## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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01 Tmax = v angle BAC = angle ABC = 45° 2 braically ( tension positive ) the

greatest , and on another algebraically the least ,

through the point . Call the maximum principal stress 01 and the minimum

principal ...

01 Tmax = v angle BAC = angle ABC = 45° 2 braically ( tension positive ) the

greatest , and on another algebraically the least ,

**normal**stress for any planethrough the point . Call the maximum principal stress 01 and the minimum

principal ...

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Intersection with the circle at the point ( Oy , Tyr ) gives the

components of stress acting on the plane . In this illustrative example , the

stress is negative , or compressive , whereas the shear stress is positive , or ...

Intersection with the circle at the point ( Oy , Tyr ) gives the

**normal**and shearcomponents of stress acting on the plane . In this illustrative example , the

**normal**stress is negative , or compressive , whereas the shear stress is positive , or ...

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However , Omax is the greatest

component i must be zero . Similarly , consideration of the picture observed in the

direction of ox , with stress components omax , on , ? , shows the second

component ...

However , Omax is the greatest

**normal**stress for any plane . Therefore thiscomponent i must be zero . Similarly , consideration of the picture observed in the

direction of ox , with stress components omax , on , ? , shows the second

component ...

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