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Since (area 3) = cos 0, T« = aB (cos 0)(sin 0) (1-2) a, = aK (cos- 0) (1-3) These

are the required stresses, and they agree with the quantities shown in Fig. 1-2

and ... The

135°.

Since (area 3) = cos 0, T« = aB (cos 0)(sin 0) (1-2) a, = aK (cos- 0) (1-3) These

are the required stresses, and they agree with the quantities shown in Fig. 1-2

and ... The

**shear stress**is**maximum**(Tm.x = ffmm/2) on two planes, 0 = 45° or135°.

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shear stresses. They can be generated not only by applying shearing forces to a

member (which is fairly obvious) but also by uniaxial loading, as in Fig. 1-1 . This

is ...

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**MAXIMUM SHEAR STRESS**There is something intriguing aboutshear stresses. They can be generated not only by applying shearing forces to a

member (which is fairly obvious) but also by uniaxial loading, as in Fig. 1-1 . This

is ...

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What are the

the

2a,. a, = 5a,. Show on a sketch a plane on which this shear stress is acting. 1-51.

What are the

**maximum shear stresses**in the three elements? 1-50. Determinethe

**maximum shear stress**in a material where the principal stresses are au a2 =2a,. a, = 5a,. Show on a sketch a plane on which this shear stress is acting. 1-51.

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