## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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11.15a, if <Tx > <ry, the

the heavy arrow ax. The plane on which ai would act would be given by the

heavy vertical line. If t alone were present, aT = ay = 0, the

be ...

11.15a, if <Tx > <ry, the

**direction**of ai in the absence of t would be the**direction**ofthe heavy arrow ax. The plane on which ai would act would be given by the

heavy vertical line. If t alone were present, aT = ay = 0, the

**direction**of <ri wouldbe ...

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The force is then multiplied by the cosine (say, ljn) of the angle between its

of an. An abbreviated notation for Eq. (11.4:7) is 3 3 «r» = 2 t (11.4:8) i=iy=i An

even ...

The force is then multiplied by the cosine (say, ljn) of the angle between its

**direction**and the**direction**of N, to get the component of the force in the**direction**of an. An abbreviated notation for Eq. (11.4:7) is 3 3 «r» = 2 t (11.4:8) i=iy=i An

even ...

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14.23, the shear stresses rxy and rx, are in the

The magnitude of the shear flow depends upon both the behavior of the material

and the magnitude of the shear force, or P. However, if the material properties ...

14.23, the shear stresses rxy and rx, are in the

**directions**indicated by the arrows.The magnitude of the shear flow depends upon both the behavior of the material

and the magnitude of the shear force, or P. However, if the material properties ...

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