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The magnitude of the

S2 - a2. To get the magnitude and direction of the two

lying in the oblique plane it is necessary to resolve the stress components Sx, Sy,

...

The magnitude of the

**shear stress**on the oblique plane can be found from t2 =S2 - a2. To get the magnitude and direction of the two

**shear stress**componentslying in the oblique plane it is necessary to resolve the stress components Sx, Sy,

...

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or Another physical interpretation given to the von Mises' yield criterion is that it

represents the critical value of the octahedral

the

or Another physical interpretation given to the von Mises' yield criterion is that it

represents the critical value of the octahedral

**shear stress**(see Sec. 3-9). This isthe

**shear stress**on the octahedral planes which make equal angles with the ...Page 125

direction is Pcos X. Therefore, the critical resolved

P t„ = = — cos A cos X (4-13) * A/cos<j> A v ' Equation (4-13) gives the

direction is Pcos X. Therefore, the critical resolved

**shear stress**is given by PcosXP t„ = = — cos A cos X (4-13) * A/cos<j> A v ' Equation (4-13) gives the

**shear****stress**resolved on the slip plane in the slip direction. This**shear stress**is a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Stress and Strain Relationships for Elastic Behavior | 18 |

from Elastic Strains 213 Strain Energy 214 Anisotropy | 46 |

Metallurgical Fundamentals | 101 |

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