vector quantity only requires the specification of three
...
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216 Force components in orthogonal cutting. where (>'s)max is the estimate of
the maximum value of the thickness of the shear zone, approximately 10" 3 in.
Using realistic values of </> = 20, y. = 5°, v = 600 fpm and (js)max « 10~3 in, we ...
216 Force components in orthogonal cutting. where (>'s)max is the estimate of
the maximum value of the thickness of the shear zone, approximately 10" 3 in.
Using realistic values of </> = 20, y. = 5°, v = 600 fpm and (js)max « 10~3 in, we ...
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