## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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A. When the extreme fiber stress (the

moments 1. M? 2. MyY about the coordinate axes. B. When the beam is

essentially fully plastic (a0 everywhere except the immediate vicinity of the

neutral axis) ...

A. When the extreme fiber stress (the

**maximum**stress) just reaches a0, find themoments 1. M? 2. MyY about the coordinate axes. B. When the beam is

essentially fully plastic (a0 everywhere except the immediate vicinity of the

neutral axis) ...

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11.2 Planes of

angle ABC = 45° braically (tension positive) the greatest, and on another

algebraically the least, normal stress for any plane through the point. Call the

11.2 Planes of

**maximum**shear stress (see Fig. 11.1). r„, = "i "% angle BAG =angle ABC = 45° braically (tension positive) the greatest, and on another

algebraically the least, normal stress for any plane through the point. Call the

**maximum**...Page 375

B. Compute the algebraic

Indicate where each acts on a sketch of the frame. C. If you solved Prob. 1.1

previously, evaluate the answer you gave then. 14.36 Parts of Prob. 14.35 as

assigned ...

B. Compute the algebraic

**maximum**of ax and the numeric**maximum**at A- A.Indicate where each acts on a sketch of the frame. C. If you solved Prob. 1.1

previously, evaluate the answer you gave then. 14.36 Parts of Prob. 14.35 as

assigned ...

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