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Once the transformation equations are established, we will then be able to obtain

the maximum normal and shear stress components at a point and find the

orientation of an element on which they act.

Once the transformation equations are established, we will then be able to obtain

the maximum normal and shear stress components at a point and find the

orientation of an element on which they act.

**Plane**-**stress**transformation will be ...Page 490

If we had used the three-dimensional

theory of elasticity to obtain values of the normal and shear

acting on any arbitrary skewed

that ...

If we had used the three-dimensional

**stress**-transformation equations of thetheory of elasticity to obtain values of the normal and shear

**stress**componentsacting on any arbitrary skewed

**plane**at the point, Fig. 9-226, it could be shownthat ...

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R. C. Hibbeler. > Normal strain er la)

strain in the x-y plane since e . * 0 (a) Plane strain, f t , fv , does not cause

(b) ...

R. C. Hibbeler. > Normal strain er la)

**Plane stress**, a x , does not cause planestrain in the x-y plane since e . * 0 (a) Plane strain, f t , fv , does not cause

**plane****stress**in the x-y plane since a. * 0 (b) Fig. 10-2 Fig. 10-1 2 "T i -"-' Normal strain e„(b) ...

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