## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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<tl — <TJ 0-1 — 0 0, 0 — <T3 — g3 |<r3| (a) rm„ = -j- or (6) — - - or (c) — r = y The

inspection. As illustrated by the square element of Fig. 11.15a, if ox > <r„, the ...

<tl — <TJ 0-1 — 0 0, 0 — <T3 — g3 |<r3| (a) rm„ = -j- or (6) — - - or (c) — r = y The

**direction**of o\ and the plane on which it acts can be determined approximately byinspection. As illustrated by the square element of Fig. 11.15a, if ox > <r„, the ...

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Normal, or direct, strain e in any

length in that

the positive

Normal, or direct, strain e in any

**direction**is the change in length per unit oflength in that

**direction**(Fig. 1.5). Shear strain 7 is the decrease in angle betweenthe positive

**directions**of two perpendicular lines (Figs. 1.5, 4.18). Therefore the ...Page 370

14.23, the shear stresses rxy and rx, are in the

The magnitude of the shear flow depends upon both the behavior of the material

and the magnitude of the shear force, or P. However, if the material properties ...

14.23, the shear stresses rxy and rx, are in the

**directions**indicated by the arrows.The magnitude of the shear flow depends upon both the behavior of the material

and the magnitude of the shear force, or P. However, if the material properties ...

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