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9-4 VARIATION OF STRESS WITH INCLINATION OF

saw that the magnitude and type of stress depend on the inclination of an

acted on by ...

9-4 VARIATION OF STRESS WITH INCLINATION OF

**ELEMENT**In Art. 1-2 wesaw that the magnitude and type of stress depend on the inclination of an

**element**. As a review of that discussion, consider that the body in Fig. 9-9a isacted on by ...

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entation of the

magnitude; also the orientation of the

stress exists, and its magnitude. In general, it is not possible to compute directly

the ...

entation of the

**element**on which the maximum normal stress exists, and itsmagnitude; also the orientation of the

**element**on which maximum shearingstress exists, and its magnitude. In general, it is not possible to compute directly

the ...

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In a triaxial stress state, the z face of an

stress <x2 as well as to shearing stresses t„ and rzy . These shearing stresses

then induce the numerically equal shearing stresses rxz and ryz that act,

respectively, ...

In a triaxial stress state, the z face of an

**element**may be subject to the normalstress <x2 as well as to shearing stresses t„ and rzy . These shearing stresses

then induce the numerically equal shearing stresses rxz and ryz that act,

respectively, ...

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