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Hence the

90° apart. Similarly, from Eq. (9-8) the

shearing stress occurs are also found to be 90° apart. The

shearing ...

Hence the

**planes**on which maximum and minimum normal stresses occur are90° apart. Similarly, from Eq. (9-8) the

**planes**on which the maximum in-**plane**shearing stress occurs are also found to be 90° apart. The

**planes**of zeroshearing ...

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Determine the normal and shearing stresses on (a) the principal

are at +36.8° and +126.8° with the x axis. Show the results of parts (a) and (b) on

...

Determine the normal and shearing stresses on (a) the principal

**planes**, (b) the**planes**of maximum in-**plane**shearing stress, and (c) the**planes**whose normalsare at +36.8° and +126.8° with the x axis. Show the results of parts (a) and (b) on

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Ans. 21.8 mm to the left of web 13-9 UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING The theory of

flexure developed in Chapter 5 was restricted to loads lying in a

contained an axis of symmetry of the cross section. With this restriction, the

neutral axis ...

Ans. 21.8 mm to the left of web 13-9 UNSYMMETRICAL BENDING The theory of

flexure developed in Chapter 5 was restricted to loads lying in a

**plane**thatcontained an axis of symmetry of the cross section. With this restriction, the

neutral axis ...

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