## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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chapter 4 Simple shear 4 . 1 /

TENSION AND COMPRESSION The stress - strain relations for homogeneous

tension and compression represent a very limited aspect of the complete stress ...

chapter 4 Simple shear 4 . 1 /

**SHEAR STRESS**IN HOMOGENEOUS SIMPLETENSION AND COMPRESSION The stress - strain relations for homogeneous

tension and compression represent a very limited aspect of the complete stress ...

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If the

change of scale , the shear strain as computed will be tan y automatically . For

small y there is , as mentioned previously , no important difference between tan y

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If the

**shear**-**stress**vs shear - strain curves are simple T versus y curves with achange of scale , the shear strain as computed will be tan y automatically . For

small y there is , as mentioned previously , no important difference between tan y

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T max T max Fig . 11 . 2 Planes of maximum

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

greatest , and on another algebraically the least , normal stress for any plane

through the ...

T max T max Fig . 11 . 2 Planes of maximum

**shear stress**( see Fig . 11 . 1 ) . 01Tmax = v angle BAC = angle ABC = 45° 2 braically ( tension positive ) the

greatest , and on another algebraically the least , normal stress for any plane

through the ...

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