## Strength of Materials |

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caused by Fx (there is no eccentricity of this force). The

equilibrium under these stresses alone because T on the left face generates a ...

Small

**element**from Fig. 1-6; left face of**element**is part of line ab in Fig. l-6b. ax iscaused by Fx (there is no eccentricity of this force). The

**element**would not be inequilibrium under these stresses alone because T on the left face generates a ...

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A small

strip, and its Mohr's circle is drawn in Fig. 1-23c. The maximum shear stress is 50

psi, and it is on planes that are inclined 45° to the applied stresses (which are ...

A small

**element**at point A (Fig. 1-23b) has the same state of stress as the wholestrip, and its Mohr's circle is drawn in Fig. 1-23c. The maximum shear stress is 50

psi, and it is on planes that are inclined 45° to the applied stresses (which are ...

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The coordinate systems for strains and stresses are slightly different from one

another, but the relationship between the circle and the

the same in the two systems : A rotation through an angle 0 in the

The coordinate systems for strains and stresses are slightly different from one

another, but the relationship between the circle and the

**element**from the body isthe same in the two systems : A rotation through an angle 0 in the

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