## Strength of Materials |

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Sketch a reasonable distribution of residual stresses on a cross-sectional area to

show the state of stresses after all ... can get the following stresses and strains

simultaneously at a given point in a material : (a)

...

Sketch a reasonable distribution of residual stresses on a cross-sectional area to

show the state of stresses after all ... can get the following stresses and strains

simultaneously at a given point in a material : (a)

**tensile stress**and tensile strain;...

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Model for triaxial

critical region anyway) has a high

part.

Model for triaxial

**stresses**caused by uniaxial loading. Thus, C (which is thecritical region anyway) has a high

**tensile**a,**stress**and also**tensile**ax and az**stresses**. The latter are not so high as the originally imposed**stress**a, in the samepart.

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Example 14-1.

\^j,j) The normal

compressive) 38,400 (

are ...

Example 14-1.

**stress**at both A and B is 200 ff.xm = -T = 7^5 = 800 Psi (**tensile**) A.\^j,j) The normal

**stress**at A caused by bending is Me 800(0.25) — 4 =38,400 (compressive) 38,400 (

**tensile**) while at point 5 it is The total**stresses**at A and Bare ...

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