## Strength of Materials |

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In other words , stress at a point really defines the uniform stress distributed over

a differential area . In Fig . 9 – 11 , for example , the normal stress in an X

direction

stress ...

In other words , stress at a point really defines the uniform stress distributed over

a differential area . In Fig . 9 – 11 , for example , the normal stress in an X

direction

**acting**at the point whose coordinates are x , y , and z means the uniformstress ...

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Thus the shearing stress on the X face

, and the shearing stress on the Y face

Of course Sty = Syx , since the shearing stresses on perpendicular planes are ...

Thus the shearing stress on the X face

**acting**in the Y direction is denoted by Sxy, and the shearing stress on the Y face

**acting**in the X direction is denoted by Syr .Of course Sty = Syx , since the shearing stresses on perpendicular planes are ...

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13 – 35 , the system of coplanar forces

reduced to a single force R

couple M . The moment of this couple is equivalent to the summation of moments

...

13 – 35 , the system of coplanar forces

**acting**in - EN the plane of curvature isreduced to a single force R

**acting**at the centroid of the section , plus a bendingcouple M . The moment of this couple is equivalent to the summation of moments

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### Contents

List of Symbols and Abbreviations | xvi |

SIMPLE STRAIN | 26 |

TORSION | 60 |

Copyright | |

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