## Strength of Materials |

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Since every point on the circle represents the stresses on some

same location in the material), it is obvious that there are stresses exceeding

those on faces 1 and 2. The largest normal stress is slightly larger than ay in this

case, ...

Since every point on the circle represents the stresses on some

**plane**(at thesame location in the material), it is obvious that there are stresses exceeding

those on faces 1 and 2. The largest normal stress is slightly larger than ay in this

case, ...

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Determine (a) the maximum normal and shear stresses and the orientations of

the

stresses on

the ...

Determine (a) the maximum normal and shear stresses and the orientations of

the

**planes**on which these stresses are acting and (b) the normal and shearstresses on

**plane**A. Solution Assume, arbitrarily, that T on face 1 is positive. Plotthe ...

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OPTIMUM ANGLE FOR

for finding the optimum angle of the seam in two joined pieces. Assume the state

of stress shown in Fig. 1-22a and a tensile strength of 900 psi and a shear ...

OPTIMUM ANGLE FOR

**PLANE**OF JOINING STRIPS The tools are available nowfor finding the optimum angle of the seam in two joined pieces. Assume the state

of stress shown in Fig. 1-22a and a tensile strength of 900 psi and a shear ...

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