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between the normals to the actual planes represented by these points, or to twice

the space angulaiity between the planes so represented. The rotational sense ...

The

**angle**between the radii to selected points on Mohr's circle is twice the**angle**between the normals to the actual planes represented by these points, or to twice

the space angulaiity between the planes so represented. The rotational sense ...

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Since B and B' rotate in opposite directions,* their absolute sum is equal to their

algebraic difference. Hence the total change in the right

its normal OB, which defines the shearing strain for an element located 0° from

the ...

Since B and B' rotate in opposite directions,* their absolute sum is equal to their

algebraic difference. Hence the total change in the right

**angle**between OA andits normal OB, which defines the shearing strain for an element located 0° from

the ...

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A 100 X 100 X 10 mm

load of 190 kN applied along its centroidal axis. (a) Determine the lengths of side

fillet welds required at the heel and toe of the

A 100 X 100 X 10 mm

**angle**is to be welded to a gusset plate. The**angle**carries aload of 190 kN applied along its centroidal axis. (a) Determine the lengths of side

fillet welds required at the heel and toe of the

**angle**. The weld at the heel is to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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