## Mechanics of Materials Companion: Case Studies, Design, and RetrofitCase histories--Work with real world engineering problems while learning about engineering history. * Design and Retrofit--Multistep, synthesis approach to problem solving. * Suitable as a companion for any textbook--All chapters are based on general concepts. |

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max CT1-CT2 2 (6.9)

transformation equations is the

stresses. Shear stresses are plotted on the vertical axis. Here is how you'd

construct ...

max CT1-CT2 2 (6.9)

**MOHR'S CIRCLE**The graphical version of the abovetransformation equations is the

**Mohr's circle**. The horizontal axis denotes normalstresses. Shear stresses are plotted on the vertical axis. Here is how you'd

construct ...

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With its center at "O", draw the circle. Lmax 6. Compute ctj and ag. The radius of

the

maximum principle stress is located at radius R to the right of the center, and the

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With its center at "O", draw the circle. Lmax 6. Compute ctj and ag. The radius of

the

**Mohr's circle**is the magnitude of the maximum shear stress (t,^). Themaximum principle stress is located at radius R to the right of the center, and the

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How come aj and c?2 are on the same axis in the

? Recall that the angle in the transformation formulas were double angles (20)!

So if you go 0 in the element, you have to go 20 in the

How come aj and c?2 are on the same axis in the

**Mohr's circle**and not 90° apart? Recall that the angle in the transformation formulas were double angles (20)!

So if you go 0 in the element, you have to go 20 in the

**Mohr's circle**. To get the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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