## Strength of materials |

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Each

and is given a special name, as follows: Pxx Axial force. This

measures the pulling (or pushing) action perpendicular to the section. A pull

represents a ...

Each

**component**reflects a different effect of the applied loads on the memberand is given a special name, as follows: Pxx Axial force. This

**component**measures the pulling (or pushing) action perpendicular to the section. A pull

represents a ...

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As different planes are passed through the selected point in a stressed body, the

normal and shearing stress

coordinates of points whose position shifts around the circumference of Mohr's ...

As different planes are passed through the selected point in a stressed body, the

normal and shearing stress

**components**on these planes are represented by thecoordinates of points whose position shifts around the circumference of Mohr's ...

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The strain

Txj, = -626 X 10"6. If E = 30 X 106 psi and v = 0.30, find the stress

the face whose normal is at 45° from the x axis. Ans, a = -2800 psi; t = -6930 psi ...

The strain

**components**at a given point are tx = —533 X 10(6, ty = 67 X 10"6, andTxj, = -626 X 10"6. If E = 30 X 106 psi and v = 0.30, find the stress

**components**onthe face whose normal is at 45° from the x axis. Ans, a = -2800 psi; t = -6930 psi ...

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