## Strength of materials |

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The radius of the circle to any point on its circumference represents the axis

directed normal to the plane whose stress components are given by the

coordinates of that point. 5. The angle between the radii to selected points on

The radius of the circle to any point on its circumference represents the axis

directed normal to the plane whose stress components are given by the

coordinates of that point. 5. The angle between the radii to selected points on

**Mohr's circle**is ...Page 389

1- = 26.2 MN/mz 9-8 APPLICATIONS OF

LOADINGS The most important use of combined stresses is in the design of

members subjected to combined loadings, or the determination of safe loads.

Here Mohr's ...

1- = 26.2 MN/mz 9-8 APPLICATIONS OF

**MOHR'S CIRCLE**TO COMBINEDLOADINGS The most important use of combined stresses is in the design of

members subjected to combined loadings, or the determination of safe loads.

Here Mohr's ...

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We conclude that the normal and shearing strains can be represented by a

except that half values of shearing strain are plotted instead of shear stress.

We conclude that the normal and shearing strains can be represented by a

**Mohr's circle**for strain, constructed in the same manner as**Mohr's circle**for stressexcept that half values of shearing strain are plotted instead of shear stress.

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