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Thus, the roots 6s and 6P are 45° apart, and as a result the

an element that defines the

Thus, the roots 6s and 6P are 45° apart, and as a result the

**planes**for**maximum****shear**stress can be determined by orienting an element 45° from the position ofan element that defines the

**planes**of principal stress. Using either one of the ...Page 466

Determine (a) the principal stresses and (b) the

and average normal stress on the element. Specify the orientation of the element

in each case. 60MPa 30 MPa 45MPa Prob. 9-12 9-13. The state of stress at a ...

Determine (a) the principal stresses and (b) the

**maximum in-plane shear**stressand average normal stress on the element. Specify the orientation of the element

in each case. 60MPa 30 MPa 45MPa Prob. 9-12 9-13. The state of stress at a ...

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Plane Strain. Like the case of plane stress, the above analysis has an important

implication when the material is ... Note that it is larger than the

...

Plane Strain. Like the case of plane stress, the above analysis has an important

implication when the material is ... Note that it is larger than the

**maximum in-****plane shear**strain, which is \ /Vv /max ^max ^int* On the other hand, if one of the...

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Strain | 67 |

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