## 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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When you add the two normal stresses in any two orthogonal direction, the result

is the same. CTx + CTy = ax*x* + CTy*y* ... By maximizing the xx*y* equation

above, you can obtain the

max ...

When you add the two normal stresses in any two orthogonal direction, the result

is the same. CTx + CTy = ax*x* + CTy*y* ... By maximizing the xx*y* equation

above, you can obtain the

**maximum shear stress**xmax. 2 xm„ II ~ y +xxv (6.7) "max ...

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transformation equations is the Mohr's circle. The horizontal axis denotes normal

stresses.

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 normal

stresses.

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

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For example, the surface pointing in the positive x-direction could have the

normal stress, ctx, and two shear stresses, xxy ... transformation equations, or

preferably Mohr's circle, to compute the principal stresses and the

For example, the surface pointing in the positive x-direction could have the

normal stress, ctx, and two shear stresses, xxy ... transformation equations, or

preferably Mohr's circle, to compute the principal stresses and the

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### Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS | 1 |

AXIAL LOAD AND TORSION | 23 |

BENDING STRESS | 47 |

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