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Page 45
The high sensitivity, stability, comparative ruggedness, and ease of application
make resistance strain gages a very powerful tool for strain determination. For
practical problems of experimental stress analysis it is often important to
determine ...
The high sensitivity, stability, comparative ruggedness, and ease of application
make resistance strain gages a very powerful tool for strain determination. For
practical problems of experimental stress analysis it is often important to
determine ...
Page 46
The twodimensional version of Eq. (2.47) can then be used to determine the
principal strains. Eg = EX cos2 9 + ey sin2 9 + yxy sin 9 cos 9 (253) A more
convenient method of determining the principal strains from strain gage readings
than ...
The twodimensional version of Eq. (2.47) can then be used to determine the
principal strains. Eg = EX cos2 9 + ey sin2 9 + yxy sin 9 cos 9 (253) A more
convenient method of determining the principal strains from strain gage readings
than ...
Page 582
A number of identical specimens are deformed by different amounts, and the
progress of the deformation is determined from the distortion of the network.
Either rectangular or polarcoordinate grids are used, depending on the
application.
A number of identical specimens are deformed by different amounts, and the
progress of the deformation is determined from the distortion of the network.
Either rectangular or polarcoordinate grids are used, depending on the
application.
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Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
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