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At B, the stresses are oppositely directed, and the resultant stress is the

difference between S2 and Si. At the inside fiber C, however, the two stresses are

collinear and in the same sense; their sum produces the

section.

At B, the stresses are oppositely directed, and the resultant stress is the

difference between S2 and Si. At the inside fiber C, however, the two stresses are

collinear and in the same sense; their sum produces the

**maximum stress**in thesection.

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The

is the oldest as well as the simplest of all the theories. It is based on the

assumption that failure occurs when the maximum principal stress on an element

reaches ...

The

**Maximum Stress**Theory. The**maximum stress**theory proposed by R'ankineis the oldest as well as the simplest of all the theories. It is based on the

assumption that failure occurs when the maximum principal stress on an element

reaches ...

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This indicates that the

sufficient to define yielding. Nevertheless, this theory does give results that agree

well with test results from brittle materials. The

According to ...

This indicates that the

**maximum**tensile or compressive**stress**alone is notsufficient to define yielding. Nevertheless, this theory does give results that agree

well with test results from brittle materials. The

**Maximum**Strain Theory.According to ...

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